Topic: Fell in love with a new bike today - 2020 Yamaha 125 x  (Read 3018 times)

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Been wanting a dirt bike and been  trying them on for size . I believe a 125 2 stroke would fit my bill .
I believe  a 250cc might  get me in trouble,  haha .
If i get a 4 stroke a 250 for sure , but ripping thru the gears on the lighter bike is what im taking about .
Im not racing anyone  but out to do above trail riding  . The adventure and trail bikes wont cut it for what  i want .
I need a full floater top notch  suspension to suck up the roughness.  I believe anything  else will jar me .

Anyone  riding  this bas a$$ machine  ?
« Last Edit: 11/21/19 08:25PM by H-2 Charlie »
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No, but now you made me want one too. Thanks!
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 Wait till you sit on it . The suspension does not squish down and bottom out . It seems to be a top notch competition machine  out of the box , better then the rest it seems to me .
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 Wait till you sit on it . The suspension does not squish down and bottom out . It seems to be a top notch competition machine  out of the box , better then the rest it seems to me .

Nice bike.  The 250 will have better torque and be easier to ride.

Also, they are mostly unchanged since about 2006 so you can get a used one, redo the suspension and have a custom fit.

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Nope!!!! The 250 is actually easier to ride that bike is a firecracker-racer and requires you to keep the rpms up high to make it run correct You will hate it I recommend  the KTM350 dual sport my kids just bought one and love it!
« Last Edit: 12/11/19 10:52PM by Rd Todd »
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