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2016 50 Mini; KTMs absolute bottom-tier motocross trainer designed to ease brand new riders into the sport as safely (safety being a relative concept, it is still a motorsport) as possible. In spite of its size, this is no toy bike, and is built for serious (if adorable) competition.
The 50 SX is a true KTM for young MX riders aged from around four to 10 years old, up to a body height of 1.30m. A genuine motorcycle that, like its bigger siblings, is produced with quality components that make the 50 SX the first choice as a stepping stone into the MX world or for the first racing step on the ladder. With the youngster in mind this package is easy to control and has an engine that is distinguished by a steady power delivery, incorporating an automatic clutch that is ideal for novice riders. For MY 2016 the 50 SX presents itself with newly designed bodywork that provides better ergonomics and makes the bike even easier to ride
For 2016 the KTM 85 SX returns to the fray with the most powerful engine in its class matched with a super-lightweight and stable chassis. This junior class ripper is the perfect mount for those future champions fighting for victory, no matter the venue. New graphics and black wheels keep the 85 SX looking sharp and resemble the rest of the SX line. Its high performance cylinder with flow-optimized ports and a high-precision exhaust control valve provide the engine with unrivalled performance, and its top-quality chromoly steel frame and aluminum subframe make for a stable yet nimble chassis. It all makes for a truly Ready to Race 85 cc weapon.
Updates for 2016:
New graphics for 2016
Black wheels for 2016
2016 KTM 250 EXC
An unbeatable power-to-weight ratio, low purchase and ownership costs as well as straightforward technology make the 250 EXC the prime choice for extremely heavy enduro duty. The cutting-edge engine is started effortlessly via an electric starter and has been considered the most successful two-stroke power plant on the market. Best-in-class enduro performance combined with a perfectly geared six-speed transmission and DDS clutch make this engine the absolute top dog of its segment.
The 2016 KTM 350 SX-F motocross entry put a smile on my face as soon as I cracked the throttle open, suitable for riders who have the ability to pilot a powerful bike but without the strength to take on a 450.
In the past when riding the 350, it kind of felt like a fast 250F, which made it difficult to race against 450s. However in saying that, its a multiple MXGP World Championship winner in the hands of Antonio Cairoli, so in the right hands its a hugely capable machine.
Everything for 2016 is new: Chassis, suspension, bodywork and a more powerful fuel-injected engine. its also received an overall weight reduction of a touch over three kilograms. An essential point in the new construction was to create even more compact dimensions in order to achieve a more effective centralisation of mass for improved rideability.
The 450 and 500 EXC models are undisputedly the most powerful Enduro machines of their classes. Combining low weight and high displacement, high-tech SOHC (single overhead camshaft) 4-stroke technology is the right choice for all riders that are looking for maximum four-stroke performance, combined with playful handling for the E2 and E3 classes. These power-houses are without a doubt the benchmarks in their classes.