Is your kid new to the dirt? An unintimidating, small-displacement dirt bike like the Kawasaki KLX110 serves the beginner rider with an automatic clutch for ease of use and also has an easy reach to the ground with a low 26.8-inch seat height. The KLX110 isn’t alone in getting new riders on the dirt either. It comes with a larger sibling in the KLX110L. The KLX110L, as the “L” implies, has a taller 28.7-inch seat height, longer suspension travel, and an extra 1.9 inches of ground clearance, and a four-speed transmission with a manual clutch.
Both the KLX110 and L are primarily offered for kids, but who said adults don’t like to have some fun on these minibikes too? The L version, however, does take the cramped feeling out while leaving all the fun intact in this midsize kid-O bike, Dirt Rider had reported in the past.
Some competitors of the KLX110 include the Honda CRF110F and Yamaha TT-R110LE.
No significant updates were made to the 2020 model.