2020 and 2021 KTM 300 XC-W Full Review

21.02.2021
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For the first time since 2014, I feel like I can't live without an XC-W. Many of my rides have gotten slower and more technical. For that type of riding the XC-W is king. No Linkage to worry about, soft forks, tight turning, lug factor,... smooth power.... it's all here on those days that I need it.
From what I can tell, the only things they changed for 2021 are plastics.
Geometry tweaks in the front end and frame
- More XC like in it's balance and feel
- New Frame for 2020! SWEET. It is stupid good.
- more balanced front to back - no more stink bug effect
Suspension tweaks
- best fork KTM has ever put on the XC-W
- absorbs the sharp nasty stuff really well
- can still get out and hit whoops but you use a lot of stroke.
- doesn't deflect!
Motor tweaks
- 2020 mapping starts SO MUCH BETTER than the 2019 version. Huge step up here
- many of these are really snappy, so much so that I stay with the gray throttle cam
- remember to tune your power valve to your liking. The all come different.

Bad:
- Rear fender setup
- No kickstart
- Power valve leak - many of the 2020 and 2021 bikes leak transmission fluid slowly out of the power valve gaskets
- Air bypass screw is stupid for adjusting the idle - give us a real way to adjust the idle without leaning the mix.
- No spark arrestor on these bikes
- Radiators can get pushed back and cut the lower radiator hose (power valve puncture)
- Needs an aftermarket capacitor to bump start on dead battery. XC has it... why not the XC-W?
Good:
- Tightest turning radius of any bike I've ever ridden. Love this for the nasty stuff.
- Motors are the smoothest (least vibration of any in the industry). Runs SUPER clean.
- Oil reservoir gives you 5+ tanks of fuel.
- Starts great - ambient air pressure sensor hasn't skipped a beat for me
- Suspension rings allow you to see how much travel you are using.
- Air filters standard across all the big bikes
- air filters with no tools
- One bolt seat is nice
- Lock on grips
- Pipes are tucked up and away
- Pipes are strong - won't get better performance with aftermarket.
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  • 6:14 - as Billy Bolt mentioned, a lot of pro Hard Enduro riders (other than being mandatory using it) they run the tail light and licence plate holder because it's another way you can grab the bike , with that's extra plastic underneath (on Huskys and Katies). Of course it's not ideal, but just wanted to let you know. I know you guys in the States like to get those "XC-W's" (they're called EXC's here in Europe) naked but that's one of the reasons we don't (AND of course because we can ride them in the streets too). ;-)

    Mike MoralesMike Morales2 päivää sitten
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    GUNTUR PRASTYOGUNTUR PRASTYO5 päivää sitten
  • Great review and I’m picking up my 2021, 250 XCW TPI in a week or two here in Michigan I can’t wait I really appreciated the review on it and what to do and what not to do with it I’ve waited three years for this bike my uncle bought a 300 last year at the end of the season and he loves it so I can’t wait to get mine home. Thanks 🙏🏻 again ok 👌🏼🔥🤠🔥Camping Russ out

    Camping RussCamping Russ6 päivää sitten
  • Great channel but running less oil effectively runs a bike richer, not leaner. Rich and lean are terms related to Air/Fuel ratio, not premix ratios. Lean means more air than fuel,.

    Brent HarperBrent Harper7 päivää sitten
  • Stock .aftermarket . I smash them all.

    Smith MarkSmith Mark7 päivää sitten
  • Is it a shame to supermoto such an off road beast?

