TT250 Dual Sport White

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2021 CSC TT250 Enduro

The All-Purpose Motorcycle. BEST Motorcycle Value in the U.S.

The CSC TT250 Enduro has redefined the affordable dual-sport motorcycle. Still ONLY $2,395.00 and ships for $250.00 to most locations in the lower 48 (some locations may incur additional surcharges) + Documentation and Dealer Prep Fees, magazine named the TT250 Enduro the BEST motorcycle value in the US!

The lightweight TT250 is equipped with everything you need for dual-sport riding: 18-inch rear and 21-inch front wheels with knobby tires, hydraulic front and rear disk brakes, adjustable suspension front and rear, 300-watt alternator for accessories, handlebar switches pre-wired to underseat outlets, a comfortable saddle and more.

The CSC TT250 Enduro is the perfect motorcycle for riding trails, commuting to work, or touring the countryside. The high ground clearance and adjustable suspension will tackle off-road riding. The snappy air-cooled, counter-balanced engine will take you through the woods or down the highway. The TT250 is a low-priced motorcycle that is supplied with features not available on competitive bikes costing much more. Simplicity is combined with proven design and manufacturing€“ and then delivered from CSC direct to your door for unbeatable savings!

The 230cc motor used in the TT250 Enduro is a modernized version of the 'world-design'€ motorcycle CG engine first developed back in 1975. This new engine was specifically designed for durability and minimal maintenance.

CSC TT250 Enduro appeals to two types of riders. First is riders who want a basic, all-purpose motorcycle. These riders appreciate the nimble handling and performance of the 230cc engine in the lightweight chassis, along with the minimal maintenance requirements.

The second category of CSC TT250 Enduro owners are experienced dual-sport riders who want to customize their bike for their own style of riding. These TT250 riders will add heavy knobbies and a full-coverage aluminum skid plate for off-road riding. Or install higher gearing for commuting down the highway, or even swapping street tires for a Super Moto thrill!

The TT250 Enduro is supplied with CSC's free Service Manual and online tutorials for virtually every maintenance and repair operation.

CSC TT250 Enduro Standard Features:


  • 230cc air-cooled engine, overhead valve, with counter-balancer
  • Fuel system: Keima slide carburetor
  • Long maintenance intervals and easy repairs backed by a full Owner’s Manual and online service tutorials
  • 5-speed transmission
  • High-mounted enduro steel exhaust
  • 2.9-gallon fuel tank with locking gas cap & keyed to ignition
  • Dash with digital speedometer, tachometer, odometer, fuel gauge, gear indicator, neutral light, turn signal and high beam indicators
  • 3D anti-fog headlight
  • LED turn signals, dual-flash hazard lights
  • 300-Watt alternator
  • Handlebar mounted accessory switches
  • Automotive-type waterproof connectors under the seat
  • Inverted, anodized adjustable telescopic front forks
  • Adjustable rear shock absorber
  • Large diameter front and rear disk brakes with stainless steel brake lines
  • Front 3.0 x 21 spoked wheel with DOT dual-sport tire and tube, black steel rim
  • Rear 4.6 x 18 spoked wheel with DOT dual-sport tire and tube, black steel rim
  • Folding rider and passenger foot pegs with rubber inserts
  • Dual rear-view mirrors
  • Comfort saddle for driver and passenger
  • Frame-mounted helmet lock, lower steel bash plate
  • Colors: Black, Gray, White

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83 inches
32 inches
44 inches
Seat Height:
34 inches
55 inches
Dry Weight:
309 lbs
Ground Clearance:
11.5 Inches
Fuel Tank Capacity:
2.9 Gallons
Fuel Delivery:
5 Speed
Front Tire:
3.00 x 21 Knobby DOT Approved
Rear Tire:
4.60 x 18 DOT Approved
Maximum Load:
330 lbs.
Top Speed:
60 MPH
Electric & Kick
Cooling System:
Air Cooled
Fuel Consumption:
≤65 MPG
Noise Level:
Single cylinder, 4 stroke
16.1hp @ 7000rpm
13.5 ft-lb @ 5500 rpm

