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Light, nimble and easy to handle, the Husqvarna FE 250 has all it needs to keep any off road lover satisfied.

In its tough rides, the motorcycle is helped by a highly tuned 250 cc, 4 stroke, 1 cylinder, water cooled engine with a displacement of 249.91 cc. The engine is brought to life by an electric starter and its power is kept under control by a six speed transmission.

The motorcycle received a new front mask for 2015 which houses a fresh headlamp. Moreover, you also get a new front fender and slim side panels and radiator shrouds. The seat is harder and more durable improving grip and comfort.

On the list of available equipments you will find the Neken handlebar, handguards and a complete range of Husky Power accessories.

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Husqvarna’s dirt bikes are among the most capable models in their class and the TC 85 19/16 makes no exception.

Built for the beginner riders who wish to learn the ups and downs of off-road riding, the Husqvarna TC85 19/16 delivers superior performance in a small package.

Weighting only 68.5 kg (dry), the Husqvarna TC 85 19/16 is propelled by an 84. 93 cc, 1-cylinder, 2-stroke, water-cooled engine with reed intake and exhaust control. The engine is brought to life by a kick starter and is mated on a six speed, claw shifted transmission.

The unit is mounted on a solid chassis that has been updated with a new swingarm and new tyres.

You also get a set of reliable Formula brakes which include a radial, four piston brake caliper and 220mm Wave disc at the front, and a two piston caliper and 210mm Wave rear disc.

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Fun and agile, the Husqvarna TC 85 17/14 delivers first class performances in a compact package. Designed for the young riders, the motorcycle comes with a comprehensive list of features that will help its owners learn the secrets of riding a dirt bike in full safety.

The motorcycle weighs 67.5 Kg and is propelled by an 84.93 cc, 1 cylinder, 2 stroke, water cooled engine with reed intake and exhaust control. The engine is housed by a central tube frame made of chrome molybdenum steel tubing.

It is also worthy of being mentioned that the bike’s bodywork was carefully designed to help the rider gel with the machine allowing for total control in any situation.

You also get the latest generation Formula brakes which are more than capable to keep the bike’s speed under control.

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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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Overview Sized Right For Fun. Kids aren’t all the same size at the same age, and that’s why Honda offers so many choices when it comes to dirtbikes. You need to carefully consider both your rider’s skill level and overall size when choosing a bike. But when it comes to the 2014 Honda CRF125F Big Wheel, you’re in luck. Basically, it’s the same great machine as our CRF125F, but with bigger wheels and a two-inch taller seat height. That combination means it will be perfect for thousands of (...)
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When it comes to dirt bikes, Honda is certainly one of the top manufacturers. The company’s lineup consists of a wide range of motorcycles including the Honda CRF125 that was continually improved and refined since its inception.

Today, the bike continues to be one of the best models in its class and is fitted with state of the art technologies, it delivers superior performances and is also pretty easy to ride.

At its heart sits an air-cooled, single-cylinder, four-stroke engine with a displacement of 124.9cc. The unit sends its power to the ground by means of a four speed transmission. The motorcycle’s speed is kept under control by a 220 mm front hydraulic disc and a rear drum brake.

It is also worthy of being mentioned that the Honda CRF125F is also available in a big-wheel version for the taller riders.

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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.

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The Honda CRF230F is ready for adventure each time you fire up its engine. The bike comes with a sturdy yet light frame which sits on a 37mm leading-axle Showa fork (9.5 Inches of travel) and a rear pro-link Showa single shock with spring-preload adjustability (9.0 inches travel).

The motorcycle is propelled by an air-cooled single-cylinder four-stroke SOHC engine with a displacement of 223cc which offers plenty of user-friendly power and torque spread over a wide-rpm range. The engine is combined with a six speed transmission and is fueled by a 1.9 Gallons (Including 0.4-gallon reserve) fuel tank.

You also get a pretty generous ground clearance rated at 11.7 inches and a pair of rugged 80/100-21 front and 100/100-18 rear tires.

The Honda CRF230F is offered with a base price of $4,199.

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The race ready Kawasaki KX 450F proves once more that Kawasaki is ahead of the pack when it comes to building first class motorcycles.

The bike is propelled by a 449 cc, liquid-cooled, four-stroke single engine with DOHC and four-valve cylinder head. The engine transfers its power to the ground by means of a five speed transmission. You also get a 1.64 gallons fuel tank, a high-performance multi-map ECU and launch control.

The ride is kept in check by a Showa SFF-Air TAC fork with triple air chamber and a Uni-Trak rear suspension with SHOWA shock.

The stopping power is handled by lightweight 270mm “oversized” Braking-brand front rotor which is squeezed by a twin-piston caliper and a lightweight 240mm Braking-brand petal-type rear rotor which is gripped by a single piston hydraulic rear caliper.

The Kawasaki KX 450F is offered with a base price of $8,699.

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