Best Dirt Bikes for Women for Trail Riding and Motocross

What are the best dirt bikes for women? That is a question we hear a lot.

One thing worth noting right away is that there are no specific men’s and women’s dirt bikes. Both men and women ride exactly the same dirt bikes. However, the fact is that typically women are shorter and lighter than men and have a smaller frame. For that reason, a smaller and lighter dirt bike is easier for women to operate.

Best dirt bikes for women are:

  • Beta Xtrainer
  • KTM 250 XC-W
  • Beta 200 RR
  • KTM Freeride E-XC
  • Yamaha YZ250X or Yamaha YZ250FX

In this in-depth post, you will find everything you need to know about how to choose a women’s dirt bike and all the best dirt bike models available whether you are a beginner or an experienced rider or if you are interested in trail riding or motocross.

We will discuss the following topics:

How to Choose a Dirt Bike for a Female Rider

Dirt bike riding is not only for men. A lot of women ride dirt bikes too and the number of female dirt bike riders is growing day by day.

Choosing a women’s dirt bike follows the same process as choosing a dirt bike for any other rider from adults and youth to kids. This means that making the decision becomes easier once you have few things figured out.

Next, let’s take a look at the questions you need to ask yourself when choosing dirt bikes for women.

Are You Going to Ride on Trails or Tracks?

The very first thing you need to figure out when choosing a ladies dirt bike is this: where you are mostly going to be riding. Are you interested in trail riding, enduro dirt biking, track riding, or motocross riding?

If you are planning to practice enduro, single track, or trail riding, you should choose a dirt bike from the cross country lineup (or trail, enduro, or off road—all manufacturers use different categories). And if you are going to ride motocross, go with the dirt bikes designed for track or motocross.

There are two types of dirt bikes: two-strokes and four-strokes. In short, two-strokes are popular among enduro and technical, lower-speed disciplines, such as single track, hard enduro, and trials. That’s because a two-stroke dirt bike works better on a more technical terrain and single tracks where you need to navigate through tight spaces. Thus, we would recommend a two-stroke for women riding trails and enduro.

Four-strokes, on the other hand, are a popular choice for motocross, supercross, adventure or dual sport, faster styles of trail or desert riding, and enduro. That’s because it’s generally easier to ride a four-stroke dirt bike on wide, open, and fast tracks. That is why a four-stroke is a better suited for female motocross riders.

However, both dirt bike types are designed and manufactured to be ridden on all types of terrain. So at the end of the day, it all comes down to your personal preference.

Are You a Beginner Female Rider or an Experienced One?

If you are a beginner rider, you are going to look for a different kind of dirt bike compared to an experienced one in terms of the engine size and other dirt bike characteristics. You will want ease of riding that comes with a mellow power delivery.

One of the biggest misconceptions is that a dirt bike with a small engine makes a great beginner dirt bike for a female. This is not always true. Small engines, such as those in Yamaha YZ125 or KTM 150 XC-W that we often see recommended, do not have a lot of low-end torque available. This means that it is harder to learn how to operate the clutch. Basically, you need to use more gas to rev the engine in order not to stall the dirt bike. This can be difficult to do when only learning the basic skills and you can easily lose control of the bike.

That being said, do not let the engine size scare you or drive the decision process too much when selecting the correct model. The available low-end torque is more important than the engine size in CC. However, the engine size gives a general guideline for choosing a women’s dirt bike.

Recommended Engine Sizes for Women

We recommend beginner female riders to stay away from dirt bikes with a small engine, such as a 125cc two-stroke or a 110cc four-stroke, and rather choose based on other characteristics—unless these small dirt bikes offer some other attractive features such as a low seat height.

If you have already gained more experience and are on the advanced level, an engine size ranging from a 230cc four-stroke to a 250cc two-stroke would probably be the best fit for you. Whereas well experienced riders should definitely go with a 300cc two-stroke or a 250cc four-stroke.

We would recommend a 450cc four-stroke only if you are a female motocross rider with several years of experience.

But again, keep in mind that it is not all about the size of the engine but the available low-end torque and the way the power is delivered instead. In our experience, you can’t go wrong with an engine tuned to a mellow power delivery curve.

Choose an Electric Start for Easy Riding

Another feature that we recommend for female riders is an electric start. An electric start is a must for all beginner riders—women and men alike—and we recommended it also for experienced riders.

Just think about how much easier it is to push a button instead of kicking a pedal. A kick start is something that you only get frustrated with real soon.

What Are Your Physical Characteristics?

Your height and other physical features are important factors when it comes to choosing a women’s dirt bike. When you are riding on a dirt bike that fits your size, there is less risk of falling down or crashing and getting hurt. So it all comes down to the ease of riding that depends on your physical abilities as a female dirt bike rider.

Women are typically shorter and have a smaller frame size so it’s only logical that a dirt bike with a smaller frame and size is easier for women to handle. When the balls of your feet touch the ground (or at least one of your feet), you will be much more comfortable on the bike. Also, when your hands are not positioned too wide on the handlebars, it will be easier to turn and operate the bike. Last but not least, you need to be able to pick the dirt bike up if it falls down so you may want to pay attention to the overall weight of the bike, too.

Your weight and shoulder width are important factors since your weight affects the suspension and your shoulder width the width of the handlebars. However, they don’t really play a role yet when you are choosing the dirt bike. That’s because you can always change the suspension or cut the handlebars to your liking once you have acquired the bike.

What Is Your Height?

But what you do need to think about is your height, especially if you are a shorter lady. It’s difficult to say what the seat height of the dirt bike should be just based on your height. That’s because some people have longer legs while others have taller upper bodies. However, it does give you a starting point to begin with. We recommend hopping on some of the bikes that have the seat height recommended to your height and see if you can touch the ground with the balls of your feet.

This simple dirt bike seat height chart below gives you a general idea of what size of seat height you should be looking for.

Rider HeightSeat Height
6′ (182cm) or Taller37.5″ (95cm) or Higher
5’10” (178cm)35 to 39″ (89 to 99cm)
5’8″ (172cm)34 to 38″ (86 to 96cm)
5’6″ (167cm)34 to 37″ (86 to 94cm)
5’4″ (162cm)33 to 36″ (84 to 91cm)
5’2″ (157cm)31 to 35″ (79 to 89cm)
5′ (152cm)29 to 32″ (74 to 81cm)
4’10” (147cm)27 to 30″ (69 to 76cm)
4’8″ (142cm) or Shorter25 to 28″ (64 to 71cm) or Lower

Tips for Shorter and Taller Female Riders

If you are a shorter rider, it might be a hard job to find a good fit with a decent amount of engine power (or not too much). Also, many taller riders 6 feet or 182cm struggle with finding a good beginner dirt bike for women. Our advice for both shorter and taller riders is to look for lowering kits and seats with lower or taller profiles.

