At 271 pounds, the enduro styled QLINK XF 200 is a very manageable street legal dirt bike. It's a 4 stroke 200 cc engine, fueled by a Mikuni carburetor and will take you most anywhere your heart desires, getting approximately 80 miles per gallon, riding solo on the street. With its attractive 2.8 gallon tank, the QLINK XP gets pretty good mileage. With 10.6 inches of ground clearance, the rider is seated on a two-up vinyl seat at 31 inches. Its turning radius is 17.7 feet, which sets you up for the off-road twisties and street wrong turns. For off-road errors-in-judgment, it has a full line of replaceable plastic body parts in three colors. The skid plate helps you take the near-disasters out of some of your mistakes also. Combined with its sturdy steel frame, this bike can take you everywhere.
Don't look for fancy instrumentation on an enduro type bike – its bare bones, consisting of a speedometer with integrated trip reset and a tach. The bike has an electric start, which isn’t exactly the desired start-up for the rugged terrain an off-road bike battery can get. The five speed, chain drive transmission is geared well for both street and dirt. The 17 inch aluminum wheels look sharp on the ride, wherever it may be.
Made in China, with a Suzuki designed 15.4 braking horsepower power-plant, this 46.5 inch tall dual-sport bike takes to the rigors of the dirt like it was made for it – the surprising part is how nice it takes to the street too. At 86.6 inches long and 32.7 inches wide, it can handle whatever you're decide to put it through; be it parking and U-turns or jumps and dirt. With its well-thought-out styling and great handling, this bike fits in anywhere it wants to go. Good thing you're along for the ride.