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2014 Kawasaki KX 65

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  • Kawasaki KX 65
  • Year:
    2014
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  • Transmission:
    6 speed
  • Displacement:
    65 cc
  • Price:
    3699

The smallest model in Kawasaki’s KX’s lineup was created especially for young, beginner riders, so it serves as a great platform for learning the secrets of off road riding.

It is powered by a compact 54cc, twin stroke engine with digital ignition. The engine transfers its power to the rear wheel through a smooth-shifting six-speed transmission and a manual clutch.

When building the KX65, Kawasaki’s engineers used a high tensile steel frame that helps the rider get first class handling performances thanks to its exceptional torsional rigidity. It is also worthy of being mentioned that the engine and chassis bolts feature rust-resistant coating for more durability.

The stiff frame is combined with an adjustable front fork and a Uni Trak rear suspension with a nitrogen charged shock.

The 2014 Kawasaki KX 65 is offered with a base price of $3.699.

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Is the 2017 Kawasaki KX100 the right tool for your kid?

Is the 2017 Kawasaki KX100 the right tool for your kid?

A motocross bike built for the rising stars

Pushing kids to a motorsport world is still at a nascent stage in across many parts of the world. Although it is widening its horizon, giving them the right tool to do so was difficult. Enter the Green Team from Japan.

Kawasaki introduced their smaller guys, the KX65, KX85, KX100 and KLX110 dirt motorcycles to cater to the young stars interested in dirt riding and want to make a career out of it. An ideal learning curve en-route to the big bikes. In return, Kawasaki has relied on its aspiring young stars to provide input to help develop winning products.

Out of them, the KX100 has proven to be the optimal choice for getting your kid begin a career on the dirt.

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2015 Kawasaki KX 85

2015 Kawasaki KX 85

Every budding motocross star reaches a crossroads in their career, when choosing the right motorcycle can mean the difference between success or failure. With more amateur national championship titles than any other brand, the pedigree of the Kawasaki KX™ 85 already outshines the competition and the 2015 KX85 continues to do so. In fact, the one thing that hasn’t changed is that the KX85 is still the ultimate training tool for the Ryan Villopotos of tomorrow. Box-stock, it’s ready to win championships!

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2015 Kawasaki KX 100

2015 Kawasaki KX 100

The Kawasaki KX™ 100 represents a natural step in the progression of any budding young motocross rider who is on the verge of outgrowing the KX™ 85, but maybe still needs to grow a few inches, gain a few pounds or simply get a little more seat time before jumping aboard a full-sized KX™ 250F. The new KX100 offers the perfect blend of a power and a larger chassis for an ideal learning curve en route to the big bikes.

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2015 Kawasaki KX 65

2015 Kawasaki KX 65

For more than 30 years, Kawasaki’s smallest KX™ motocrosser has played a key role in the sport of motocross, providing a race-winning platform on which countless national and supercross champions have begun the journey to superstar status. Today, Kawasaki’s KX™ 65 maintains the same successful attributes, including a powerful and reliable two-stroke engine, lightweight chassis, disc brakes and long travel suspension. Its reputation as the quintessential learning tool for young racers taking their first steps into the world of competitive riding is well deserved.

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2014 Kawasaki KX85

2014 Kawasaki KX85

The Kawasaki KX is a race ready motorcycle equipped with all it needs to be a winner. At its heart sits an 84 cc, liquid-cooled, 2-stroke single engine with KIPS. The unit transfers its power to the ground by means of a six speed transmission.

As far as suspensions are concerned, the Kawasaki KX85 is equipped with a revised fork which offers improved damping and bottoming resistance and a fresh Uni-Trak rear suspension which comes revisions to the shock absorber.

Apart from the upgraded suspensions, the new Kawasaki KX85-I also features a fresh bodywork, flatter tank and a slimmer, flatter seat.

The Kawasaki KX855-I is available with two wheel sizes namely 19” front and 16” rear wheels, and 17” front and 14” rear.

The motorcycle is offered with a base price of €4.631.

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2014 Kawasaki KX 65

2014 Kawasaki KX 65

The smallest model in Kawasaki’s KX’s lineup was created especially for young, beginner riders, so it serves as a great platform for learning the secrets of off road riding.

