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The Can-Am Maverick X Xc DPS is fitted with a special package that includes Tri-Mode Dynamic Power Steering (DPS), Visco-Lok QE auto-locking front differential and 12 inch Breadlock wheels wrapped in Maxxis Bighorn tires.

The side x side has a dry weight of 1,297 Lb (588 Kg) and at its heart lies a 976 cc, 101 hp Rotax 1000R V-Twin, liquid cooled single overhead cam engine that features four valves per cylinder. The unit is paired with a CVT transmission and is fueled by a 10 gallons fuel tank.

To be able to deal great with the tough terrains, the vehicle features a pretty high ground clearance that measures 13 In. (33 Cm).

As far as prices are concerned, the Can-Am Maverick X Xc DPS can be yours for no less than $ 18,299.

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Agile, fast and tough, the 2014 Beta EVO 4T 300 is a capable trial motorcycle aimed at the most demanding riders.

The 2014 Beta EVO 4T 300 is built on an aluminum Hydro-Formed frame which provides less flex for better handling and houses a larger fuel tank with a capacity of 75 US Gallons).

For improving the motorcycle’s stability at both low and high speeds, Beta’s engineers have placed the 297cc, single cylinder, 4-stroke, 4-valve, liquid-cooled unit very low into the frame. The engine needs to deal with a dry weight of 156.5 Lbs. and is mated to a five speed transmission.

Other features worthy of being mentioned include all new footpegs built with Micro-fusion technology, a tank cover, a new electric system and a relocated fuel valve.

The 2014 Beta EVO 4T 300 comes with a starting price of $7,999.

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The race ready 2014 Beta 2T Racing 250 follows on the footsteps of its siblings and offers a sporty package for the adrenaline-hungry riders.

Among the special features offered by the Beta RR 2T Racing 250 you’ll find black anodized footpegs, chain tensioners in red alloy, a handlebar protector, double mapping CDI, a quick release pin for the front wheel axle and racing decals, inmoulded on the radiator covers.

For enhanced performances you also get a new cylinder with special cylinder head (300 2T ONLY). Talking about performances the Beta RR 2T Racing 250 is powered by a 249cc, single cylinder, 2-stroke, liquid cooled engine with BPV Power Valve System and electric start with back up kick starter.

As far as prices are concerned, the 2014 Beta RR 2T Racing 250 can be yours for $8,699.

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Beta offers the sporty Beta RR 4T Racing 450 in a limited edition for 2014. This performance oriented version of the 450 model can be yours for $9,899 and is equipped with a range of unique features which help it deliver better off road performances than the standard version.

Among them you’ll find closed cartridge 48 mm Marzocchi front forks, black anodized footpegs, chain tensioners in red alloy, Ddouble mapping CDI, a quick release pin for front wheel axle, racing decals and a new cylinder with special cylinder head (300 2T ONLY).

The motorcycle is built around a 449cc, single cylinder, 4-valve, 4-stroke, liquid cooled engine which is brought to life by an electric starter. The engine’s power is transferred to the rear wheel by means of a six speed transmission with wet multi-disc clutch.

You also get a pair of rugged wheels which measure 21” up front and 18” at the rear.

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Meet the 2014 version of the Beta EVO 4T 250. The new motorcycle comes with a fresh style, featuring a black and white paint job combined with red details.

Designed and built in Italy, the Beta EVO 4T 250 was created with agility in mind. Therefore it comes with a modern technical pedigree which helps it deal great with anything you ask of it.

The motorcycle’s backbone is represented by a new aluminum frame which houses a 249.6cc single cylinder, 4-stroke, 4-valve, liquid-cooled engine. The unit breaths through a Mikuni CV carburetor and is mated to a five speed transmission with wet-multidisc clutch.

It is also worthy of being mentioned that the motorcycle weighs only 156.5 Lbs. (dry) and if fueled by a 75 US Gallons fuel tank.

The motorcycle is offered with a base price of $7,999.

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The Sherco 300 SE may not look too intimidating, but don’t mistake it for a flimsy lightweight bike because is far more impressive than it looks.

