KTM 620 RXC (1998)

The KTM 620 RXC is a dirt bike designed for off-road use. It was introduced in 1997 and remained in production until 2001. The RXC was powered by a liquid-cooled, single-cylinder, four-stroke engine with a displacement of 609.3cc. It also featured a six-speed transmission and had a maximum power output of around 50 horsepower.

One of the standout features of the 620 RXC was its suspension system. It had a WP upside-down fork in the front and a WP shock in the back. The suspension offered up to 11 inches of travel, which allowed the rider to tackle even the roughest terrain with ease. Additionally, the RXC weighed only 122 kilograms, making it very agile and easy to maneuver.

The RXC was equipped with a number of other features that made it ideal for off-road riding. It had an aluminum subframe, a stainless steel exhaust, and a lightweight plastic fuel tank. These features allowed the motorcycle to withstand the rigors of off-road use.

Despite its off-road focus, the KTM 620 RXC was also street legal. It was equipped with lights, mirrors, and other necessary equipment to meet the requirements of most road authorities. However, its true potential was realized on dirt roads and other off-road terrain.

Overall, the KTM 620 RXC was a rugged and capable motorcycle that was loved by off-road enthusiasts. It remains a popular choice for those looking for a powerful and agile dirt bike that can handle any terrain.

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