You can read more about how you can adjust the dirt bike seat height in our ultimate dirt bike size chart and seat height guide and guide to dirt bike seat ergonomics. Also, make sure to check out our guide for the best beginner dirt bikes to find additional information about what you should consider when choosing the perfect dirt bike for you.

How Strong Are You?

Another thing you want to consider is how strong you are. Operating a heavy dirt bike can be tricky, whereas maneuvering a lighter bike is significantly easier, in particular, for smaller women.

In addition, you will need to be able to pick up the bike when it falls—which tends to happen a lot especially if you are a beginner and only learning to ride. You will also need to be able to load a dirt bike into a truck or trailer after a riding day.

In many riding style categories, you have several options to choose from, so pay attention to the curb weight of the dirt bike, that is the weight of the dirt bike with all standard equipment and a full tank of fuel.

When it comes to the engine type, two-stroke dirt bikes are lighter with their smaller engines, whereas four-stroke dirt bikes have a larger engine so they are heavier. Since two-strokes are made lighter, they are generally easier to maneuver, pick up if you fall, as well as load and unload. All in all, you may not need to use as much energy when riding on a two-stroke. Four-strokes on the other hand can take more energy and effort to ride as their heavier weight requires more from your fitness.

Best Dirt Bikes for Women – for Trail Riding

  1. Beta Xtrainer
  2. KTM 250 XC-W
  3. Beta 200 RR
  4. KTM Freeride E-XC
  5. Yamaha YZ250X or Yamaha YZ250FX

These are our choices for the best dirt bikes for women for trail riding, single track riding, enduro, and hard enduro. We selected the above-mentioned dirt bikes on our top five list because they are lightweight, they come with a light clutch pull and an electric start, they do not stall easily, and there are lowering kits available for each of the models.

The dirt bikes listed in here are our overall favorite dirt bikes for women for trail riding. If you are looking for a dirt bike for a female beginner, take a look at the next section with our choices for the best beginner dirt bikes for women.

1. Beta Xtrainer for Women Dirt Bike Riders

Side view of the best trail dirt bike for women Beta Xtrainer
Our winner for the best women’s dirt bike for trail riding is the Beta Xtrainer.

The Beta Xtrainer is our winner for the best dirt bike for women. It is a very versatile off-road dirt bike that is easy enough for beginner riders to ride and handle, yet it is able to deliver high performance and has a suspension set that supports also more experienced riders. Thus, it is a great beginner to intermediate bike for all ladies that like trail riding.

The Beta Xtrainer has a 300cc two-stroke engine, which is tuned to a very mellow power delivery curve. It has a light clutch pull and it does not stall easy for a two-stroke dirt bike, which makes it very easy to operate and control the bike. The bike comes with an electric start, so you will get the bike going in all conditions.

It also has a lowered seat height of 35.8″ (910mm) so female riders around 5′ 4″ (162cm) tall can still comfortably reach the ground without the need to lower the bike. The curb weight of 216lb (98kg) without fuel makes it also one of the lightest dirt bikes for women on our top 5 list.

Additionally, the seat and the top of the bike is also very narrow and the overall feeling is smaller than in comparable dirt bikes. This is something we know all women will appreciate.

The Beta Xtrainer is listed with a starting price of $8,299. The reasonable price makes it a great investment especially as the bike has a great resale value.

Make / ModelRiding StyleEngine TypeSeat HeightCurb WeightFront TireRear TireMSRP
Beta XtrainerOff Road292cc
2-stroke
35.8″ (910mm)216lb (98kg)
no fuel
80/100 R21110/100 R18$8,299
Specifications for the best dirt bike for women Beta Xtrainer.

2. KTM 250 XC-W for Female Dirt Bike Riders

Side view of the second best women's dirt bike for trail riding KTM 250 XC-W
The runner-up for the best women’s dirt bike for trail riding is the KTM 250 XC-W. Photographer: Kiska / KTM.

The KTM 250 XC-W is the second best dirt bike for women. KTM is famous for producing the best dirt bikes for trail riding and just like its big brother KTM 300 XC-W, that was our winner for the best trail dirt bike, this model is crème de la crème.

It has a powerful 250cc two-stroke engine thanks to which the bike will be able to tackle anything you throw at it. It is a great bike both for experienced female riders and women competing at enduro races as it is ready to race.

This dirt bike comes with a light clutch pull, making it easy to use the clutch without getting hand fatigue—or arm pump in the worst case scenario. Its suspension offers all riders on all levels with excellent performance across all terrain types.

The KTM 250 XC-W is relatively lightweight with a curb weight of 228lb (103kg) without fuel. However, this dirt bike is tall: the seat height is at 37.8″ (960mm), which puts this bike on the higher end of the scale and a good fit for 5′ 8″ (172cm) tall women.

The KTM dirt bikes usually come with a heavier price tag and this bike is not an exception. The base MSRP for the KTM 250 XC-W is $10,799. However, also this one has a great resale value.

Make / ModelRiding StyleEngine TypeSeat HeightCurb WeightFront TireRear TireMSRP
KTM
250 XC-W
Enduro249cc
2-stroke
37.8″ (960mm)228lb (103kg)
no fuel
80/100 x 21110/100 x 18$10,799
Specifications for the second best dirt bike for women KTM 250 XC-W.

3. Beta 200 RR for Women Dirt Bikers

Side view of the third best trail dirt bike for women Beta 200 RR
Our choice for the third place for the best women’s dirt bike for trail riding is the Beta 200 RR.

The Beta 200 RR has the third place on our list of the best dirt bikes for women. This off-road dirt bike comes with a 200cc 2-stroke engine. It is very peppy and responsive—and ready for racing—which makes it a perfect fit for pro and amateur riders alike.

The suspension in Beta 200 RR is very comfortable. It offers a more plush trail ride feel yet being also able to react to sharp hits. Whereas the clutch provides a composed and controlled response even in rough terrain conditions and the lighter clutch pull significantly reduces hand fatigue.

When we tested the Beta 200 RR, it felt very small, nimble, narrow, and easy to maneuver. The bike is a bit smaller than a full-size dirt bike with a seat height of 36.6″ (930mm) so women who are 5′ 6″ (167cm) and taller can comfortably reach the ground. It is also very light at 214lb (97kg) without fuel, which comes handy when it’s time to load the bike at the end of the riding day.