It is powered by a compact 54cc, twin stroke engine with digital ignition. The engine transfers its power to the rear wheel through a smooth-shifting six-speed transmission and a manual clutch.

When building the KX65, Kawasaki’s engineers used a high tensile steel frame that helps the rider get first class handling performances thanks to its exceptional torsional rigidity. It is also worthy of being mentioned that the engine and chassis bolts feature rust-resistant coating for more durability.

The stiff frame is combined with an adjustable front fork and a Uni Trak rear suspension with a nitrogen charged shock.

The 2014 Kawasaki KX 65 is offered with a base price of $3.699.

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2014 Kawasaki KX 85

2014 Kawasaki KX 85

Kawasaki revealed the 2014 KX 85. The motorcycle received a series of improvements for the new model year, so we can expect to better performances.

One of the most important upgrades is represented by the retuned liquid-cooled, two-stroke, 85cc engine that now delivers 20% more peak power than previous unit.

To be able to deal with tough terrains with poise, the motorcycle is equipped with a fully adjustable Uni-Trak rear suspension and rigid 36mm inverted cartridge forks that are 20-way compression damping adjustable.

The 2014 model year has also received a revised carburetor, a fresh seat with a lower height, wider handlebars and some style modifications.

The stopping power is assured by new petal-type brake rotors (220mm front/184mm rear) that deliver a sharper stopping power than the old units.

The 2014 Kawasaki KX 85 is offered with a base price of $4349.

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2014 Kawasaki KX100

2014 Kawasaki KX100

Developed for the young motocrosers, the 2014 Kawasaki KX100 represents the perfect platform for learning the secrets of off road riding.

Since its inception, the KX100 has received a lot of improvements, and the 2014 model year has also received its share of modifications.

Among other upgrades, the new model year gets a larger chassis, a new fuel tank and a retuned liquid-cooled, two-stroke, 99cc engine that delivers nearly 17% more peak power than the old unit. The engine’s power is transferred to the rear wheel through a six-speed transmission that delivers smooth and precise shits.

The breaking system is also new, featuring petal-type brake rotors (220mm front and 184mm rear) for a better bite.

It is also worthy of being mentioned that the motorcycle rides on black alumite-coated lightweight aluminum rims wrapped in new Dunlop Geomax MX51 tires.

The 2014 Kawasaki KX100 is offered with a base price of $4599.

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2014 Kawasaki KX250F

2014 Kawasaki KX250F

Kawasaki revealed the 2014 model year of its X250F off road champion. The motorcycle comes with a series of important upgrades which help it solidify its leader position.

Among the technologies offered for the 2014 KX250F’s you’ll find a new Launch Control system, a plug-and-play adjustable ECU, Separate Function Fork (SFF), new motor mounts, revised suspension tuning and an upgraded transmission.

The motorcycle is built around a 249 cc, liquid-cooled, four-stroke single engine with DOHC and four-valve cylinder head. The engine is kept in check by a five-speed transmission with wet multi-disc manual clutch.

The ride quality is assured by a Showa rear shock with 9 position low-speed and stepless high-speed compression damping, 22 position rebound damping and fully adjustable spring preload. The rear shock is paired with a front 48mm inverted Showa SFF telescopic fork with 40-way spring preload adjustability and 22 position compression and 20 position rebound damping adjustability.

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2014 Kawasaki KX 450F

2014 Kawasaki KX 450F

Like the previous versions, the 2014 model year of the KX 450F continues to impress us with its first class performances.

The bike is fitted with a plethora of sophisticated technologies featuring the highest degree of rider adjustability and the most progressive electronics package in its class.

The bike’s front wheel is linked to a 48 mm Kayaba Pneumatic Spring Fork (PSF) that uses compressed air as a spring. The rear wheel is combined with a Kayaba shock absorber that features dual compression adjustability, allowing 22-position high-speed and stepless low-speed damping adjustments to be made independently.

It is propelled by a 449 cc, liquid-cooled, four-stroke single engine with DOHC and four-valve cylinder head that sends its power to the rear wheel through a five speed transmission.

