What’s up fellow hawk 250 owners and future ones. Sorry for not updating this blog as much as I should, I just have been super busy with work that I haven’t had a chance to keep the blog updated with my hawk 250 content. My hawk is still going strong and every time I get on it, I have a great time riding in the Catskills. Some information on my hawk 250, I purchased my hawk in Dec 2015.
I couldn’t find any information on the hawks online, there wasn’t as many videos and blogs as there is now =). We ended up ordering 3 of them, my cousin, buddy and I got one. We ordered the black, red and blue hawk 250cc dual sports. I have now ordered 7 hawks for buddies from the website TXPowerSports.com and they haven’t had any issues with their orders. I always recommend paying for the expedited shipping offer if you are looking to get it as fast as possible.
Purchasing Hawk 250
If you are ready to purchase your hawk 250, click here and it will take you to TXPowerSports.com and make sure on checkout to enter the code HA250C to get your small discount for your purchase.
Some information on Hawk250.com. This blog isn’t run by the distributors of the hawk 250. This is a personal blog I started when my buddies and I got our hawk 250 dual sport bikes and I wanted to share our experience with the dirt bikes and the mods and upgrades we did to them. The best way to find information on this blog is to use the Search on the top. If you search “Exhausts” for example you will find all the blog posts I did about the hawk 250 exhaust upgrade.
Hawk 250 Upgrades
The good thing about the hawk 250 dual sport bike is that the upgrades are fairly priced. The most expensive thing I purchased was the exhaust for $160 but it was worth every penny. I also see TX Power Sports sells hawk 250 replacement parts and that is a good sign that you can get original hawk 250 parts also if you need.
My hawk 250 is around the 4800 mile range and it’s still running strong. I haven’t had any major issues with it. This bike does require a bit more upkeep so you don’t break down. So I only recommend these bikes to people who like working with their hands and getting them dirty.
If you just like to sit on the bike, turn it on and go every day without ever checking the bolts, nuts, wiring etc.. then this bike isn’t for you.
This bike is so easy to take apart and go over everything, I enjoy taking the time checking everything on the hawk in the garage with a few beers and some music. If you treat her right, she will ride you forever =).
Quick Hawk 250 Blog Links
If you would like to see the hawk 250 performance upgrades I did on my hawk 250 dual sport, then checkout some of the links below.
You can also read hawk 250 reviews on my blog https://hawk250.com/category/hawk-250-reviews/
Guide on Buying the Hawk 250 Dual Sport https://hawk250.com/buy-hawk-250-get-discount-code/
Hawk 250 Blog http://hawk250.com
Hawk 250 Shop http://hawk250.com/shop/
My Hawk 250 Performance Upgrades http://hawk250.com/hawk-250-rps-performance-upgrades/
Hawk 250 eBay Upgrade Links http://hawk250.com/hawk-250-upgrades-ebay/