Does your favorite motorcycle mean the world to you, or is it just me? You could be normal, I could be weird, it’s possible. Maybe it’s just me, but the way I see it, any prospective lover should hope that ...Read More »
The KYMCO Venox is a 250cc motorcycle with kick, especially with the Venox sprocket upgrade kit we sell. Stock from factory, the bike makes 28 horsepower. That’s a lot more than most 250cc cruisers. From a size/weight perspective, it looks ...Read More »
Got some pics from the land down under, where a new customer, John H. did a little holiday shopping for his KYMCO Venox. He picked up our 44t Venox sprocket, and some saddlebags from the YouMotorcycle.com shop. Truthfully, the shop ...Read More »
In a past life I had the opportunity to interview Sabina Heilman, Director of Finance & Communication at KYMCO Canada. Ms. Heilman was on the road, visiting KYMCO dealers across la belle province. She's in a position that's all too uncommon in the power sports industry: a woman with an upper management level position.
I asked her questions about her thoughts on riding and on her experience as a female director in the motorcycle industry. As we cruised down the road listening to the tunes of 97.3 FM, Quebec's Worst Radio Station, the conversation went a little like this...
In stock form, the KYMCO Venox has a great top speed for a cruiser. It does over 140 km/hr, but 5th gear is a bit of an overdrive and the bike doesn't have much pull left at that speed. The bike cruisers comfortably at 120 or up to 130, but at those speeds there isn't a lot of power left for passing.Read More »
What oil should I use and how do I change the oil on my motorcycle?
KYMCO recommends 5W-50 motorcycle oil. This chart illustrates what motorcycle oil you should use based on the temperature. What you use in the desert or tropics may not be what we use here in Canada. On my KYMCO Venox, I put in fresh 10W-40 Semi-Synthetic motorcycle oil every oil change. The Synthetic vs. Non-Synthetic debate is older than I am and so I'll avoid it. I like my Semi-Synthetic, it's more than what's recommended, and it's good enough for me. Read More »
Please check out our KYMCO Venox - Exhaust Pipe Muffler Baffle Modification page for information on how to make your Venox sound louder and better. You'll find videos demonstrating the modification as well as how your bike will sound after the work is done (here).
The KYMCO Venox benefits from some nice thick exhaust pipes that accentuate the deep tune of the 90-degree V-Twin engine. It’s easy to make the bike sound even louder. You can really wake up the sound of the bike by modifying the baffles to let the exhaust escape more freely. This guide will walk you through the process in 5 Steps.
The KYMCO Venox's 90-degree V-Twin engine benefits from some nice fat exhaust pipes that help with the sound. The motorcycle can be made much louder by doing a modification to the exhaust pipes, involving some work playing with the baffles.Read More »
Our KYMCO Venox - 10,000 Review received almost 200 visitors in a matter of weeks. A lot of people were looking for info on how to make a KYMCO Venox louder. Other visitors were searching for information on a lightbar for the 250 cc Venox so we decided to share a little information with you.Read More »
The best reviews come from the horse's mouth, the riders who’ve spent thousands of kilometers on a bike, drawing his or her own conclusions based on the experience. After 10,000 km (6,200 miles), it's time I shared my two cents.Read More »