The 2014 Kawasaki KX 450F is offered with a base price of $8699.

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2013 Kawasaki KX100

2013 Kawasaki KX100

The 2013 Kawasaki KX100 is a compact motocross motorcycle developed for those who are leaving the mini categories for a more advanced segment. The bike was designed to help the riders improve their skills before jumping on a large 250 motorcycle.

At the heart of the Kawasaki KX100 sits a 99cc, two-stroke, liquid cooled engine mated on a six speed transmission.

This compact engine is mounted on a high-tensile, steel perimeter frame that offers a perfect mix between rigidity and lightness. To keep the center of gravity to as low as possible, the motorcycle’s fuel tank is located inside the frame.

The ride quality is kept in leash by front and rear adjustable long-travel suspensions which include a front 36 mm inverted cartridge fork with compression damping adjustment capability and a rear Uni-Trak system with a fully adjustable shock absorber.

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2013 Kawasaki KX 250F

2013 Kawasaki KX 250F

With its unstoppable character the Kawasaki KX 250 is ready to deal with any type of terrain with poise. The bike is propelled by a fuel injected, liquid cooled, 4 stroke, 249 cc engine which sends power to the rear wheel through a five speed gear box. The sound of the new 30mm shorter muffler is pretty impressive because it was designed with a 7mm wider outlet than the previous one. On the other hand, the stainless header now uses an acoustic resonator to decrease sound output and boost low-end power. The 2013 Kawasaki KX 250F is now offered with DFI map selector couplers to make the power change much faster than before.

As far as style goes, the bike comes with Factory-style graphics, black alumite rims, black front guard and rear fender, blue alumite finish on the suspension adjusters, and a blue finish on some of the engine.

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2013 Kawasaki KX85

2013 Kawasaki KX85

With the KX85, you’ll not only carry Kawasaki’s motocross heritage, but you’ll also carry a serious riding experience, one that few bikes in its class can replicate. Combining style with performance, the KX85 is really in a class of its own.

At the heart of the KX85, you’ll find a two-stroke, 84cc engine that is useful enough to produce high power. It comes complemented with a superior chassis package along with a 36mm cartridge fork that has 18-way compression damping adjustability. Furthermore, the Uni-Trak shock system, the adjustable spring preload, compression and rebound damping offers superior rear wheel control that you won’t find anywhere else.

To provide smooth shifting and advanced durability, the KX85’s six-speed transmission is helped by hard chrome-finished shift fork ends, a thick base on the clutch basket housing and an additional bushing on the input shaft.

The Kawasaki KX85 offers tremendous support from the company’s very own Team Green racing outfit and on top of that, you’re offered a comprehensive contingency program for amateur and professional riders who place well at designated events.

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2013 Kawasaki KX 450F

2013 Kawasaki KX 450F

The Kawasaki KX 450F offers a high-quality sports bike that you can take with you wherever you want to go.

For the 2013 model, the bike is complemented with four different handlebar positions and two footpeg positions. For the frame, the KX 450F offers a total width reduction of 4mm across the main frame spars, giving it the most slender mid-section ever. Furthermore, this vehicle make use of Uni-Trak rear suspension linkage that is now slimmer than ever before. Along with the Kayaba rear shock and Kayaba Air-Oil-Separate forks up front, the AOS system controls oil and air in separate chambers for stable damping performance.

As for the engine, the KX 450F features virtually unlimited ignition mapping capabilities due to its enhanced Digital Fuel Injection (DFI) system. The bike’s high power capabilities and the wider power band comes as the result of many engine refreshments while the five-speed transmission is also overhauled for improved shifting.

In terms of styling, the bike will definitely catch your attention, thanks to its slim frame and the blue alumite finish on the oil cap that matches with the blue finish on the suspension adjusters and splashes of color in the new graphics.

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2013 Kawasaki KX65

2013 Kawasaki KX65

If you’re looking for a championship-caliber sports bike, look no further than the Kawasaki KX65. At the heart of the Kawasaki KX65 is a powerful two-stroke engine, a lightweight chassis, disc brakes, and long travel suspension to bring the strong power that enables you to compete and even win whatever race you decide to enter.

