I totally understand why electric start is needed in the trails and or desert riding. I just don't feel electric start needs to be on a bike designed for motocross.
What is the one thing all manufactures tried to do for many years. No matter what type of sport it was. They have always tried to get any bike as light as possible. How much weight do you think electric start will add to the big four Jap bikes?Look at the pros who stall out and have to kick. The 250's seem to be harder than the 450's to start. Which an electric start, hit the switch and your good.
Just because you don't think electric start belongs on a motocross bike doesn't mean that others don't want it. Don't want it don't buy it.I totally understand why electric start is needed in the trails and or desert riding. I just don't feel electric start needs to be on a bike designed for motocross.
Electric start will not get you laid. It seems most of you judge a bike on weather or not it has electric start. I can understand why you like the electric start on your four strokes. Because of all the extra moving parts you need to get moving. They Can be difficult to start when hot or cold.
This is my personal opinion ELECTRIC start belongs on street bikes and lawn mowers NOT a dirt bike designed for motocross. If you feel to old or can not get your fat ass up off of the seat. That's when you need electric start and switch to the trails. Because that means you are to old for motocross. So buy an enduro and ride the trails.