The pricing for the Beta 200 RR starts at $9,299.

Make / ModelRiding StyleEngine TypeSeat HeightCurb WeightFront TireRear TireMSRP
Beta
200 RR
Off Road190cc
2-stroke
36.6″ (930mm)214lb (97kg) no fuel80/100 R21110/100 R18$9,299
Specifications for the third best dirt bike for women Beta 200 RR.

4. KTM Freeride E-XC for Lady Dirt Bike Riders

Side view of the fourth best women's dirt bike for trail riding KTM Freeride E-XC
Our choice for the fourth place on the list of the best trail dirt bikes for women is the KTM Freeride E-XC. Photographer: Kiska / KTM.

It is simply impossible to ignore electric dirt bikes when choosing the best dirt bikes for women. That is why the KTM Freeride E-XC made it to number four on our list.

The KTM Freeride E-XC is a full-size full electric dirt bike. With the maximum power of 18kW, it has enough power to conquer any type of obstacle that comes it way. This electric dirt bike is easy to ride as it does’t have a clutch or use gears. It has a good range of 20 miles and it charges 110 minutes to full so it will surely cater to your needs.

The seat height of 35.8″ (910mm) makes the KTM Freeride E-XC the smallest bike—together with the Beta Xtrainer—on our top 5 list and a perfect fit for female riders around 5′ 4″ (162cm) tall. Though it is not the lightest bike on the list, it still is very light for a full-size dirt bike with its curb weight of 245lb (111 kg).

The prices for all electric dirt bikes are still on the higher side and the pricing for the KTM Freeride E-XC starts at $11,099. However, the maintenance and tuning is much more simple so the heavier price tag is totally worth it.

  • Full Electric
  • Max. Power 18kW
  • E-Ride for Trail Riding
  • Seat Height 35.8″ (910mm)
  • Weight 245lb (111kg)
  • Front Tire 21″ – Rear Tire 18″
  • Range 20 miles
  • Charge 110 minutes to full, 75 minutes to 80%
  • Price $11,099

5. Yamaha YZ250X and Yamaha YZ250FX for Female Dirt Bikers

Side view of the fifth best trail dirt bike for women Yamaha YZ250X
Our choice for the fifth place on the list of the best trail dirt bikes for women is the Yamaha YZ250X and YZ250FX.

Last but not least, the Yamaha YZ250X and Yamaha YZ250FX made it to our top 5 list for the best beginner dirt bikes for women. Both models are known for being reliable and well proven for cross country and trail type riding, including enduro. They are basically the same bike except for the fact that the YZ250X is a 250 cc two-stroke and the YZ250FX a 250cc four-stroke. So it all comes to whether you prefer a two-stroke or a four-stroke engine.

The Yamaha YZ250X and YZ250FX models are powerful, nimble, and fast. Both models offer a lightweight aluminum frame with the YZ250X being slightly lighter at 229lb (104kg) and the YZ250FX at 245lb (111kg) with its heavier 4-stroke engine. Many women riders like the overall high-quality suspension and very light clutch operation, although some parts and design options may seem outdated.

Both of these Yamaha models are relatively tall. The YZ250X has a seat height of 38.4″ (975mm) so we would recommend it for taller riders of 5′ 10″ (178cm) or taller. The same goes for the YZ250FX: the seat height of 37.6″ (955mm) works great for riders 5′ 8″ (172cm) or taller.

Yamaha dirt bikes usually come with a reasonable price tag with the prices starting at $7,999 for the YZ250X and $8,899 for the YZ250FX.

Make / ModelRiding StyleEngine TypeSeat HeightCurb WeightFront TireRear TireMSRP
Yamaha
YZ250X
Cross Country249cc
2-stroke
38.4″ (975mm)229lb (104kg)80/100-21110/100-18$7,999
Yamaha YZ250FXCross Country250cc
4-stroke
37.6″ (955mm)245lb (111kg)80/100-21110/100-18$8,899
Specifications for the fifth best dirt bike for women Yamaha YZ250X and Yamaha YZ250FX.

Best Beginner Dirt Bikes for Women

  1. Yamaha TT-R230
  2. Kawasaki KLX140R F
  3. Beta Xtrainer
  4. KTM Freeride E-XC
  5. Honda CRF230F

The above-mentioned models are the best beginner dirt bikes for women who are looking for their first dirt bike and are interested in trail riding, single track riding, and enduro. These dirt bikes are perfect for beginner females because they have a mellow power delivery and a light clutch pull and they are hard to stall. In addition, they are lightweight and come with a low seat height. All these characteristics make them easy to operate.

Another common thing for the best dirt bikes for beginner females is that they come with an electric start. As a beginner rider, you will stall the bike on a regular basis. Kicking a pedal multiple times will quickly wear you out, whereas pushing a button sounds pretty darn good and less stressful compared to that.

In addition, three of these beginner dirt bikes for women are four-strokes. We recommend four-stroke dirt bikes for beginner females and any first time riders as they are easy to handle and have a lower tuned, more forgiving engine performance. They also stall much less and are generally well tuned for a more mellow power delivery. All in all, four-stroke engines do more of the work for you, so you will have less to think about and the riding becomes easier.

1. Yamaha TT-R230 for Beginner Female Riders

Side view of the best beginner dirt bike for women Yamaha TT-R230
Our winner of the best beginner dirt bike for women for trail riding is the Yamaha TT-R230.

If you are only getting started with the sport, the best beginner dirt bike for a female is the Yamaha TT-R230. It is probably one of the easiest trail bikes to learn to ride dirt bikes with and it offers a good amount of power without being too scary for beginners.

This beginner dirt bike for women with a 230cc four-stroke engine offers a great low-end torque and a hard-to-stall engine, which makes learning the clutch control easier. In addition, it has a light clutch pull that further helps with learning to use the clutch as you don’t have to struggle with pulling a stubborn clutch. The Yamaha TT-R230 simply comes with the perfect combo of power and size making the riding relaxing and controlled and this bike perfect for just about any female rider.

The low seat height just over 34 inches (869mm) makes this beginner dirt bike for female easy to handle and a great fit for ladies 5′ 2″ (157cm) or taller. However, it is a little heavier than some of the other dirt bikes on this list with its curb weight of 251lb (114kg), so it requires some more muscle to pick it back up if you tip it over.

The Yamaha TT-R230 comes with a very nice starting price of $4,499 for a full-size dirt bike with a decent engine.