The KX65’s liquid-cooled, 64cc engine is able to bring an impressive level of power for its small displacement while the smooth-shifting transmission and manual clutch controls the transfer of that power into the ground. Furthermore, the KX65 comes with a semi-double-cradle steel frame that has been fitted with Kawasaki’s legendary Uni-Trak linkage system, allowing it to change power on the rear shock as the suspension is compressed.

As far as handling is concerned, the KX65 comes with both shock and fork four-way adjustable rebound damping. Meanwhile, the lightweight black aluminum rims lessen the unsprung weight to enhance the suspension action bring the same impressive look as the rims on the larger KX models. Both wheels are then fitted with hydraulic disc brakes to ensure great stopping power.

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2012 Kawasaki KX 85

2012 Kawasaki KX 85

Kids today are getting more and more sophisticated about their hobbies, so much so that seeing a little tyke riding a motorcycle isn’t an uncommon occurrence anymore. That being said, it’s much easier to get these kids introduced to the world of motor bikes by going the route of a small and nimble ride as opposed to going straight to the big leagues.

One such bike that can accommodate the young ones is the Kawasaki KX85. In terms of its overall look, the KX85 comes with a black-painted, high-tensile steel perimeter frame with a specially designed fuel tank sitting inside the cage to keep the fuel load and, thus, the center of mass as low as possible for improved handling. All this is wrapped in lime green body panels, with lightweight black aluminum wheels and aggressive graphics. The result is a factory-look racer with factory-like performance.

This little rocket ship is also powered by a simple two-stroke, 84cc engine that actually puts out eye-popping power relative to its size. The KX85’s engine is mated to a six-speed transmission that delivers smooth and positive shifting along with enhanced durability, proving that this intro bike is tougher than it looks. Further enhancing the KX85’s tractable power are the Kawasaki Integrated Power-valve System (KIPS) and tuned exhaust pipe that provides better drive out of corners and a linear power delivery for young riders of varying skill levels.

More than just the engine, the Kawasaki KX85 comes with an advanced chassis package with a 36mm cartridge fork that has 18-way compression damping adjustability and settings designed to make mince meat of even the toughest of tracks. The UNI-TRAK shock in the back features fully adjustable spring preload, compression, and rebound damping for superior rear wheel control.

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2012 Kawasaki KX 100

2012 Kawasaki KX 100

Not everybody is fully equipped in jumping into a full-fledged motocross bike off the bat. Some people need to get used to them and Kawasaki has the perfect bike for the job: The KX100.

As one of the best entry-level motocross bikes for novice riders, the KX100 helps bridge the gap between classes, providing growing adolescent riders with a machine that accommodates both their growing skill base and their physical size while also giving them an ideal tool to hone their skills before jumping onto a bigger bike.

The KX100 is a simply designed bike that offers nothing in excess. If there was any, the aggressive graphics in the bike that matches its black frame could probably constitute as that. But more than just stickers and graphics, the KX100 comes with a 99cc liquid-cooled two-stroke engine that offers more power and a broader spread of it than the KX85. It also has a 28mm Keihin carburetor and carbon-fiber reed valve assembly, providing a crisp throttle response while the Kawasaki Integrated Power-valve System helps produce a powerband with good low-end torque and a strong top-end rush. The power then passes onto a smooth-shifting six-speed transmission, giving the KX a gear for every situation on the race track.

As far as its handling and set-up are concerned, the KX100 comes with an adjustable long-travel suspension at both ends to help smooth even the roughest motocross circuits. The 36mm inverted cartridge fork has compression damping adjustment capability, whereas the UNI-TRAK rear suspension system has a shock absorber that’s more than capable for a variety of purposes, including spring preload, compression, and rebound damping. As for the brakes, the KX100 has front and rear discs that are mounted with shoulder bolts for easier maintenance.

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2012 Kawasaki KX 250F

2012 Kawasaki KX 250F

The Kawasaki KX250F is a certified award-winning bike, as evidenced by its continued dominance in the AMA Supercross series. So it figures that when you have a bike that’s as proven and tested as this one, it’s going to translate to the consumer market.

And that’ precisely what the KX250F has done.

