Off-Road Motorcycle Reviews
Dirtbikes (also trail bikes) are off-road motorcycles that are lightweight and feature rugged suspension and knobby tires to get traction off the pavement. MX stands for motocross, the sport of all-terrain racing on outdoor circuits. Motocross is a contraction of motorcycle and cross country. The long-travel suspension on MX bikes enables incredible speed over even harsh off-road conditions and massive triple-jumps. Supercross is a variation of motocross that is raced on indoor or stadium circuits. SX got its name from an original event in Los Angeles during the 1970s that was called the Superbowl of Motocross.
Husqvarna announced a completely redesigned two-stroke and four-stroke
The RMX450Z enduro is back for 2017, rejoining Suzuki’s
After a complete redesign in 2016, the big KX impressed us with its new, slim chassis, strong mid-range power and much-improved handling,
Who would’ve thought Yamaha would have more off-road specific competition models than all three of their Japanese rivals combined?
Do you and your dirt bike suffer from SAD – Seasonal Affective Disorder?
After the fun we had sampling the YZ250FX, you can bet we were thrilled to be invited to ride the 2016 Yamaha YZ450FX.
Yamaha announced several new or updated 2016 models including the new YZF-R1S.
The 2016 Suzuki RM-Z250 may look the same as the 2015 model but in truth it is a much different motorcycle.
When it comes to power, the new CRF250R is ready and willing to duke it out with anything else in its class.
The 2016 Kawasaki KX450F is 7.5 lbs. lighter than the previous model and a whole lot more fun to ride.
Hop aboard the 2016 Yamaha YZ250F after riding the 2015 model, and you might find they don’t feel much different.
Last year, Honda made excellent strides with its flagship CRF450R
The 2016 Yamaha YZ450F is still fast, but it is now easier to ride than ever, and it handles better than the 2015 model.
Yamaha throws out a surprise in the form of a new two-stroke off-road racer, the YZ250X