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The KTM 125 EXC 2013 was especially developed for the young riders who want to learn the secrets of riding in the E1 Class. One of the main advantages offered by this model is the fact that is very easy to handle and offers a very good riding position. It’s also lightweight and requires low maintenance costs which makes it the perfect choice for any beginner.

The 2013 model is also packed with its own individual suspension setting that was carefully tuned to cope perfectly with the bike’s weight and engine. Up front the ride is kept in check by a modern fully adjustable 48 mm open-cartridge fork developed by WP Suspension while at the rear you will find a capable PDS shock absorber built by the same company. The rear shock works with a direct linkage to the upper side of the swingarm.

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The 2013 KTM EXC is ready to rumble. Te motorcycle has all the benefits of its smaller 240 cc brother, but it offers more power which makes it stronger and more fun to ride over the harsh terrain.

The motorcycle is equipped with KTM’s revolutionary DDS clutch which is light and smooth and delivers first class performances at any time. The 1-cylinder, 2-stroke, water-cooled, engine has a displacement of 293 cc and puts out a maximum power of 58.1 hp @ 7842 rpm and 43 lb.ft of torque @ 6842 rpm.

One of the most important new features offered for the 2013 model is the individual suspension.

Out back an advanced PDS shock absorber works with a direct linkage to the upper side of the swingarm delivering a proper ride quality. Needless to say, the bike also comes with standard setting options for rebound damping and high- and low-speed compression damping.

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The main upgrade made for the 2013 version of the KTM 250 SX-F is its engine which comes with a completely new design, without kickstarter, in a new case, manufactured in a die-casting process. All these tweaks were made to keep the weight to as low as possible.

The engine wasn’t the only part that received attention from KTM’s engineers, as the body has also received a few modifications. Most of upgrades were made o improve the overall ergonomics and the company says that the “function of the plastics have been designed in such a way that the whole chassis and engine package forms a perfect harmony with the rider down to the very last detail.”

Among the design modifications made for the 2013 model you’ll find a restyled fuel tank and spoiler and a fresh airbox cover and front fender.

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The 2013 KTM 350 EXC-F features a svelte and agile stance which makes you feel in complete control of the motorcycle. You also get a comfortable saddle and an ergonomically designed handlebar which are working together to offer the perfect riding position. The 2013 model also comes with newly styled graphics which give the bike a new look.

The 2013 350 EXC-F is built on a modern frame made from high-quality chrome-molybdenum steel which is light yet strong.

In the center of the frame sits a single-cylinder, 4-stroke, spark-ignition, liquid-cooled engine with a displacement of 349.7 cc. It’s worthy of being said that the dimensions and weight of the KTM 350cc engine are virtually the same as the 250 unit. The engine is combined with an advanced EMS (Engine Management System) from Keihin. What’s even interesting is the fact that the motorcycle is available with the optional map-select switch, which helps you choose your own settings for the engine by selecting from a variety of different characteristics.

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If you’re looking for a capable dual purpose motorcycle, then you should take a closer at the 2012 Suzuki DR 200 S. The motorcycle features a fairly versatile character, being able to cope with a wide range of applications. With its perfect mix of agility and crisp handling, the Suzuki DR200SE is able to reward its rider with a thrilling ride every time he starts the engine.

As a tried and true dirt bike that possesses impressive qualities in it of itself, the 2012 Suzuki DR 200 S boasts of new features, including a seat height that’s now under 32" and an overall weight of just 278 lbs.

Power comes from a strong 199 cc, 4-stroke, air-cooled, OHC engine which cranks out enough power to keep your adrenaline level high. The stopping power is assured by front and rear disc brakes.

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The Suzuki TF125 won’t impress you with its dull appearance. However what makes this motorcycle interesting lies under its skin. The TF125 has been designed specifically to meet the need of a run-about bike that can work in a variety of working conditions.

