Since 2000, British designed and produced Rage buggies have set the standards for build quality and engineering, combining advanced technology with the raw power and exhilarating handling of a buggy. Built to your exact specification whether that be performance, looks or needs.
Some of the best names in the world of motorsport have experienced and loved Rage Motorsport buggies. The rugged range has excelled in competition, including the British Rallycross Championship, rally raid events in Kenya and Portugal, the legendary Dakar Rally, and is also used in motorsport’s ‘Race of Champions’. That same technology is ready for you to experience on or off- road, with single and two
seat models ranging from 20 to 200hp. This can be enhanced further with the use of Nitrous Injection, Turbo or Supercharging.
The flagship Rage Comet, as it’s name suggests, can accelerate from 0-60mph in about 3.5 seconds and go on to reach speeds in excess of 120mph. It is powered by Kawasaki’s awesome ZX1400 bike engine and has to be experienced to be believed.
With a durable space frame chassis and weighing just 495kg, the Comet is fitted with a Brembo braking system, six-speed sequential gearbox,forward / reverse ATB differential (from market leaders Quaife), an FIA- approved five-point harness, 58-litre fuel tank and a radiator system tested in the heat of the infamous Dakar Rally. All of this adds up to an unforgettable quality motorsport experience.
All vehicles in the range are equally at home on tarmac, as they are off road and from their motocross set-up, can be converted for circuit use using the optional Supermoto kit, in less than an hour. Transforming the buggy into a serious track day contender, “How many vehicles can boast this credential?”
A street-legal version is also available, the Comet ‘R’, adding practicality to the sensational package. Each model in the world-class range is tested to FIA safety standards. Various power output options are available, with the automatic Hurricane and Hurricane ‘R’ producing 140hp.
What better way to enjoy the great outdoors?