Entering our 7th season of /DRIVE on NBC Sports, and with millions of YouTube and Facebook followers, The Drive is a leading authority of all things automotive. The Drive and its partners may earn a commission if you purchase a product through one of our links.Read more. Pit bikes are not exclusive to kids. They may not have the engine size and frame of your typical full-size motorcycle, but riding pit bikes are a ton of fun. Since they’re lightweight and easy to maneuver, you don’t need to be a seasoned rider to enjoy the thrill. Are you looking to get a new pit bike? Check out our top three picks in the buying guide below. The Apollo DB-X18 125cc dirt bike has a four-stroke single barrel 125cc engine with an estimated maximum speed of 55 mph. This pit bike weighs 280 pounds, and the seat height is about 36.5 inches. The chain-driven motors can deliver a torque of about 7,500 rmp. This Apollo pit bike has adjustable riser handlebars with front and rear hydraulic disc brakes. This makes it easier to handle on rough roads, even for beginners. It has a heavy-duty steel frame, which makes it resilient. It is possible to change the air filter, making the bike usable in very dusty te...