The Honda off-road family is extending its appeal to a broad range of ages and skill levels.
The 2013 CRF450R is a direct result of knowledge acquired by the HRC works team in the All-Japan Motocross Championship. Focused completely around the rider, it features a brand new, fully mass-centralised chassis and KYB air-sprung USD front forks. The engine has been re-tuned for more low down torque and smoother power delivery to make an open-class motocross bike that’s easier to ride faster, for longer.
The championship-winning performance of the CRF250R is further upgraded with improved engine and suspension performance. The engine’s response at low and mid-rpm has been boosted thanks to recalibration of the fuel injection, while the rear shock has been revised with new internals and damping rates.
The CRF110F is a brand new motorcycle aimed squarely at the 8–11 year old age range. It features a new engine – with electric starter – and chassis. With styling inspired by the 2013 CRF450R, the CRF110F also provides a valuable stepping-stone up to more competition-focused motocross and enduro machines.
Honda (UK) announces limited edition “XTREME” versions of the current CRF250R and CRF450R models, featuring striking tri-colour graphics, with a British twist. The limited edition XTREME livery, brings a taste of race replica to every rider, and for the patriotic amongst us, echoes the stylistic cues from the Union Jack flag. Rather poignant, given the...
Honda releases the new CRF250L promotional video to showcase the unique characteristics of the dual purpose machine. The Honda CRF250L concept is a result of the company’s long history and expertise in both off-road competition and ‘on- off-road’ machinery. This multi-role motorcycle is equally at home on city streets or country trails. Its dimensions, ergonomics,...
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