Enduro motorcycles

Class:
enduro motorcycles Motoland XR250 ENDURO

Motoland XR250 ENDURO

Enduro

Volume: 250 CC

enduro motorcycles Kayo T4 250 ENDURO

Kayo T4 250 ENDURO

Enduro

Volume: 250 CC

enduro motorcycles Kayo T2 250 ENDURO

Kayo T2 250 ENDURO

Enduro

Volume: 223 CC

enduro motorcycles Kayo T6 250 ENDURO

Kayo T6 250 ENDURO

Enduro

Volume: 250 CC

enduro motorcycles Kayo K4 MX

Kayo K4 MX

Enduro

Volume: 250 CC

enduro motorcycles GR 2 250 Enduro OPTIMUM 21/18

GR 2 250 Enduro OPTIMUM 21/18

Enduro

Volume: 250 CC

enduro motorcycles BMW G 310 GS

BMW G 310 GS

Enduro

Volume: 313 CC

enduro motorcycles Kawasaki KLX250

Kawasaki KLX250

Enduro

Volume: 249 CC

enduro motorcycles Kayo T2-G 250 ENDURO

Kayo T2-G 250 ENDURO

Enduro

Volume: 223 CC

enduro motorcycles Wels MX250R

Wels MX250R

Enduro

Volume: 250 CC

enduro motorcycles Husqvarna 701 Enduro

Husqvarna 701 Enduro

Enduro

Volume: 692.7 CC

enduro motorcycles Minsk x250

Minsk x250

Enduro

Volume: 225 CC

Class motorcycles

Enduro motorcycles are very similar to cross-country motorcycles, but they have their own features, such as an enlarged gas tank, an engine tuned for reliability and durability, and protective structural elements. Enduro motorcycles combine a long-stroke suspension inherited from cross-country motorcycles with engines of increased motor life. Some enduro motorcycles are certified to ride on public roads. The enduro engine is usually a single-cylinder two-stroke engine with a volume of 125, 250, 400, 450 or from 650 cc.

A large and powerful engine is not always an advantage, in heavy off-road conditions, low-capacity enduro motorcycles are preferable, which are lighter and more maneuverable.

Which enduro to choose depends on the operating conditions. It is customary to distinguish enduro motorcycles into several types: light, heavy turanduro or sports hard enduro.

Here is a large part of the new enduro motorcycles, which today can be purchased from authorized dealers.