Tuesday, 14 February 2012

2012 Kawasaki KX 65 Motocross

Small but powerful, aggressive, and responsive, that's 2012 Kawasaki KX 65 motocross motorcycle. As one of the light weight "motocross" series from Kawasaki, 2012 KX 65 has made for all new riders or young riders who need a friendly motorcycles for practice even for fun only. Almost the same with another small engine motocross from Kawasaki, 2012 KX 65 also has powered by small engine capacity, it has 64cc of engine capacity with 2-stroke engine type, and digital ignition for better response. It's more fun than 4-stroke motocross bikes in the same class of engine capacity. You have to know that in transmission system, 2012 Kawasaki KX 65 also has equipped with 6 speed transmission, it's looks close-ratio type and can deliver a high torque and fast acceleration with right gears number. So here we go the bike design.

2012 Kawasaki KX 65
2012 Kawasaki KX 65 Main Features
- 64cc of engine capacity
- 2-stroke engine with single cylinder
- Liquid-cooled
- Digital ignition (CDI)
- Six speed transmission
- High-tensile steel and semi-double-cradle of frame
- Disc brakes system on the both side
- 29.9 in. of seat height
- 132.2 lbs. of curb weight
- Uni-Trak rear suspension
- Forged aluminum rocker arm reduces weight and improves durability
- Light weight aluminum rims
- Removable silencer, and more.

As you can see that 2012 Kawasaki KX 65 is fine small motocross from Kawasaki that has comes with many features, if I have to tell the truth, there is no special thing from this bike, but I like the small engine type, 2-stroke bike, light weight and of course it's cheaper than another Kawasaki motocross line-up. There is not the same between KX series, for example the 2012 Kawasaki KX 65 has comes with 2-stroke engine, and it's looks made for helping the small engine, but let see the 2012 Kawasaki KX 250F series, this bike has comes with 4-stroke engine DOCH with only 5 speed transmission!!.

If you want to ride a motocross series and if you feel that you can't ride it with right, you can try the 2012 Kawasaki KX 65 product, it has light of weight, lower seat height, friendly handling, smooth engine performance delivery, and cheap enough for beginners motocross riders. Good luck and keep always safety ride.


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