( 6) Is a typical mesomorph—stocky, strong and aggressive. WHO SHOULD BUY A KTM 250SXF FOUR-STROKE? According to the Motocross Action Multiphasic Inventory Quiz (MAMIQ), the KTM 250SXF is best suited to a rider who: (1) Thinks he is only one win away from making the big time. If you race a two-stroke, the factory scouts for the big teams will discount your performance. To get a factory deal to race a 250cc four-stroke, you need to be racing a 250cc four-stroke. ( 2) Wants the easiest-to-ride powerband. ( 3) Is looking for an engine package that bridges all the gaps—quick, broad, easy to use, foolproof and hooked up. ( 4) Races on tracks that have off-camber corners, sweeping transitions and very few stop-and-start corners (and, especially, concrete starting pads). ( 5) Is willing to race a bike without knowing how to fix it. ( 6) Doesn’t want to rock the boat, be different or try new things. After all, because of the displacement rules, modern racing organizations favor 250 four-strokes. ; machine. The burst of acceleration pushes you back in the saddle, while the hard braking drives you forward. A good 250 two-stroke rider is fit as a fiddle…or slow. ( 5) Doesn’t mind being on a bike that isn’t status- backed by the mob majority of the moto world.
KTM 125SX vs. KTM 250SX vs. KTM 250SXF
2013 KTM 250SXF: Blessed with a
broad, drawn-out powerband with
good traction, the 250SXF four-stroke
is easy to ride because it forgives
mistakes. It also revs to 14,000 rpm,
which means that shifting skills