Dirt Bikes With Electric Start (All Major Brands and Models)

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Getting old isn’t fun. Not only is a normal day of riding getting more tiring, but if I’ve stalled my bike enough, my knee is also hurting. That, along with the general convenience, is why I’m in the market for a different dirt bike. I sold my CRF450R and I’m planning on buying only dirt bikes with electric start. Well, that is unless I get my hands on a cool little pit bike first!

If you’re joints (or patience) are wearing out, here is a list of all of the best dirt bikes with electric start that I could find. Of course, there may be more added in the future, so I’ll keep this list up-to-date as best as I can.

Also, this list only includes the major dirt bike brands like Yamaha, Honda, etc. This is not meant to be an exhaustive list that includes every single brand or model ever made. On the other hand, this is a list of only the best options.


Beta 300 RR dirt bike on white background

Beta dirt bikes are well-known (and liked) by many. They aren’t quite as popular of a choice here in the States, but they still make some great dirt bikes. And, although I haven’t ridden one yet, I do know that some consider them to be one of the top brands out there.

Here are all of the current Beta dirt bikes with an electric start:

  • Beta 200 RR
  • Beta 250 RR
  • Beta 300 RR
  • Beta 350 RR
  • Beta 350 RR
  • Beta 390 RR
  • Beta 430 RR
  • Beta 480 RR
  • Beta 300 XTRAINER
  • Beta 300 RX


GasGas 300 Dirt Bike with Electric Start

Just like the Beta brand, I’ve never ridden a GasGas dirt bike. They look very nice, and I do know that they have a solid reputation. If you’re in the market for an enduro or cross-country dirt bike, give GasGas a consideration. Here is a list of the GasGas bikes with an electric start:

  • GasGas EC 250
  • GasGas EC 250F
  • GasGas EC 300
  • GasGas EC 350F
  • GasGas ES 700
  • GasGas RX 450F REPLICA


Honda CRF450X dirt bike on white background

When it comes to all dirt bike brands, Honda is my all-time favorite. Not only are they well-built and reliable, but they are also making more and more dirt bikes with electric start. Whether you’re in the market for a trail bike, enduro bike, or even one of the brand-new motocross bikes, Honda has an option for you. Here is a list of all of their current offerings:

  • Honda CRF110F
  • Honda CRF125F
  • Honda CRF150F
  • Honda CRF250F
  • Honda CRF250R
  • Honda CRF250RX
  • Honda CRF300L
  • Honda CRF300LS
  • Honda CRF450R
  • Honda CRF450R-S
  • Honda CRF450RL
  • Honda CRF450RX
  • Honda CRF450X
  • Honda XR150L
  • Honda XR650L


Husqvarna Dirt Bike with Electric Start

Husqvarnas are cool, there’s no denying that. And not only are they cool, but they also produce quite a few bikes that don’t require you to kickstart them. Here’s a list of all the current Husqvarna dirt bikes that have an electric start:

  • Husqvarna FC 250
  • Husqvarna FC 350
  • Husqvarna FC 450
  • Husqvarna TC 125
  • Husqvarna TC 250
  • Husqvarna TE 150
  • Husqvarna TE 250
  • Husqvarna TE 300
  • Husqvarna TE 350s
  • Husqvarna TE 350w
  • Husqvarna FE 450
  • Husqvarna FE 501s
  • Husqvarna FE 501w
  • Husqvarna TX 300
  • Husqvarna FX 350
  • Husqvarna FX 450


Kawasaki KX450X dirt bike on white background

The Kawasaki dirt bike brand has had its ups and downs over the years. Overall though, they are making some great bikes these days, and many of them come with stock electric start.

  • Kawasaki KLX110R
  • Kawasaki KLX140R
  • Kawasaki KLX230
  • Kawasaki KLX230R
  • Kawasaki KLX300
  • Kawasaki KLX230SM
  • Kawasaki KLX300SM
  • Kawasaki KX250
  • Kawasaki KX450
  • Kawasaki KX450SR
  • Kawasaki KX250X
  • Kawasaki KX450X


KTM 350 EXC-F on white background

When it comes to choosing a dirt bike with an electric start, KTM has the most options. However, the smallest KTM dirt bike with an electric starter is the KTM 125cc. Other than that, they are all full-size dirt bikes, and more geared for adults.

  • KTM 450 SX-F
  • KTM 350 SX-F
  • KTM 250 SX-F
  • KTM 300 SX
  • KTM 250 SX
  • KTM 125 SX
  • KTM 500 EXC-F
  • KTM 450 EXC-F
  • KTM 350 EXC-F
  • KTM 300 XC-W
  • KTM 250 XC-W
  • KTM 150 XC-W
  • KTM 450 XC-F
  • KTM 350 XC-F
  • KTM 250 XC-F
  • KTM 350 XC-F Factory Edition
  • KTM 300 XC
  • KTM 250 XC
  • KTM 125 XC


Sherco 250 SEF

While Sherco may not be the most popular or universally-ridden dirt bike company, they still offer a handful of solid options. Whether you’re in the market for a 2-stroke with an electric start or a 4-stroke, Sherco has both.

  • Sherco 125 SE
  • Sherco 250 SE
  • Sherco 300 SE
  • Sherco 500 SE
  • Sherco 250 SEF
  • Sherco 300 SEF
  • Sherco 450 SEF
  • Sherco 500 SEF


Electric Start on this Suzuki 400 Dirt Bike

Suzuki offers the least options of all the other companies on this list. However, I do like that Suzuki produces a 50cc with an electric start. That’s very nice for the youngsters… and the parents of the youngsters.

  • Suzuki DR-Z400S
  • Suzuki DR-Z650S
  • Suzuki DR-Z400SM
  • Suzuki DR-Z50


Photo of a Yamaha WR250F dirt bike

I love Yamahas. If I could own a Honda, Yamaha, KTM, and Kawasaki, I’d be content. Well, I’d at least be content for a while.

Here’s a list of the current Yamaha dirt bikes with electric starters on them. Unlike most brands on this list, they do make a 50cc with an electric start.

  • Yamaha YZ450F
  • Yamaha YZ250FX
  • Yamaha YZ450FX
  • Yamaha WR250F
  • Yamaha WR450F
  • Yamaha TT-R50E
  • Yamaha TT-R110E
  • Yamaha TT-R125LE
  • Yamaha TT-R230
  • Yamaha TT-R50E