The Dirt Bike Guy
2013 Kawasaki KLX 250S: A Lightweight Dual-Sport Motorcycle Made To Please There are plenty of dual-sport dirt bikes on the market, but if you’re looking for a top-of-the-line model, the new 2013 Kawasaki KLX 250S may fit the bill. This lightweight performance machine is designed to excel equally on the road and in the dirt, [...]
For 2012, Kawasaki redesigned the KX450F to be better than ever.
Honda makes a number of race-ready dirt bikes that span the range of classes, but if you’re looking for a 450cc motorcycle, you might want to check out the new CRF450R.
Yamaha has a number of bikes for young riders, and some are designed for beginners while others, like the TT-R100E, are aimed at the older crowd.
Last year, KTM debuted the redesigned 2012 690 Enduro R, which was stocked to the brim with improvements and motorcycle accessories.
Kawasaki is one of the leading dirt bike companies, and many kids admire the company’s professional teams, so it’s not surprising that there are a few Kawasaki models designed for young riders.
The Husqvarna CR125 is a staple in the dirt bike racing world, and the latest model does not fall short of expectations.
Husqvarna has been stepping up its game with the 2013 lineup, and the TXC250R and TXC310R are no different.
Race-ready dirt bikes do not come cheap, which is why plenty of riders choose used models and load them up with motorcycle accessories.
When it comes to dual sport motorcycles, Honda is the brand to beat. Not only did the company help popularize dualies, but the XR650L has been a staple of the dual purpose bike class for years.