The bike is powered by a strong 123cc, piston-reed-valve 2-stroke, air-cooled engine which combines an abundant use of torque to go with excellent fuel economy. The cylinder and crank injection system (CCIS) make sure the bike has necessary engine lubrication while a 6-speed transmission with proper gear ratios was also added, ensuring smooth riding on any surface.

Among the features offered by the 2012 TF125 you’ll find a special protector, extended fenders on both the right-and-left sidestands, a big luggage carrier and wide tread block pattern tires that’s ready for rough road riding. Not to mention about the extended front and rear mud flaps which protect rider and motorcycle from mud and dirt.


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Are you searching for a tough, retro-styled supermotard? Then you should take a closer look at the Suzuki DR124SM.

The 2012 Suzuki DR125SM is fitted with many modern features which help it deliver first class performance in terms of power and agility.

As far as design goes, the 2012 Suzuki DR124SM features an agile stance which is enhanced by the high placed front fender, the sleek seat and the sporty fairing.

The main attraction however is the capable 125 cc, 4-stroke, liquid-cooled, DOHC engine that offers a decent level of power and is pretty economical too. The engine is combined with the Idling Speed Control (ISC) system which adjusts intake air-flow volume to constantly maintain proper idling rpm, and also performs cold-starting fast-idling.

The stopping power is assured by front 250mm and rear 220mm-disc brakes, each paired with a Nissin caliper.

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The Suzuki TS185ER has a lot to love. Though it’s most appreciated features are the versatile design and the powerful engine.

The old-school look of the 2012 Suzuki TS185ER is enhanced by the large headlight cover and the chrome-plated exhaust pipe protector. The design was also carefully penned to make the rider feel as comfortable as possible and you’ll especially like the saddle, serrated foot pegs and slip-free brake pedals.

Beside its versatile design, the 2012 Suzuki TS185ER is also equipped with a capable 183cm, air-cooled, power-read-valve 2-stroke engine that brings a load of features to the rider, including great power, quick response, and a rich and usable torque.

Other mechanical highlights of the 2012 Suzuki TS185ER include a maintenance-free electronics ignition system that brings precise ignition on all rpm range and a five-speed transmission with proper gear ratios chosen for smooth riding.

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The Sertao badge represents a proof of sportiness and agility and the G650S proves this statement once more. The Sertao weighs 426-lbs which is 4.0-lbs more than the standard G650GS, but this doesn’t affect the motorcycle’s agility. Therefore the BMW G650GS Sertao continues to be a true master of both off road and on road riding.

The motorcycle is packed with a 652 cc engine which generates a maximum output of 48 hp at 6500 rpm and a peak torque of 44 lb/ft at 5000 rpm. Fuel consumption is rated at 74 mpg at a constant 55 mph.

As far as styling goes, the G 650 GS Sertao received a unique Aura white/Arroy blue paintjob which helps it stand out from the crowd.

The G 650 GS Sertao chassis was developed primarily for country roads and light offroad use, thereby it features longer spring travels and tighter tuning. Additionally the Sertao is also fitted with wire spoke wheels.

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The 2012 BMW F 650 GS is offered with a new engine. The new unit is developed by BMW and Rotax and all it has in common with the old unit are only the five-speed gearbox, the crankshaft and the anti-vibration shaft. Everything else on the engine is new.

The new unit features four-valves, DOHC, liquid-cooling as well as an electronic fuel injection system developed by Bosch and BMW. As far as power figures go, the new engine develops a maximum output of 50 hp at 6,500 rpm and 43.4 ft-lbs of torque at 5000 rpm (6 kg/m @ 5000).

The 2012 BMW F 650 GS keeps the same frame as its predecessor namely a twin-spar frame with a re-enforcing frontal tube made of iron alloy. On the other hand, the wheelbase is 1 mm shorter than the previous one, measuring 1479mm (58.2 in).

The ride is kept in check by front 43mm Showa forks featuring 170mm of travel and a rear monoshock with 165mm of travel. The 2012 650 GS is equipped with the same tires as the last year’s model which measure 100/90 x 19 up front and 130/80 x 17 out back.


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