Make / ModelRiding StyleEngine TypeSeat HeightCurb WeightFront TireRear TireMSRP
Yamaha
TT-R230
Trail223cc
4-stroke
34.2″ (869mm)251lb (114kg)80/100-21100/100-18$4,499
Specifications for the best beginner dirt bike for female Yamaha TT-R230.

2. Kawasaki KLX140R F for Female Beginners

Side view of the second best women's dirt bike for beginners Kawasaki KLX140R F
The runner-up for the best beginner dirt bike for women for trail riding is the Kawasaki KLX140R F.

The Kawasaki KLX140R F is the second best beginner dirt bike for women. It is a simple and reliable but effective dirt bike and a popular choice for women who are new to dirt biking.

The 140cc four-stroke engine is very smooth, which is perfect for beginners and any female rider who is looking for simplicity and ease on her first ride. A well-balanced engine also makes it easier to figure out the clutch and throttle control.

The adjustable suspension in the KLX140R F is good and plush and suits most female riders. The full-size tires will be able to handle bigger obstacles without any issues.

With the seat height of 33.9 inches (861mm) any woman who is average height at 5’2″ (157cm) or taller will be able to comfortably reach the ground, which is important at the learning phase. This dirt bike is also extremely lightweight, which makes it a great beginner dirt bike for female.

If you are 5′ (152cm) or shorter, we recommend the smaller version of this model, the Kawasaki KLX140R L, which is our top choice for short females. It is basically the same bike but with smaller wheels (19″ front and 16″ rear) and a lower seat height of 31.5″ (800mm), plus a few pounds lighter frame. Keep in mind though that the smaller wheels are not able to handle obstacles as easily as full-sized ones.

We really like how the Kawasaki KLX140R F is priced at $4,049. It’s hard to beat that!

Make / ModelRiding StyleEngine TypeSeat HeightCurb WeightFront TireRear TireMSRP
Kawasaki
KLX140R F
Off Road144cc
4-stroke
33.9″ (861mm)218lb (99kg)2.75×214.10×18$4,049
Specifications for the second best beginner dirt bike for female Kawasaki KLX140R F.

3. Beta Xtrainer for Female Beginner Dirt Bikers

Side view of the third best beginner dirt bike for women Beta Xtrainer
Our choice for the third place for the best beginner dirt bike for women for trail riding is the Beta Xtrainer.

As we announced before, the Beta Xtrainer is the overall best dirt bike for women. However, it is also a great beginner dirt bike for women due to its lightweight construction and lowered seat height. That being said, it made it on the third place on our list for the best dirt bike for female beginners.

While it has a 300cc two-stroke engine that might sound intimidating to a beginner, it delivers a very mellow and tame power. This makes it very hard to stall the dirt bike, which in turn makes it very easy to control and learn the proper clutch operation. The light clutch pull also helps with learning how to use the clutch.

The Beta Xtrainer has a lowered seat height of 35.8″ (910mm) compared to other full-size bikes. This allows for more maneuverability and provides a better footing for beginner female riders. We recommend this bike for women riders around 5′ 4″ (162cm) tall. And the weight of 216lb (98kg) without fuel means that it will be easier to pick up the bike when it falls—which tends to happen with beginners.

The Beta Xtrainer is a very attractive beginner dirt bike for women as you will basically not grow out of it. The pricing for the Beta Xtrainer starts at $8,299 and this models tends to have a great resale value.

Make / ModelRiding StyleEngine TypeSeat HeightCurb WeightFront TireRear TireMSRP
Beta
Xtrainer
Off Road292cc 2-stroke35.8″ (910mm)216lb (98kg)
no fuel
80/100 R21110/100 R18$8,299
Specifications for the third best dirt bike for women Beta Xtrainer.

4. KTM Freeride E-XC for Female Beginners

Side view of the fourth best women's dirt bike for beginners KTM Freeride E-XC
Our choice for the fourth place on the list of the best beginner dirt bikes for women for trail riding is the KTM Freeride E-XC.

The full electric KTM Freeride E-XC pops up again as the fourth best beginner dirt bike for women. It is an excellent starter bike for women who ride on trails.

The Freeride E-XC was originally designed as a beginner trail bike with a mellow and easy to learn two-stroke engine. Back in 2018, KTM transformed this lightweight model to a full electric dirt bike keeping its beginner style approach. This full-size full electric dirt bike now provides the maximum power of 18kW and offers a good range of up to 20 miles.

What we especially like about this electric dirt bike is that it doesn’t have clutch or gears. This means that beginners don’t need to worry about learning how to use the clutch or stalling the bike, which causes headache for most beginner riders. Simply put, it is very easy to ride this bike and it is very easy to learn the basic trail riding techniques with it.

The seat height of 35.8″ (910mm) is a perfect fit for female riders around 5′ 4″ (162cm) tall. However, the overall weight of 245lb (111kg) can be an issue for some riders when you need to pick it up.

Being electric also makes maintenance and tuning much more simple and, therefore, the KTM Freeride E-XC is a great option for beginner female riders. The pricing starts at $11,099.

  • Full Electric
  • Max. Power 18kW
  • E-Ride for Trail Riding
  • Seat Height 35.8″ (910mm)
  • Weight 245lb (111kg)
  • Front Tire 21″ – Rear Tire 18″
  • Range 20 miles
  • Charge 110 minutes to full, 75 minutes to 80%
  • Price $11,099

5. Honda CRF230F for Beginner Woman Riders

Side view of the fifth best beginner dirt bike for women Honda CRF230F
Our choice for the fifth place on the list of the best beginner dirt bikes for women for trail riding is the Honda CRF230F.

The Honda CRF230F continues being a solid beginner dirt bike for women. For that reason, it is number five on our list. This model was discontinued in 2019 but it is a great buy as used.

This dirt bike has a simple 230cc four-stroke engine with a smooth low-end torque, which makes it easier to use the clutch as a beginner rider. In addition, the power delivery is extremely forgiving, which is important when you’re only learning to ride on trails. All in all, this bike is very durable and reliable.

Although the Honda CRF230F doesn’t have the best suspension, it does have excellent handling characteristics. It handles very well tight turns, cornering, and obstacles, which makes this dirt bike a great trail bike.

The seat height of 34.6″ (879mm) makes this dirt bike perfect for women who are around 5′ 4″ (162cm) or taller. The curb weight of 248lb (112kg) can sound a lot to female beginners, however, the bike is actually easier to pick up than most full size bikes because of its low center of gravity.

You can find pre-owned Honda CRF230F on the market somewhere around $3,800.

