This little bike has an excellent presentation for its dirtbike features.
The Kawasaki KX100 gets designed after its elder sibling, the Kawasaki KX450. The compact shroud and sharp mudguards of the KX450 are carried over to this motocrosser.
The radiator is neatly hidden in front of the engine, and the exhaust is visible on the left side of the bike.
The bike gets a distinctive shade of green with hints of black, which makes it eye-catching.
The KX100 has a seat height of 870 mm (2.85 feet) and a ground clearance of 330 mm (1 foot).
The KX100’s new bodywork and graphics strongly resemble the larger KX models, allowing young racers to look just like Ryan Villopoto and other Kawasaki heroes when leading the pack.
The updates in the front and rear fender designs add more to the bike’s looks.
Kawasaki KX100 is available in one colour:
Kawasaki KX100 is available in one variant:
A 99cc liquid-cooled, 2-stroke engine power the Kawasaki KX100 bike. A carburettor is used to feed the fuel. The engine is mated to a 6-speed transmission, generating 30 PS @ 9000rpm and 24 Nm of torque.
This bike has enough power to allow the rider to experience tail slides while negotiating track corners.
The handlebars on the KX100 can be adjusted for greater customisation. It can be increased by up to 10 mm, and it can also be moved forward and backwards by 10 mm.
This mini-motocrosser is designed to be the right size for youth and beginners to practice their motocross skills. It, on the other hand, only has a kick starter.
The bike is only 77kg in weight, so it is ideal for riders new to trail riding.
Riders can customise their riding position with an adjustable handlebar. Riders can select from six different handlebar positions.
Collars are available in three heights, and reversible handlebar clamps allow for two forward/reverse positions.
Kawasaki KX100 has a single shock rear suspension with a 33 mm telescopic fork front suspension. It also gets a Uni-Trak monoshock with 275mm of travel that is fully adjustable.
The bike is equipped with a 6-speed return manual transmission.
A single 220 mm disc assists the front brakes with dual pistons, and a single 184 mm disc assists the rear brakes with a single piston.