The KX250 four-stroke was launched in 2004 and has been continually developed ever since. A winning machine in MX2 and Supercross at international level and equally successful in national and club racing, the KX250 is a formidable racing machine.
At the final step in the MX competition ladder before the pinnacle of MXGP the KX250 displays agility, power and predictability plus season-long durability and easy maintenance and is “first choice” for many individual riders and racing teams across the world.
Continual development to maintain the most impressive race-long performance on the market with enviable durability has always been the aim of Kawasaki engineers and the 2021 KX250 features a new engine with amended bore and stroke to increase power output and offer even smoother power delivery while finger-follower valve actuation, as already featured on the KX450, enables a higher rev limit and more aggressive cams.
Complemented by a lightweight slim line aluminium perimeter frame with a new fork, stronger brakes, a new coned-disc-spring hydraulic clutch and E-starter this performance advantage translates to quicker lap times, making it the fastest most-competitive KX250 ever.
Proof of the outstanding competitiveness of the 2021 Kawasaki KX250 was already displayed during the closing stages of the 2020 FIM World WMX Women’s Motocross Championship when New Zealand’s Courtney Duncan raced the production model to victory at the final two rounds of the series to clinch a second consecutive world title since going Green.