You'll feel like you're flying with the 12V Nighthawk ride-on. With maximum speeds of 6 miles per hour and a unique steering technique, this battery-operated riding toy offers a thrilling ride for kids.
The ride-on is low to the ground, and that's because kids can do drifts and spins on the Nighthawk. Whenever they want to turn, spin, or drift, they just lean to the desired direction until the support wheel on that side touches the ground. Side handlebars keep hands protected while also offering control.
There's an accelerator foot pedal and a brake pedal so kids can easily change up their speed as they drive. And a red safety flag in the back makes it easy for parents to spot their rider.
For kids who have the need for speed, this cool ride-on puts them in control of their own thrilling ride. The lean-to-turn technique makes it easy to do drifting and spinning stunts, but it's also just fun to ride around.
The 12V Nighthawk is for ages 6 and up with a 110-pound weight limit. Kids who like riding toys will enjoy riding around on this.
It takes eight to 12 hours to get a full charge of the Nighthawk's rechargeable 12V battery. You get about 70 to 90 minutes of continuous ride time from a full charge, but that will vary depending on how you use the Nighthawk.
It's recommended that a child always wear a helmet when riding the Nighthawk.
1 12-volt battery required
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