2018 KTM EXC 250 EXC-F 18
Engine & MPGEngine Size:250ccMOT Expires:28/07/2023
KTM EXC Additional Information
KTM 250 EXC-F18 Dirt Bike road-registered on an 18-plate with a super low mileage, Delahaye seat, new tyres, and the original orange plastics available. Excellent condition all-round and comes with a 1 year MOT. Buyer to collect from Tonbridge, Kent. Please see the Moto Online review of this model: KTM focused mostly on handling of the 2018 line-up with a few minor changes made elsewhere. The revisions include revised internal settings to the WP XPlor 48 fork and PDS-type shock absorber, providing improved front-end sensitivity and better damping behaviour, while also saving weight. In addition, a sealed hydro-stop provides great resistance to pushing through the entire 300mm of travel, plus WP has also used new stiffer fork outer-tubes, drafted over from the SX-F forks. KTM’s also re-worked the radiator protectors to improve heat dissipation and create better air-flow, especially in muddy conditions. Continuing on with some of the standout features from last year, the ‘No-dirt’ foot-pegs have been designed to avoid clogging with mud and have been raised by 6mm for better ground clearance. This is not something that you will notice too much, but if you’re a taller rider or just want to be placed lower on the bike, then you can change the height easily enough. The shift-lever has also been redesigned to prevent mud in the shift-elbow. ODI Lock-on grips get rid of the hassle of gluing grips, plus it also makes changing the interchangeable throttle cams a straightforward process. Another option that was made available to use was the traction control and mapping switch, which are aftermarket PowerParts that you can purchase at your KTM dealer. As with every KTM, the 250 EXC-F is fitted with Brembo front and rear brakes, featuring a new rear brake calliper as well. As per usual, the you’ll also benefit from a hydraulic clutch, which gives an amazingly-light, constant feel. The moment you jump on the 2018 KTM 250 EXC-F the bike feels precisely impressive. It’s a good fit for the average sized rider, with plenty of optional adjustment on offer. The overall feel of the bike is slim and not bulky in any way, which essentially allows you to ride at levels you’ll be comfortable with on a consistent basis. Like I mentioned earlier, Aussies are not known to gravitate towards 250 four-strokes on the trails, but this bike is most certainly worth a look at. It really has a lively motor, which is plenty fun to rev as much as you dare, and the chassis handles so well that it’s hard not to push yourself to the next level.