High Voltage Racing

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High voltage racing
Legal form Ltd
Foundation 2017
Seat Weisendorf, Germany
Management Nina Deitermann
Industry Motorcycle manufacturer

High Voltage Racing GmbH (HVR) is a German children’s motorcycle manufacturer. The company was founded in Weisendorf near Nuremberg in 2017.[1]

HVR develops and builds children’s motorcycles with electric drive for use in motocross and enduro racing.

Kindermotorrad der High Voltage Racing GmbH Modell 50.4

HVR Model 50.4 Model Year 2019

Currently, models for children from about 3 to about 13 years are produced.

The HVR motorcycles should be suitable for beginners as well as for very fast young riders due to the adjustability of the drive power as well as the speed.

The peak power is up to 8 kW (approx. 11 PS) the maximum speed is up to 70 km/h.

In September 2020, the model range was significantly expanded with two new models.[2]


  1. Kids Motocross – Motorcycles from Germany.Retrieved November 7, 2020 (German).
  2. Marko Barthel:HVR new models and new features that make it hard for thieves.In:– Magazin. 4 September 2020, retrieved 7 November 2020 (German).