May 12, 2011 | Motorcycles / Dirt Bikes
For 2011 Suzuki dirtbikes for sale have taken there already awesome Suzuki RM-Z250, and have spruced it up into an even more capable machine. These 2011 RM-Z Suzuki dirtbikes for sale boast many updates: like how it now meets a stricter AMA noise limit (94db) while maintaining smooth engine output; the intake and exhaust timing has been changed for better engine feeling with lower noise output; the exhaust pipe length has been changed for better engine feeling with lower noise; ECU settings have been updated for more linear acceleration and improved over-rev; and the radiator hose routing has been changed for more efficient cooling. You can buy this Suzuki RM-Z250 for a price of $ $7,299.
September 17, 2010 | Motorcycles / Dirt Bikes
All new for 2011, Suzuki’s RM-Z450 Dirt Bike has been fine tuned to be a potent machine. It also boasts a series of updates that make it ride smoother and easier to maintain. But more importantly, the RM-Z450 is a cutting-edge bike that doesn’t let anything stand it its way. Powered by a 449cc four-stroke, liquid-cooled, DOHC, four-valve, fuel-injected engine, this Suzuki dirt bike delivers phenomenal idle-to-redline thrust and it meets a stricter AMA noise limit (94db) while keeping smooth engine output. Other features include 5-speed transmission, gripper seat, race-inspired disc rotors, two-tone radiator and Showa piggyback-reservoir rear shock. Race away on one for $8,149. Suzuki.
August 4, 2010 | Motorcycles / Dirt Bikes
Boasting superb styling, performance and technology, the Aprilia SX 125 Dirt Bike 2010 embodies what off-road adventure should be. Ideal for younger riders, the SX 125 delivers big bike performance in a lightweight package. Powered by a state-of-the-art two stroke, single-cylinder engine, this Aprilia dirt bike promises an ultra-reliable ride every time. Other features include 17 inch, wide profile wheels, black anodized rims, sophisticated digital instruments, over-sized suspension system and double cradle frame. Aprilia.
June 29, 2010 | Motorcycles / Dirt Bikes
On your mark, get set, win – on the Husaberg FE 570 Dirt Bike 2010. Powered by a single-cylinder, 4-stroke, 565.5cc engine, the FE 570 crosses the finish line first, thanks in part to its light double-cradle frame that offers great torsional rigidity and secure tracking stability. Equipped with a fully adjustable WP PDS shock, this Husaberg dirt bike offers an optimized setting for lots of traction. And, with its fully adjustable 48mm WP Suspension fork, the FE 570 gives you even more responsive handling then you thought possible. Other features include a high-quality silencer, Brembo front brake, stainless steel exhaust manifold and slim fuel tank. Husaberg.
June 11, 2010 | Motorcycles / Dirt Bikes
Boasting YZ-inspired handling and looks, the Yamaha TT-R230 Dirt Bike 2011 is the ideal choice for beginner and intermediate riders. Driven by a stout 223cc air-cooled, SOHC four-stroke engine, the TT-R230 offers reliable broadband power, while its electric start makes getting started a breeze. For greater rider mobility, this Yamaha dirt bike comes equipped with competition-style flat seat/tank junction, and a steel, diamond-type-design frame for awesome handling and strength. Other features include low seat height, long-travel suspension, large, folding, cleated footpegs and durable fork boots. Hit the trailers for $3,790. Yamaha.
June 1, 2010 | Motorcycles / Dirt Bikes
The queen of the desert, Husqvarna’s TXC510 Dirt Bike 2010 is ideal for those wanting power, maneuverability and comfort on long journeys. Offering explosive power, the TXC510 gets its juice from a 4-stroke, single-cylinder, DOHC, 501cc engine. The 2010 model has trimmed some weight as well, and this Husqvarna dirt bike is now outfitted with new, stronger, more flexible plastic body panels. It also comes with new Kayaba 48mm forks that are fully adjustable for compression and rebound, and its swing arm has been shortened by 15 mm to improve maneuverability and the progressive action of the rear suspension. The TXC510 retails for $7,999. Husqvarna.
May 5, 2010 | Motorcycles / Dirt Bikes
A hard working bike than never quits, the KTM 690 Enduro R Dirt Bike 2010 offers amazing off-road technology and tough thoroughbred chassis. Great for on and off-road adventure, the 690 Enduro R delivers unbeatable power, thanks to its single-cylinder, four-stroke, 654 cc engine. Lightweight and solid, this KTM dirt bike always gives riders maximum performance and high reliability. Other features include a hydraulic APTC slipper clutch, Brembo single piston rear brakes, Brembo two piston front brakes and 6-gear transmission. KTM.
April 22, 2010 | Motorcycles / Dirt Bikes
Designed to always give riders 100%, the Aprilia MXV 4.5 Dirt Bike 2010 offers mind blowing performance and advanced technology. Powered by a twin four-stroke, liquid-cooled, single overhead cam engine, the MXV 4.5 runs silently, and its dry sump lubrication system and oil tank are integrated inside the crankcase. Providing you with the ideal mix of compactness, light weight and performance, this Aprilia dirt bike’s dimensions of it perimeter frame has been optimized for motocross use and its weight has been centralized to improve agility. Other features include single-piece crankshaft, electronic fuel injection, Nissin floating calipers and super-lightweight wavy discs. Aprilia.
