The Zebra mini bike was manufactured by Jan Ho Industries from 1968 to around 1972 closely copying the Taco mini bike. Check the spares at OMB Warehouse. The Zebra mini bike did not have an extended run for many years and hence OEM replacement parts are hard to come by. OMB Warehouse stocks a few spares that are good for these mini bikes and can be easily used in any restoration project. The Zebra mini bike had several models on the road. One of the more sophisticated versions was the Zebra 500 that featured removable handlebars, front and rear suspension with chromed spring shocks, and large wheels. This mini bike model had Briggs and Stratton 3 HP engine, 23 inches seat, length 47 inches, and fuel capacity of ¾ gallon. It had welded steel double loop frame, automatic clutch, full cover chain guard, motorcycle type controls, and tuck and roll foam rubber saddle. Among the Zebra mini bike spares in our stocks are the snap ring wheel bearing 5/8 in x 1-3/8 in, the same specification sealed flanged bearing, brake lever 7/8 in outer dimension handlebars, ¾ in black grips, and 7/8 in chrome brake lever. The Zebra mini bike is now a prized collector’s item.