Off and racing: Mega Motorcycle Centre

Great Kiwi motorcycle racers such as Andrew Stroud, Aaron Slight and Denis Charlett can trace their careers back to racing child-friendly bikes around tracks designed to give them their first taste of two-wheeled competition.

This first taste is now open to a whole new generation of would-be champion riders thanks to the Mega Motorcycle Centre and its Kayo 150 Mini GP bikes.

Built to comply with a new racing class created by Motorcycling New Zealand, the Kayo 150 will enable young riders aged between seven and 13 to race around New Zealand’s greatest circuits.

Each Level 1 Kayo 150 Mini GP bike is powered by a single cylinder 150cc four stroke engine in a small custom built frame with 12-inch wheels.

They are essentially a scaled down version of what the riders use in top flight MotoGP competition. There is also a back catalogue of additional parts and spares which can be acquired if your son or daughter decides they want to emulate Valentino Rossi in the future.

For more information on the Kayo 150 Mini GP bikes and more, visit or check out the Kayo Mini GP Bikes on Facebook.

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