FUEL INJECTED FUN WITH HONDA’S NEW KIDS BIKES

FUEL INJECTED FUN WITH HONDA’S NEW KIDS BIKES

Honda’s brand new MX inspired, fuel injected CRF110F, CRF125F and CRF125FB .

With significant performance and cosmetic updates for 2019, the CRF110F is available for an MLP of $3,398, the CRF125F for an MLP of $4,298 and the CRF125FB for an MLP of $4,698.

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.