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Motorcycles for sale in Gresham, Oregon
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Top-quality, CNC-machined triple clamps have been something of a KTM trademark. Ensuring a precise handling, they perceptibly support the flex characteristics, and with it, the fork's action.
High Tech Race WeaponAn exhilarating, high-revving power delivery and a lightweight and agile chassis, make the FC 250 a true contender in 250 4-stroke racing at all levels worldwide. The 14,000 rpm rev limit and peak power at well over 40 horsepower are benchmark performance figures. High quality standard equipment includes electric start, a hydraulic clutch, Brembo brakes and a handlebar-mounted map switch.
I have for sale my 2015 Yamaha FZ-07. This bike has 1,990 miles, has never rode in the rain and has always been parked in my garage. I have the paperwork from when i purchased it plus both set of keys. TITLE IN HAND! I added an after market full system Yoshimura carbon fiber and stainless steel exhaust (sounds fantastic) and a rear fender eliminator. This bike still looks factory new! I'll throw in a $150 helmet, yours free. I am asking $6,200. You can get ahold of me via phone, text, or email.Chris
With the 450 SX-F, KTM has a winning motorcycle in its range, which derives its potential from a high-capacity engine and a chassis perfectly tuned to the power unit. The 450 SX-F is the number one choice for the official KTM factory team in the AMA Championship. No wonder; the compact SOHC engine guarantees brutal yet controllable power with its revolutionary injection technology. Above all, the 450 SX-F scores highly compared with other large 4-strokes in terms of performance and handling. Ideal for every motocrosser who sees plenty of torque, ample on-tap power and a controllable ride as their complete package.
Proven Performance and DurabilityWith a bulletproof and torquey powerplant at its core, the Raptor 350 boasts the features and performance coveted by sport ATV riders, including lightweight, nimble handling, six-speed transmission with reverse and more.
The TC 65 will be the first time many young riders experience a full race bike featuring a manual clutch and gearbox. This transition is made easy with a hydraulic clutch and precise 6-speed gearbox. The TC 65 features the same level of quality found on the larger motocross range with premium components fitted as standard.
The best-value ATV in the mid-size sport class, it's performance is driven by a 195cc two-stroke engine with a six-speed transmission. Long recognized by experts as the best-value sport ATV, the Blaster delivers the type of razor-sharp performance often found in pricier competitive machines. The Blaster is not only the lightest sport ATV on the market, but also boasts the shortest wheelbase at 43.3", making it one of the quickest and most nimble packages in the industry. Which, of course, means serious fun for you.
The RM-Z250 continues to evolve for 2016, delivering a higher level of performance with suspension and frame advancements to improve its already class-leading handling, the addition of Suzuki Holeshot Assist Control (S-HAC), and extensive engine upgrades, bringing over 80 redesigned internal engine parts to the 2016 RM-Z250.KYB Suspension - The 2016 RM-Z250’s suspension has been completely redesigned for improved handling, reduced weight and increased overall performance. The new PSF2 air fork eliminates the coil spring, the heaviest part of a spring fork, resulting in a 1kg weight savings, and adjusting the suspension is now as simple as adding or subtracting air.Suzuki Holeshot Assist Control (S-HAC) - Designed for ease of use and maximum control of power to the ground, S-HAC lets you match the engine’s power delivery to the starting conditions. A new, three-stage version of S-HAC fitted to the 2016 RM-Z250 adjusts the ignition map for the initial moment of launch, then re-adjusts timing for the time the motorcycle moves through the starting gate area, then another adjustment is applied during the longer primary acceleration period.Redesigned Frame - Designed to improve the RMZ-Z250’s already outstanding handling characteristics, the 2016 frame has been modified resulting in greater cornering and straight line performance. Overall frame weight has been lowered by 2.5%.Suzuki Amateur Racing Support – Suzuki has been the choice of champions for many years, and we continue to support future champions through our Suzuki Contingency Program, Trackside Support, and Suzuki’s Camp Carmichael. Visit racesuzuki.com for more information on Suzuki’s Amateur Support Program and join Team Suzuki today!
We build Factory Editions. Championship winning bikes, like this one. Thanks to its compact SOHC (single overhead camshaft) engine delivering explosive but controllable power, it is the weapon of choice for our Factory Teams around the world. Experts will notice its revolutionary WP AER 48 forks, the anodized triple clamps and sprocket, its upgraded Akrapovic muffler, the orange frame or the D.I.D DirtStar rims. The rest will only see a blur blasting past. Is it Ryan Dungey? Possibly. Or it could be you.
The 250 SX-F Factory Edition, the lightest and best performing bike in its class, is the right choice for both amateur and professional riders. The combination of a powerful and torquey engine in a lightweight and agile chassis is key to its success. A 14.000 rpm redline, factory spec WP AER 48 forks, orange anodized triple clamps and sprocket, an FMF muffler, launch control and Excel rims: this small bore superstar based on the prestigious 250 SX-F has what it takes to take on the big guns. And take them out.
PROOF in Five Back-to-Back Titles The KX™450F has been updated for 2013 to help continue its back-to-back string of recent championships. The string began with Monster Energy® Kawasaki’s Ryan Villopoto winning both the 2011 Supercross and 2011 Motocross titles, followed by leading the U.S. team to an overall victory at the Motocross of Nations, then Villopoto’s absolute domination of the Monster Energy Cup — which also earned him the Monster Million. Last but not least, Villopoto recently defended his Supercross title by winning the 2012 championship on his KX450F!
With a revolutionary twin-muffler exhaust system that centralizes mass and improves handling in the whoops and rhythm sections, the new CRF250R screams into 2006 with the ultimate, 125-class-conquering combination of huge horsepower (thanks to the twin-pipe and an all-new 40 mm carb) and sharper-than-ever track-carving capability. Look for it on podiums all across the country.