OSET ELECTRIC BIKES: Due to serious manufacturing delays from the global COVID 19 crisis OSET stock has been extremely limited.

Currently OSET is telling us mid 2021 before new stock will be available, sorry.

New 2021 TRS 20 inch ONE-E Kids will be available Feb 2021 (First shipment now SOLD OUT)

Second shipment due March selling fast. Orders being taken now.

New 2021 TRS 16 inch ONE-E Kids are due mid 2021!


Trials has become the World Leader in the design and manufacture of kid's electric motorcycles. Trials is the perfect discipline for an electric powered bike.

The Hell Team stock a range of OSET and TRS bikes that cater for riders from 2-15 years and beyond!

These Kid's electric bikes are proven in competitions, taking multiple National level victories against petrol powered machines.

Electric bikes are now recognised globally as the best learner bikes for children. Kids can learn in the back yard after school every day! They are virtually silent.

 We believe these offer not only a great learning tool for kids, but really the future of Trials - opening up more places to ride, and more opportunities for a greener future and new horizons for Trials in general.

We have bikes that start for kids as young as two to three years old, and cover a full spectrum of choices right up to full size competition bikes that hold their own under the toughest of conditions. A fantastic alternative if you have close neighbours or are worried about noise.

The bikes can be fitted with an optional seats (which we keep in stock), but we encourage kids to learn standing up to improve balance and control.

There are now 6 models available from OSET, and now the new ONE-E KIDS from TRS.  These start with the OSET 12.5 model, aimed at children two to four years old and progress through to the 24.0R, which is a fun bike, aimed at teenagers, adults and all play riders offering maximum entertainment value.

NEW: Now optional seats available for all sizes (please check out the link HERE). Though we do encourage parents to teach there kid's without - promoting better balance and a stronger skill set for future development.