KoveMoto U.S.A. has recently unveiled a brand-new motocross motorcycle scheduled for release in 2024. Known as the Kove MX250, this bike boasts a DOHC, fuel-injected 250 four-stroke engine. While the frame and chassis are manufactured in Asia, their design originates from the United States. The motorcycle’s weight is reported to be 237 pounds, excluding fuel, and it delivers a peak horsepower of 37.5 hp. These specifications closely resemble those of the Suzuki RM-Z250. The anticipated retail price for the MX250 is set at $6000, with the initial models expected to hit the market before the close of the year.
Kove already captured worldwide attention for its participation in the Dakar Rally, which they finished last January. The first models of the 450 Rally and 450 Rally Pro have already arrived in the U.S. The respective prices are $8999 and $13,999, respectively. More information can be had at kovemotousa.com.
The Kove MX250 isn’t a direct copy of any existing motocross bike but shows some influence from KTM and Suzuki.