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ADV BikesCSC 2016 Adventure and Dual Sport Models and Prices

CSC 2016 Adventure and Dual Sport Models and Prices

See what's new for 2016 in CSC's Dual Sport and Adventure lineup.

Published on 12.14.2015

CSC Motorcycles recently announced its 2016 lineup in the Adventure and Dual Sport motorcycle category. The Azusa, CA based company continues to improve and add to its Adventure and Dual Sport motorcycle range for 2016. Here are the models and USA prices, including any new features or changes for the coming year.

CSC Cyclone RX-3 250 — $3,895 MSRP

CSC Cyclone RX-3 250cc Sahara Orange Adventure and Dual Sport

CSC Cyclone RX-3 250cc Metallic Sierra Silver Adventure and Dual Sport


CSC’s 250cc adventure touring motorcycle will include a new adjustable front fork as standard equipment for 2016. The damping adjustment on the inverted forks will give riders the ability to tune the front suspension to the terrain and their riding style. The top fork tubes are also now a gold anodized color (not shown in the above photos). Other new features include satin-finished handlebars with bar-end weights that help further reduce vibration on the highway.

The 2016 RX-3 Cyclone will be available in two new colors – Sahara Orange (a deeper orange than the 2015 model year’s orange) and Metallic Sierra Silver. CSC will continue to offer last year’s Metallic Garnet Red and Pearlescent Ice White colors for 2016 as well. Updated graphics will include a new “adventure” motif on the forward body panel and the two body panels beneath the fuel tank are painted in matching colors.

Pricing for the 2016 Cyclone RX-3 is $3,895, up from $3,495 in 2015. CSC is now taking pre-orders on 2016 models and free shipping is available to any location in the continental United States for a limited time.

CSC TT 250 — $1,895 MSRP (Introductory Price)

2016 CSC TT 250 - black with silver lettering Adventure and Dual Sport

2016 CSC TT 250 - red with silver lettering Adventure and Dual Sport

2016 CSC TT 250 - White with orange TT lettering Adventure and Dual Sport

CSC’s all new street-legal enduro — the TT 250 — is powered by an air-cooled 230cc counterbalanced single cylinder engine and a 5-speed transmission. It sports an off-road-oriented 21-inch front and an 18-inch rear wheel and weighs 309 lbs. The bike will be available in three colors: White with orange TT lettering, black with silver lettering, and red with silver lettering.

Currently, the TT 250 is completing CARB and EPA certification. CSC estimates it will be available in all 50 states in March of 2016 and Canada by May of 2016. The bikes will be offered with a one-year unlimited mileage warranty and CSC will provide online maintenance tutorials and a free shop manual with each motorcycle.

Riders can now pre-order the new CSC TT 250 at an introductory price of $1,895. When the introductory offer expires, the TT 250 will be sold for $2,495.

For additional information on the CSC Dual Sport and Adventure models, go to the CSC Motorcycles Website or call CSC Motorcycles at 1 (909) 445-0900.

Author: Rob Dabney

Rob Dabney started a lifelong obsession with motorcycles at the age of 15 when he purchased his first bike – a 1982 Honda MB5. Through his 20’s and 30’s he competed in off-road desert races, including the Baja 250, 500 and 1000. Eventually, his proclivity for exploration led him to dual sport and adventure riding. Rob’s never-ending quest to discover what’s around the next bend has taken him on Adventures in Latin America, Africa, Europe, Asia, and throughout the American West. As a moto journalist, he enjoys inspiring others to seek adventure across horizons both near and far.

Author: Rob Dabney

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