    Dead AheadDead Ahead8 päivää sitten
  • go ahead drink the TPI kool aid... if you are constantly fiddling with your carb it is because YOU failed to set it right in the first place. TPI only expensive way to mix 14lbs of air to 1lbs of fuel...when you keep your bike for more than 10 minutes (like Dirt Bike Channel) you learn to appreciate not needing a engineering degree from MIT to fix your fuel problems. TPI is just another way to fool the public into buying the "NEW AND IMPROVED" my 35 year old bike with upgraded suspension has carbureted perfectly for...34 years. wait till your hornets nest of chips capacitors and wires is 30 years old; good luck

    Paul MorneaultPaul Morneault9 päivää sitten
  • If your battery dies you have no kickstart and you can't bumpstart the bike.... lmfao : ) thats the way to go ktm....

    zeluisfox360zeluisfox36011 päivää sitten
  • For what do you need a spark arrestor? Do you even register your bikes for driving on public roads? Greetings from Germany

    BastiBasti13 päivää sitten
  • Kyle, I have been riding open class bikes from a young man RM465 to a Rocket Rex KX 500 in the 90's right know I'm on a KTM 500 exc but I'm thing i want to buy a KTM or Husky 2-stroke 300 but worry that it wont pull me like i'm use to. I weigh 260 with all my gear what do you think?

    Stefan DenserStefan Denser13 päivää sitten
  • Kyle- The Kickstarter is not a big deal. You can get a lithium ion jump pack (genius boost, nexpow, etc) for cheap money these days. Can double as a back up phone charger or carry in your daily driver when your not riding.

    skojo3eskojo3e16 päivää sitten
  • Kyle, I'm learning a lot from your reviews...

    roland portzroland portz18 päivää sitten
  • I had a 1997 KTM EXC championship model. It was beast even in 2009 when I sold it to a guy that wanted it to restore.

    Eternal CowboyEternal Cowboy28 päivää sitten
  • Damn, look at all them wide open easy trails....

    Eternal CowboyEternal Cowboy28 päivää sitten
  • Great Review. I enjoy watching your videos. I just bought a 2021 KTM 350 XCF-W. I am fat and out of shape. After a 4 hour ride that seat was hard on the arse!

    Busted TireBusted Tire28 päivää sitten
  • Dude that shale covered side-hill at 11:45ish...wow! My YZ450FX would have a tough time.

    Twisted Trails - Riding DeepTwisted Trails - Riding DeepUukausi sitten
  • Thanks man! I haven't ridden in many years but after watching videos on these bikes for the past few hours I think the decision on what to get is easy! Going full send and grabbing myself one of these bad boys.

    SlythingSlythingUukausi sitten
  • As always, great videos Kyle, and we all know KTM are great bikes, but would be really nice if you would try more different brands, like Rieju (ex-Gasgas) or a TM (those blue awesome machines). 😊

    Nuno AlcaideNuno AlcaideUukausi sitten
  • Do you have a part number for the bump start capacitor?

    John ChafinJohn ChafinUukausi sitten
  • Thanks for the video I enjoyed learning about my 2021 300 xc-w

    Michael AlderinkMichael AlderinkUukausi sitten
  • You forgot to mention the absolutely god aweful headlight that they keep putting on these bikes.

    GOOSE GODINGOOSE GODINUukausi sitten
  • Awesome review man! Just put in a 3K order with your link!

    kia solomonkia solomonUukausi sitten
  • Kyle -- Do you have any plans to re-valve the XCW suspension like you did on your previous body style?

    Tanner CorwinTanner CorwinUukausi sitten
  • Too bad they made it uglier this year. Nice that they fiddled with the TPI fuel/air mix so that the fancy starter button actually works. But what did they do the rest of the year? No kick start, no bump start, no grab bar/strap and for how much? I'll keep buzzing along on my tricked out KDXs.

    Black LightBlack LightUukausi sitten
  • Just bought a 21 300xcw great video. Thanks

    Dennis OdsonDennis OdsonUukausi sitten
  • Maybe you should try a Husky 300?

    Funkin JunkinFunkin JunkinUukausi sitten
  • I have a 2021 ktm 300XC ...but I don’t like graphics... can I put the 2020 Xc Graphics ??Note: I’m not talking about the xc w graphics

    mulisha103mulisha103Uukausi sitten
  • 🤤

    Brendan TremmelBrendan TremmelUukausi sitten
  • Is the xcw street legal in Europe?

