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2014 CRF-250R Review

By Brendan Lutes It happens every few years—bikes get updated and old models go the way of the Dodo. And for 2014, that is exactly...

KTM 450SX-F

A completely new, significantly lighter engine, featuring groundbreaking injection technology, guarantees brutal yet controllable power. Packed into a chassis, which has been improved massively...

KTM 350SX-F

For 2 years now, the KTM 350 SX?F has been demonstrating that races are not decided by displacement. This unique bike supplies the power and performance...

KTM 250SX

It doesn't always have to be a four-stroke. The 2013 KTM 250 SX has raised the bar to another level in its class and is now a formidable...

KTM 50SX

A real KTM for the smallest of future MX champions. The 40 kg (87.7lb), lightweight 2013 KTM 50 SX sets standards in terms controllability and...

Honda CRF 450R

This is a machine built exclusively for racing on a closed course, whether it be supercross or motocross. Honda changed the rear shock linkage so...

Honda CRF450X

Taking its inspiration from Honda’s revolutionary CRF450R Motocross machine, the CRF450X gets Honda’s magical touches that transform it into the king of the trail....

Honda CRF250R

The best-handling bike in the 250 class just got a whole lot better. That’s because Honda’s CRF250R is all new for 2014, with a...

Honda CRF250X

Using technology from our National-Championship-winning MX machines, the CRF250X is powered by a four-stroke Unicam® engine specially modified for off-road riding. We’ve also tuned...

Honda CRF150R

Honda’s CRF150R is, hands down, the best MX machine in the Mini Class. Designed around a four-stroke powerplant that showcases plenty of Honda technology...