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There have been rumors circulating for a few years and now the BBR Production 12" bike is now ready for Pre-Order! This is going to be an awesome bike, and its going to be complete quality down to every bolt.

AHP is taking pre-orders now and offering a discount on the BBR MM12 Production bike! Pre-order deposits can be anywhere from $500-$1000 so get in line because the first run of bikes will be a qty of 100 total.

Price - $3995.00

Roller only - $2995.00 Tentative price

Down payment for hold on bike - $500 starting down payment


Mini-Moto 12” Production Race Bike

The perfect balance of quality, performance, affordability and pride of ownership.

Basic Q&A’s

(1.) Is the BBR Production Bike made in China?

No, this is not a Chinese manufactured bike. We are using manufacturing partners from a number of different countries that we have carefully chosen to insure quality control. For instance, we are having the aluminum frame and swingarm pieces forged in Taiwan to BBR spec’s by a reputable manufacturer we have worked with for over 5 years. The shock is also from Taiwan, designed at BBR using our own exclusive valving, spring rates, and leverage points. Other forged or billet aluminum components such as the Brake Pedal, Shift Lever, Footpeg Mounts, Kickstarter, etc..are also manufactured in Taiwan. Wheels are assembled in China, but we are retaining only the very best quality in the components such as 7075 Aluminum Rims, Stainless Steel Spokes and Nipples, and 6061 straight-pull Billet Hubs. Plastic is from Polisport in Italy, and Forks are from Marzocchi of Italy. The 150ccE motor is from Daytona International, and the carb is from Keihin Racing Japan. Combined with some final components manufactured right here at BBR USA, BBR will assemble each bike in our Auburn, Washington shop to insure quality control.

(2.) How much will the BBR Production Bike cost?

The price will start at $3,999.95 + shipping, ready to race. Upgrades will be available for those who would like to personalize their bike. Upgrades will include:

a. BBR U-Flow Filter Kit

b. BBR Stainless Steel Deflection Rotors

c. Billet Aluminum Red Exhaust Tip

d. Multiple color choices of Plastic Kits

e. Alternative Spring Rates

f. Alternative Cam Grinds

g. Alternative Gearing Choices

h. Alternative Graphics Kits

i. CancelCore Quiet Core Insert

In addition, all other BBR USA components will interchange, including the hand-crafted BBR USA V3 Perimeter Frame Kit if desired.

Since these bikes will be assembled at BBR’s Auburn, Washington facility, we will be able to offer a wide range of custom components to meet every need.

(3.) What is the difference between the $3,999 BBR Production Bike and a full-blown $10,000+ BBR USA Factory Race Bike?

Every inch of our $10,000+ BBR USA Factory Race Bikes is custom-built to race team rider or customer spec’s here in our Auburn, Washington shop. Every component on our Aluminum Frames, Swingarms and Subframes are machined from billet blocks of 6061 aluminum, bent, chopped, welded and heat-treated here at BBR. The engines alone in our Factory Team bikes often exceed $5,000. Aluminum rims are made in Italy, and even the Shock is billet machined from aluminum (by Elka). Fork tubes are DLC or Ti-Nitride coated, and Exhaust Systems are made from a custon-spec’d .0049 thin-wall stainless steel. These hand-crafted Custom BBR Frames Kits and Race Bikes cater to the customer who wants the very best hand-built machine money can buy.

The BBR MM12P Production bike is based on the same BBR engineering and technology, but uses mass production efficiencies in order to keep the cost at a reasonable level. Frame, Swingarm and Subframe components use aluminum forging technology in large quantities. These forgings require up-front tooling, but allow the cost of the individual components to be far less than carving them out of billet blocks of aluminum. Low-cost manufacturing methods like this are used on the BBR Production Bikes wherever possible. The overseas manufacturing is organized to supply all components to our BBR USA shop for assembly, so labor costs for manufacturing is also kept at a minimum. However, we feel that it is critical to continue to have each bike completely assembled here at BBR.

(4.) What is the difference between the $3,999 BBR Production Bike and the less expensive $2,500 Import Bikes on the market?

