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Yeah their great, its a 2 stroke though so it will scream, but you'll get a lot of top end speed out of those little guys. It all depends on how big the person is riding it. I rode a kx 100 when I was about 14 and kept it for about 3 years, and was fast as hell, always popping wheelies everywhere. So the answer is yes, their a great starter bike for younger racers.

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