    Daniel fyllingDaniel fyllingUukausi sitten
  • Great video, thanks

    TheBarnz91TheBarnz91Uukausi sitten
  • Hello Kyle, I have been following you for about 3 years now, love your reviews, but you only check the main brands, how about a review on a different type of bike like the GPX 250 TSE?

    Alejandro AriasAlejandro AriasUukausi sitten
  • You cant say black cam because apparently that's racist. Lol

    Gregg OGregg OUukausi sitten
  • Have you tried the Freeride? I think you will love it for the slow extreme enduro stuff. Would be cool with a long time review

    Electric BraaapElectric BraaapUukausi sitten
  • You should work for KTM!! I’ve never heard any of the massive amount of mechanical issues that owners are having with the TPI bikes out of ya!

    NydirtridersNydirtridersUukausi sitten
  • Awesome video and very help full

    Jim StrigelJim StrigelUukausi sitten
  • Enduro engineering flags that attach to the clutch and brake clamps are better than the stock Ktm ones IMO. These are wonderful bikes.

    Rider S.OregonRider S.OregonUukausi sitten
  • 2018 XCW WITH A LECTRON FTW

    Dubby DubsDubby DubsUukausi sitten
  • Magura clutch not brembo

    Dirt Rider1127Dirt Rider1127Uukausi sitten
  • I just purchased a 2021 and heading to Mexico for a 10 day ride this week. I thought I had all my bases covered, then this vid about radiator hose sliced/power valve ? please explain in more detail ?

    john baileyjohn baileyUukausi sitten
  • Kyle, why the change? You used to complain about the gap between 2nd and 3rd gear on the XCW. Did you get use to the gap? Did KTM change the gearing?

    Rick EllertsonRick EllertsonUukausi sitten
  • Go check these vids out and you will see the 2020 and 2021 are not great. fiboth.info/like/videot/fpesiaO6v6WuZp0 And this one fiboth.info/like/videot/m4WhlZy7ttPDma0 My 2020 is problem just like Chris' bike and others too.

    Kimo JonKimo JonUukausi sitten
  • My 2019 300 XC-W is everything you say the 2020 is. My 2020 300 XC-W is everything you say the 2019 is. I hate my 2020, I love my 2019. My 2019 is the best bike running, handling, etc. I've ever had. I don't think you can come on and say what you say and to paint such a broad picture by gong off of two bikes you got. Like the vids but buyers don't take just the word from Kyle.

    Kimo JonKimo JonUukausi sitten
  • Where is this riding at?

    AncientElevator9AncientElevator9Uukausi sitten
  • You need to try the wp xplor pro 6500 cartridge kit in your xc-w it’s a game changer

    brandon lesniakbrandon lesniakUukausi sitten
  • Kyle, what are your thoughts on the new crf250rx??

    Nicholas OttNicholas OttUukausi sitten
    • its exactly the same as 2020.. not even changed graphics

      themotogaragethemotogarage27 päivää sitten
  • Kyle i think you might just be a tinkerer. I got my 14 xcw from an a Enduro guy 220lbs stock suspension no head work, sag was the only thing he changed. Said you just need to get better at riding if your playing with settings every ride unless its because its unsafe. Grass is always greener on the other settings lol.

    Luke KellyLuke KellyUukausi sitten
  • What I want is you reviewing a 2021 SHERCO 300 SE Factory please!!!

    Moisés AmadoMoisés AmadoUukausi sitten
  • I think if they come stock with a spark arrester it puts the bike into a different category for emissions in the US.

    JD RacingJD RacingUukausi sitten
  • When are you going to review the 2021 Honda CRF150R ?

    JessieJJessieJUukausi sitten
  • Keeping eye on that bike and hoping so badly it will be sitting in my garage one day, keep up good work, thank you, cheers V!

