Take the latest two-stroke 250s from KTM and Yamaha and see which is best. Can the old-school Yamaha still be a match for the latest KTM?
Former British two-stroke champion Dave Willet has loads of experience with both bikes and compares them to see which is best for different riders.
Issue 18 of the FREE MotoHead magazine App is here and ready for you to download right now! And it’s packed with content that’s not on the website or social media. Read it here first! This month we have our full test on all the new 2019 KTM range, plus
KTM 125 SX
The powerful KTM 125 SX has been the market leader in this segment for many years now. And there is good reason for this – with a completely new chassis and power delivered by a lightweight high-performance 2-stroke engine with
a power valve and 6-speed transmission, the KTM 125
KTM’s new 2019 motocross range of the 2-stroke KTM 125 SX, KTM 150 SX and KTM 250 SX, comprised with the 4-stroke KTM 250 SX-F, KTM 350 SX-F and KTM 450 SX-F powerhouse have improved engines to provide more efficient performance. Taking a brief look at the new generation’s benefits
KTM has revealed its 2018 Factory Edition racer which will form the basis of the 2019 production range, with an all-new frame, bodywork and heavily revised single-cam engine.
The bike, launched in the USA today, is officially a 2018 model with lots of Powerparts products, called the Factory Edition. This makes