Dirt Bike Reviews
California-based motorcycle company Zero produces nothing but electric bikes. The company makes street bikes and dirt bikes, as well as a one dual-sport option, which was revamped for 2012.
It is with great excitement that KTM announces the release of the second generation KTM 450 SX-F Factory Edition motorcycle. The new model has been developed through collaboration with the Red Bull KTM Team and both the US and Austrian based Research & Development Departments. Each special edition model will come with a limited edition [...]
Husqvarna has been stepping up its game with the 2013 lineup, and the TXC250R and TXC310R are no different.
Yamaha released the 2012 Super Tenere in Europe long before the bike came stateside, but it made its American debut over the summer.
Race-ready dirt bikes do not come cheap, which is why plenty of riders choose used models and load them up with motorcycle accessories.
KTM Motorsports is excited to announce its 2013 model line-up of SXS motorcycles consisting, once again, of the popular 50 SXS, 65 SXS and 85 SXS race machines. Now the most common weapon of choice amongst KTM Orange Brigade riders, the KTM Sportminicycle line of SXS models launched two-years ago as a way to provide [...]
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.
There are so many new dirt bikes and upgraded models this year, that I was almost surprised when Yamaha released the specs for the new YZ250F motorcycle.
It’s an unfortunate truth that smaller bikes mean less powerful engines, which leaves shorter riders in a lurch.