Quality, from top to bottom. This translates into performance, durability, and pride of ownership. The BBR Production bike is NOT just an assembly of parts. It is a BBR race-proven combination of components that all work together as a unit. Geometry and ergonomics are identical to our BBR Factory Team Bikes. The MM12P uses industry standard nuts, bolts and bolt-patterns, and is fully upgradable to all BBR USA components. Every component is designed, engineered and tested by BBR USA. Though many of the components are manufactured overseas, they are all manufactured from the original BBR engineering drawings.

In addition, BBR will offer a complete service and parts program to make sure customers are taken care of.

(5.) When will the BBR Production Bike be available?

Production has begun, and we are taking pre-orders now for delivery Summer 2009.

Please note that the BBR MM12P Production Bike will be a Limited Edition model. Only 100 complete bikes will be offered as an early release for 2009. Sales will be on a first-come, first serve basis. Due to the Limited Edition nature of this bike, a Deposit will be required. Please call BBR for specific details. 2010 production numbers will be determined at a later date.

Additional Information:

We will continue to offer our BBR USA hand-fabricated Frames and Components for those customers who demand the very best equipment money can buy.

The BBR MM12P Production Bike is designed for those customers who do not want to spend $10,000 on a hand-fabricated BBR USA Race Bike, but who are also unwilling to waste their money on a disposable knock-off bike. The BBR Production Bike offers the perfect balance of quality, performance, affordability, and pride of ownership.

We look forward to working with you,

BBR Motorsports

• Frame: BBR MP2™ Forged Aluminum Perimeter Frame. 6061 forged headtube, sidespars, and shock tower. 6061 extruded spar tubes. 2 position adjustable ride height (forward shock hole lowers seat height by ¾”). Same dimensions as used by BBR’s factory race team bikes.

• Subframe: BBR 6061 Forged Aluminum

• Swingarm: BBR Forged SuperComp.™ 6061 forged aluminum swingarm with optional leverage blocks (red - soft, blue - medium, black -stiff). Blue block comes standard.

• Engine: Daytona 150cc air-cooled four-stroke SOHC. Manual clutch 4-speed (N-1-2-3-4). User selectable ignition advance curve.

• Carb: Japanese Keihin PE28

• Pipe: BBR D2 production exhaust system. Stainless steel construction with stepped header.

• Shifter: BBR forged aluminum shifter.

• Shock: BBR SuperShock.™ Designed by BBR Motorsports and manufactured exclusively for BBR by DNM Taiwan. Forged and CNC machined body. Adjustable compression damping (12 clicks) and rebound damping (20 clicks). 8 inches of rear wheel travel. 1100 lbs. spring standard. Optional springs: 975 lbs. and 1200 lbs.

• Fork: Marzocchi 35mm USD, 8 inches of travel, adjustable compression (10 clicks), adjustable rebound (10 clicks). Standard with .45 kg springs (stiffer .50 kg. available as option, softer .42 kg also available)

• Triple clamps: BBR works wrap clamps. 4 position adjustable handlebar mounts. Includes 1” removable risers for adjustable bar height.

• Handlebars: BBR oversized (1 1/8”) 7075 aluminum race team bars with BBR grips.

• Clutch Lever: Genuine, made in USA, Works Connection clutch lever and perch.

• Plastic: Exclusive BBR race team plastic using standard KLX110 mounting points.

• Gas Tank: BBR, made in USA, gas tank with BBR billet gas cap.

• Wheels: Aluminum 7075 rims with straight pull stainless steel spokes and nipples. Billet Aluminum BBR race team hubs.

• Brake rotors: Stainless Steel Rotors.

• Brakes: BBR race team single piston full floating calipers with billet caliper mounts.

• Tires: Innova intermediate terrain. 60/100 x 14” front. 80/100 x 12” rear.

• Brake Pedal: Forged 6061 with roller bearing pivot, with 3 position adjustable tip.

• Kickstarter: BBR Forged 7075 aluminum kickstarter.

• Foot Pegs: BBR race team, oversized.

• Seat: BBR tall seat (KLX110 mounting points).

• Hardware: Industry standard 8mm, 10mm, 12mm, (Hex Heads).