Make / ModelRiding StyleEngine TypeSeat HeightCurb WeightFront TireRear TireMSRP
Honda CRF230FTrail223cc 4-stroke34.6″ (879mm)248lb (112kg)80/100-21100/100-18N/A
Specifications for the fifth best dirt bike for women Honda CRF230F.

Best Dirt Bikes for Short Females

  1. Kawasaki KLX140R L
  2. Yamaha TT-R125LE
  3. Honda CRF125F
  • BONUS: Kawasaki KLX110R for extremely small women

These are the best dirt bikes for short females for trail riding and single track riding. The dirt bikes listed here are the smallest ones out there that still have a decent amount of power delivery for adults.

All of these dirt bikes are less than 32 inches off the ground, making them an ideal size for short women who are 5′ (152cm) tall or shorter since most will be able to put their feet fully on the ground. However, the compromise with the lower seat height comes with smaller wheels—none of these bikes have full-size wheels, which affects the bike’s ability to handle obstacles.

We recommend these dirt bikes as beginner bikes for short females. Starting on a smaller dirt bike can build your confidence quicker, especially if you’re a shorter person and are able to comfortably reach the ground. Once you get more experience, however, you will notice that you don’t need to have both of your feet on the ground, and more importantly, your will want more power and performance out of your dirt bike.

That being said, you will soon find yourself in a situation where you need a new bike. For that reason, we’d recommend upgrading to a more powerful full-size dirt bike from the start and installing a lowering kit or look for other ways to lower the seat height.

1. Kawasaki KLX140R L for Short Female Riders

Side view of the best trail dirt bike for short female riders Kawasaki KLX140R L
Our winner for the best trail dirt bike for short female riders is the Kawasaki KLX140R L.

The Kawasaki KLX140R L is our winner for the best dirt bike for short female riders. The Kawasaki KLX140R L is basically the same bike as its big brother, the Kawasaki KLX140R F, that we ranked as the second best beginner dirt bike for women. Therefore, it is a solid option for shorter ladies who are learning to ride on trails.

This model too has a 140cc four-stroke engine that is smooth and well-balanced, making it is very easy to ride and practice the clutch control. The plush and adjustable suspension suits most female riders and the electric start makes for one less cause of stress for a beginner.

The only difference between the KLX140R L and the KLX140R F is the size. This model comes with a 2.5 inches lower seat height of 31.5″ (800mm), which is substantially lower and makes this bike a perfect fit for female riders who are 5′ (152cm) tall. The compromise comes though with the smaller 19″ front and 16″ rear wheels. The overall weight of this dirt bike is 209lb (95kg), which makes it easier to maneuver and pick up for smaller women.

The prices for smaller dirt bikes are usually pretty attractive. And the KLX140R L is no exception with the MSRP starting at $3,749.

Make / ModelRiding StyleEngine TypeSeat HeightCurb WeightFront TireRear TireMSRP
Kawasaki KLX140R LOff Road144cc 4-stroke31.5″ (800mm)209lb (95kg)70/100-1990/100-16$3,749
Specifications for the best dirt bike for short females Kawasaki KLX140R L.

2. Yamaha TT-R125LE for Short Women Riders

Side view of the second best trail dirt bike for short women Yamaha TT-R125LE
The runner-up for the best trail dirt bike for short female riders is the Yamaha TT-R125LE.

The Yamaha TT-R125LE is the runner-up on our list for the best dirt bike for short women. It is a great beginner dirt bike for female adults that are looking for a simple and easy-to-ride trail bike with a lower seat height.

This dirt bike has a 125cc four-stroke engine with a smooth and manageable power output that makes learning the throttle and clutch control easier as the engine is more difficult to stall. The adjustable, soft suspension and the rigid frame design accommodate also adult riders. In addition, the TT-R125LE comes with an electric start for an easy start up and 19″ front and 16″ rear wheels that provide great handling.

The seat height of 31.7″ (805mm) makes this dirt bike accessible to most short riders who are 5′ (152cm), however, it is the tallest dirt bike on this top 3 list. This dirt bike is also really lightweight with an overall weight of only 198lb (90kg), which makes it easy to handle also for smaller women.

We really like how the Yamaha TT-R125LE is priced at $3,399.

Make / ModelRiding StyleEngine TypeSeat HeightCurb WeightFront TireRear TireMSRP
Yamaha
TT-R125LE
Trail124cc 4-stroke31.7″ (805mm)198lb (90kg)70/100-1990/100-16$3,399
Specifications for the second best dirt bike for short females Yamaha TT-R125LE.

3. Honda CRF125F for Short Females

Side view of the third best trail dirt bike for short females Honda CRF125F
Our choice for the third place for the best trail dirt bike for short female riders is the Honda CRF125F.

The Honda CRF125F is another great dirt bike for short women riders. That is why it has the third place on our list of the best dirt bikes for short females.

The 125cc four-stroke engine is reliable and smooth and comes with an easy-to-use power, meaning that it’s very forgiving and great for learning to ride and use the conventional clutch. This dirt bike is also very comfortable to ride thanks to the long-travel suspension and it also provides the control of a full-size bike. The electric start ensures a reliable start up each time.

The CRF125F comes with 17″ front and 14″ rear wheels, which means that you need to put in some more effort to roll over rocks and logs. However, thanks to the small wheels, the seat of this bike sits at slightly over 29 inches (740mm), which makes a great entry-level bike for short women who are 4′ 10″ (147cm) tall.

A bit taller riders who want to try this easy-to-ride trail bike should choose the CRF125F Big Wheel. It’s the exact same dirt bike but only with a taller seat height of 30.9″ (785mm), which is still very low and a nice fit for 5′ (152cm) tall riders. In addition, this model comes with medium sized wheels (19″ front and 16″ rear) so you don’t have to compromise too much on the wheel and tire size compared to a full-size bike.

Both models are very lightweight with only few pounds of difference: the CRF125F weighs 194lb (88kg) and the CRF125F Big Wheel 199lb (90kg). This means that both bikes are easy to handle and pick up if you fall over.

The pricing for the CRF125F starts at $3,399 and for its big brother, the CRF125F Big Wheel, at $3,799.

Make / ModelRiding StyleEngine TypeSeat HeightCurb WeightFront TireRear TireMSRP
Honda
CRF125F
Trail125cc 4-stroke29.1″ (740mm)194lb (88kg)70/100-1790/100-14$3,399
Honda
CRF125F
Big Wheel
Trail125cc 4-stroke30.9″ (785mm)199lb (90kg)70/100-1990/100-16$3,799
Specifications for the third best dirt bike for short females Honda CRF125F.

