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Models of Kawasaki Motocross Bikes

Unlike many motorcycle manufacturers, Kawasaki has a really rich history in building high-quality motocross bikes. The company was one of the pioneers in designing off-road racing machines, and many years before Honda released the CR250M Elsinore, Kawasaki machines were riding the dirt roads in Japan. Today, the company can be proud of having a great heritage of vehicles that have won in different prestigious competitions.

A Brief History

B8M built by the manufacturer in 1963 was the first production Japanese motocross bike. The machine was equipped with a 123cc two-stroke engine based on the B8. To transform the base vehicle to the racing motorcycle, the manufacturer had to upgrade the forks, change the lights, and add a range of other off-road features. By offering 12 hp, it became one of the best dirt machines at that time.

In 1974, the manufacturer introduced the Kawasaki KX125. It was a two-stroke machine which production ended in 2008. Another model showed to the world in 1974 was KX250. It was a 2-stroke bike, which in 2007 was replaced by the four-stroke KX250F.

The Kawasaki KX250F introduced in 2004 as well as KX450F released in one year came with 4-stroke DOHC engines. Unlike the first machine, the latter vehicle was not produced in cooperation with the Suzuki Motor.

The KX 500 was a machine with a 499 cc two-stroke engine made by the manufacturer during 1983-2004. It was developed for participating in different competitions, including the 500cc Class as well as Open-Class of motocross.

The 2019 model year includes the following machines by Kawasaki:

·        KX™65;

·        KX™85;

·        KX™100;

·        KX™250;

·        KX™450.

The price for the newest dirt bikes by the company ranges from $3,699 for KX™65 to $9,299 for KX™450.

The Most Popular Models

The Kawasaki KX450F–SR is the four-stroke bike that comes with race-leading power, great suspension, and advanced, lightweight chassis. The “SR” has been through a range of improvements, but it still comes with the outstanding chassis and engine of the base KX450F motorcycle. It features the advanced Showa suspension, which ensures the great bump absorption as well as exceptional stability.

The KX100 was a 2-stroke dirt motorcycle, which came with 19-in. front and 16-in. rear wheels. Unlike the KX80 Bigwheel, its predecessor, the machine comes with long travel suspension and big bore size; however, all other elements were the same as in the base machine. The KX100 is a great vehicle to race in the 100 cc motocross class, the 125 cc class, or mini-cycle classes.

The Kawasaki KX 250F is a 249 cc four-stroke machine, which over the course of its life has been through a range of change, including replacing the frame, redesigning engine, adding new shocks, and more. When the KX250F was released in 2004, it became one of the most successful machines in Supercross and Motocross racing.

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Year
1970 - 2021
Displacement
49 - 997 cm³
Dry weight
50.5 - 149 kg
Top speed
68 - 230 km/h
Engine type
Number of cylinders
Cylinder location
Tacts
Valves
Power
2 - 110 HP
Transmission type,final drive
Cooling system

Models

KX250, 2021
2021 YOM
KX100, 2021
2021 YOM
KX65, 2021
2021 YOM
KLX 250S, 2021
2021 YOM
KX450X, 2021
2021 YOM
KX450, 2021
2021 YOM
KX85, 2021
2021 YOM
KX85-II, 2021
2021 YOM
KLX300 SM, 2021
2021 YOM
KX250X , 2021
2021 YOM
KLX250, 2021
2021 YOM
KLX250S, 2020
2020 YOM
KX100, 2020
2020 YOM
KX 85-I, 2019
2019 YOM
KX450, 2019
2019 YOM
KLX250S, 2019
2019 YOM
KX65, 2019
2019 YOM
KX85, 2019
2019 YOM
KX 85 II, 2019
2019 YOM
KX 100, 2019
2019 YOM
KX250, 2019
2019 YOM
KLX110, 2019
2019 YOM
KX 100, 2018
2018 YOM
KX 65, 2018
2018 YOM
KX 450F, 2018
2018 YOM
KLX250, 2018
2018 YOM
KLX450R, 2018
2018 YOM