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Evel Knievel Toys Price Guide

The latest values of Evel Knievel Stunt Cycles and other vintage toy prices from top collectors. Below is a guide to help you determine the your Evel Knievel Stunt Cycle Value. We have mostly included “factory sealed” conditions as a gauge to determine what each toy is worth. Values decline if the set is missing accessories and packaging. Original box’s always increase the value of Evel Knievel toys as well as most other collectables. We recomend buying the Evel Knievel collectors guide book for more in depth references.

1973 Evel Knievel – Stunt Cycle
Complete with box and components

1st issue Stunt Cycle Set 

Factory sealed —-$700-$1000
Excellent ———-$400-500
Good ————–$200-300

1973 Evel Knievel Scramble Van- Play Set

Factory sealed —-$400-$500
Excellent ———-$300
Good ————–$100

Evel Knievel AMF bicycle
Like New ———- $1200

Excellent ———-$1000
Good ————–$500

1974 Evel Knievel Colorforms Adventure Set

Factory sealed —-$100
Excellent ———-$85
Good ————–$59

1974 Evel Knievel Canyon Sky Cycle

Factory sealed —-$100

Complete/boxed gd condition $300

1975 Evel Knievel Trail Bike Set (Large Box)

Factory sealed Boxed—-$1000-$2000

1976 Evel Knievel Trail Bike Set (Small Box)

Factory sealed Boxed—-$200-$300

1975 Evel Knievel Formula 1 Dragster
Factory sealed —-$400


1976 Evel Knievel Super Jet Cycle set

Factory sealed —-$450

1974 Evel Knievel Stunt Game-board Game

Factory sealed —-$ 200
Excellent ———-$125


Western Flyer Evel Knievel edition Tricycle

Excellent ———-$ 600

1975 Evel Knievel Escape From Skull Canyon Set

Factory sealed —-$500

Evel Knievel Canyon Rig Play Set

Factory sealed —-$2000

1977 Evel Knievel Sidewinder Super Cycle

Value—-$ 3000-$5000

1975 Evel Knievel Road and Trail Adventure Set

Sealed Value —-$900

1977 Evel Knievel CB VAN set

Factory sealed —-$ 900-$1200
Good with box ———-$ 500-$700

1976 Ideal RRRRAW POWER Bicycle grip


Rarest Evel Knievel ToysWant to know what the rarest and most collectable Evel Knievel toys are? Check out our top list of hard to find daredevil stunt toys!

1.Evel Knievel Silver High Jumper Cycle


In 1977 the Ideal toy company released the Silver High Jumper Cycle. A production run of only 1700 were shipped initially in the United States and then worldwide. The main features of the Super Cycle was the amount of chrome that covered the bike, including the seat. This rare Knievel toy was not as well accepted by kids at the time, partially due to the drop off of popularity in the late seventies. Although it was not the biggest selling toy in the catalog it has made the Silver High Jumper Cycle quite the collectable item amongst toy collectors.

The only standout feature of this stunt set was a red high jump ramp. A complete boxed sets have been sold between $1000 and $3400.

Evel Knievel Trail Bike (Large Box Variation)


The Trail Bike was issued in 1975 (box copyright 1976).

The large box version is one of the rarest EK toys to find. It contained the Trail Bike, Figure, Energizer, Instructions, decals and yellow cones.These first issue sets are extremely rare because very few were produced. Sealed Trail Bike sets (large box) are almost never seen and have been sold for as much as $2000.

Evel Knievel Sidewinder Supercycle


The Evel Knievel Sidewinder was originally released in 1977 for distribution in Germany and the UK only. This was once considered the rarest of Evel toys however some have surfaced on Ebay in the past year so we bumped it down a notch.

The limited model featured a motorcycle sidecar which was detachable from Super Cycle just a like it’s real life clone. Only one thousand Sidewinder sets were ever and this makes it extremely rare and nearly impossible to find a set in mint/boxed condition, prices have been seen to range from $1500-$5000 US. 

Evel Knievel Fast Tracker Wheelie Car

Evel Knievel Fast tracker

Another toy the was introduced in 1975 was the Fast Tracker. It was made in limited numbers and too never achieved the sucess of the EK Stunt cycles as it featured a car and not a motorcyle. None the less, the wheelie car found a home on top of collectors shelves and continues to be a rare gem in the Evel Knievel collection. The Fast Tracker is not the most expensive collectable but it is very rare. More Fast TrackerEvel Knievel Canyon Rig Set 

canyon Rig

The Canyon Rig play set was released in 1975 . This set is very rare to loose parts for and and finding a complete set is very difficult. Read more

Road andTrail Adventure Set

road and trail set

 The road and trail adventure set was shipped in 1975 an initially issued as an exclusive for the Child World chain. The set was to compete with the growing popularity of the Adventure People figures that were produced by Fisher Price. The Adventure People also had a series of toys with names like the Daredevil Sports Van, Dare-Devil Sport Plane and Motorcycle Race team. The competing set ideas were arguably inspired from ideal’s EK sets. The Knievel Road and Trail Adventure Set contained a very rare Trail-bike and a one of a kind figure that was never replicated in the line. It also contained a vintage style pick up truck. Prices range between $1000 mint/complete and $200 without the box. Very Rare! 

5. Evel Knievel Stratocycle

In 1977 Warner Brothers release the action film, “Viva Knievel” starring Evel Knievel (as himself), Gene Kelly, and Lauren Hutton. The original film footage used was from Knievel’s legendery crash at Wembley Stadium in May of 1975. Naturally Ideal produced a toy to commemorate the film. The action set was release with a Strator Cycle just like the one he rode in the movie. Both the toy and the movie were a flop at the time but are now cult classics. Good condition boxed sets complete range from $400-$800.

6. First Issue Evel Knievel Stunt Cycle


The original Ideal Toy was first stocked on the shelves of toy stores in 1973 with their first edition Evel Knievel, “King of the Stuntmen”, Stunt Cycle. Many different variations of the set was released between 1973 and 1977. The first small production run is considered the “holy grail” of Stunt Cycles. Check out our complete Stunt Cycle Guide to learn about how to determine the various models.