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Since its inception, the Honda CRF450R has been constantly upgraded and the MY2015 makes no exception. The new version gets a fresh Engine Mode Select button which will help you select from the three available riding modes (Standard, Smooth, and Aggressive) with a push of a button.

Power comes from a 449 cc, liquid - cooled, single - cylinder, four-stroke engine which is mated on a revised five speed transmission.

In its off road adventures the 2015 Honda CRF450R is helped by the innovative KYB Air Fork which features new high-speed/low-speed compression and rebound damping.

Other improvements include the new exhaust port header design and compact dual exhaust as well as the new head design o the engine. Not to mention about the revised piston, new rear shock and the fresh 260mm front brake.

Hit the jump for more information on the 2015 Honda CRF-450R.

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The Suzuki DR650S mixes practicality with comfort and agility, being able to conquer difficult terrains but to also be a great bike for the street.

Its dual-sport character is backed up by a versatile suspension system comprised of inverted cartridge front forks and a link-type rear suspension with piggyback-style shock absorber and adjustable compression damping. Moreover, you also get a lightweight, compact, rigid semi-double cradle frame which further enhances the bike’s agility both on and off road.

As far as power is concerned, the Suzuki DR540S is equipped with a 644 cc, 4 - stroke, air - cooled, single cylinder, OHC engine which is mated on a 5 speed constant mesh transmission.

The Suzuki DR650 can be yours for no less than $6,499.

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Compact and light, yet agile and fast, the Yamaha YZ 85 promises to reward its rider with first class off road performances each time he wants to have some fun on two wheels.

Especially developed for young riders, the Yamaha YZ85 is propelled by a high performance, 2-stroke engine which is easy to maintain and is mated on a constant-Mesh 6-Speed transmission with multiplate wet clutch.

For 2015, the motorcycle receives a new style for the front fender, front number plate, radiator shroud and side number plates. The triple clamps and handlebars get a new color, while the air intake efficiency as well as intake/exhaust port timing have been revised.

For enhanced comfort it was added a convenient clutch lever reach adjuster and a new seat cover.

The Yamaha YZ85 can be yours for no less than $4,090.

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Despite its compact dimensions, the Honda CRF150R can deal effortless even with the most difficult terrains.

The motorcycle is built around a 149 cc, liquid-cooled single-cylinder, four stroke engine which is mated on a close ratio five speed transmission.

The CRF150R is available in two versions namely the base model and the CRF150R Expert, featuring bigger wheels, a higher seat and a longer swingarm.

The ride quality is kept under control by an adjustable 37mm leading-axle inverted Showa cartridge fork which features specially tuned valving for small bumps and a friction-reducing design to improve compression and rebound control.

The stopping power is handled by a front single 220mm disc and a rear single 190 mm disc brake. The motorcycle’s wheels are wrapped in 70/100-17 Dunlop MX51 front and 90/100-14 rear tires.

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With its agile chassis, lively engine and superior ergonomics, the Husqvarna TC125 has all it needs to reward its rider with first class off road performances.

Despite its compact dimensions, the motorcycle features a pretty sporty pedigree, being fitted with strong Brembo brakes, grippy tires and long travel suspensions. Talking about the suspension system, it includes a WP cartridge 4CS fork and a high performance Husqvarna DCC (Dual Compression Control) rear shock from WP.

The Husqvarna TC 125 is propelled by a compact 125 cc, 2 stroke engine which features a new ignition curve for MY15. It is also worthy of being mentioned that the engine comes with a sophisticated power valve and new generation reed blocks with Boyesen reeds.

The unit is housed by a central tube frame made of chrome molybdenum steel tubing.

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The Husqvarna TC250 was built with adventure in mind and features a comprehensive list of features that were especially developed to give it superior ride and handling abilities on difficult terrains.

At the heart of the Husqvarna TC 250 sits a potent 249 cc, 1 cylinder, 2 stroke, water cooled engine with reed intake and exhaust control. The engine needs to deal with a dry weight of 97.4 Kg and is linked to a five speeds, claw shifted transmission.

Other notable features include the standard handlebar map switch, polyamide rear subframe, hydraulic clutch and Brembo brakes.

As far as ergonomics are concerned, the Husqvarna TC 250 features a modern body work that is tightly wrapped around the engine and frame helping you keep the control of the bike in any situation.

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The Yamaha WR250R sets itself from the heard thanks to its superior ride and handling abilities, light weight and comfy riding position.

In its off road adventures, the Yamaha WR250R is helped by a potent 250 cc, liquid-cooled, DOHC 4-Stroke; 4 Valves engine which is mated on a constant mesh six speed transmission with multiplate wet clutch. In terms of efficiency the engine returns a fuel consumption of 71 Mpg.

The ride quality is assured by a front fully adjustable inverted fork (10.6-in of travel) and a rear fully adjustable single shock (10.6-In of travel).

On the other hand, the bike’s speed is kept under control by a modern braking system which comprises front 250 mm hydraulic single-disc brakes and rear 230 mm hydraulic single-disc brakes.

The bike can be yours for no less than $6690.

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The Kawasaki KLX 110L is a compact dirt bike aimed at the young and passionate riders. Weighting only 168 lb., the motorcycle is propelled by a lively four stroke, SOHC, two valve, single engine with a displacement of 112 cc. The engine is brought to life by a push button electric starter, but there is also available a kick starter. You also get a smooth-shifting four-speed gearbox which is more than capable to keep the engine’s power under control.

The Kawasaki KLX 10 L rides on 14-inch front and 12-inch rear knobby tires which are mounted on strong steel rims.

The bike’s backbone is represented by a high-tensile steel frame. Other notable features include four strategically placed heat shields, a 28.7-inch seat height, a KX450F-style fuel tank and a convenient side stand.

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The Kawasaki KLX 140 is the perfect proof that small displacement bikes have all they need to go head to head with harsh terrains without baking down.

Easy to handle and light, the Kawasaki KLX 140 will reward its owner with a fun ride each time he jumps on its saddle.

At the heart of the Kawasaki KLX 140 sits a 144cc, four-stroke, SOHC, two-calve single engine which is mated on a five speed transmission with wet multi-disc manual clutch. The unit is brought to life by an electric starter.

Other notable features include a 30.7 inch seat height, a high-tensile steel perimeter frame and wide footpegs.

The front wheel is kept in check by a 33mm telescopic fork featuring optimally-tuned spring rate and damping settings. At the rear there is a Uni-Trak linkage-equipped rear shock featuring 5-way preload adjustability.

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The Kawasaki KLX 110 is a compact dirt bike designed for children and beginners. Its light weight, lively engine and comfy riding position help you maneuver it without too much fuss, while its grippy tires (2.50x14 front and 3.00x12 rear) can get you out of trouble in any situation.

In terms of power, the Kawasaki KLX 110 is fitted with an 125 cc, four-stroke, SOHC, two-valve single engine which is mated on a sleek shifting four speed transmission with automatic centrifugal clutch.

For enhanced versatility the seat height can be adjusted and for easy starting you get a push-button electric start, but there is also a traditional kick start lever for backup.

Like any respectable dirt bike, the Kawasaki KLX110 needed a set of capable suspensions. Therefore it comes with a single shock with 4.3 inches and a beefy, 30mm telescopic fork offering 4.3 inches of wheel travel.

Hit the jump for more information on the Kawasaki KLX 110.

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