Kawasaki has expanded its off-road lineup with the new 2021 Kawasaki KX250X Dirt Motorcycle. Kawasaki has a long history of off-road racing. The new cross-country racer KX250 motocross racer has championship-winning performance and factory-style equipment. Still, it includes X-specific engine tuning and suspension settings, enduro-type tires with 21/18 inch wheels and practical standards such as side stands. Features included. And skid plate.
The new 2021 KX250X is a competitive off-road motorcycle designed for the rising stars in the XC2 250 Pro or Pro 2 class. The 249cc Liquid Cold, Four-Stroke Engine, Slim Aluminum Perimeter Frame, Top of the Line KYB Suspension Parts, Hydraulic Clutch, and Electric Start is the ultimate combination of the Championship Winning Package, built from the famous Motor Cross winning race. The KX250 is best suited for experienced riders of motorcycles and off-road races.
2021 Kawasaki KX250X Dirt Motorcycle – Features and Specs
The KX250X is engineered with race-winning components to help Kawasaki riders win in all off-road and cross-country racing environments. The performance of Kawasaki’s KX motorbikes is a testament to its engineering prowess from showroom to race track.
- Off-road specific suspension settings tuned for robust KX250 engine off-road competition
- Single Finger Follower Valve Process on a Powerful, High Ring 249cc Liquid Cold 4-Stroke Engine
- Injectors in pairs
- Hydraulic clutch with cond disc spring
- It starts with electricity.
The two-stroke, single-cylinder, DOHC, water-cooled 249cc lightweight engine package was developed with factory race team input and featured excellent engine mapping and settings for off-road racing. The 2021 Kawasaki KX250X Dirt Motorcycle engine has an electronic start system that operates with a single button and is powered by a small but powerful Li-ion battery.
Kawasaki Motorcycles used the concepts of Kawasaki World Superbike experts to bring top-level road racing technology to the 2021 Kawasaki KX250X Dirt Motorcycle valve train. Finger follower valve activation enables larger valve diameters and more excellent aggressive cam profiles.
The two-stroke, single-cylinder, DOHC, water-cooled 249cc lightweight engine package was developed with floor race team input and featured excellent engine mapping and settings for off-road racing. The 2021 Kawasaki KX250X Dirt Motorcycle engine has an electronic system that operates with a single button and is powered by small Li-ion power.
Kawasaki used expert concepts from Kawasaki World Superbike for the top-level road racing technology computer in the KX250X valve train. The finger follower valve allows larger valve diameters and more aggressive profiles.
For 2021, the industry-leading slim aluminum parameter frame is brand new, providing accurate cornering thanks to exceptional front-end feel and ultimate agility when riding at high speeds. The robust and lightweight frame is made up of forged, extruded, and cast sections; the powerful engine acts as a pressure member that adds to the rigidity of the frame.
Brakes and suspensions
The front forks are high-performance KYB 48mm coil springs with large diameter inner tubes that are the same size as those used by Kawasaki’s factory racing team but with better spring rates and damping settings for off-road riding. Large damping pistons can be easily used in forks for smooth movement and firm damping. Kashima fork tubes are coated to reduce wear and abrasion while improving performance.
A new Uni-Trak® linkage system at the rear has been engineered to work with KYB Shock, Aluminum Frame, and Swing Arm. The bottom swing arm linkage enables a longer rear suspension stroke and more accurate rear suspension tuning. The KYB rear shock has dual compression adjustable capability, resulting in the different tuning of high-speed and low-speed damping. Kashima is coated to prevent shock wear and friction, resulting in a smooth suspension action.
Components of KX250X
The KX250X includes many cross-country components, including a combination of 21 “front and 18” rear wheels and Dunlop GEOMAX AT81 tires, which were selected for maximum performance in off-road racing conditions. A solid plastic skid plate and a side stand are also cross-country-specific components.
Ergonomics and adjustable ERGO-FIT® components
With its ERGO-FIT® adjustable handlebar mounting system and footpegs to fit a variety of riders and riding styles, Kawasaki will continue its unparalleled commitment to delivering riders with class-leading comfort. The KX250X comes standard factory design with a 1-1 / 8 “aluminum Renthal® Fatbar® handlebar. The handlebar-mounted can be adjusted in four ways.
Ergonomics and powerable ERGO-FIT® components
With its ERGO-FIT® adjustable handlebar mounting system and footpegs to fit a variety of rides and ride styles, Kawasaki is committed to its exemplary commitment to delivering rides with class-leading comfort. Keep going The KX250X soccer design comes standard with a 1-1 / 8 “aluminum renthal® foot bar handlebar.
2021 Kawasaki KX250X Dirt Motorcycle – Price
The new 2021 Kawasaki KX250X Dirt Bike is available at $8,399 only.
2021 Kawasaki KX250X Dirt Motorcycle – Technical Specifications
|Type||4-Stroke, DOHC, Liquid Cooled, 4-Valve, Single|
|Bore & Stroke||78 mm x 52.2 mm|
|Fuel System||DFI® w/Keihin 44mm Throttle Body & Dual Injectors|
|Ignition||Digital DC CDI|
|Front Wheel Travel||12.4 in.|
|Rear Wheel Travel||12.4 in.|
|Front Tire Size||80/100-21|
|Rear Tire Size||110/100-18|
|Front Suspension||48mm Inverted, Coilspring Fork including Adjustable Compression and Rebound Damping|
|Rear Suspension||Uni-Trak® w/ Adjustable Preload, Adjustable Dual-range (Low/High Speed)|
Dimension and Weight
|Front Brake||Type Semi-Floating 270mm Disc|
|Rear Brake Type||240mm Disc|
|Fuel Tank Capacity||1.64 gal.|
|Ground Clearance||13.0 in.|
|Seat Height||37.2 in.|
|Weight Without Fuel||230.2 lb.|
|Curb Weight||240.2 lb.|