Kawasaki’s all-new 2019 KX450 has a new electric-start motor that pumps out 3.3bhp more, has a hydraulic clutch and is claimed to weight less than any rival Japanese 450 – although it’s still heavier than KTM and Husqvarnas.
The motor is lighter, the aluminium beam frame is slimmer, there are new
Julien Lieber had a great weekend in his home GP at Lommel last weekend; he claimed his fifth MX2 podium of the season, was selected as a member of the Belgian team for the upcoming Motocross of Nations and signed a contract to race the factory Kawasaki KX450-SR next season
Tommy Searle rode his bike yesterday for the first time after five months off to recover from knee surgery. He put in some saddle time at his friend Ed Warren's private track with a few pals.
He said he was really happy to be back riding and his knee felt good with
Until Friday 30th June 2017, the four-stroke KX450F is available on a 0% APR Hire Purchase finance offer over 36 months with a minimum deposit of 10% of the retail price of £6849 – meaning it could cost as little as £171 a month over three years with a £693
Kawasaki take a production 2017 KXF450 and a factory bike and explain the key differences between the two.
Former US 250 Supercross champion Wil Hahn talks about he he sets up his Kawasaki KXF450 for Supercross that he's racing in Australia this weekend.
Pro Circuit has revealed new T-6 and Ti-6 exhaust systems for the 2017 KX250F and KX450F which now include improved muffler packing designed to be more heat resistant, keeping the exhaust at optimal performance for as long as possible. The Ti-6 Pro Titanium Exhaust System is designed to provide improved performance plus meet