April 14, 2010 | Motorcycles / Dirt Bikes
The next generation of dirt bikes roars in with the Husaberg FX 450. Outfitted with flawless fuel injection, light clutch pull and awesome brakes, the FX 450’s single-cylinder, 4-stroke, 449.3cc engine gives you a powerful kick right out of the starting gate. Offering razor-sharp handling and ultra smooth performance, this Husaberg dirt bike will certainly find its place with hard-core off-road enthusiasts. New features to this bike include a 48mm WP closed-chamber fork, close-ratio six-speed transmission, more aggressive ignition settings and a 19-inch rear wheel. Drive one away for $9,498. Husaberg.
March 31, 2010 | Motorcycles / Dirt Bikes
Break out of the gates and make your way to the finish line first on the Yamaha YZ85 Dirt Bike 2010. Great for novices all the way to mini expert, the YZ85 offers a fully adjustable suspension that allows a broad adjustment range. Powered by a liquid-cooled, 84.7cc crankcase reed-valve-inducted six-speed engine, this Yamaha dirt bike is light, compact and delivers hard-hitting, moto-winning power throughout the rpm range. Plus, with its ultra-rigid, single-backbone, the YZ85 semi-double-cradle frame is lightweight and yet strong, giving you sharp handling. Rev it up for $3,690. Yamaha.
March 25, 2010 | Motorcycles / Dirt Bikes
Fitting neatly in the dual purpose category, the Husqvarna TE 630 Dirt Bike 2010 is ready to take you anywhere, on road or off. Powered by a 600cc four-stroke, single cylinder engine, the TE 630 offers plenty of muscle for enduro challenges or for the daily commute. Combining good looks and character with a frame built for daily use, this Husqvarna dirt bike gives you plenty of power from the moment you turn it on, thanks in part to its 300 Kpa Mitsubishi twin jet fuel injector that is fitted to the throttle. Other features include a rugged 12 liter polyethylene petrol tank with a 40l/h pump, non-return fuel circuit with quick-fit connections, electronic injection system, Kokusan 360W three-phase ignition flywheel, hydraulically operated clutch and twin aluminum silencers. Husqvarna.
March 18, 2010 | Motorcycles / Dirt Bikes
You won’t get many people passing you when you’re on the KTM 125 SX Dirt Bike 2010. Powered by a single cylinder, 2-stroke, 124.8 cc engine, the 125 SX is super light and agile, thanks to its optimally balanced chassis. Easy to handle, this KTM dirt bike lets you glide into first place with some help from its hydraulic wet multi-disc clutch. For extra protection, it comes equipped with rubber backed poly resin frame guards that protect its frame while offering extra grip points for your boots while riding. Other features include kick start, Renthal handlebar and front and rear disc brakes. KTM.
March 11, 2010 | Motorcycles / Dirt Bikes
A new generation of enduro machine, the Husaberg FE 450 Dirt Bike 2010 overcomes any obstacle it encounters. Powered by a single-cylinder, 4-stoke, 449.3cc engine, the FE 450 is built on a light double-cradle perimeter frame that offers riders superb torsional rigidity and secure tracking stability. Equipped with fully adjustable WP PDS shock, the Husaberg dirt bike boosts its traction with optimized settings, letting you adjust the rebound damping and variable high and low speed compression damping for whatever condition you’re riding in. And pulling out all the stops, the FE 450 comes with Brembo front brakes, single-piston brake caliper in the rear and ultra-light wave discs for maximum braking performance with minimal effort. Husaberg.
February 26, 2010 | Motorcycles / Dirt Bikes
Lighter and easier to handle, the Husqvarna SM 450 Supermoto Dirt Bike 2010 is ready to tear up the championship track. Boasting a redesigned frame, the SM 450 offers new levels of rigidity that optimizes handling, giving you a better feel for the bike. Powered by a twin-cam engine, this Husqvarna dirt bike’s new radiator hose and powerful water pump improves cooling and performance. It also comes equipped with in-mould plastic decoration body panels that are strong and flexible, as well as rear cluster LED lights and an integrated dual purpose number plate holder. Other features include a new front mudguard, aluminium side stand, black anodised Excel rims and a new timing gear chain tensioner. Husqvarna.
February 18, 2010 | Motorcycles / Dirt Bikes
It’s extremely easy to ride, yet extremely difficult for anyone else on the track to catch – meet the KTM 300 XC Dirt Bike 2010. Pumping itself up with a single-cylinder, 2-stroke 293 cc engine, the 300 XC comes equipped with a new exhaust pipe with extra wall thickness that stands up to wear and tear, as well as a new radiator cap that provides amazing heat stability. Also new on this KTM dirt bile is its patented triple clamp design, which gives it a 22mm fixed off-set and it boasts overall design improvements for great flex characteristics and optimal handling. Other new upgrades include a redesigned air box that helps reduce dirt and water collection, TwinAir filter, translucent fuel tank, brake pads and Renthal ‘Diamond’ hand grips. KTM.