BONUS: Kawasaki KLX110R for Extremely Small Women

Side view of the best trail dirt bike for very short women Kawasaki KLX110R
The Kawasaki KLX110R is the best trail dirt bike for very short female riders.

If you are a really tiny woman who is 4′ 10″ (147cm) or under and 29″ is still a tall order for your legs, we have this extra recommendation for you.

The Kawasaki KLX110R is actually designed for kids and young riders. But it can very well ridden also by small female adults who are riding a dirt bike for the first time and feeling nervous about a more powerful dirt bike. Essentially, this bike offers everything a beginner female rider needs and even the smallest of women can handle it.

This dirt bike comes with a 110cc four-stroke engine with a super smooth power delivery that is not at all scary. The responsive low-end torque makes it harder to stall the bike and easier to use the clutch as a beginner rider. The rear suspension offers great performance and rider comfort and the electric starter offers hassle-free starting. In addition, this model has an automatic clutch, which many beginners can appreciate.

The best thing about this dirt bike is how small it is with its 14″ front and 12″ rear wheels. The seat sits at 26.8″ (681mm) above the ground, which allows even the tinier female riders who are 4’8″ (142cm) tall to fully put their feet on the ground and feel a better control over the bike. For someone who is only learning to ride, this is a major plus and helps with building your confidence quicker.

The owner’s manual lists the maximum rider weight of 122lb (55kg) so if you are heavier than that, you should opt for an upgraded suspension. Picking up this dirt bike if you fall shouldn’t be a problem even for small women as this dirt bike weighs only 168lb (76kg).

If you are 4’10” (147cm) or taller and just want a smaller dirt bike with a clutch to practice your skills, we recommend the taller version of this model, the Kawasaki KLX110R L. It is basically the same bike but with a two inches taller seat height and higher ground clearance, plus a manual clutch. The KLX110R L can also handle rider weights up to 154lb (70kg).

Both of these great worry-free entry-level trail bikes have a pretty great price too. The pricing for the KLX110R starts at $2,649 and for its big brother, the KLX110R L, at $2,849.

Make / ModelRiding StyleEngine TypeSeat HeightCurb WeightFront TireRear TireMSRP
Kawasaki
KLX110R
Off Road112cc 4-stroke26.8″ (681mm)168lb (76kg)2.50×143.00×12$2,649
Kawasaki
KLX110R L
Off Road112cc 4-stroke28.7″ (729mm)168lb (76kg)2.50×143.00×12$2,849
Specifications for the third best dirt bike for short females Kawasaki KLX110R.

Best Women’s Motocross Dirt Bikes

  1. Husqvarna FC 250
  2. KTM 250 SX-F
  3. Kawasaki KX250
  4. Honda CRF250R
  5. Yamaha YZ250F

These are our choices for the best women’s motocross dirt bikes. We selected these dirt bikes on our top five list because they feature a light clutch operation, an electric start, and a lightweight frame and they all can be lowered to fit your height with a lowering kit. These four-strokes are also race-ready which comes handy if you’re interested in racing motocross.

We have listed here the best motocross dirt bikes for women with the 250cc engine size. However, all of these models are also available with a 450cc and some also with a 350cc engine. You should go with either the 250cc, the 350cc or the 450cc engine of the listed model depending on your skills and experience level. A 250cc engine is good for female motocross riders with less experience and the 350cc and the 450cc engines are great for women’s motocross racers. All of the models with different engine sizes have an exactly or almost same seat height and only few pounds difference in curb weight.

1. Husqvarna FC 250 for Female Motocross Riders

Side view of the best motocross dirt bike for women Husqvarna FC 250
The Husqvarna FC 250 is the winner of the best motocross dirt bikes for women. Photographer: Kiska / Husqvarna.

Our first choice for the best women’s motocross dirt bike is the newly upgraded Husqvarna FC 250. You have the option to choose this bike also with a bigger 350cc or 450cc engine by selecting the FC 350 or FC 450 model.

The race for the winner of this category was tight between the Husqvarna FC 250 and the KTM 250 SX-F as these are basically the same bike with only small differences. However, the Husqvarna FC 250 came on top because it has slightly better brake clutch components and a lower seat height, which most women can appreciate.

We like the easy to pull Brembo clutch and the two position map switch to select between the max power and a tamer engine tuning. Additionally, Husqvarna added to the 2023 model a traction control and quick shift features that you can control with a flick of a button from the handlebar. Surely, they are handy for many female motocross riders for taming the dirt bike down for different track conditions.

The rear shock adjustments clickers are also of new design and require no tools to make adjustments. Now who doesn’t like that!

The FC 250 is also lower than the previous years’ models, with the 10mm overall lower stance obtained by a shorter front fork and an updated rear linkage system. This makes the FC 250 model ideal for many female motocross riders and a nice fit for 5’8″ (172cm) tall women. With the overall weight of 223lb (101kg) without fuel, this is as lightweight a full-size women’s motocross bike gets.

The pricing for the Husqvarna FC 250 starts at $10,099.

Make / ModelRiding StyleEngine TypeSeat HeightCurb WeightFront TireRear TireMSRP
Husqvarna
FC 250
Motocross249.9cc
4-stroke
36.9″ (939mm)223lb (101kg)
no fuel
80/100-21110/90-19$10,099
Husqvarna
FC 350
Motocross349.7cc
4-stroke
36.9″ (939mm)226lb (102kg)
no fuel
80/100-21110/90-19$10,799
Husqvarna
FC 450
Motocross449cc 4-stroke37.7″ (958mm)226lb (102kg)
no fuel
80/100-21120/90-19$10,899
Specifications for the best women’s motocross dirt bike Husqvarna FC 250, Husqvarna FC 350, and Husqvarna FC 450.

2. KTM 250 SX-F for Women Motocross Riders

Side view of the second best women's motocross bike KTM 250 SX-F
The KTM 250 SX-F is our second choice for the best women’s motocross bike. Photographer: Kiska / KTM.

The KTM 250 SX-F is the runner-up on our list of the best motocross dirt bikes for women and it is available also with a 350cc or 450cc engine as the 350 SX-F and 450 SX-F models. The SX-F models by KTM are almost identical with the Husqvarna FC models that we ranked as the best women’s motocross bike and KTM continues to dominate the top motocross bikes with their all new 2023 lineup.