    Verdon Rocks PhotographyVerdon Rocks PhotographyUukausi sitten
  • Popycock!! 😂

    Heath WeberHeath WeberUukausi sitten
  • My 150 sx has the same air filter as all the other

    DusteD 1DusteD 1Uukausi sitten
  • Loving my 2021 250 XC-W!!

    AdamVENTRAdamVENTRUukausi sitten
    • SAME! Just got one! Enjoy your rides!!

      DennisDennis28 päivää sitten
  • I wish there was a spark arrester like my old 79 Krizmann. It made the bike sound like a snowmobile. I still like the sleds with pull and SHOTT.

    Chris YorkChris YorkUukausi sitten
  • Why'd you go from the F250 to the F150

    Mike MilgioreMike MilgioreUukausi sitten
  • I’m 5’3, and wondering what would be a good bike for me? So do you have any suggestions? Please and thankyou

    Chocolate milkChocolate milkUukausi sitten
    • Pw 50

      Cameron SeeleyCameron Seeley26 päivää sitten
    • Any bike . Just plan on having it lowered. Done right will cost about $1000.

      Erik JensenErik JensenUukausi sitten
  • I’m new to riding dirt in Utah - are there any good resources for finding trails near me?

    Zach AZach AUukausi sitten
  • Awesome review Kyle, so although its still great, most of your dislikes where to do with the motor and throttle body. Have you had any experience with the 450 excf or 500 excf motors? Whats your main reason for having 250-300s and not owning a 450 or 500??

    BENNYTIBENNYTIUukausi sitten
  • Great review can we finally get a 350 4 stroke? Seriously one of the most popular bikes going here in Australia

    Mitch ThompsonMitch ThompsonUukausi sitten
    • No one wants a 4 stroke unless there confused lol

      Mike RMike R5 päivää sitten
    • They are awesome bikes, good power, and comfortable

      Nathan LancubaNathan Lancuba12 päivää sitten
    • I ended up with a new 500EXCF. Came from a 250XC. I’m really surprised how low first gear is. Dang good in the woods, had no flameouts yet running stock. Really liking it. I’m sure the 350 is a great bike too.

      Jim HimesJim Himes19 päivää sitten
    • @Troy Gordon Spammer

      Eternal CowboyEternal Cowboy28 päivää sitten
    • @Jenine Vessey lol spammers

      Eternal CowboyEternal Cowboy28 päivää sitten
  • Sound like they went down hill from 18-19

    Steve HargraveSteve HargraveUukausi sitten
    • Only according to him. I do not like my 2020 300 XC-W, I absolutely love my 2019 300 XC-W. When guys like Kyle said the 2020 was better I couldn't wait to get one. Now I am so bummed out I want to start my own vids just to show the difference.

      Kimo JonKimo JonUukausi sitten
  • I wish that I could afford 3 new KTMs.

    Chester DogChester DogUukausi sitten
    • work harder then !! Why wish @@@

      mixalismixalisUukausi sitten
  • First 100

    Chris YeagerChris YeagerUukausi sitten
  • Hi Kyle, Something I've been wondering about is, I've never seen you add the kick starter? You've installed aftermarket items, better battery, capacitor and whatnot to get home. Why no kick starter kits? I had one installed on both my 2020 Husky 300 TEi and KTM 250 XCWi. The kit is about $200 - 225 so comparatively, it's not a break the bank investment. Just curious.

    Preston R. HannulaPreston R. HannulaUukausi sitten
  • IM 65 , MY OCCUPATION KEEPS ME FIT TO RIDE A 2019 KTM 500 EXC F ON TRAILS AND MOUNTAIN ROADS, 3000 MI. LAST YEAR. IF I HAD THE MONEY I WOULD BUY AN XCW EFI FOR MORE AGRESSIVE TRAIL RIDING. I THANK YOU FOR THE EXPERT WORK YOU PUT INTO YOUR VIDEOS TO MAKE THE RIGHT DECISIONS IN THE DIRT BIKE WORLD. I JUST RENEWED MY SUBSCRIPTION FOR YOUR MAGAZINE BECAUSE THIS ONE I READ, LOL.

