Ride Like A Green Beret
Why are dirt bikes called “dirt bikes?” Because where you’re going, there are no roads. There’s wilderness, there’s unpredictable terrain, there’s adventure. So you need a badass bike that can handle itself on anything, whether it’s mud, snow, sand or rocks. You need the Rokon Trail-Breaker Dirt Bike, the very same bike used by the U.S. Armed Forces.
A classic since 1960, the Trail-Breaker is a force to be reckoned with. Its front and rear-wheel drive has massive torque that’s powerful enough to tow up to 2000 lbs., and thanks to a wide range of add-on accessories like tow bars, saddle bags, side cars and log skidders, even the toughest jobs can be tackled with ease.
The Trail-Breaker, with its 14-inch ground clearance, has been trail-tested from the Rockies to the Andes, proving time and again that it can climb a 60% grade without breaking a sweat and its patented AutoGrab Front Suspension makes for a smooth ride to boot.
And this baby can float. That’s right, the Trail-Breaker has hollow drum wheels that can provide floatation if you need it, and if you don’t, it’s a great place to store up to 2.5 gallons of extra fuel or water. Now you’re thinking like a Green Beret.