Pedal-Powered Jeep Revolution BFR-3 Go-Kart Is Designed For The Off-Road


Yes, it looks like a go-kart for kids. And, well, it is one. Unless your kid is old enough to handle driving through muddy grounds, rocky trails, and other perilous terrain, however, you probably wouldn’t want them anywhere near the Jeep Revolution BFR-3.

An erstwhile normal-looking go-kart, this recreational ride is beefed up with some serious off-road prowess, making it suitable for riding in areas normally reserved for ATVs and side-by-sides. It’s not motorized, by the way, so your kids can’t quite go 25 mph on treacherous terrain, instead relying on a good old pedal drivetrain to keep the thing moving along.


To ensure it performs capably on the off-road, the Jeep Revolution BFR-3 comes with a swing axle to help keep it stable, beefy off-road tires, and dual ball bearings to make maneuvering out of tight spots much easier than usual. It comes with three gears to let kids squeeze out as much power as they need out of each pedal movement, with a unique design that allows you to pedal the darn thing in reverse for quickly backing out of tight situations. They also throw in a front spoiler and rear mud guards as stock.


Want something even more capable? Not a problem, as available options include a roll bar, a front linkage, a spot steering wheel, front mud guards, a decorative farm exhaust, and a rear lifting unit, among others.

Available now, pricing for the Jeep Revolution BFR-3 starts at $1,000.

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