The Yakuza - Mini Drifter - Matt Black
The Yakuza - Mini Drifter - Matt Black
The Yakuza - Mini Drifter - Matt Black

The Yakuza - Mini Drifter - Matt Black

Regular price $3,950.00
Tax included.

Built on a smaller Drifter Frame for shorter legs  

The mini-drifter 250-Watt is the smaller version of the Drifter 26 inch for those not ready for the bigger frame, perfect for shorter legs and those who prefer to be closer to the ground.

24x3 inch Whitewall tyres shown in pictures are not available, as we have upgraded to 24x4 inch Black tyres.


We offer the free delivery* on all bike purchases to all major cities and most major areas on the eastern coast.

*The follow areas are not included for free delivery:

  • York QLD
  • Western Australia
  • Alice Springs
  • Northern Territory
  • South Australia
  • Tasmania

For full details on shipping, delivery and returns please visit our Shipping, Pickup and Returns page.

    The Yakuza Mini Drifter Spec Sheet

    Motor Options





      Dapu control freak 15ah

      LED Display

      Dapu Shelby 6 speed display with USB charger


      Approx. 50km per charge

      Charging Time

      Approx. 2/3hours


       25km/h when restricted


      EN15194 safety/compliance


      5 years on frame, 1 year on electrical components


      Approx. 30kg inclusive


      Vallkree 24 inch alloy bulldozer Size S


      Vallkree 1920's double springer Eltoro exclusive


      6 speed motor assist with 8 speed Shimano Acera


      HD-E500 Tektro hydraulic disc brake front and rear

      Wheels / Tyres 75 mm double spoke wheels with 24x4inch all terrain tyres
      Handle Bar Vallkree cow horn alloy exclusive
      Seat / Grips Handcrafted custom Australian leather 
      Light, etc. Front and rear lights, bell and 2 x fender included
      Length Axle to Axle 124cm
      Total Length 192cm
      Saddle Height Lowest 79cm, Highest 97cm
      *Noted N/A

      Australian owned company.

      Designed in Byron Bay

      Founded in 2013 all our bikes are conceptualised and designed in Byron Bay Australia with Japanese engineering.