Dual Sports

Dual sports are, for the most part, dirtbikes that are street legal due to specialized stealth-knobbies, street-legal lighting, and mirrors. Many come with handguards and some sort of flyscreen for rider protection, but share suspension members and frame components with full-on dirtbikes. This class is the successor to the Enduro bracket, and is good for the kind of racing that pairs blacktop stretches with dirt trails in between, or for folks who'd like to ride to their favorite off-road site instead of trailering the thing. Typically, the main feature that visually sets it apart from a “regular” dirt bike is a taller fuel-tank hump that isn't entirely unlike that of an adventure bike. (Kawasaki KLR 650, Suzuki DR650S, and Yamaha WR250R.)

2015 Yamaha XT1200Z Super Ténéré

2015 Yamaha XT1200Z Super Ténéré

2015 Yamaha Super Ténéré Worldcrosser

2015 Yamaha Super Ténéré Worldcrosser

2016 Honda CRF1000L Africa Twin

2016 Honda CRF1000L Africa Twin

2016 Kawasaki KLX 140 / KLX 140L

2016 Kawasaki KLX 140 / KLX 140L

2016 Beta 430 RR / 480 RR

2016 Beta 430 RR / 480 RR

2016 Kawasaki KX 450F

2016 Kawasaki KX 450F

2016 KTM 450 SX-F

2016 KTM 450 SX-F

2016 KTM 50 SX MINI

2016 KTM 50 SX MINI

You Can Win a Ural Gear Up With Custom Camping Gear

You Can Win a Ural Gear Up With Custom Camping Gear

2016 Rokon Trail-Breaker

2016 Rokon Trail-Breaker

2016 Beta 430 RS

2016 Beta 430 RS

2015 KTM Freeride E-SX

2015 KTM Freeride E-SX