i have an old honda enduro that i ride in the summer that i absolutly love. I can kick it over right in the driveway and do all my playing. I also have a 2003 rincon and honestly i use the 87 enduro 5 times more because of the convinence...just my 2 cents worth....
I like two wheels in the summer (RM 125). I have no use for a 4 wheeler. The dirt bike keeps me in shape, I enjoy the throttle response and I like working on the motor. I wouldn't know how to work on my sled if it wasn't for learning how on my dirt bike. Plus the riding style of the rev is similar.
Buy a stand up jet-ski they are pretty cheap to pick up a used one and really really easy to mod out..........i have a 88 kawi and its moded out like no other (runs 55mph on gps with me on it 185lbs) i will get some pics on here soon but seriously its a awesome workout riding stand ups and you seriously can not beat chick in bikini's!!!!!.......come on fellas you know what i am talking about
I have a Honda XR 250 which is very comparable to the Kawi KLX 300. I love the bike...in the trails or open it's MUCH more fun than four wheels. If you're looking to just ride around and have fun, two wheels is definately the way to go. However, if you might use if for anything practical go with four wheels. I'd say that's a pretty good bike for all around riding.
Regarding the "dirt bikes not being allowed where four-wheelers are," enduro and/or dual sport bikes (the KLX and XRs are enduros) are allowed everywhere that four wheelers are. The moto-x bikes (CR, KX, etc) aren't allowed on any place but a race track (or private land with permission).
Good luck with your decision, but for now THINK SNOW!!!!!
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