New Cyberquad For Kids Available From Radio Flyer

Ross Ballot
by Ross Ballot

Radio Flyer—yes, that Radio Flyer of the iconic Little Red Wagon—has announced that a new and improved version of its Cyberquad For Kids that is on sale and available for purchase effective immediately. This new 915 model follows the success of the 914 while building on the formula with a careful hand turned towards lessening the frequency of the little vehicle injuring riders.

The Cyberquad For Kids is a little electric ATV for children ages 9 to 12 years old. Its styling is inspired by Tesla’s questionable Cybertruck, and it has LED light bars for front and rear lighting. Radio Flyer proudly touts that it meets all Consumer Product Safety Commission requirements and ASTM F963 Toy Safety Standards. Improvements over the first iteration include a new steel tube rear spring with rubber-coated metal inserts that help secure the rear and main frame together. The warning label has been revised (it now states “the product is not for off-road use and is not a youth ATV,” so we have to wonder exactly why this product exists) and a tire inflation warning label has been added. The Model 915 Cyberquad For Kids features a 500-watt motor which propels it to an impossible top speed of 10 MPH. We say impossible because a comparable entry-level youth ATV with a 50cc-class engine usually runs double the top speed.

The Model 915 Cyberquad For Kids is on sale now for $1,900. It’s available exclusively through the Tesla Shop and will likely be sold out long before the first Cybertruck delivery is even remotely close to customer hands.

Ross Ballot
Ross Ballot

Ross hosts The Off the Road Again Podcast. He has been in the off-road world since he was a kid riding in the back of his dad’s YJ Wrangler. He works in marketing by day and in his free time contributes to Hooniverse, AutoGuide, and, and in the past has contributed to UTV Driver, ATV Rider, and Everyday Driver. Ross drives a 2018 Lexus GX460 that is an ongoing build project featured on multiple websites and the podcast and spends his free time working on and riding ATVs.

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