2022 Kawasaki KLX110R Review and Specs

Kawasaki KLX110R
2022 Kawasaki KLX110R Review and Specs

Kawasaki’s 2022 version of the KLX110R is a relatively new dirt bike, yet it has the potential to facilitate the transition of young riders to the next level. In Australia, you can ride the 110R on bush tracks or at a motocross park. It is a great progressor bike for those who have previously owned a smaller Kawasaki dirt bike, as well as a great starter bike for an older child or teen who is just learning to ride. 

In addition to an adaptive throttle limiter, four-speed transmission system with automatic clutch, lower chain guard, several heat shields, and a lower chain guard, any mini-motor enthusiast will enjoy using the new 2022 Kawasaki KLX110R. 

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2022 Kawasaki KLX110RL Review and Specs

2022 Kawasaki KLX110RL Review
2022 KLX110R

A number of kid-friendly features are included in the 2022 KLX110RL, including a manual clutch, transmission system, a 4-speed, an adjustable throttle limiter, and a neutral only starter. There are many speeds and enough power for the young rider on this bike.

The KLX110RL is the perfect choice for riders who are interested in venturing off-road for the first time. It features a high tensile steel body, rear shock for stable handling, and a 30-mm telescopic fork. Regardless of where you ride it, its construction ensures maximum durability and longevity. You are able to easily take off and shift gears while maintaining your focus on the terrain with the KLX110RL’s automatic centrifugal clutch system. 

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2021 Kawasaki KLX110R Review & Specs

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The Kawasaki KLX110R bike was not launched so long ago, yet it is the stepping stone for young riders to develop to the next level of dirt riding. The 110R is great for bush tracks or riding at one of the many motocross parks in Australia. This Kawasaki bike is a great progression for those who’ve had a smaller Kawasaki dirt bike or a great starter bike for an older child or teen who’s just learning. 

Any mini-motor enthusiast will enjoy using the 2021 Kawasaki KLX110R because it is packed with kid-friendly aspects such as an adjustable throttle limiter, 4-speed transmission system with an automatic clutch, a lower chain guard, several heat shields, and a lower chain guard. 

The lightweight, lively engine makes KLX110R perfect for anyone the right size to grip the riding handle. Thanks to the proper proportioning of this dirt bike, you wouldn’t identify it quickly as a mini bike by looking at the photos. However, the saddle is small enough for a child but pretty cramped for an adult. 

Kawasaki 110R – Starter System

The KLX110R has an electric starter with a kill switch to make it easy for beginners to ride it. In case you drain the battery’s power, this dirt bike has a manual kick-starter to get you back in motion. 

2021 KLX110R Top Features 

  1. There is a longer, stiffer rear shock compared to older versions and the swingarm pivot is lowered.
  2. The fork has been tuned up to match the suspension accordingly.
  3. The travel has been increased, and the fork legs have a bigger axle under hang.
  4. A responsive engine that pulls well gear to gear without any hitches.

KLX110R Specifications (Specs)

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1.     Engine

  • Type – 2-stroke engine with a power valve. 
  • Compression ratio – 8:7:1.
  • Displacement – 99cc.
  • Fuel – 28mm PWK carburettor.
  • Induction – Reed Valve.
  • Bore x Stroke – 52.5 x 45.8mm.

2.     Chassis

  • Brakes – Disk.
  • Front Suspension- Travel.
  • Rear Tire – 90/100 x 19.
  • Front Tire – 90/100 x 16.

3.     Dimensions

  • Curb weight – 77.1kgs.
  • Seat height – 871.22 mm.
  • Wheelbase – 1310.64 mm. 
  • Rake – 29 degrees.
  • Ground clearance – 330.2 mm. 
  • Trail – 109.22 mm. 
  • Fuel capacity – 4.92 litres. 
Pros
  • • It has the required safety features that dirt-riding beginners require
  • • Offers natural progression as the rider grows and becomes more experienced
Cons
  • • Lacks essential off-roading capacities of a full-sized dirt bike
  • • Cannot ride the bike on a major road because it doesn’t have a headlamp, turn indicators, an instrument cluster, or even a tail lamp