Dirt bike is motorcycle designed for use on rough terrains, such as unsurfaced roads or tracks, and used primarily in scrambling. It is a lightweight motorcycle intended for operation on unpaved surfaces. It was in the late 1800s when the motorcycle was invented. Since then, not only it became a mode of transportation, it used for racing as any vehicle would do.
If you are planning to get your first dirt bike, there are several brands that you can check. Apollo dirt bikes, Honda, Yamaha and KTM, are just a few brands in the market that you can opt for.
Apollo DB-36 RX250cc
Apollo is a company known as pit bikes and dirt bikes. They are producing a great, inexpensive alternative to the high priced, brand name bikes since 2005. They have a unique style all there own and provide a lot of bang for the buck.
The Apollo 250cc DB-36 Racing Pit Dirt Bike is where you’re going to want to start. As its name implies, this bike is for those who want to take their pit bike racing to the next step. Offering acceleration for days, and with a top speed of 70 MPH, the DB-36 houses its powerful engine in a lightweight, but very sturdy twin spare steel frame. If you’re serious about racing without hurting your wallet too much, this is where you will want to start.
KTM 250 SX-F
This bike is considered by many as the most competitive 250cc four-stroke on the market. KTM have claimed 10 of the last 11 MX2 world championship titles with this machine. The 2012-models onwards have electric starters that were also fitted as standard. With a smooth and usable power, it is effortless to ride at pace.
Honda stops the production of this model in 2007. Being the last two-stroke machine that Honda produced and the almost legendary status of the bike, the CR250 has built a cult following. If you do it right, owning a CR250 could be the cheapest way to get started in motocross – and it could even make you a bit of money in the end; if you find the right bike, these machines are going up in value. These bikes are amazingly reliable and beautiful to gaze upon. With impressive power, the CR250 provides a great feeling while riding.
This bike is known to be reliable, thanks to Yamaha’s impressive build quality. Renowned for its excellent handling capabilities, the YZ125 boasts arguably the best standard suspension setup of any motocross bike. The YZ125 may not be the fastest bike in its engine class, but it might well be the most fun for your buck. The YZ125 is a two-stroke machine perfect for those just getting started in the sport.