    Walt SprenkleWalt SprenkleUukausi sitten
  • Been on a 2019 250xcw for 2 years. Has a kickstarter stock, higher rads so no punctures, rear fender has finger slots, solid aluminum fuel outlet stock, been riding the newest sport/race map which lights up like and sx/xc. Had to upgrade forks to make it the best xcw available. Comes with the orange frame too

    2Strokes4Trump2Strokes4TrumpUukausi sitten
  • Kyle, I bought a 2021 TM300 en Fi. They have an electronic power valve and at least on paper seem to have addressed most of the problems the KTMs have. You should buy one and test it I'd love to hear your opinion on the bike

    Josh WallaceJosh WallaceUukausi sitten
  • 2021 300 XCW easily best offroad woods bike available.

    Apostate4 Apostate4Apostate4 Apostate4Uukausi sitten
  • When do the 2022 models come out? The 2021 are all sold out for the season by me

    perfecthipsperfecthipsUukausi sitten
    • Normally first looks at new model is late May early June and on dealer floors around late July.

      J RogersJ RogersUukausi sitten
  • Please get a gas gas 300

    Eric BeEric BeUukausi sitten
  • Deffo changed back to 3 piece gasket for 2021, Check the parts fiche. The leak on the 2021 is slightly different to the main leak on the 2020's (not saying some of the 2020's didn't have the different leak as well).

    canisfortiscanisfortisUukausi sitten
  • Your next bike have to be a husqvarna te 300i , better back plastics link and composite subframe! 👍

    claudio teixeiraclaudio teixeiraUukausi sitten
  • hello guys. wondering if the xcw have a lot more after market parts options compared to the huskys? i'm a short guy so sure need it lowered. i'm leaning towards husky becuase lowering them is a lot easier with just a lower link swap, but worries about not able to get aftermarket parts.

    alex laualex lauUukausi sitten
  • great video! i wanted to ask you if in any of your ktm tpi did you experience weight cluth? thanks

    claudio teixeiraclaudio teixeiraUukausi sitten
  • Your production value has gotten so good lately!! I want to see a ride video with you. Maybe an adv trip like RMATV does? Keep it up!

    Trevor SchnedlerTrevor SchnedlerUukausi sitten
  • How fuel efficient is this bike?

    FroggyFroggyUukausi sitten
    • A hell of a lot. One buddy I ride with can go through a full tank and I have a half tank, it's that much! Mine TPI, his 2016 carb stock.

      Kimo JonKimo JonUukausi sitten
    • @Mike P wow that's is an improvement right?

      FroggyFroggyUukausi sitten
    • Over 100 miles per tank @6000 -8500 ft elevation.

      Mike PMike PUukausi sitten
    • a little bit better than the carbed ones, but not that much, maybe 15% less

      Frank88WorkzFrank88WorkzUukausi sitten
  • Hey Kyle, do you know if the new 150's are also prone to the PV Rad hose leak?

    ManEHawkeManEHawkeUukausi sitten
  • Kyle always making good use of that Mormon church parking lot.

    Russ BullockRuss BullockUukausi sitten
  • This might be a dumb comment but, you mentioned that these bikes use less oil and therefore run leaner? I thought that more oil is leaner because the gas is thicker. Less oil is rich because it is dumping more gas. I could totally be wrong here.

    James ApplequistJames ApplequistUukausi sitten
    • You're confusing two different things. There is the Oil/Fuel mixture, which can be rich or lean, and the air/fuel mixture, which can also be rich or lean. Having a rich oil/fuel mixture will tend to lean out the air/fuel mixture.

      ZacharyZacharyUukausi sitten
    • Yes you are wrong. The oil is what makes it super rich. More oil is like putting more chocolate in milk. The more chocolate in the milk the richer it is.

