Regency Atv Mini Commander 110cc A powerful 110cc engine with chain drive powers the ATV 110 up to 30 mph.
Smaller frame than the standard 110 cc ATV on the market. Parents will like the adjustable throttle safety speed control which allows you to govern the speed to as low as 7 mph. Further safety features includes a child friendly foot-brake and a remote control engine on/off switch that allows you to shut the unit off by remote control.
The Regency Mini Commander110cc ATV incorporates an easy to use an electric starter, an Engine stop switch for safety, Rear-Hydraulic Disc Brake, Parking Brake and Thumb Throttle With the Mini Commander 110cc ATV a bouncy, un-comfortable ride is a thing of the past. Thick, foam padded seat and plush suspension provide excellent handling while making a more comfortable ride for those longer trails.
The Regency 110 ATV has a rugged four-stroke 6/7hp engine which is known for their easy maintenance, great power band and no mixing gas and oil, leaving more time for riding. The Regency 110 ATV is a great kids ATV for an aspiring beginner. This model 110cc four-wheeler is the perfect design for beginning riders. The low seat height and wide wheelbase offer maximum stability for safer riding.
A fully automatic CVT transmission lets kids focus on the trail without having to deal with a clutch. A rugged front and rear suspension with coil-over shocks, front drum, and rear hydraulic assist disc brakes and a well-designed body makes handling a breeze for kids. Electric start makes this model easy to use. A powerful 110cc engine with chain drive powers the ATV 110 up to 30 mph.
Parents will like the standard throttle safety speed control which allows you to govern the speed to as low as 7 mph. Further safety features include a child-friendly foot-brake and a remote control engine on/off switch that allows you to shut the unit off by remote control. The ATV 110 is trail ready with a fully welded heavy gauge steel frame to stand up to the toughest terrain. Hard-wearing ABS plastic body comes in several great color options. The Regency-110 Gas ATV features include 4 stroke 110cc engine, full-size wheels, hydraulic disc brake, and an oversized seat.
Kartquest is proud to announce our new FULLY ASSEMBLED - READY TO RIDE OPTION!
Let the pro's assemble your new ATV, it will arrive to your door built right, run tested and ready to ride.
The only thing you do is
1. Hook up the battery,
2. Put gas in it and go riding!Ready to Ride Option Includes
1. Check Starter Switch
2. Check Kill Switch
3. Check all lights including Head Lights, Low & High Beams, Rear Tail Lights and Brake Lights
4. Check Rear Safety Wrist Strap Kill Switch *Not on all Models
5. Mount Tires & Wheels and Check Tire Pressure
6. Check (Engine Oil, Transmission Oil, Brake System Fluid,)
7. Adjust Carburetor for proper idle and run speed
8. Check Transmission, Chain Drive, Brakes and Electrical Connections
9. Check Battery and Check the Charging System
10. Check all Remote Control Features including Engine Kill and Alarm
11. Once completed we Custom Package and Ship your ATV Ready to Ride!
12. Just choose the Fully Assembled Option at Checkout Or You Can Choose the Assemble Yourself Option (FREE).
Some Assembly and Adjustments are Required:
Always use Lock Tight when assembling your ATV.
IF THERE ARE ANY QUESTIONS ABOUT THE CORRECT SIZE ATV FOR YOUR YOUNG RIDER WE RECOMMEND YOU CALL OUR SALES TEAM FOR ADVICE. CHILDREN YOUNGER THAN 16 YEARS OLD SHOULD NEVER RIDE ADULT ATV. MOST RIDERS UNDER THE AGE OF 16 LACK THE SKILLS NEEDED TO MANEUVER THE FASTER, MORE POWERFUL ADULT ATVS. RIDERS UNDER THE AGE OF 16 SHOULD RIDE CPSC RATED AGE-APPROPRIATE YOUTH MODEL ATVS WITH A SPEED LIMITER.
Stay Off of Paved Roads
ATVs are designed to be driven on off-road terrain and are difficult to control on paved roads where they are at risk of overturning or colliding with cars and trucks. In some states, it is illegal to ride ATVs on paved roads. Check the state or local laws and regulations where you plan to ride. CPSC is deeply concerned that some states and local governments are changing their laws and ordinances to allow ATVs to be used on paved roads. CPSC, the ATV industry, and consumer advocates are united in our belief that riding an ATV on a paved road can result in tragedy. Never Allow Children Younger Than 16 on Adult ATVs More than 90 percent of ATV-related injuries involving children can be attributed to a lack of developmental skills needed to maneuver the faster, more powerful adult ATVs.
Children younger than 16 should be on one of the age-appropriate youth models, which are required to travel at lower speeds than adult ATVs and to have an adjustable speed limiter. All ATVs should be equipped with a label that indicates the manufacturer’s recommended age for that particular model. Children younger than 6 years of age should never be on any ATV -- either as a driver or passenger. Don’t Allow More People on the Vehicle Than It Was Designed to Carry A single-rider ATV should only have one person on it -- the driver. ATVs are designed for interactive riding. The driver must be able to shift his or her weight freely in all directions. Passengers can inhibit the driver’s ability to safely control the ATV and it could roll over or crash.
Most ATVs sold today are single-rider ATVs, which are not equipped with handholds or footrests for passengers. Always Wear a Helmet and Other Protective Gear CPSC and the ATV Safety Institute recommend U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) and/or the Snell Memorial Foundation (Snell) certified helmets. Riders should also wear goggles, gloves, long pants and a long-sleeved shirt, and over-the-ankle boots. Get Hands-On Training CPSC recommends that all ATV drivers -- adults and children -- take a hands-on ATV safety course from a qualified instructor. Many deaths and injuries occur when an inexperienced driver loses control of an ATV, is thrown from an ATV, overturns the vehicle, or collides with a fixed object or a motor vehicle.
Hands-on training can give experienced and first-time riders the skills to handle multiple riding situations that can happen in off-road conditions. Courses are offered by the ATV Safety Institute. Riders can also check with the National 4-H Council, local ATV rider groups, state agencies and some ATV manufacturers.
|Model||Mini Commander 110|
|Engine||single cylinder, 4 stroke, air-cooled|
|Bore x stroke||52.4 x 49.5mm|
|Max speed||25 mph|
|Fuel capacity||.63 gal|
|Brakes (Front/Rear)||Drum / Hydraulic disc|
|Tires (Front/Rear)||143/70-6 / 145/70-6|
|Suspension (Front/Rear)||13.4 / 14.2 inches|
|Max load||165 lbs|
|Net Weight||165.3 lbs|
|Gross Weight||194 lbs|
|Dimensions (LxWxH)||47.2x29.3x30.9 inches|
|ShippingDimensions (LxWxH)||44.8x27.5x23.2 inches|
|Seat Height||22.8 inches|
|MinGround clearance||3.1 inches|
|*NOTE||Models with reverse include left side hand-operated gear selector.|