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  1. 975

    KTM 250 SX (2013)

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    Light, powerful, agile, great bike.
  2. 94XT350

    Yamaha XT350 (1994)

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    Pros: Great learners bike. Comfortable seat. Decent power. Looks great Cons: Kick start (sometimes difficult to start when cold)
  3. TigerATV

    KTM 300 EXC (2000)

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    Absolutely amazing bike! Suspension and motor are dialed in perfect. Great low end stump pulling torque and high speed desert racing capability. Set up is for lower rpm powerband hit. Its alot to hang on to so throttle and clutch control are a must! Only complaint is the weight, I wish I had the 380 EXC because it has the same weight with the extra power but the extra power is NOT needed just wanted when racing those big 450s!
  4. LiamRM212

    Suzuki RM125 (1998)

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    My favorite bike yet! Fantastic suspension + handling and the motors finally set with all power on top. Just needed to play with the power valve a little. It has a fatty and powercore 2 aswell as Vforce 3 reeds. Tuned to my liking.
  5. 04crf250

    Honda CRF150F (2003)

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    This is the wife's bike. So far, so good. The front forks flex like crazy and do NOT cut it for my 200lb rugby playing frame. It is definitely for smaller/lighter people in stock form.
  6. Hatebreed

    Kawasaki KX250F (2007)

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    The best bike I've ever owned.
  7. Looking to find a more open exhaust that will better fit my bike after i get the head ported. I was going to plate my bike but no more. So now my only requirement is a spark arrestor. I would have like to use MRD. However, he doesn't make pipes for KTM's. Any suggestion on good quality and good flow?
  8. Cello

    Yamaha WR250R (2008)

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    I use it for everything from onroad day-trips to tight single-track.<br /><br />Porkier and less powerful than a 250cc pure offroad bike (such as the WR250F, with which the R shares virtually no parts) - however, the 250cc dual-sport is the most versatile platform of any motorcycle. The WR250R is at the high end of that segment with enduro-like ergonomics and layout - the price reflects this.<br /><br />Stock, the engine is a dog off the line - the power only really comes on as the engine starts to scream - uncharacteristic of an off-road thumper. This can be mitigated with some common modifications to the airbox, fueling system and exhaust - this makes the bike surprisingly brisk for a 250 that weighs almost 300lbs wet!<br /><br />The off-road capability of the adjustable suspension is debatable but just about everyone agrees it's better out of the box than a Honda CRF250L.<br /><br />It's quite expensive new for a 250 but there are many used examples on the market.<br /><br />The aftermarket parts availability for this bike is very strong. For long-distance trips, a variety of extended-range tanks are available (stock range is about 110 miles on the 2gal tank, depending on conditions). Cushy aftermarket seats are available for people who don't like sitting on the 2x4-inspired saddle, which is comfortable only in comparison to race bikes. It is extremely easy to maintain, friendly to live with (it crashes very well and is very durable when fitted with appropriate aftermarket protection), and economical.<br /><br />Consider also:<br /><br />Honda CRF250L - cheaper, fuel injected, less power but more low-end torque, assembled in Thailand but less off-road focused<br /><br />Kawasaki KLX250S - slightly cheaper, but older design and carbureted<br /><br />Kawasaki KLR650 - more comfy for long street rides stock, but a handful off-road when the going gets at all tricky.<br /><br />Suzuki DRZ400S - much older design, carbureted, heavier and more top-heavy - but more gumption in the engine down low<br /><br />KTM 350 EXC - more expensive, more maintenance-intensive, but lighter and more powerful - a lot quicker in the right hands.<br /><br />KTM 690 Enduro - MUCH more expensive, a little bit heavier but great stonks of extra power to play with.
  9. Tommyk_55

    Suzuki RM250 (2002)

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    Excellent handling, turns better than any bike I have ever owned. It handles trail hack surprisingly well for a motocrosser. The power is lack luster in comparison to other 250 two strokes I've ridin, but if you can keep it in the sweet spot its no dog.
  10. Rushy89

    KTM 125 SX (2015)

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    Bloody awesome bike ! never as let me down so far. Starts first kick every time. has lots of power & looks awesome !
  11. Cars-Guy

    Yamaha YZ125 (1998)

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    The 98 Yz-125 is an extremely good package bike. It gives you performance, power, reliability and the holy s**t factor every time you ride it. The motor has way more power than any other two stroke motor around (it does circles around my friends cr250). Not to mention the durability and reliability of these motors (if it's tuned and you keep a fresh top end in it, your kids will be giving this bike to their kids.) The only reason I give it four starts is because the tripple clamp won't let you put an oversize bar mount on it.
  12. RC_ichard

    Suzuki DR-Z400S (2001)

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    3x3, rejet, Yoshi RS3 full, hot cams, zeta quick turn, and a whole lotta balls!
  13. Dezertdirt

    Kawasaki KLX250S (2009)

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    Its a ok commuter bike that works pretty well in the desert. It get great fuel economy although it lacks power. I've got a full yosi exhaust and been jetted (Dynojet kit) but its still a little light on the power. Nonetheless, for me its a nice bike to commute with and take off road to the desert for some good fun. After some serious messing around with the jetting/needle, got the power numbers up a bit to do some modest off-roading. Still gets better than 60 mpg, which for surface street commuting is easy at the pump.
  14. StandardFish450

    Yamaha WR450F (2012)

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    This bike handles really frickin awesome for being as heavy as it is. It's realiable as heck, pretty fast, reasonable to maintain, and the fuel injection is pretty sweet. It still has a bit of squishyness to the suspension though. Other then that, sweet ride!
  15. Jeromba

    Husaberg FE350 (2013)

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    Husaberg FE350 built by Dick's Racing and featured in Dirt Bike Magagize.http://www.dirtbike-digital.com/dirtbike/october_2013?folio=52#pg52 This is an awesome bike with plenty of power for my 220 LB frame.
  16. jay19

    Suzuki DR-Z400SM (2008)

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    much better than my sachs madass, lol
  17. roush360r

    KTM 350 SX-F (2012)

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    havent got to ride much yet. bought it with 22hrs, put 1.5 on it and had a freak accident and broke my back in 4 places and 3 ribs. wont be able to ride untill spring. but from what ive ridden i love it. feels super light and plenty of power.
  18. mxmaster040

    KTM 450 XC-W (2013)

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    Great all around bike. Motor is amazing, brakes are the best, hydraulic clutch is like butter. Great bike for desert racing, single track, trail riding, etc.
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