Kayo Introduces 2022 Pit Bikes

Kayo USA has announced the introduction of their 2022 Pit Bike line – from their smallest KMB60 beginner bike to the TT140, and everything in between.

This is an exciting chapter for Kayo USA. As a manufacturer, Kayo has been designing and producing pit bikes since 2002. Now the company is bringing them to market under the Kayo brand. All Kayo pit bikes come with a 30-day parts-only warranty.

KMB 60

For the new rider, Kayo offers the KMB 60 with a seat height of just 22 inches. The KMB 60 is fully automatic and has an electric starter so the rider can start developing riding skills right away.

TS 90

Next up is the TS 90. A semi-automatic 4-speed transmission with electric and kick start, a 24.6-inch seat height, and weighing just 123 pounds make this bike suitable for a wide range of riders.

TD 125

For something a little more aggressive, the TD 125 has inverted forks, large disc brakes with a semi-automatic 4-speed transmission, so riders don’t need to worry about clutching. Comes with 14 and 12 inch wheels and a seat height of 29.5 inches and weighs just 143 pounds. Also features electric start and kick start.

TT 125

Ease out the clutch on this 4-speed manual and hang on. Inverted forks and a beefy rear shock have riders covered. Large brakes handle the stopping. The TT 125 comes with full size 17 and 14-inch wheels, a 33.6-inch seat height, and weighs just 161 pounds. Electric and kick start is included.

TT 140

Kayo’s biggest, most powerful model is the TT 140. A 4-speed manual will have riders ready for the gate drop, and large disc brakes stop on a dime and give .09 cents change. Inverted forks and a gnarly rear shock soak up the terrain with ease. Comes with 17- and 14-inch wheels, a seat height of 33.6 inches, and weighs just 161 pounds, with electric and kick start.

Source: Kayo USA

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