The new Sherco 300 SE combines easy handling with a low seat height and outstanding ergonomics and on top of that, it weighs only 105 kg. Thanks to its lightweight construction and high class parts, the Sherco 300 SE keeps you out of trouble even on the toughest trails, whether it be rough terrain, narrow single tracks or wide gravel roads.

Power comes from a revised 293.14 cc, 2 Stroke, single cylinder engine with electronically controlled valves and booster. The unit does e perfect job when it goes head to head with the tough tracks and features controllable, torque-oriented performance characteristics. It is also worthy of being mentioned that the engine received a redesigned cylinder head for 2013 and a new crankcase.

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The Sherco 250 SE is a modern off-roader that can deal effortless with anything you ask of it. The motorcycle weighs only 105 kg and is built around a 249.32 cc, 2 Stroke, single cylinder engine with electronically controlled exhaust valve and booster.

The engine has been redesigned for 2013 and now features a new cylinder head and a fresh crank case. Other improvements were made to the gearbox and clutch which is now lighter than the previous version.

Apart from the changes made to the engine and transmission, the 2013 Sherco 250 SE also comes with new suspensions settings, redesigned radiator scoops and a new radiator tank that helps you get a tighter turning radius.

All components are mounted on a high strength chrome-molybdenum steel semi-perimeter frame which features a double reinforced front section and shock absorber mount.

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Meet the new Sherco X Ride 125, a versatile model that blurs the line between enduro, trail and trial motorcycles.

Weighting only 87 kg and featuring a ground clearance of 325 mm, the Sherco X Ride 125 is capable to deal great with a wide range of terrains. It is also worthy of being mentioned that is backed up the high class components, so reliability shouldn’t be an issue.

At its heart sits a 125,7 cc, 2 stroke engine which puts out more than enough power and low end torque to help you deal great with the rugged tracks. The engine’s power is kept in leash by a 5 speed sequential gearbox with wet multidisc gearbox with hydraulic command. The engine is fed by a 7 liters fuel tank.

You also get a pair of anodized light alloy rims that measure 1,60" x 21" at the front and 2,15" x 18" at the rear.

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Sherco has managed to do a pretty nice job with the 2013 version of its 300 enduro bike. Sherco’s engineers have borrowed the best ideas found at other top enduro bikes, improved some of them and in the end, they finished the job by bringing some of the best motorcycle parts into the mix. The end result looks quite promising, the 2013 Sherco 300 being able to keeping its head up even when it sits next to a KTM.

For 2013 the motorcycle’s 303cc, 4 stroke DOHC, 4 valve unit has received a new crankshaft, a redesigned cylinder head, new camshafts and a strengthened crankcase. The improved engine is paired with a 6 speed sequential gearbox that comes with a lighter hydraulic clutch.

To make the motorcycle more agile than ever, Sherco equipped it with a new radiator tank which gives you a shorter turning radius. You also get revised suspension settings, new handguards and redesigned radiator scoops.

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Meet the new 2014 Polaris Scrambler XP 1000 EPS. With a starting price of $13,299 this new ATV is certainly not cheap but we’ll have to admit that is packed with a comprehensive list of special features that not only help it deal effortless with any type of terrain but also give it a fairly unique personality.

We especially like its radical style with many aggressive lines that manage to give it a pretty imposing stance. The angular body is paired with a set of grippy 14” 489 II performance tires that were especially designed for to maximize traction in mud and on loose terrain.

As far as power is concerned, the Scrambler XP 1000 EPS sports a 952cc, 4-stroke, SOHC, twin cylinder engine that delivers a maximum output of 89 hp. The engine sends its power to the wheels by means of an automatic transmission which features parking, forward and reverse gears, as well as dual ratio operation.

For enhanced handling abilities Polaris equipped its 2014 Scrambler XP 1000 with an electronic power steering system. You also get 11.5" (29 cm) of ground clearance, dual exhaust, Fox Podium X 2.0 shocks and an independent rear suspension.

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