2021 HONDA CRF450

Honda is offering three CRF450 models for 2021. Above is the standard 2021 CRF450 which weighs 3 pounds less than in 2020 and features a single-sided exhaust, center-port exhaust, new injector angle, 46mm throttle body, hydaulic clutch and all-new plastic. Honda went back to the drawing board for the 2021 model year, endowing the CRF450 with updates aimed at improved power, handling and consistency. The 2021 CRF450 features engine updates focused on low- to midrange performance, a newly designed chassis with revised rigidity and a slimmer overall package. The combination yields a machine that performs at a high level for the duration of a tough moto. Price: $9599



For motocross enthusiasts who demand the absolute best when it comes to performance, the premium CRF450WE (Works Edition) benefits from the same improvements as the 2021 CRF450, plus a long list of elite-level updates that mimic the parts used in the Team Honda HRC factory race shop. The second of the three CRF450 models is the $12,380 CRF450 Works Edition (WE). It features a new seat cover, Yoshimura exhaust, Hinson clutch basket and cover, polished ports, D.I.D LTX rims, coated fork legs, red valve cover and all the 2021 updates. As with the 2021 CRF450, this model is endowed with important updates aimed at improving power, handling and consistency. Befitting its status as the clear benchmark when it comes to lap times‚ it boasts additional features aimed at refining power, suspension performance and aesthetics. Price: $12,380


2020 HONDA CRF450

In a surprise move Honda plans to re-release the 2020 Honda CRF450 at a reduced price for buyers who are looking for a good value.While many off-road riders demand the latest technology, a number of customers see value as a top priority—although they are still not willing to sacrifice performance. For 2021, Honda will offer a third CRF450. It joins the all-new 2021 CRF450 and 2021 Honda CRF450WE Works Edition as an additional production run of 2020 units that will be available at a $1000 price reduction. The value-priced 2020-1/2 CRF450 features proven performance, an electronics suite, Torque Control (HSTC), electric starting and a powerful Unicam engine. Price: $8599



2021 Honda CRF450RX

Ridden by Phoenix Racing Honda, SLR Honda and JCR Honda at the national-championship level, the CRF450RX is well-suited for closed-course off-road competition such as GNCC, WORCS and NGPC. For the 2021 model year, it’s better than ever, getting the same important performance upgrades as the motocross-focused CRF450R and retaining off-road-specific features like dedicated ECU and suspension settings, an 18-inch rear wheel and an aluminum side stand. New for 2021, the CRF450RX comes standard with hand guards and a revised 2.1-gallon fuel tank that narrows the bike width at the radiator shrouds. The combination yields a race machine that’s ready to chase arrows and ribbon along trails from coast to coast. Price: $9899


2021 CRF250

The 2021 CRF250 is the ultimate express of a BNG bike, except for the fact that Honda didn’t even spend any time coming up with Bold New Graphics (BNG). The 2021 Honda CRF250 is the exact same bike as 2020. It offers stolid power across the rev range, a low-center-of-gravity chassis and a bike that offers nimble and race-worthy suspension. Price: $7999


2021 CRF250RX

Campaigned in National Championship off-road racing, the CRF250RX features closed-course, off-road-focused components like a large fuel tank, aluminum side stand and 18-inch rear wheel. It also has off-road-specific engine mapping and suspension settings, making it ideal for specialties like woods racing, desert racing, off-road Grand Prix competition and trail riding in legal off-road areas. Price: $8399


2021 CRF250F

Don’t let the CRF250F name fool you into thinking this a motocross bike. It isn’t. It is a versatile trail bike, the CRF250F can take riders from their first time on dirt to tackling challenging terrain. The flagship of Honda’s CRF Trail line features Keihin electronically controlled fuel injection and is year-round off-road-legal in all 50 states. Its SOHC, long-stroke, air-cooled engine delivers smooth acceleration and excellent rear-wheel hookup. Add it all up and the result is a fun-but-capable trail bike that’s ready for just about anything—and any rider. Price: $4699



Honda’s smallest motocrosser is available in both standard and Big Wheel versions (the latter targeted at taller riders by offering larger wheels, a higher seat and additional rear-suspension travel). The powersports industry’s top-selling mini motocrosser, the CRF150R, has a Unicam four-stroke engine—unique in the mini MX world—that delivers smooth, ample torque across the rev range. The Showa suspension components comprise a 37mm inverted fork and a Pro-Link rear-suspension system with a single Showa shock.  Price: $5199 CRF150; $5399 CRF150R Big Wheel


2021 CRF110F

This is the bike that sold like hotcakes during the coronavirus lockdown. It was the perfect bike to get your kids out of the house and into the great outdoors. The CRF110F is Honda’s top-selling off-road motorcycle. The bike offers a clean-running Keihin fuel injection and 50-state, year-round off-road legality, as well as a clutch-less, four-speed, semi-automatic transmission and push-button electric start. The CRF110F is sure to continue delivering smiles long after riding skills develop, so there’s no telling where it could take generations of youngsters. Price: $2499


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