      Kimo JonKimo JonUukausi sitten
  • Really good and thorough review. I know every other comment is a request to review some other bike so here's mine, how about getting a 2021 ktm 350xcwf? I don't think you've ever reviewed a ktm four stroke.

    Todd KurtzTodd KurtzUukausi sitten
    • @Dirt Bike Channel I didn't know but those are basically the moto bikes with 18 inch rear wheels. The xcfw models are the four stroke equivalent of the two stroke few models. Ktm makes so many different models it's hard to keep track!

      Todd KurtzTodd KurtzUukausi sitten
    • I've actually reviewed the KTM 350 XC-F twice. 2014 model and 2016 model. And I've done the KTM 250 XCF as well :)

      Dirt Bike ChannelDirt Bike ChannelUukausi sitten
  • If ya can’t afford a TPI bike then the Smartcarb is the next best option 👍

    SteveSteveUukausi sitten
  • I totally agree with you on the seats. My WR250F seat was harder but a tad wider. But my TE 300i is softer a bit narrower.

    BlueDawnEnduroBlueDawnEnduroUukausi sitten
  • F*** the carbs, the TPI is a main reason I went to a 2-stroke.

    BlueDawnEnduroBlueDawnEnduroUukausi sitten
    • Like me ! tpi in power!

      claudio teixeiraclaudio teixeiraUukausi sitten
  • Can you review a TM 300 EN ?

    Hendrik HartjesHendrik HartjesUukausi sitten
  • Very good review Kyle.

    Robbo Robinson Hard Enduro & Adventure MediaRobbo Robinson Hard Enduro & Adventure MediaUukausi sitten
  • We know you pay full price for the bikes, because you use them as the tax write off at the end of the year... we get it Kyle

    Matt KasnerMatt KasnerUukausi sitten
  • GAS GAS 2021 test?

    touliosstouliossUukausi sitten
  • What is that side gaurd over your power valve called interested in getting one

    Achilles BaloglouAchilles BaloglouUukausi sitten
    • @Mike P he replys to a bunch i have emialed him several times and gotten a responce every time

      Achilles BaloglouAchilles BaloglouUukausi sitten
    • He doesn't answer his subscribers...

      Mike PMike PUukausi sitten
  • Can you please review the 2013 ktm 150xc please I want to see what you have to say about it

    BP1GOPRO2BP1GOPRO2Uukausi sitten
  • Alright I'm gonna be the crazy guy that asks this LOL. On the bike you referenced with 300 hr's on the A piston, do you recall what oil he was using?

    rcamp 66rcamp 66Uukausi sitten
    • Thanks for getting back to me on that. I really appreciate it, and the content/information in your video!

      rcamp 66rcamp 66Uukausi sitten
    • Motorex Cross Power 2T.

      Dirt Bike ChannelDirt Bike ChannelUukausi sitten
  • 18:27 whoa man, strong words, I thought this was a family friendly channel!?!?

    barkeep25barkeep25Uukausi sitten
    • Someone doesnt know what poppycock means.lol

      Tom VanTom VanUukausi sitten
    • At least he didn’t go to far and say hogwash!

      Dick FitzinholeDick FitzinholeUukausi sitten
    • My ears!! That's it, I'm reporting this!!

      barkeep25barkeep25Uukausi sitten
    • Poppycock!

      Dirt Bike ChannelDirt Bike ChannelUukausi sitten
  • I really like the 300’s because they are so versatile. In competition I would much rather be on a 300 than a 250. Also, the fuel injection is apparently working awesome now.

    RacerRedRacerRedUukausi sitten
  • You could just say 19, 20 or 21. We know you don't mean 1920. The video would be 5 minutes shorter if you didn't say "twenty-twenty" every time.

    Magnum MuscleMagnum MuscleUukausi sitten
  • Hey Kyle awesome video mate, where can I find one of them capacitors for my 2020 xcw 250?

    Dez LauDez LauUukausi sitten
    • Tokyo off-road. Watch his channel too.

