KAWASAKI KX65 2011 - 2012
KAWASAKI KX65 (2011 - 2012) Description & History: Loaded with all the nifty features of a diminutive racing bike, the 2011 Kawasaki KX65 is the perfect choice if you are looking for a motorcycle to teach your kid the basics of motocross. The small size and lightweight construction of the 2011 KX65 provide easy handling and your kid will be able to effortlessly control the bike, while the 6-speed gearbox will make him or her get used to shifting.
The 2-stroke engine packs quite some punch and the 2011 KX65 is both fun and thrilling to ride, without being intimidating, though. Comfort and traction are ensured by the adjustable suspensions, making easy to set up the bike for various riders and yet retain all the performance. With race-inspired graphics, the kids will surely love to learn how to ride the 2011 KX65.
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