To sum up, I find the KX250F to be the happy medium of all the bikes in the class. The engine is not the strongest, but it delivers a smooth and linear power, which is something any skill level rider can like and get used to. The Showa suspension is simple, easy to set up, and offers lots of options to find a setting you are comfortable with. The chassis design, as far as the thin radiator shrouds and seat shape, make it arguably one of the most comfortable bikes in its class. Kawasaki has certainly made a strong all-around bike. It doesn’t really have a strong point in any area, but is comfortable and easy to set up. I am excited to see the progress I can make with the KX250F with some modifications along with more seat time.