Australasian Dirt Bike Magazine

Power trip

Choosing which bike to splash your cash on is getting more difficult with every generation of machines that comes out. As I wrote last issue for the 450EXC-F test, sometimes too much choice is bad and if you’re indecisive you almost want someone to make the decision for you and save you the anguish.

I can’t do that for you because I don’t want death threats if it turns out to be a lemon, but I can help. A lot of people are drawn to the 500EXC-F simply because of its engine size. It’s the V8 of the enduro class, just like the V8 LandCruiser in

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