Do you need insurance for a dirt bike?
Well when you race in like crmc you do need insurance and just riding the road and the pit and things like that you might want insurance just in case you do fall and you break a leg and if you get your bike stolen.
Try looking at Bike Sure for the insurance. They specialize in niche bike insurance such as this - http://www.bikesure.co.uk
I have a CRF 250X that was given to me but there was no mention of a title or a need for one - Do you need a title to sell a dirt bike?
"In many ways, motorcycle, dirt bike, and motocross insurance is very similar to regular automobile insurance. The different insurance options that vary from region by region and market by market can offer coverage for injuries to the rider and others, damage to property, and damage to the bike and its parts."
To ride on private land you need, a dirt bike. To ride on public land you need a plate and 3rd party liability insurance. (State Farm is the only one I can find). You are allowed to ride on roads if the local gov't has passed by-laws allowing it. http://www.e-laws.gov.on.ca/html/statutes/english/elaws_statutes_90o04_e.htm. Have a read.
By dirt bike do you mean and enduro bike or a motocross bike or some other bike at all? For any bike except motocross bike you definitely need license, and for motocross bike you don't, because you can't ride it on the streets at all... You can only use it in motocross tracks and for that you need to have a special permit...
No matter what dirt bike you are riding you will want to install the switch via the ignition coil. Obviously based on the dirt bike you will need to find a convenient place for the key switch but make sure you run it through the ignition coil. Especially if you have both a electric and kick start on your dirt bike.
To legalize a dirt bike in the state of Minnesota, the bike has to have a headlight, tail light, brake light and blinkers. The bike will also have to have the capability of traveling at least 45 miles per hour. A title will have to be obtained from the Department of Motor Vehicles and the rider will have to show proof of insurance to get the bike registered.