Honda’s brand new MX inspired, fuel injected CRF110F, CRF125F and CRF125FB are now available in dealerships around the country.
With significant performance and cosmetic updates for 2019, the CRF110F is available for an MLP of $3,299, the CRF125F for an MLP of $4,199 and the CRF125FB for an MLP of $4,599.
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All three models boast technology developments derived from Honda’s famous CRF MX line up, with Keihin electronically controlled fuel-injection systems that deliver linear and hesitation-free power. This minimizes intimidation for new riders and provides a friendly power delivery for all levels.
These new kids’ bikes have redesigned twin-spar steel frames and graphics, also inspired by the CRF MX line frame architecture, which provides the right balance of rigidity and comfort as well as a true MX look.
The new CRF110F carries over its four-speed, clutch-less transmission for takeoffs and shifting that quickly become comfortable for every rider.
An additional 12mm of rear-suspension travel and a 5mm increase in seat-foam thickness (without increasing overall seat height) mean improved comfort whether sitting or standing.
The CRF125F and CRF125FB retain their proven 124.9cc SOHC engine and four-speed gearbox for strong power and intuitive shifting feel.
In terms of hardware, the CRF125FB differs from the CRF125F in wheel size, swingarm length and final-drive gearing, resulting in a difference in seat height of 46mm.
The trio all have new handlebar-mounted, multiple-function switches that incorporate starter button, ignition “key on” indicator, fuel- injection system status, and low-fuel indicator light.
The new ratchet-style fuel tank cap reduces possibility of loosening during riding and the half-waffle handgrips have a smaller circumference for a better fit with smaller hands.
Make your little one’s day and ensure they get the right start to their MX career on an all-new CRF110F, CRF125F or CRF125FB.
This article was first published in The Fence.