Rebound Superbike

RC motorcycle vehicle from Tyco

Rebound SuperbikeRC Rebound Superbikes are radio controlled motorcycles that have excellent driving and bouncing action. Awesome performance crammed into a precision-size R/C. All terrain all the time, and the capability of driving over mud, dirt, grass, and pavement. Realistic leaning action and super balance recovery as the toy rights itself.

The history of all-terrain motorcycles, commonly known as dirt bikes, traces back to the early 20th century when riders began modifying standard motorcycles for off-road use. These early versions were not specifically designed for challenging terrains but were adapted by enthusiasts who saw the potential for more versatile use. The 1960s and 1970s were transformative decades for all-terrain motorcycles, thanks to brands like Husqvarna, Yamaha, and Honda, which began designing bikes optimized for off-road conditions. These motorcycles were lighter, had greater suspension travel, and offered more robust frames. The introduction of bikes like the Yamaha DT-1 and the Honda CR250M Elsinore in the late '60s and early '70s marked a watershed moment, providing riders with machines that were purpose-built for off-road agility and durability. These bikes opened the doors to the organized sport of motocross and later led to the development of specialized subcategories like enduro and trial bikes. Over the years, all-terrain motorcycles have benefitted from advancements in technology, including improved suspension systems, lighter and stronger materials, and more powerful engines, making them more versatile than ever. Today, these motorcycles are used for various activities, from recreational trail riding to professional racing, reflecting their enduring appeal and adaptability.