Riding the 250F green motocrosser
“Suspension setup on the Kawasaki was quick and simple, and getting it to where I was happy with it didn’t involve a lot of adjustments. —Michael Wicker
Occasional notchy shifting
Three DT1 air filter changes, one oil and oil filter change, and three bike washes
The seat time I have gotten on the 2018 KX250F has been a new experience for me as Kawasaki is one of the few brands I have not personally owned or ridden consistently.
The Green 250F Has Arrived With Some Update For 2018 Kawasaki invited us out to Cahuilla Creek MX in Anza, California to spin laps on the new 2018 KX250F model. For this year, Kawasaki changed several engine parts including the thro...
Last year the Kawasaki got third overall, but this year the 2016 KX250F slipped a position to fourth overall (3rd Runner Up) in the 2016 Dirt Rider 250F MX Shootout. The 2016 KX-F had zero performance changes from the ’15 model. The...
Motocross Bike Long Haul Update “The Kawasaki has good stability, a strong motor, and ergonomics that are easy to get along with.” —Ricky Yorks Pete Peterson Primary use: Motocross Main Mods: Currently stock but working on a list of...
Motocross Bike Long Haul Update “One of the things I noticed was how much the bike liked to lean in corners, particularly rutted ones.” —Michael Wicker Pete Peterson Primary use: Motocross Main Mods: No mods, yet Moment of Glory: Ge...