For the 2012 model, the Kawasaki motocrosser offers a list of enhancements that allow the bike to be even more powerful, while also improving its handling and overall durability.

The KX250F offers cutting-edge technology right off the showroom floor, to give riders the winning edge on the track. Along with the KX250F’s race-proven performance, no other production motocrosser offers as much adjustability, fine-tuning capabilities, and rider customization when it comes to motor and suspension.

The design of the bike remains largely the same as that of its predecessor. But that’s not to say that the 2012 model doesn’t come with its share of improvements, particularly on the performance level.

We already know the bike carries a 249cc, liquid-cooled, four-stroke, four-valve, single-cylinder DOHC engine that delivers hard-hitting power across the rpm range. But for 2012, Kawasaki engineers wanted to create a bike with even more impressive top-end performance, which they accomplished by equipping its Digital Fuel Injection system with a second fuel injector –a first for use on production motocross bikes– located near the airbox intake. The all-new “upstream” injector helps build a wider and more potent spread of power as rpm climbs. The two fine-mist atomizing injectors that feed the 250cc four-stroke powerplant are distinct in appearance with different body sizes, but deliver the same per-cycle capacity.

Together, Kawasaki’s dual injectors offer the kind of a one-two punch that delivers more headings of fuel on acceleration to increase the high-rpm power and overall capabilities of the KX250F.

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2012 Kawasaki KX 450F

2012 Kawasaki KX 450F

The race-winning heritage of the Kawasaki KX450F is a testament to the motocross bike’s outstanding capabilities, not just with its superb power, but also with the kind of confident handling that riders enjoy. Racing has always been at the forefront for the KX450F, and the 2012 model ads plenty of technical innovations that have been developed from the factory know-how of the Monster Energy Kawasaki race team, with the end result suggesting an unmatched combination of cutting-edge innovation and race-proven components.

The 2012 highlights of the KX450R start with the Supercross-winning DNA of last year’s bike. The advanced design of the aluminum perimeter frame and dominating motor receive a host of modifications, creating a more squeezed-in and mass-centralized chassis that produces more power than at any other time in the bike’s esteemed history.

The design of the bike also plays into the various features that are included in the overall package. For instance, the 2012 KX450F comes with a choice of four different handlebar positions, two footpeg positions, and virtually unlimited ignition mapping capabilities that are owed to the Kawasaki’s advanced Digital Fuel Injection system.

Inside the KX450F lies a powerful and reliable 449cc liquid-cooled, DOHC, four-stroke single engine that delivers improved mid- to high-end power and a wider powerband, thanks to numerous upgrades.

A new wrinkle added to the KX450F is the Launch Control Mode, a feature that’s been tuned to maximize traction out of the starting gate. Activating the Launch Control mode is a unique key that can be turned and used before a push-button system is activated by a touch of the switch on the left handlebar. The Launch Control’s effectiveness is further enhanced by a chassis designed to maximize suspension performance and rear wheel traction.

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2010 Kawasaki KX85

2010 Kawasaki KX85

Kawasaki has created the KX85 for riders who aim at improving their skills in or out of designated competitions and it also achieved the best bang for the buck in this class. It intends on keeping things this way for 2010, so it carries on producing the entry-level dirt bike, which is also the one reviewed by us today.

2010 Kawasaki KX85 Monster Energy Version

The Kawasaki KX85 Monster Energy remains a 2009 model year, but still brings a fresh feel among all that green. Still affordable, but definitely a change, the Monster Energy offers nothing different but color. See it yourself!

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2010 Kawasaki KX250F/Monster Energy

2010 Kawasaki KX250F/Monster Energy

Kawasaki now offers the KX250F motocross model as a 2010 model year. Not only that, but the quarter-liter racer is entirely new as a result of engineers aiming towards a higher revving and implicit more powerful, but also more reliable engine. Once you’ve done that, every single piece of the machine qualifies for a proper revision and that’s how dirt bikes end up being tweaked each and every year.

