The Kawasaki KX100 like its elder sibling – the KX250F, which we reviewed a few days back (read here) – is a non-road legal, pricey and competition-only motocross machine. But, it is also smaller, lighter, cheaper and less powerful compared to the 250F. Which means, the KX100 logically should also be more manageable, easier to exploit and a lot less intimidating than the 250. It is, after all, marketed as the ‘competition-bike’ for young champions. And by ‘young’ Kawasaki means teenagers.