Dirt Bike Cost

Dirt Bike Cost

Many people like to have a sense of adventure in their lives. Cycling is great exercise and relaxation. Dirt bikes differ from other bikes mainly in that they incorporate features aimed at increasing endurance and performance on rough terrain.

Before you go out and buy that dirt bike you always wanted, you need to know that there are different types out there.

How much does a dirt bike cost?

Expect to pay anywhere between $8,300 and $11,500 for a brand-new dirt bike made by a well-known producer.

The cost of a dirt bike depends on the cylindrical capacity, as you can see below:

450cc dirt bike

The largest engine size you can find on a dirt bike has 450cc. These motorcycles are strong and quick and are created for experienced riders. The cost of a 450cc is anywhere between $9,300 and $11,500.

50cc dirt bike

Dirt Bike TypeIn general, the cost of a 50cc dirt bike is anywhere between $1,200 and $3,300. These bikes are marketed as having small displacements and are entry-level, designed mainly for younger children.

250cc dirt bike

A 250cc dirt bike is ideal for a seasoned motorcycle rider and costs anywhere between $8,200 and $10,500.

125cc dirt bike

This bike is recommended for adults and teenagers who are just starting out riding a dirt bike. Usually, a 125cc dirt bike costs anywhere between $3,100 and $8,500.

Electric bike cost

Most brand-new electric dirt bikes cost, in general, anywhere between $6,200 and $11,500. The electric bikes are silent, quick, and need little upkeep.

Used bike prices

Usually, the cost of a good-condition five-year-old dirt bike is approximately $5,000 less than a brand-new version of the same model. Moreover, a durable model such as Honda CRF tends to last longer than another cheaper model. So, a used dirt bike is a good option if you are on a tight budget.

The cost of a dirt bike by its type

Depending on the uses of each dirt bike, there will be more or fewer add-ons that will determine a change in price:

  • trail: $10,500 to $21,000;
  • motocross: $15,500 to $52,000 for higher-level riders;
  • sand/dessert: more than $15,500 to equip more whistles and bells for smoother handling.

Dirt bike cost breakdown

If you are wondering how much each bike part costs, here is the cost breakdown, without any labor expenses.

Graphics and frame

You might also like our articles on the cost of four-wheelers, the motorcycle license, or motorcycle wrapping.

Plan on spending around $260 for a dirt bike frame. You can personalize your dirt bike by adding new graphics. Depending on the design you wish, you will have to pay a minimum of $100 for the graphics.


The cost of an engine would be anywhere between $1,500 and $1,800, if using only OEM parts, including brand-new bearings everywhere on the engine, tensioner, cylinder head, cam chain, valvetrain, piston, crank, and a honed cylinder. The overall cost would be around $300 less than the amount mentioned above if aftermarket components are used.


Most stock foot pegs are extremely small and don’t offer enough traction. So, if you need a new set of foot pegs, expect to spend anywhere between $65 to more than $320.


Even though they are pretty small, the bearing gears have a very important role in keeping the wheel spinning smoothly and properly. Plan on spending up to $220 for good quality bearings for both rear and front brakes.

Wheels and tires

Expect to pay anywhere between $220 and $6,200 for a new set of wheels and tires (two tires and two rims) for your dirt bike.

Grease and fluid

In order to keep your dirt bike operating smoothly you will need grease and fluid. Plan on spending $50 to a few hundred of dollars, depending on the grease fluid type you need.

Final words

A dirt bike may be pretty expensive for some, but this is a good investment if you are into this hobby. Though, if you have a limited budget, you should look for a used dirt bike because it is much cheaper.


How fast do dirt bikes go?

The maximum speed a dirt bike can reach is 50 to 60 miles per hour, depending on several factors such as the terrain condition, type of engine, and horsepower.

Which is the cheapest dirt bike?

With a selling price of around $3,000, the Yamaha TTR125 is considered the cheapest dirt bike. Due to its compact design and price, this is a great choice for racers who have a low riding experience level.

Can a fourteen-year-old ride a dirt bike?

Yes, a 14-year-old can ride a dirt bike. Actually, there are electric dirt bikes that are suitable for kids as young as three. If your child is able to ride a bicycle with ease, then he will be able to also operate a dirt bike.

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