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2010 Kawasaki KX450F/Monster Energy

2010 Kawasaki KX450F/Monster Energy

The 2010 Kawasaki KX450F is now a fact on dealership floors and it comes with a whole range of improvements that are more than enough for a review of this new model year. Like with all previous generation models, the goal here was to improve performance and reliability as well as rider comfort and looks.

Kawi is quite proud of their new KX450F and they have plenty of reasons to also be enthusiastic about the new racing season. You see, more power and less weight will always do the trick in the right hands.

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Kawasaki releases KX250F/KX450F video previews

Kawasaki releases KX250F/KX450F video previews

Kawasaki has recently posted two videos about their top 2010 motocross models, the KX250F and KX450F, on their official Youtube channel. These are actually video previews by Jeff Emig, who takes viewers through the most important features of these bikes. While Kawi’s quarter-liter motocrosser has been seriously improved, the KX450F is a totally new bike. Enjoy the videos.

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2009 Kawasaki KX65

2009 Kawasaki KX65

The smallest, but definitely not weakest motocrosser out there comes from the green team and brings the excitement of racing to an even younger category or riders. Kawasaki introduced the KX65 specifically for those who feel like skipping off-road beginners bikes and get to the real thing as soon as possible. This is the best real thing you’ll get at an early age.

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2009 Kawasaki KX100

2009 Kawasaki KX100

Kawasaki offers its own, unique solution to the translation from mini bikes to full-sized motocross machines: the KX100! With its 99cc engine and larger wheels, it is the purest blend of both worlds and it is not afraid showing it out on the track. Performance, handling and balance is what Kawasaki aimed at when created the new mid-sized motocross ride so it should receive great recognition for it.

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2009 Kawasaki KX250F

2009 Kawasaki KX250F

Kawasaki has made quite an entry with the all-new KX250F two years ago, but with the stiff competition encountered on the motocross track, a radical new approach had to be made towards this bike. The recipe is the same as in the case of its bigger sibling, the KX450F: a lightened engine that pulls stronger finds its place on the refined chassis. The look is also refreshed so Kawasaki’s out with the best against its competitors.

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2009 Kawasaki KX450F

2009 Kawasaki KX450F

Kawasaki carefully planned the radical revision that implies all of its motocross models, with the KX450F being a top priority. It is the first new model to be launched after the bike’s introduction and it is definitely the best of Kawasaki so far. Especially redesigned to better deal with the track’s demands and the continuously advancing competition, the 2009 Kawasaki KX450F reaches the highest levels of performance and refinement, leaving us craving for one.

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Kawasaki introduces the 2009 KX450F and KX250F motocrossers

Kawasaki introduces the 2009 KX450F and KX250F motocrossers

A week ago we announced the launch of Yamaha’s dirt and trail bikes, something that apparently determined Kawasaki to step up and offer the best it can, under the name of KX.

Pilots can now start training for the two most important classes in the AMA Championships and it is terrible important for them to do so as the bikes are completely revised and will perform with even more brilliancy out where it all depends on speed, balance, weight and sharpness.

We also mentioned about a few Yamaha models the fact that they have pretty much no competition as the other 2009’s weren’t on the scene yet so we would have to take that back.

Purely designed for racing, the KX450F and KX250F make the most important entry after their launch a few years back and we must take them in consideration and give them the credit they need. Reshaped, restyled and reengineered, these two will be on the scene for a long time, and it is always good to start with the right foot even with each revision, not necessarily brand new introductions.

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2008 Kawasaki KX85

2008 Kawasaki KX85

Riders may happen to need more form a motocross bike in terms of size and power so they can orientate towards the Kawasaki KX85, a motorcycle more able to compete on motocross race tracks around the country and deliver next day’s champions.

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2008 Kawasaki KX65

2008 Kawasaki KX65

Kawasaki’s alternative to beginner’s motocross bikes is the KX65, a racing machine which would mark your initiation into both the wonderful world of track racing and those fun muddy weekends with your friends.

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2008 Kawasaki KX100

2008 Kawasaki KX100

Launch pad to the big leagues.

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2008 Kawasaki KX450F

2008 Kawasaki KX450F

Refined Power Delivery for Improved Holeshot Performance.

