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Can you put training wheels on a razor 350 dirt bike

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No unless you get them custom made

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kdmouse81, The simple, literal answer is yes, because you can put training wheels on anything. But you probably want to know if they are readily available. No, they aren't. This is a bad, dangerous idea. For his own safety, he should learn how to balance a manual bike before he tries to ride a powered bike. If he has a disability that prevents him from riding a manual bike, I suggest helping him to ride this razor (or a manual bike) by holding it upright for him and trotting along with him. When he can balance well enough, turn on the power.

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