Options *

• U-Flow Air Filter and Performance Manifold Kit $199.95

• Super lightweight BBR Deflection™ rotors $79.95 ea.

• Red Anodized D2 exhaust Tip $32.95

• Cancel Core muffler insert (91 decibels) $89.95

• Kickstand $59.95

• Shock spring 975 lbs (soft) $89.95

• Shock spring 1200 lbs (firm) $89.95

• Fork springs .42 (soft) $79.95

• Fork springs .50 (firm) $79.95

• Leverage block, Black (firm) $55.95

• Leverage block, Red (soft) $55.95

• Works Connection Elite Clutch lever assembly $139.95

• Works Connection front master cylinder cover $27.95

• Works Connection rear master cylinder cover $24.95

• Works Connection rotating lever clamp for front brake $27.95

• Works Connection EZ Holeshot $109.95

• Front sprockets 12T or 14T (13T standard) $16.95

• Rear sprockets 42T or 44T (43T standard) $39.95

• Replacement air filter only $19.95

* Pricing on options is for item only. Installation, if desired, is extra.


Engine Type 150cc Daytona air-cooled single cylinder four-stroke

Displacement 149.78 cm3

Bore and Stroke 57.0 x 58.7 mm

Compression Ratio 12.5:1

Valve Train SOHC 2V; 28mm intake, 23.5mm exhaust

Carburetion Keihin PE28 (28mm)

Ignition AC-CDI with user selectable advance curve

Starter Kick

Recommended Oil Motul 5100 10W-40


Transmission Four speed (N-1-2-3-4), multiplate wet clutch

1st 1st 2.615

2nd 1.706

3rd 1.182

4th 0.916

Final Drive #420 chain; 13T/43T


Frame 6061 T6 Heat Treated, Forged, Perimeter, Cradle Mount, Removable Subframe

Swingarm 6061 T6 Heat Treated, Forged, Adjustable Shock Leverage Block

Front Suspension Marzocchi 35mm USD, 8 inches of travel, adjustable compression (10 clicks), adjustable rebound (10 clicks)

Rear Suspension BBR Billet Super Shock, 8 inches of travel, adjustable compression (12 clicks), adjustable rebound (20 clicks)

Front Brake 200mm hydraulic disc

Rear Brake 155mm hydraulic disc

Front Tire 60/100 x 14

Rear Tire 80/100 x 12


Wheelbase 46.5"

Rake 26°

Trail 2.17"

Seat Height 31"

Ground Clearance 11"

Fuel Capacity 1 gallon

Curb Weight 138 lbs.


Available Colors - Black

Model ID - MM12P

Answers to some popular questions about the Daytona 150 that comes in the BBR bike.

Is there bore and or head kits available?

There is a “race” cam that shows close to 1 hp on their dyno. It will be around $99.95 retail.

Also a DOHC top-end kit. No dyno numbers yet but they are pretty excited about it. This will be around $1900-2100 retail. My guess is a 3-4 hp gain. Hard to say.

Is the stud spacing the same as a Honda or wider like a Chinese engine?

I through a set of calipers up on the motors here and this is what I got:

First Measurement (cylinder studs, RH to LH, center-to-center) Honda 50 = top-48mm, lower-51mm (LH hole is out more), KLX110 = 58mm, Daytona 150 = 51mm

Second Measurement (cylinder studs, top to bottom, center-to-center) Honda 50 = 48mm, KLX110 = top-58mm, LH-71mm (bottom hole is lower), Daytona 150 = 51mm

I’ve rounded to the nearest mm to try and keep it simple. Hope that helps out.

What is the cylinder height (not including skirt)?

76mm. measuring from the outside of an assembled motor. Should be pretty close.

Contact - [email protected] or 610-417-2533

Deposits may be made by paypal, money order, or credit card.

Direct link to product in AHP store - Ahp Minis

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Discussion Starter · #3 ·
Ok I have just verified with BBR for those wondering that a ROLLER of this bike will be available with a tentative retail of $2999.00, our price will be a bit lower than this.

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357 Racing said:
I would be very easy to lace 12/10 wheels to it tho. And the wheelbase should be in-spec.

No it wont make the 45" minimoto 10" wheel base rules
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