The Kawasaki KLX250SF Super Motard It doesn't matter if you're a novice or an experienced rider; both are prime candidates for a street ready 250cc Single. While this KLX250SF's sharp appearance revs anyone's fervor for fun and frolic, its refined lightweight package also meets the more basic needs of daily use.
Based on the reworked KLX250Sdual-purpose model, the SF trades that bike's plush off-road-oriented suspension and knobbies for firmed-up components that provide better pavement performance. Adhering to conventional supermoto practice, the KLX features 17-inch wheels, which, along with reduced suspension travel at both ends, offers more planted feel on the street. This one has knobby tires on it.
Novices will appreciate the SF's relatively low 33.7-inch seat, while skilled pilots stand to exploit the abundant cornering clearance and almost absurd attainable bank angles. The 249cc, liquid-cooled four-stroke powering the KLX is equipped with an electric starter and a gear-driven engine balancer, elevating its comfort and civility. n town or on tight backroads is where the KLX shines, exhibiting lightness and an almost uncanny handling ease. Clutch pull requires but a single finger, and the six-speed gearbox shifts smoothly and lightly. Beefed-up brakes are another supermoto attribute Kawasaki adapted to the KLX250SF. A single 300mm petal disc and twin-piston caliper up front work with a robust rear setup to easily haul the 293-pound machine down from speed. The 43mm inverted cartridge fork offers adjustable compression damping. This one has been fitted with a FMF pipe, it sounds awsome!!! Full serviced, and ready to ride!!!!