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Buying a Dirt Bike

Firstly what are you allowed to ride? To begin with racing leagues are set up dependent on age of the rider. If the rider is quite young than it is more likely that they will be categorised for racing. These will also be restricted to how big the bike they can ride is. For example the youngest of riders will not be allowed to ride anything larger than say a 50cc or 85cc bike.

However once you get older there are leagues set up dependent on the size of bike you ride or your ability.

So check beforehand with your local organisation what the regulations are for you to enter the race. After this you are ready to look into buying a bike.

Depending on what you are allowed to ride there are many different manufacturers of dirt bikes out there for you to choose from, and a lot of them have many options when it comes to after market parts for your bike.

However again, if you are looking to modify your bike, make sure that you can enter into a league which allows you to do this, as some leagues will be set up for factory bikes (standard).

The main manufacturers for you to choose from are the likes of KTM, Kawasaki, Gas Gas and Honda dirt bikes. There are also many more to choose from which will have similar build quality and performance specs to match these.

So look into these different manufacturers and decide which bike is best for you, once you have purchased your bike all I can say is happy riding!


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