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Lightweight Dual Sport

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Best Dual-Sport 2013: Yamaha WR250R
…winner in this category, Kawasaki’s venerable KLR650 . But the WR250 is a lightweight dirt bike that doubles as a road bike en route to your favorite trails, and is a head above the rest in the quarter-liter dual-sport ranks. Dirt Bike News Headlines More Dirt Bike Motorcycle News
2008 Suzuki DR-Z400S Bike Test
" The 2008 Suzuki DR-Z400S is one of the most popular middle-weight dual-sports and one of the main reaons Suzuki sponsored the AMA National Dual Sport Trail Ride Series. King of the Understated. Suzuki is one of those companies where conforming to the latest hype isn't necessarily held in top priority…
2012 Honda CRF250L First Look
…yet. This May Honda will begin sales of the new CRF250L it teased at the 2011 Tokyo Motor Show. The CRF250L marks Honda’s first new small-bore dual sport since its 2009 CRF230L model. Americans will have to hop a jet to Japan to get their hands on this new 250 though, since Big Red doesn’t indicate…
AGV AX-8 Dual Helmet Review
The AGV AX-8 Dual is based on the off-road AX-8 helmet. A different visor, face shield and vents make up the changes. Adding a visor to a street bike helmet makes perfect sense, and adding a face shield to a dirt bike helmet has its place as well. Dual sport helmets are gaining popularity with riders…
2013 Kawasaki KLX250S Comparison
dual-sport class? Watch the 2013 Kawasaki KLX250S Comparison Video and see for yourself. Riders seeking a motorcycle that is as adept on pavement as it is when the road ends should consider Kawasaki’s KLX250S ($5099). Although it isn’t the newest thing on the street, Team Green’s entry-level dual-…
2009 Honda XR650L Project Bike Part 1
…set out to fill this niche. The Honda XR650L perfectly fitthe requirementsof a dual purpose bikewith a low price tag,andplenty pre-owned modelscould be had for $2500-3000. Exactly where the line is drawn between dual sport and adventure bike is pretty gray. I have had a number of people ask me that question…
2010 Yamaha WR250R Comparison
…achieve its peak power numbers. Although it pumped out the most power it made use of only one radiator as opposed to the dual setup on the KLX. In the zero-to-30 mph test the lightweight and grunt-happy CRF actually accelerated faster than the Yamaha by 0.1 second. But when you allow the WR to stretch its…
2008 Kawasaki KLX140 and KLX250S
…the dirtbike rule book. 2009 Kawasaki KLX250S A leaner, meaner and greener lightweight dual-sport machine The fun doesn't have to stop at pavement boundaries when riding Kawasaki's street legal KLX250S. This lightweight dual-purpose motorcycle is equally at home on the pavement or off-road and always…
Riding The Trans-America Trail
…first option for the TAT rider is to go light and fast, and trailer a 250-550cc dual-sport to the start of the TAT in Tennessee, and then run with a support crew, or eliminate camping all together. Most lighter dual-sports cannot run the TAT self-supported. The advantage of a lighter moto is that all…
2008 Suzuki DR650SE Comparison
…have plenty of bodywork to run interference, but the DR carries on Suzuki's tradition of rock-hard seats. The last time B. Madson tested a Suzuki dual-sport he crashed the beans out of a DR200. He was still willing to take the 650 into more off-road than he was with Kawasaki's beast. It has more zip to…
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