Type: Single cylinder, 4 stroke, air-cooled Bore X Stroke: 67mm x 65mm Displacement: 229.5cc Compression Ratio: 8.7:1 Horsepower: 16.1 @ 7,000 rpm Torque: 13.5 ft. lb. @ 5,500 rpm Oil Type: 10W 40, 1.48 quart Fuel System: Carburetor Starter: Electric & Kick Frame: Tubular Steel Front Brake: 265mm Single Disc Rear Brake: 220mm Single Disc Transmission: 5 Speed, constant mesh Seat Height: 34 in. (864mm) Wheelbase: 55 in. (1397mm) Fuel Tank: 2.9 gallons (11 L) Front Tires: 3.00 x 21 knobby, DOT approved Rear Tires: 4.60 x 18 knobby, DOT approved Front Suspension: Inverted Telescopic, 48mm upper, 37mm lower Rear Suspension: monoshock with preload adjustment Suspension Travel: 6.2 in. (157mm) Front / 6.5 in. (165mm) Rear Ground Clearance: 11.5 in. (292mm) Weight: 309 lbs. (140 Kg)


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  • 4
    My View of the TT250

    Posted by Robert Kelly on Aug 12th 2021

    the TT250 is an very good machine. out of the box it NEEDS the jet kit they sell, just to run correctly ! it is way , way too tall for me ! I bought the lower seat for it and now I can flat foot it . it's a good robust bike that can take a pounding and come out unscathed. the tires are fine for street, but be wary of them on the dirt. lowering the air pressure to 28psi on both will help alot. if I wasn't getting an RX4 for me I would get another one of these. for myself. this one I got for my Kid and He Loves everything about it. (except that the exhaust is so choked down) but I cured that with a 3/8" drill under the cap and 6 holes.) I would give it a 5 star rating but it's lack of power prevents that, it's not a power house ! it is a good machine never the less.

  • 4
    Just got the TT250

    Posted by Robert Kelly on Aug 3rd 2021

    it came in pristine/showroom condition, it wasn't even dusty ! it fired right up but wanted to die before it got warm... I took it for a 21 mile ride ( being easy on it as it's a new engine.) and have no complaints, the low seat was back ordered so it is too tall for me at the moment, even after taking out the pre-load on the mono shock. ( 30" inseam) it's a bit high centered but not real bad my biggest complaint is the power, it is more like a 175cc than a 250cc but it is a very tight engine right now and I expect that to improve. the bendable turn signals already proved their worth getting it out the one person gate of our yard. no harm done ! the Motor runs great and the feel of the machine is very good, it's not a fast machine by any means its a Putt,putt ! and it does that great. it's a beautiful bike and I do recommend it, dealing with CSC is the best,even though their having parts availability issues at the moment due to covid..... it's Not a powerhouse but a good bike will get you there ! I put on hand guards and will change nothing else except the seat when it comes in. it's a smooth, exceptionally capable machine !

  • 5
    CSC TT250

    Posted by Kimberly Sinclair on Jul 2nd 2021

    A really nice bike! It rides nice, its got good power and looks great. It came ready to ride and arrived nicely crated. Thanks CSC for the excellent customer service.

  • 5
    Great Service

    Posted by Andrew on Nov 11th 2020

    I originally wanted a Hawk 250, but was super pissed when I couldn't get one in California. This bike, after taxes and "dealer and documentation prep" came out to almost double. However, after doing more research, this bike has a couple significant upgrades that account for its increased price, and more importantly, CSC takes care of all the paperwork, ensures the bike is ready to ride (even shipping with gasoline) and is there to handle any questions. I had several issues involving starting the bike (mostly due to my own inexperience) and I called/emailed CSC several times, and they always picked up without putting me on hold and walked me through them. If I had more experience (and wasn't in California) probably the Hawk 250 would have been better value. However, for a complete beginner like myself, these priceless additional services made an otherwise overwhelming experience very manageable. Thanks so much!

  • 4
    Great Bike for the price

    Posted by Logan D. on Oct 22nd 2020

    This bike is really good quality for the price. My only complaints are the engine is to close to the foot pegs so it burns my ankles but boots would fix that. Also the handle bar grips feel really cheap. I’ll prolly end up putting some renthal or pro taper brand handle bars on it and a new exhaust.