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Answered 2011-06-19 03:38:25

my dad ways 190lbs when he was on a 250cc

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I believe you should get a 250cc dirtbike


how fast does 250cc Orion dirt bike go


I had a 250cc for my first bike when i was 12, but now im 14 and got a 400cc bike.


Dirt Bike or Street? Dirt Bike 250cc will be okay if you are beginner. It really goes by skill level. 4-Stroke motocross bike 250cc will be plenty. You will be able to jump everything. Street, you will outgrow it very quickly.


the best dirt bike would be a 250cc 2 stroke


seat height is 39 inches of the ground


Well it all depends what size 85cc - 100lb125cc - 100-200lb250cc - 150-220lb450cc - 180 - 250lb



haha i no what dirt bike i should get i should get a short dirt bike cause I'm short lol it wouldn't be smart 2 get a tall dirt bike now would it haha id fell over:)


No, compare the sound to a chainsaw or an old 250cc Yamaha dirt bike, no comparison


A dirt bike can range from 100-300 pounds. It all depends on the size of the engine, the large 530cc bikes will weigh the most while the small 50cc bike will weigh the least.



A KTM 250sx is the worlds fastest 250 2 stroke dirtbike.


yh it is :) They make a 250cc ninja and a 400cc dirtbike. So it depends on what you own.


A 420 is slot bigger and is slot faster and also more expensive


That depends on what you are using it for. Obviously, if you are dirt biking, you should use a dirt bike, and otherwise use a street bike. Start out with what you are going to use the most - dirt (freestyle) or street racing.


poket bikes are gay. go with the dirt Dirt bike, definitely!


Snowboard because its better than a dirt bike.


Depending on the type of racing you would like to get into and how far you are willing to travel will determine where you can race your dirt bike. If you are interested in racing locally, returning to a store that carries this bike (or from whom you purchased the bike) will likely be able to point you in the right direction. Otherwise, a dirt bike magazine or a browsing online for locations near you will help to narrow your search.


Yeah if they have the right size dirt bike and gear



The first serious Honda dirt bike was the 'Elsinore', released in 1970. The bike later became available in a trail version. The SL125 was the first genuine trail bike released by Honda and was soon re-released with a 250cc engine. The SL's went on to become the XL range in 1973.


Depends on the make, model and gearing but most 250's will run between 65-75 mph.