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[WTS] 2019 KTM 50 SX

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Daughter decided she doesn't want to ride anymore. Bike is completely stock and fluids have been changed per the manual using Motorex fluids. Has 21.3 hours and has never been raced. Current reg and have title in hand. Located in Winchester, CA $4250 obo.
 

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Such a cool bike...by far the best way to start kids riding on 2 wheels!!!
 

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Such a cool bike...by far the best way to start kids riding on 2 wheels!!!
Yea I was bummed when my daughter said she didn't want to ride anymore. Oh well, my little one still likes to ride. The older one is content riding in the SxS.
 

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Such a cool bike...by far the best way to start kids riding on 2 wheels!!!
If a kid is learning on one of these they are above average in skill level that’s for sure.
 

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If a kid is learning on one of these they are above average in skill level that’s for sure.
No way…they are centrifugal clutches. Super easy to ride. If they can ride without training wheels, they can ride one of these…

One of my only regrets is starting my son on a CRF50. He’s doing great now that he’s older, but a 50SX would’ve taught him how to manage the bike a lot quicker.
 

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No way…they are centrifugal clutches. Super easy to ride. If they can ride without training wheels, they can ride one of these…

One of my only regrets is starting my son on a CRF50. He’s doing great now that he’s older, but a 50SX would’ve taught him how to manage the bike a lot quicker.
🤷‍♂️ Idk I was a kid ride one and it seemed like a ripper to me.
 

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If a kid is learning on one of these they are above average in skill level that’s for sure.
My boy had a PW 50 to start then ripped on this. But, you DO need to have some skill.
 
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