Home Aprilia Motorcycles Aprilia Dirt Bikes Aprilia’s first racing success came in the off-road realm during the mid ‘70s in the Italian and World motocross championships. Aprilia has scaled back production of off-road machinery in recent years however to focus on its sport and street segments.
If you want to buy an Enduro or Trial bike of recognized international prestige, GasGas is the right choice. We have been offering since 1985 the best Trial and Enduro bikes in all displacements, and we have e-bikes for children who are starting in the world of motorcycles.
Husaberg Motorcycles is known for its racing 4-stroke dirt bikes, like the FE line, but Husaberg also produces Supermoto street bikes like the FS 650E and FS 650C race-only version with electric start.Husaberg was created by Swedish engineers from Husqvarna, after that Swedish brand was sold to Cagiva.
KTM identifies primarily as a dirt bike maker, and a great portion for that identity and success stems from the large product line that is available now and historically. Bikes like the 450 SX and 250 SX are campaigned in the world's motocross and supercross series, while KTM enduros are quite popular in off-road scrambles.
Suzuki dirt bikes include the RM-Z450 and RM-Z250 motocrossers, along with the DR and RM dual-sport and enduro lineup. Suzuki dirt bikes have been quite successful on the motocross and supercross tracks, with Ricky Carmichael and now Chad Reed sourcing the fuel-injected RM-Z450.
Yamaha was the first to build a production monoshock motocross bike (1975 for 250 and 400, 1976 for 125) and one of the first to have a water-cooled motocross production bike (1977 in works bikes, 1981 in off-the-shelf bikes). Yamaha's first Motocross competition four-stroke bike, the YZ400F, won the 1998 USA outdoor national Championship with factory rider Doug Henry.