Cylinder and cylinder head boost engine torque for powerful acceleration.
Piston complements cylinder and engine power characteristics.
Exhaust system to match cylinder and deliver maximum bottom-end torque an...
The Golden Age of Motocross Shines Brighter Yet in 2007
Without a doubt, from the perspective of the everyday rider, we are now living in the golden age of motocross machinery. In decades past, the factory teams sported incredibly tric...
Honda's golden age of motocross innovation rolls forward, full speed ahead.
Look at the 2006 Honda CRF®250R and see the future. Once again, Honda engineers
have dared to go where no others would venture, establishing new-think tec...
Honda innovation scores once again as the 2006 CRF250R boasts a unique dual-muffler
exhaust system to improve handling and power.
Features & Benefits
New for 2006
New dual-muffler exhaust system centralizes mass and r...
The choice of motocross, off-road and Supermoto riders everywhere, Honda's
championship-winning CRF450R receives a host of refinements in 2006 sure to
extend its dominance.
New for 2006
- Engine cases have been changed to tilt the e...
When Jeremy McGrath came out of retirement, it's no wonder he chose to
CR250R; no other machine has won more Supercross and motocross championships
than the CR250R.
- Cylinder design features RC exhaust v...
Honda's two-stroke racer sets the standard for quality and performance
with its class-leading technology, and has a reputation for being easy to ride
and professionals alike.
- Crankcase intake tract...
With a potent engine and sophisticated long-travel, fully adjustable suspension,
the CR85R and big-wheel CR85R-Expert offer young racers a choice when stepping
up in class.
- Cylinder and cylinder head boost eng...
In the pitiless arena of motocross racing, if you're not moving forward, you're
moving backwards. That's why 2005 brings a radically new CR125R from Honda,
with a new engine developed to increase low-end and midrange power while ma...
When Honda introduced the CRF450R in 2002, the company's first four-stroke
motocrosser was an instant success. Noted for its broad powerband and nimble
handling, the big CRF became the bike of choice for expert and intermediate
On rare occasions, a motorcycle comes along and blows away all competition,
while also inspiring the imagination of a generation of motorcyclists. As its
popularity soars, it comes to dominate a broad range of racing venues and eve...
When Honda unveiled the innovative four-stroke CRF250R motocrosser in 2004,
this lightweight quarter-liter revver immediately captured the hearts and minds-and
stopwatches-of the racing public and magazine editors alike. Universall...