The Hawk 250 Dirt Bike features an air cooled, four stroke single cylinder 230cc engine and a top speed of 59 MPH(mine hits around 63-65). It is available in black, blue, green and red colors. The Hawk 250 features a manual transmission with front and rear hydraulic disc brakes, with a twin spare heavy duty steel frame and front double shocks and rear mono shocks.
(A few quick links to different posts on my blog about this bike, all links open in new window)
This dual sport enduro is a great starter dual sport bike for anyone looking to do some off-roading and street riding and not spend a fortune on a brand new name brand dual sport bike. There are a lot of happy Hawk 250 Enduro bike owners and if you do some quick research you will find their reviews. I will also be posting them on my website.
Please if you own the the Hawk 250 dual sport dirt bike, submit a comment at the bottom of this page. Let us know where you purchased your hawk and how your experience was with that company. If people come to this page looking to buy the hawk 250 dual sport bike they will see your recommendations.
I have almost 3000 miles ( as of 4/12/17 I have over 3500 miles) on my bike and its running great so far. I have done most of the hawk 250 upgrades that you can do to it for max power. If you have any questions about this dual sport, please contact me and I will do my best to guide you along. My buddies and I got our hawks back in November 2015 and we have been riding them and upgrading them ever since, we are loving the bikes and happy with the quality and price of the product.
Some pictures of my bike below,
Some pictures of other owners of this dual sport enduro who submitted their images to my blog.
These are great starter bikes, but they do require a bit more maintenance time compared to a name brand bike. This is not a bike that you can just sit on and ride for a month straight without doing any checks for loose bolts. You should go over the bike every few rides and make sure nothing is getting loose on them, make sure to put in some loc-tite to prevent the vibration from loosening the bolts and nuts.
I enjoy working on the bike and going over it in my garage, doing simple maintenance with prevent major breakdowns. I would recommend anyone to buy the hawk 250 dual sport bike that would like to do some off-roading but don’t have the budget for the big name brand dual sport enduro dirt bikes.
Dual Sport Specs
|Available Color||Red/Green/Blue/ Black/|
|Number of Cylinder||1|
|Bore and Stroke||67.0×65.0|
|Gas Tank Capacity [L]||12.5|
|Engine Oil Capacity[L]||1.1|
|Top Speed [Kph]||≥80|
|Drive System Type||Chain Drive|
|Front Type||Double shocks|
|Rear Type||Single shock|
|Front Brake||Hydraulic Disc|
|Rear Brake||Hydraulic Disc|
|Curb Weight [kg]||126|
|Weight Capacity [kg]||150|
|Packing Weight [kg]||145|
|Units Per 40ft HC||96|
Some of my YouTube Videos on this dual sport bike.
*May not be street legal in all states*
*Item does not have fmvss, NHTSA label*