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2008 Kawasaki KX250F

2008 Kawasaki KX250F

Better Shifting, Improved Handling and Extra Reliability

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2007 Kawasaki KX450F

2007 Kawasaki KX450F

Kawasaki enhances the dynamic excellence of its world championship winning KX450F motocrosser with a new five-speed gearbox plus a host of engine and chassis refinements aimed at increasing its domination over the competition.

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2007 Kawasaki KX250

2007 Kawasaki KX250

The 2007 Kawasaki KXâ„¢250 answers the call for those who love the smell of premix and the sound of a two-stroke’s wail. Featuring a powerful 249cc, liquid-cooled, two-stroke engine wrapped in a lightweight perimeter style frame, the KX250 offers explosive acceleration and maximum agility.

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2007 Kwasaki KX100

2007 Kwasaki KX100

As riders outgrow the mini ranks, they sometimes find they’re not quite ready for a full-on Lites-class motorcycle. The Kawasaki KXâ„¢100 is squarely-aimed at that gap between the mini ranks and the pro classes.

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2007 Kawasaki KX85

2007 Kawasaki KX85

Once young riders have prepared themselves for racing and developed the necessary riding skills to compete on real motocross tracks, they’ll need a motorcycle that can keep pace with their growing bodies and expanding capabilities. The Kawasaki KXâ„¢85 is an emerging racer’s dream. Powered by a liquid-cooled, two-stroke, single-cylinder 84cc engine that churns out an abundance of race-winning power, the KX85 is packed with high-tech features, such as an Electrofusion-coated cylinder with a narrow squish band and large volume combustion chamber to enhance top-end power.

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2007 Kawasaki KX65

2007 Kawasaki KX65

Once a young rider has mastered the basics of motorcycle riding, they’ll often want to try their hand at racing. The Kawasaki KXâ„¢65 is made just for them.

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2006 Kawasaki KX65

2006 Kawasaki KX65

Many of today’s Supercross champions began their careers riding youth-sized off-road motorcycles at Pee Wee tracks and recreational areas across the country. From Jeff Ward to James Stewart, every one of them daydreamed of loading up the truck with dad and heading out to ride.

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2006 Kawasaki KX85

2006 Kawasaki KX85

There’s a point when a young rider’s physical growth and developing skill on the race track demands a motorcycle that can do more than keep up with their competitive nature - they need a bike that can power them to the front of the pack. The Kawasaki KXâ„¢85 provides that leading-edge of power and performance.

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2006 Kawasaki KX100

2006 Kawasaki KX100

Young motocross racers stepping up from the mini ranks often find they’re not quite ready for a 125-class motorcycle. The Kawasaki KXâ„¢100 provides these riders with adult-sized performance in a chassis they can finesse on the fast track to victory.

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2006 Kawasaki KX250F

2006 Kawasaki KX250F

Just two short years after it was introduced to American motocross racers, the championship-winning KXâ„¢250F motorcycle has been revamped - even though it already has five titles under its proverbial belt.
Numerous changes have been made to the potent KX250F. It produces significantly more power than the 2005 model it replaces, and like the new flagship KX450F, the KX250F sports an all-aluminum perimeter frame.

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2006 Kawasaki KX250

2006 Kawasaki KX250

Several motocross magazines hailed the 2005 Kawasaki KXâ„¢250 as one of the best all-around two-stroke motocross bikes due to its sheer power, ideal handling and superb brakes. As one magazine said, "The 2005 KX250 is phenomenal!"

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2006 Kawasaki KX 450F

2006 Kawasaki KX 450F

Kawasaki, the brand that introduced the motocross world to perimeter frames and awe-inspiring powerbands, has unveiled an all-new flagship in its leading-edge KXâ„¢ motorcycle line.
Every aspect of the 2006 KX450F, from its ultra-powerful four-stroke engine to the trick aluminum frame and suspension, reflects its purpose as a championship-winning race bike.

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2006 Kawasaki KLX250S

2006 Kawasaki KLX250S

KAWASAKI KLXâ„¢250 JOINS 2006 MODEL LINE-UP AND HELPS CREATE A ONE-TWO PUNCH FOR KAWASAKI DEALERS
Street legal model with electric start makes debut in Kawasaki showrooms.

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