2012 KTM 450SX-F Factory Edition ReviewThis was the Dungey Replica that helped elevate KTM to a higher level in pro motocross. It was a special edition that was a preview of the 2013 model, and was a vast improvement over the standard 2012 450SX-F. It was a fuel-injected single overhead cam motor that was more or less based on the 450XC-W off-road bike that was released a few months earlier. This might be the only case where an off-road bike got new technology before the motocross version. The bike was light and fast, although the suspension was still criticized widely.
2015 Beta 350RR-S ReviewBeta started turning heads back in 2007 when it first started selling four-strokes with KTM motors. The first of the Beta-made four-stroke motors had excellent performance, but it wasn’t until they got fuel-injection that they really arrived. The first of these was the 350RR-S dual-sport in 2015. The 390, 430 and 500 got updated one year later. Beta continues to enjoy looser regulation and therefore a little more performance than other dual-sport bikes because of its status as a small manufacturer.
Apollo 125cc Dirt Bike ReviewApollo is a company best known for its various designs and best performances of dirt bikes and since 2005 they have been manufacturing a lot of great dirt bikes from cheap to expensive, different prices dirt bikes which you can buy according to your budget. This is a fairly nice Apollo dirt bike for it's price, and it makes a great beginner’s bike for a lot of teens and adults new to off-road biking. The kick start’s performance is excellent and the bike itself can get up to a decent bit of speed even with bigger users. With a rider of that type, it can still get up to the high 40s in miles per hour quite easily.
Honda CRF250X ReviewThe Honda CRF250X offers a blend of old-school capability with contemporary design to give riders a reliable dirt bike. The powerplant of the CRF250X is its liquid-cooled 249cc engine. This single four-stroke motor produces about 28 horsepower and 12,000 rpm. It has a five-speed transmission as well as a cable-actuated clutch that is light to operate.
Suzuki RM85 ReviewSuzuki mid-sized two-stroke dirt bike, the RM85, is an ideal model for juniors. It goes back to 2002 when it replaced the RM80. The RM85 included some of the successes of its predecessor, like the liquid-cooled two-stroke motor, aluminum frame, disc brakes, and progressive suspension. The 85cc motor delivers a commendable amount of low-end output and especially shines through the middle of the powerband. Riders will get a feel of a high-performing dirt bike but in a model that handles well and is easy to control. The motor on the RM85 is mated to a six-speed manual transmission and a long clutch lever.