Danish produced offroad gocarts for active boys and girls of all ages. Also gocart motors, engines and other parts.
It was quite calm in the pit, and there were no problems repairing the minor damage which occurred during the race, offroad gocart. The only repairs were replacements of some connecting rods, and there was no need for all the tools which had been brought, offroad gocart. All BOCARTS were the standard type. The only difference between an ordinary BOCART and those taking part in the race was that they ran on gas. There were a few worries in the pit in the morning because the carburettors were freezing in the cold weather, so a quick decision was taken, and all BOCARTS were converted to petrol over a two-hour period
Two BOCARTS rolled over during the 12 hours of the race. One accident occurred at a bend, where one BOCART slipped out and was rammed from the side, overturning it. The other accident also occurred at a bend, where one speeding BOCART hit a pothole and bounced. Unfortunately the BOCART turned around and landed sideways, so that it rolled over. It looked highly dramatic, but the race continued after it was righted again.
The mood was fantastic right from the morning. People were arriving as early as 8.00 a.m. to examine the track and try it out. The temperature was around freezing, but the sun shone from a cloudless sky, so a better setting could hardly have been desired. People gathered around the finishing area around 8.45 a.m. and everybody was given their final instructions. There were six teams with six drivers per team, with drivers rotating after a minimum of 24 laps and 12 refuellings. Each time a team made a pitstop, a card was presented for either a change of driver or a refuelling, so planning of the day was important for all participating teams. At 9.00 a.m. the race was started by the BBC TV weather girl, and the first laps were rather crowded until all BOCARTS had spread out around the track.
The BOCART is a cross-country go-cart for active boys and girls of all ages, offroad gocart.
The BOCART is made by BOCART A/S.
The BOCART is made in Denmark. This means that you are assured of spare parts if an accident should happen.
BOCART stocks all parts - your assurance of fast supply.
Address: BOCART A/S
Phone (+45) 7577 3777
BOCART makes a range of motorised go-carts and we also sell go-carts with pedals.
Spare parts and various accessories are stocked for all products. Accessories are under the menu item "Miscellaneous". Please send us an e-mail or a fax, or ring us, if you have any questions about our products, prices etc.
The four models shown are basic models and can be made to order. Other options can be specified, and there are various suspensions, transmissions, motors etc. Contact us by e-mail, fax or phone for more details.
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The following applies to all Bocarts:
The top speed can be adjusted right down to 15-20 km/hr, so even the smallest children can be accommodated.
Original ball bearings are used in all control parts.
Frames are shot blasted with steel balls before treatment with Relisan (a plastic coating which gives a very strong surface).
The seat is adjustable forward and backward to suit age/leg length (from 5 years up).
Bocart guarantees fast delivery of spare parts.
Apart from our own motor Bocarts and pedal go-carts, we also sell a range of other products. Please contact BOCART to order.
They weld and fit and assemble and tinker around, but the radio music drowns the sounds of the work which appear when go-carts are being made - or Bocarts, as the 40-year-old Bo Sørensen calls his company, which he has run for 10 years. But we have to go back 20 years to begin at the beginning
As an 18-year-old apprentice mechanic, Bo was in Belgium, where he tried a go-cart on a track. Even then, Bo was inclined to step hard on the accelerator and tame the horse power.