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Crazy Cart Xl

When Razor released their compact go-kart-like creation called the Crazy Cart, the world went nuts with its ability to perform astonishing drifts and turns. But the company quickly started getting complains from adults that the original Crazy Cart was to small for them, and also the kids complaining their dads kept steeling their little drift machine. In response Razor have developed the Crazy Cart XL that can hold riders up to 240 pounds and with a higher top speed (17 mph, up from 11), giving dads the ultimate drifting machine of their own. Just take our money already. watch the cool video

Learn more from Razor, or purchase now from Amazon
Available in Europe here




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