Off-road motorcycles include the Husqvarna TE 449, KTM 300XC-W, Kawasaki KX450F, Suzuki RMX450Z, Aprilia RXV 5.5 and Zero X.
Off-Road motorcycles cover a fairly large segment of two-wheelers, but they all have one thing in common they perform best when the pavement is gone. Sometimes called dirt bikes or trail bikes, off-road motorcycles offer users the chance to get a little dirty and experience terrain inaccessible for typical on-road bikes. From meandering trails in the woods to crawling over massive rocks to clearing massive triple jumps on a motocross track, there is almost no end to the terrain off-road motorcycles can navigate. While these bikes include everything from low-displacement funsters to imposing desert racers, most every off-road motorcycle features rugged suspension and knobby tires to help get you where you want to go.
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