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Motocross Diecast Vehicles

Fans of Motocross, dirt bikes, or off-road motorcycling can find many detailed and great looking scale models to display and collect. Motocross diecast vehicles made by many highly competent model diecast manufacturers are available. Their designs are based on high performance Motocross vehicles, which have been made by some of the best vehicle manufacturers in the world.

Bikes by Honda, Kawasaki, Yamaha and more

Many fantastically engineered and equally well designed models of Motocross bikes can be found by renowned motorcycle makers. The makes of bikes available include Honda, Kawasaki, Yamaha, Aprilia, BMW, Ducati, Suzuki and many others.

Not just bikes, ATVs and Quads too

As well as the vast choice in diecast motorcycles available, other Motocross model vehicles are also available. These alternative vehicles, often used at Motocross tracks, include All Terrain Vehicles (ATVs) and Quads. Diecast models of these vehicles feature all the details of the originals on which they are based, just as the Motocross bikes do. As well as being perfect for fans of ATV and Quad Motocross itself, they can also make for an interesting addition to a Motocross bike collection by introducing some extra variety.

Motocross diecast makers

There are plenty of Motocross diecast vehicle makers with their own, unique offerings to consider. A few of the respected diecast manufacturers include Maisto, Minichamps , New Ray and Welly. There are countless other toy and model makers who have released high quality diecast Motocross models, so there is no shortage of options when it comes to choosing the right items to purchase.

Motocross scale variations

There are a variety of scale options for Motocross diecast models including 1:6, 1:10, 1:12, 1:18, 1:24 amongst others. If a specific scale or size is required to fit in with a collection of vehicles of the same scale or for specific display purposes, then finding the most appropriate scale model is simple.

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