Honda Off-Road Designed for riders at every level, the CRF/F series is ideal for exploring the back-country, the dunes and everything in between. The Battle-ready CRF/R series from Honda is a championship-winning bikes with powerful engines, light frames, and the best handling, most reliable bikes around. Take the fight to your competition. Emerge victorious.
Kawasaki Dirt BikesFor whatever reason, if you over-rev the bike on rough, technical obstacles, the Yamaha starts feeling twitchy, nervous and a bit unpredictable. Things start happening real quick, your heart rate doubles and your work load intensifies - things just seem to start working against you. But hit the same bumps and the same obstacles at the same speed but at a much lower rpm, the Yamaha feels 10-times calmer, more predictable and more stable overall, resulting in a more confident ride and lower lap times.
Suzuki Dirt BikesFrom the new SFF front fork, to the tip of the exhaust, we've made these proven MX and SX champions even tougher to beat. If you're not on a new RM-Z...you'll be behind one. Champion Tested. Champion Developed. Champion Approved. Champions Choose Suzuki...and Suzuki supports future champions! In addition to all the high-tech features and race-winning performance of the 2013 RM-Z models, Suzuki offers the best amateur racing program around!
Kawasaki Off-RoadThe KX™450F has been updated for 2013 to help continue its back-to-back string of recent championships. The string began with Monster Energy Kawasaki’s Ryan Villopoto winning both the 2011 Supercross and 2011 Motocross titles, followed by leading the U.S. team to an overall victory at the Motocross of Nations, then Villopoto’s absolute domination of the Monster Energy Cup —which also earned him the Monster Million. Last but not least, Villopoto recently defended his Supercross title by winning the 2012 championship on his KX450F!