Who made Kawasaki Dirt bikes?
Shozo Kawasaki made dirt bikes.
No blinkers, no headlights, no brake lights,not quiet,not LEGAL Many dirt bikes are also street bikes. In fact, I know that Yamaha makes several, as my father has one. Those are legal, but I think they have to be approved. And you still have to get a motorcycle licence. As far as dirt bikes, such as mine (Kawasaki KLX110) you would most likely be told to not ride that on the road.
There is Yamaha Honda ktm kawasaki suzuki gasgas and some others. those are real dirtbikes though, but some companys make little crappy electric ones too There is Yamaha Honda ktm and kawasaki. There are several types of DIRT BIKES (motorized). You have (trials, speedway, flattrack, motocross, enduros, hill-climbing) I might have missed 1 or 2, but, with-in each type of dirt bike category there are several models or brands. Please select the type of dirt…
The types of dirt bikes are race bikes, freestyle, off road (cross country and desert), dual sport and play bikes. Some of the different manufacturers are:Aprilia, BMW, CCM, Cobra, Ducati,, Gas Gas, Honda, Husaberg, Husqvarna, Kawasaki, Polini, Suzuki, TM Racing, Vertemati, VORand Yamaha that are all active dirt bike manufacturers. There are also numerous companies that no longer manufacture dirt bikes.
There are several different "types" of dirt bikes! For brands there are Honda, Yamaha, Suzuki, Kawasaki, KTM, Gasgas, Aprilia, ATK, etc. For displacement, the most common ones are 50cc, 85cc, 100cc, 125cc, 150cc, 200cc, 225cc, 250cc, 350cc, 400cc, 450cc, 500cc, 600cc, 650cc, and even 700cc! As for actual types of dirt bikes there are motocross bikes, enduro (dual-sport) bikes, trials bikes, trail bikes, and many variations and setups like desert, dunes, ice, supercross, etc. Ride…
What are the different brands of dirt bikes I've got KTM Yamaha Honda Kawasaki and Suzuki... is there anymore?
Old Honda bikes were by far the best like the xr bikes. The new Honda bikes are garbage and kawasaki is starting to pass them up. Honda rules the ATV market that's why they outsell everybody else. If you want to buy a bike get a Yamaha though. I have owned my fair share of bikes and from what i have seen Yamaha is by far the best quility and the most reliable.
Sport bikes are not made for tall people but there are two bikes that are bigger than your 600cc and 1000cc bikes. One is the Suzuki 1300 Hayabusa and the other is the Kawasaki 1400 Ninja. I am 6'5 and have owned both but the Kawasaki fits me better and is superior to the Suzuki if it is 2012 or newer.