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...
Racing improves the breed, which means this class-leading front runner enters
2005 with a host of new features plus a lighter weight.
Features & Benefits
New for 2005
• New cylinder head porting for increased power at lower r...
At the heart of the CRF250R lies a four-stroke single-cylinder
engine designed to run at speeds in excess of 13,000 rpm-
the majority of multi-cylinder super sport street machines.
this stellar powerplant is a ...
When Honda first tasked engineer Eiji Adachi with the
responsibility of designing the CRF250R's frame, he knew he
elevating the state of the art to a new, higher plane. This was the
time to consolidate all that had been learned...
Honda's 2002 CRF450R turned out to be an instant hit. In
order this new magnum-sized thumper won its first Supercross,
accomplishment that established its credentials as a world-
bike. The CRF450R's reputation...
Think the new CRF™450R and CRF250R are starting a
revolution? Wrong-Honda® fired the first shot more than four
It's easy to think Honda's new CRF motocrossers are the
really successful four-str...