PlyFly Flatpack Wooden Go-Kart

Nov 4, 2015

Category: Rides

We’re guessing you’ve probably put together enough flatpack furniture to last you a lifetime. No thrills left there. But what if we told you a flatpack go-kart could land on your doorstep? The PlyFly Go-Kart is just such a thing.

This wooden (19 mm-thick Baltic Birch plywood), gasoline-powered vehicle can be built in less than a day with common tools, and it features rack and pinion steering, an adjustable seat, a smartphone mount, foam-filled tires, a disc brake system, and a safety flag for better visibility. Choose from a 2.5 horsepower and 4 horsepower model, which go as fast as 17 mph and 25 mph respectively. The larger engine runs for about 2.5 hours on a single tank of gas, while the smaller lasts for an hour before needing a fill up. The 2.5 hp model is going for $745, with the 4 hp model costs $845. Check out the video below. [Purchase]

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