The KTM 250 SX-F comes with a very light overall weight of 223lb (101kg) without fuel and a great 250cc four-stroke engine. This combination ensures that it is easy to control the bike and makes it a perfect fit for beginner and pro riders alike.

We like the stability and mass centralization that allows you to ride the KTM 250 SX-F aggressively with complete control without feeling that the bike is getting away from you. It promotes confidence, which is important for all motocross riders. In addition, the suspension feels plush and comfortable and the handling characteristics flexible and agile in all riding conditions.

In general, motocross dirt bikes are tall and the KTM 250 SX-F is no exception. The seat sits at 37.7″ (958mm) above the ground, making this model best suited for female motocross riders who are 5′ 8″ (172cm) and taller.

The KTM 250 SX-F is currently priced at $9,999.

Make / ModelRiding StyleEngine TypeSeat HeightCurb WeightFront TireRear TireMSRP
KTM 250
SX-F
Motocross249.9cc 4-stroke37.7″ (958mm)223lb (101kg)
no fuel
80/100-21110/90-19$9,999
KTM 350
SX-F
Motocross349cc 4-stroke37.7″ (958mm)223lb (101kg)
no fuel
80/100-21110/90-19$10,699
KTM 450
SX-F
Motocross449cc 4-stroke37.7″ (958mm)226lb (102kg)
no fuel
80/100-21120/80-19$10,899
Specifications for the second best women’s motocross dirt bike KTM 250 SX-F, KTM 350 SX-F, and KTM 450 SX-F.

3. Kawasaki KX250 for Lady Motocross Riders

Side view of the third best motocross dirt bike for women Kawasaki KX250
The Kawasaki KX250 holds the third place on our list for the best women’s motocross bikes.

The Kawasaki KX250 has the third place on our list of the best motocross dirt bikes for women. It is a popular and reliable motocross bike that is also available with a 450cc engine as the KX450 model.

The Kawasaki KX250 has a user-friendly performance setup in terms of both the engine power delivery and the suspension design, making this 250cc four-stroke a great option for female motocross riders.

The relatively low seat height of 37.8″ (960mm) combined with the overall lightweight chassis and total weight of 238lb (108kg) makes the KX250 a good competitor to the our winner and runner-up bikes above. Another huge plus is that the KX250 uses 48mm KYB suspension components, which are arguably considered better than those manufactured by WP that are used in the Husqvarna and KTM models.

The reason why we picked this model as one of the top three options for female motocross riders is that the Kawasaki KX250 offers a neutral riding position with great rider ergonomics. This means that shorter and taller riders alike will find this bike a good fit with only minor adjustments, for example by modifying the adjustable foot pegs and handlebar positioning. Without any adjustments, we recommend this bike for women riders 5′ 8″ (172cm) and taller.

The pricing for the Kawasaki KX250 starts at $8,499.

Make / ModelRiding StyleEngine TypeSeat HeightCurb WeightFront TireRear TireMSRP
Kawasaki KX250Motocross249cc 4-stroke37.8″ (960mm)238lb (108kg)80/100-21110/90-19$8,499
Kawasaki KX450Motocross449cc 4-stroke37.6″ (954mm)243lb (110kg)80/100-21120/80-19$9,599
Specifications for the third best women’s motocross dirt bike Kawasaki KX250 and Kawasaki KX450.

4. Honda CRF250R for Motocross Female Riders

Side view of the fourth best women's motocross bike Honda CRF250R
The Honda CRF250R is our choice for the fourth best women’s motocross bike.

The Honda CRF250R is ranking fourth on our list of the best motocross dirt bikes for women. You also have the option to choose a bigger 450cc engine if you go with the CRF450R model.

Honda has a long history in motocross and the CRF250R has gone through big updates in the 2023 model year lineup. This 250cc four-stroker is a great choice for female motocross riders, mainly because of the light overall weight and a narrow layout or frame. This bike feels much smaller than it is, and it shows in handling.

The stock Honda CRF250R may be one of the easiest bikes to handle in this women’s motocross bike category. The new model is said to handle exceptionally well and provide consistent power even at low RPMs, making this a great option for beginner to intermediate riders.

The reason why the CRF250R is not higher on our list is its suspension and the fact that it’s missing few important features. Firstly, Honda uses 49mm Showa forks and they could be better.

Secondly, Honda offers a launch control with the push of a button. That being said, we feel like it is not quite up to par with the leading manufacturers and we would like to see a mapping switch included as a standard for the map switch and tuning the engine power.

The seat on this motocross bike sits 37.8″ (960mm) above the ground, which means that 5′ 8″ (172cm) and taller women should be able to reach the ground without lowering the bike. This bike weighs only 229lb (104kg), so it will be easy to pick up if you fall.

The Honda CRF250R is the most affordable model on our list of best motocross dirt bikes for women with its starting price of $8,199.

Make / ModelRiding StyleEngine TypeSeat HeightCurb WeightFront TireRear TireMSRP
Honda CRF250RMotocross249cc 4-stroke37.8″ (960mm)229lb (104kg)80/100-21110/90-19$8,199
Honda CRF450RMotocross450cc 4-stroke38″ (965mm)245lb (111kg)80/100-21120/80-19$9,599
Specifications for the fourth best women’s motocross dirt bike Honda CRF250R and Honda CRF450R.

5. Yamaha YZ250F for Female MX Riders

Side view of the fifth best women's motocross bike Yamaha YZ250F
The Yamaha YZ250F has the fifth place on our list for the best motocross dirt bikes for women.

The legendary Yamaha YZ250F makes it to the fifth place on our list of the best motocross dirt bikes for women. This motocross bike is also available with a 450cc engine as the YZ450F model.

The YZ250F is a solid choice for female motocross riders with a 250cc four-stroke engine that is known for its broad powerband and low-end and mid-range torque. It offers two map options that allows you to quickly adjust to changing track or weather conditions.

That being said, we feel that this bike may lack in few areas. Firstly, the YZ250F comes with a cable actuated clutch instead of a hydraulic clutch, which makes the clutch pull quite stiff.

Secondly, this bike is tall and on the heavier side. With a seat height of 38.2″ (970mm), the YZ250F is the tallest one on our list of top 5 women’s motocross dirt bikes. This means that we can only recommend it to 5’10” (178cm) or taller riders. Also its overall weight around 234lb (106kg) makes it a better fit for taller riders with more muscle.

The pricing for the Yamaha YZ250F starts at $8,599.