      Mike PMike PUukausi sitten
    • I got mine at Slavens but Tokyo Off-road has then too

      Dick FitzinholeDick FitzinholeUukausi sitten
  • I'd like to see you do Sherco 250/300 2T and the Gas Gas. I know they are red ktm's, but there are some differences. I've heard since guys prefer them over the ktm's and Huskies

    Mountain Valley FrostMountain Valley FrostUukausi sitten
    • @Dirt Bike Channel ktm 2021 xc-w 300 or beta 300 racing 2021?

      Jairo OliveiraJairo OliveiraUukausi sitten
    • @Dirt Bike Channel ... I have a 2018 YZ250 (motocross version, not the X model) & I love that bike... I have owned 5 YZ's out of the 7 bikes I've purchased since 2010... I really feel like Yamaha makes the best overall bikes on the market...

      B. Double-R Big Red RamB. Double-R Big Red RamUukausi sitten
    • I've done Sherco 3 times but it's been a couple years on the 2T Sherco. Still need to get to the GasGas. So little time. I've done Beta, Sherco, KTM and Yamaha in the last 12 months. That ain't bad.

      Dirt Bike ChannelDirt Bike ChannelUukausi sitten
  • Have you tried the map switch for the 2020 or 2021? I'm considering adding it to my 21 but was wondering if there is a huge difference between the performance map and the soft map. After moving from a WR to this bike its a totally different world. Nice review.

    MJ NorthbranchMJ NorthbranchUukausi sitten
    • I have the KTM map switch on my 20' 300 xcw and it works great. On Gnarly loose uphill trail section I switch it to the soft setting, it is nice!

      Mike PMike PUukausi sitten
  • Absolutely love my 20 XCW the only bike that has improved my riding as much as it has..... They have their little issues, but the good is way better than anything else I've ever ridden... Keep the vids comin, you're doing a great job, thanks...

    Scotty PScotty PUukausi sitten
  • Wait til you ride a TM En they’re like the KTM but with more refinement. A treat indeed! But the KTM is still amazing. The new bikes are so dang good off the showroom floor now! Great review!

    Steve ReidSteve ReidUukausi sitten
    • That's how I'm leaning. Plus, the TM is available as carb or fi.

      Blake BerlinBlake BerlinUukausi sitten
    • They're real beauties! I've only seen a couple ones IRL in Belgium, they're like unicorns haha

      Shaolin StyleShaolin StyleUukausi sitten
  • Whats the difference between the XC and the EXC ?

    Andrew WilmotAndrew WilmotUukausi sitten
    • @Devo Dar thank you i though id bought the wrong bike for a min , Many thanks for your time and explanation appreciate it :)

      Andrew WilmotAndrew WilmotUukausi sitten
    • The suspension is different and the third gear is longer in the EXC. The front suspension on the EXC is spring type, the XC is an air system. The XC uses linkage in the rear suspension and the EXC does not and has more clearance. The EXC also has lighting in the front. There are a few other small differences. Hope that helps.

      Devo DarDevo DarUukausi sitten
  • Check out one of the ELECTRIC KTMs. They are sick from what Im hearing.

    BMLMZBMLMZUukausi sitten
    • You are correct. Don't fall in love with TPI to the point where you don't look at anything else. The carb bikes are amazing too.

      Kimo JonKimo JonUukausi sitten
  • Kyle, its about time you brought in a new 350 xc-f. They have changed a ton since your last one and just may be the best all around bike there is. Keep at least one 4 stroke in your stable!

    KavKavUukausi sitten
    • I just bought a 2021 350 XC-F for my son. What a machine! Very easy to ride, but an absolute beast when you grab a hand-full of throttle. The 350 feels a little heavier than my 300XCW even though it weighs a few pounds less. In fast terrain I fell like I could ride the 350 XC-F quite a bit faster than my 300 XCW. Maybe Kyle should get a 350 XC-F every year instead of the usual 250 XC for faster riding conditions.

      Mike HMike HUukausi sitten
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