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The Honda CBR300R is one of the most popular motorcycles in its class. And there is no wonder why, as it features an attractive style, first class ergonomics, and plenty of modern technologies.

Its full-cowl Supersport style is combined with dual headlights and a low 30.7-inch seat. Moreover, there is also available a special Honda Genuine Accessory seat that can lower the seat height even more. You also get under seat storage, Pro-Link rear suspension and an optional ABS.

Built with sporty performances in mind, the bike features an agile handling and a potent 286 cc, liquid-cooled single-cylinder, four-stroke, DOHC engine with PGM-FI. The engine’s power is transferred to the ground by means of a six-speed transmission.

The motorcycle is available in Black, Red, Pearl White/Red/Blue, Matte Black Metallic/Yellow at a base price of $4,399.

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Despite its compact dimensions, the Honda CRF150R can deal effortless even with the most difficult terrains.

The motorcycle is built around a 149 cc, liquid-cooled single-cylinder, four stroke engine which is mated on a close ratio five speed transmission.

The CRF150R is available in two versions namely the base model and the CRF150R Expert, featuring bigger wheels, a higher seat and a longer swingarm.

The ride quality is kept under control by an adjustable 37mm leading-axle inverted Showa cartridge fork which features specially tuned valving for small bumps and a friction-reducing design to improve compression and rebound control.

The stopping power is handled by a front single 220mm disc and a rear single 190 mm disc brake. The motorcycle’s wheels are wrapped in 70/100-17 Dunlop MX51 front and 90/100-14 rear tires.

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The Honda CB300F is a fast, versatile and comfortable motorcycle that can deal great with anything you ask of it.

It weighs only 348 pounds (wet) and is built around a 286 cc, liquid cooled, single cylinder, four stroke, DOHC engine with a displacement of 286 cc. The engine features PGM-Fi (38 mm throttle body) and is mated on a six speed gearbox.

As far as suspensions are concerned, the Honda CB300F is equipped with a front 37 mm fork (4.65 inches travel) and a rear Pro-Link single shock with five positions of spring preload adjustability (4.07 inches travel).

The stopping power is handled by a single 296 mm disc and a rear single 220 mm disc.

You also get a pair of lightweight wheels wrapped in 110/70-17 front and rear 140/70-17 radial tires.

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Overview Sized Right For Fun. Kids aren’t all the same size at the same age, and that’s why Honda offers so many choices when it comes to dirtbikes. You need to carefully consider both your rider’s skill level and overall size when choosing a bike. But when it comes to the 2014 Honda CRF125F Big Wheel, you’re in luck. Basically, it’s the same great machine as our CRF125F, but with bigger wheels and a two-inch taller seat height. That combination means it will be perfect for thousands of (...)
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When it comes to dirt bikes, Honda is certainly one of the top manufacturers. The company’s lineup consists of a wide range of motorcycles including the Honda CRF125 that was continually improved and refined since its inception.

Today, the bike continues to be one of the best models in its class and is fitted with state of the art technologies, it delivers superior performances and is also pretty easy to ride.

At its heart sits an air-cooled, single-cylinder, four-stroke engine with a displacement of 124.9cc. The unit sends its power to the ground by means of a four speed transmission. The motorcycle’s speed is kept under control by a 220 mm front hydraulic disc and a rear drum brake.

It is also worthy of being mentioned that the Honda CRF125F is also available in a big-wheel version for the taller riders.

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The Honda CRF230F is ready for adventure each time you fire up its engine. The bike comes with a sturdy yet light frame which sits on a 37mm leading-axle Showa fork (9.5 Inches of travel) and a rear pro-link Showa single shock with spring-preload adjustability (9.0 inches travel).

The motorcycle is propelled by an air-cooled single-cylinder four-stroke SOHC engine with a displacement of 223cc which offers plenty of user-friendly power and torque spread over a wide-rpm range. The engine is combined with a six speed transmission and is fueled by a 1.9 Gallons (Including 0.4-gallon reserve) fuel tank.

You also get a pretty generous ground clearance rated at 11.7 inches and a pair of rugged 80/100-21 front and 100/100-18 rear tires.

The Honda CRF230F is offered with a base price of $4,199.

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Comfy and easy to handle, the Honda CRF150F is a fun off road bike that can deal great with anything you ask of it.

At its heart sits an air-cooled, single-cylinder, four-stroke SOHC engine with a displacement of 149cc. The engine is linked to a 1.9 gallons fuel tank and is mated on a five speed transmission.

The bike rides on lightweight rims which feature straight pull spokes and are wrapped in 70/100-19 front and 90/100-16 rear tyres.

You also get front discs brakes, an electric starter, new graphics and bodywork, keyed ignition and a high-impact plastic skid plate which protects lower engine cases. Not to mention about the heavy-duty clutch, motocross-style seat and maintenance-free sealed battery.

The ride is kept in check by a Pro-Link rear suspension which delivers an excellent combination of spring and damping rates on any type of terrain.

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When it comes to scooters, Honda is certainly one of the top manufacturers. Its products have never disappointed in terms of safety and reliability and the SH125i makes no exception.

Built with practicality and ergonomy in mind, the Honda SH125i promises to reward you with a fun riding experience each time you jump on its saddle.

The scooter’s compact dimensions and low weight help it move through the congested city streets without too much fuss and you also get a new liquid-cooled, 4-stroke, SOHC single engine with PGM-FI fuel injection.

The 125 cc unit generates a maximum power of 8.7kW at 8,500 rpm and 11 Nm of torque at 6,500 rpm. This power is kept in check by a V-Matic transmission. For enhanced efficiency, the new engine features Idling-Stop technology, which helps it delivers 25% more fuel efficiency compared to the previous model (133.9mpg).

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Fun, efficient and compact the Honda SH Mode is a great choice for all those looking for a daily city commuter.

The scooter features an elegant design language, plenty of useful storage place and plush suspensions which can deal well with small potholes. You’ll be happy to know that the Honda SH Mode is also offered with standard Combined Braking System (CBS) which plays a major role in keeping your ride as safe as possible.

The Honda SH Mode is propelled by a 125cc, single-cylinder, liquid cooled, SOHC, 4-stroke, 2-valve engine which is fueled by a 5.5 liter fuel tank. The engine generates a maximum output of 8.4kW at 8500 rpm and 12Nm at 5000 rpm.

Other features include an automatic centrifugal dry clutch, under bone frame and idling stop.

The Honda SH Mode can be yours for no less than €2,909.

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Honda’s scooters are among the most reliable models available on today’s market and the Wave 110i makes no exception. Powered by an efficient 109.1 cc, air-cooled, 4-stroke, SOHC, two-valve single-cylinder engine with PGM-FI the Honda Wave 110i can deal great with the requirements of city traffic.

In terms of power, the engine puts out 6.28kW at 7,500 rpm and 8.65 Nm of torque at 5,500 rpm. It is also worthy of being mentioned that the engine’s power is transferred to the rear wheel by means of a 4 speed transmission and is fueled by a relatively generous 3.7 liters fuel tank.

The user-friendly engine is mounted in a tough and compact frame with a chassis geometry that was designed with maneuverability and agility in mind.

Other features offered by the Honda Wave 110i include 17in wheels and front disc brakes.

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