How tall should you be to ride a Kawasaki 250?

There is no specific height requirement for a person to ride a 250f dirt bike. The best way to know if you are fit for a 250f Dirt Bike is to sit on it where both of your feet, specifically the forefoot, can touch the ground.

How fast can a Kawasaki Ninja 250 go?

Ninja 250 Specs: 0-60 mph (0-100 km/h) 5.75 sec 1/4 Mile 14.6 sec @ 88 mph. Maximum Speed 105 mph (170 km/h) Max Horsepower 36 @ 11000 RPM (26 @ rear wheel)

How big is a Kawasaki Ninja 250?

Kawasaki Ninja 250R

Make Model Kawasaki Ninja 250R
Dimensions Length 2080 mm / 80.0 in. Width 711 mm / 28.0 in. Height 1115 mm / 43.1 in.
Wheelbase 1389 mm / 5.1 in.
Seat Height 780 mm / 29.3 in
Dry Weight 151 kg / 304 lbs.

How tall do you need to be to ride a Kawasaki Ninja?

Kawasaki has 2 products in the 650 category. The Ninja 650 and the ER6N. But I think both of them have the same ride height. But to flat foot even either of them, you need to be at least 5′5″.

Are 250 and 450 the same height?

The 250 and 450 are the same size, you cant tell them apart unless you look at the engine (if you know what to look for).

How tall is the seat on a Kawasaki dirt bike?

Kawasaki KLX 250 (Enduro bike. Seat height 35 inches) Kawasaki KX 250 (seat height 37.2 inches) Kawasaki KX 450 (seat height 37.6 inches)

How tall is the seat on a Kawasaki KX250F?

The Kawasaki KX250F weighs 92.5 kg (204.0 pounds). How tall (seat height) is a Kawasaki KX250F? The Kawasaki KX250F seat height is 960 mm (37.8 inches) If adjustable, lowest setting.

How tall is a Kawasaki KLX 250 dirt bike?

Kawasaki KLX 250 (Enduro bike. Seat height 35 inches) Just because the leg measurement looked right, it doesn’t always mean that the bike will be a suitable size for you. Your weight will make a difference, so this part is important. Sit on the seat in the riding position, and keep the dirt bike dead upright.

How tall is the Kawasaki Versys x 250?

Although adventure bikes are generally tall, the Versys-X 250 features a low-seat height of only 815mm to accommodate beginners and us of shorter stature. Being able to touch a foot down in while riding offroad is reassuring especially for beginners, but it’s also something which has to be done while cornering.