The mid-size Honda CRF150F features the same easy-to-manage power and legendary Honda performance as it always has. But new for 2006, it’s getting even better - with a new engine and the addition of an electric starter. Family riding has never been this fun and this easy.
Anybody with even a passing interest in motocross and Supercross racing recognizes that a revolution has recently taken place. Within a few short years four-stroke machines supplanted two-stroke bikes almost completely throughout the ranks of professional racing, and Honda has played a major role in this transformation. Sin ce the debut of the CRF450R during the 2002 season, the buying public has purchased well over 100,000 motorcycles spread between the CRF450R, CRF450X, CRF250R and CRF250X, which makes Honda’s four-stroke Unicam(R) engine format a runaway best-seller.
One look at the CRF50F - and you’ll feel a tinge of jealousy. It’s the perfect bike for introducing your youngsters to the fun of off-road riding. Rugged and reliable, with a beginner-friendly semi-automatic transmission, it’s the bike you wish you’d had at their age.
Looking for a durable, reliable machine to get your youngsters started on the adventure of off-road riding? Then check out the CRF70F. A semi-automatic transmission offers the fun of clutchless shifting, while all-new, CRF-inspired styling gives that "big-bike" appeal.
When your youngsters are ready to take it to the next level, they’ll be happy to know that the CRF80F offers race-team CRF-styling, a manual clutch and conventional-shift transmission. And you’ll be equally happy to know that it’s built with the lasting durability and unparalleled reliability of a Honda.