Make / ModelRiding StyleEngine TypeSeat HeightCurb WeightFront TireRear TireMSRP
Yamaha YZ250FMotocross250cc 4-stroke38.2″ (970mm)234lb (106kg)80/100-21110/90-19$8,599
Yamaha YZ450FMotocross450cc 4-stroke38″ (965mm)240lb (108kg)80/100-21120/80-19$9,899
Specifications for the fifth best women’s motocross dirt bike Yamaha YZ250F and Yamaha YZ450F.

Women’s Dirt Bikes Chart

Below you can find a list of all the dirt bike models that we recommend for women riders in this post.

This list of dirt bikes for women makes it easier for you to compare the different models and their key factors, such as the engine type, seat height, and curb weight as well as the manufacturer’s recommended riding style and the starting prices for the 2023 models.

Make / ModelRiding StyleEngine TypeSeat HeightCurb WeightFront TireRear TireMSRP
Honda
CRF125F
Trail125cc 4-stroke29.1″ (740mm)194lb (88kg)70/100-1790/100-14$3,399
Honda
CRF125F Big Wheel
Trail125cc 4-stroke30.9″ (785mm)199lb (90kg)70/100-1990/100-16$3,799
Honda
CRF230F (2019)
Trail223cc 4-stroke34.6″ (879mm)248lb (112kg)80/100-21100/100-18N/A
Yamaha
TT-R125LE
Trail124cc 4-stroke31.7″ (805mm)198lb (90kg)70/100-1990/100-16$3,399
Yamaha
TT-R230
Trail223cc 4-stroke34.2″ (869mm)251lb (114kg)80/100-21100/100-18$4,499
Yamaha YZ250XCross Country249cc 2-stroke38.4″ (975mm)229lb (104kg)80/100-21110/100-18$7,999
Yamaha YZ250FXCross Country250cc 4-stroke37.6″ (955mm)245lb (111kg)80/100-21110/100-18$8,899
KTM
250 XC-W
Enduro249cc 2-stroke37.8″ (960mm)228lb (103kg) no fuel80/100 x 21110/100 x 18$10,799
KTM
Freeride
E-XC
E-RideMax. Power 18kW35.8″ (910mm)245lb (111kg)21″18″$11,099
Kawasaki KLX110ROff Road112cc 4-stroke26.8″ (681mm)168lb (76kg)2.50×143.00×12$2,649
Kawasaki KLX110R LOff Road112cc 4-stroke28.7″ (729mm)168lb (76kg)2.50×143.00×12$2,849
Kawasaki KLX140R LOff Road144cc 4-stroke31.5″ (800mm)209lb (95kg)70/100-1990/100-16$3,749
Kawasaki KLX140R FOff Road144cc 4-stroke33.9″ (861mm)218lb (99kg)2.75×214.10×18$4,049
Beta
Xtrainer
Off Road292cc 2-stroke35.8″ (910mm)216lb (98kg) no fuel80/100 R21110/100 R18$8,299
Beta
200 RR
Off Road190cc 2-stroke36.6″ (930mm)214lb (97kg) no fuel80/100 R21110/100 R18$9,299
Honda CRF250RMotocross249cc 4-stroke37.8″ (960mm)229lb (104kg)80/100-21100/90-19$8,199
Honda CRF450RMotocross450cc 4-stroke38″ (965mm)245lb (111kg)80/100-21120/80-19$9,599
Yamaha
YZ250F
Motocross250cc 4-stroke38.2″ (970mm)234lb (106kg)80/100-21110/90-19$8,599
Yamaha
YZ450F
Motocross450cc 4-stroke38″ (965mm)240lb (109kg)80/100-21120/80-19$9,899
KTM 250
SX-F
Motocross250cc 4-stroke37.7″ (958mm)223lb (101kg) no fuel80/100-21110/90-19$9,999
KTM 350
SX-F
Motocross349cc 4-stroke37.7″ (958mm)223lb (101kg)
no fuel
80/100-21110/90-19$10,699
KTM 450
SX-F
Motocross449cc 4-stroke37.7″ (958mm)226lb (102kg) no fuel80/100-21120/80-19$10,899
Kawasaki
KX250
Motocross249cc 4-stroke37.8″ (960mm)238lb (108kg)80/100-21110/90-19$8,499
Kawasaki
KX450
Motocross449cc 4-stroke37.6″ (954mm)243lb (110kg)80/100-21120/80-19$9,599
Husqvarna
FC 250
Motocross249cc 4-stroke36.9″ (939mm)223lb (101kg) no fuel80/100-21110/90-19$10,099
Husqvarna
FC 350
Motocross349.7cc 4-stroke36.9″ (939mm)226lb (102kg)
no fuel
80/100-21110/90-19$10,799
Husqvarna
FC 450
Motocross449cc 4-stroke36.9″ (939mm)227lb (103kg) no fuel80/100-21120/90-19$10,999
This is a list of the best dirt bikes for women. The prices are for the 2023 models in US.

Are You Looking For a Women’s Pink Dirt Bike?

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A pink dirt bike is something that many female riders dream of. We are sorry to break the news to you, but none of the manufactures have pink dirt bikes for adults.

The legendary Honda CRF50F is the only pink dirt bike on the market. However, with a 50cc four-stroke engine, a seat height of 21.6 inches and 10″ tires, it is designed for children.

Nonetheless, if you want a women’s pink dirt bike, there is a way to get that. You can buy the dirt bike of your choice and then modify it into a hot pink dirt bike. For example, you can get pink plastics, graphics kit, hand grips, handguards, handlebar pad, seat cover, and spoke skin covers.

If you are not able to find dirt bike plastics and graphics kits to your liking and that fit your dirt bike, you can usually get them painted or customized. Also, make sure that the plastics and graphics kits fit your dirt bike make and model.

Here’s a list of our favorite parts that you can use for turning you boring ride into a pink dirt bike:

Conclusions

The best women’s dirt bike is the one that fits your personal riding style, experience level, and height. This way, you are actually going to ride your dike instead of letting it sit in the garage.

The best dirt bikes for women are lightweight, come with a light clutch pull, have an electric start, and do not stall easily. Don’t let the engine size be the decisive fact when selecting the dirt bike. Instead, pay attention more to the available low-end torque as it is going to determine the ease of riding.

Especially, if you are choosing a dirt bike for your girlfriend or wife, go with one with a mellow power delivery and a seat height that fits your lady and her riding style. There’s no faster way to scare her away from dirt bike riding than a too tall dirt bike your girlfriend cannot handle.

Ultimately, there are many great dirt bikes for women out there to choose from. The most important thing is to choose one that you’re comfortable riding with.

Have fun out there!

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Last updated: October 5th, 2022