Goped Bigfoot

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The Goped Bigfoot was the first air tire scooter released by Goped. It featured a spindle drive similar to the hard tire scooters that preceded it.

Technical SpecificationsEdit

  • Motor: K-Z G23LH, 1.2 HP
  • Oil Mixture Ratio: 40:1
  • Battery: None
  • Fuel Type: Gas & 2-stroke oil mixture
  • Top Speed: 20 mph
  • Range: 1-1.5 Hrs
  • Clutch: Adjustable clutch enables the Go-Ped to idle when not moving, making it pushable
  • Transmission: Handlebar Clutch
  • Brakes: Front disk brake and rear peddle brake
  • Tires: 10" "PR1MO DUROTRAP" all terrain pneumatic tires
  • Handlebars: Welded T-bar
  • Forks: Single-sided steel
  • Suspension: No suspension - "flex frame" absorbs bumps
  • Folding: Goped slide folding
  • Deck: Wood
  • Frame: Lightweight and extremely strong single side frame and fork
  • Frame Protection: none
  • Dry Weight: 27 lbs.
  • Available colors: California Camo Green, Black, Yellow

Bigfoot and Super Bigfoot Edit

A special edition of the Bigfoot was released with first the G230, and later, the G260RC engine. This was marketed as the Super Bigfoot. For the very beginning of the run, it had a single-sided front fork. Improvements over the standard Bigfoot include MX style bent handlebars, larger gas tank, dual steel forks, Goped Maddog caliper brake, and an engine lock-down. In 2007, Goped re-introduced this model in kit form, where the user needed to build the scooter, and also separately purchase an engine.

Controls Edit

Brakes Edit

The brakes are operated by a standard brake lever on the handlebars.

Throttle Edit

The throttle is operated by a smaller, spring-loaded lever on the handlebars.

Adjustments Edit

The Bigfoot has an adjustable carb and you can adjust the clutch to give you better performence!


You'll never have to replaceEdit

The frame. Goped frames, especially Bigfoot frames, are known for their strength and usually outlast the rest of the scooter.

You should immediately replaceEdit

The front fork. The front single-sided fork can be replaced with a version of the C.I.D.L.I. front end kit for a much more comfortable ride.

References Edit
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