2017 Honda CRF125F

New 2017 Honda CRF125F is a bike for lovers of adventures outside the urban areas. In the matter of fact, this is excellent choice for off-road adventures on the countryside. Small engine is perfect for rookies. However, it provides nice amount of power, so wiring it is not boring. Honda’s name behind new motorcycle guarantees durability and reliability. Furthermore, bike is budget-saver with low cost of maintenance, rare visits to mechanics and fuel economy. Some other companies are trying to keep up with Japanese manufacturer. But, Honda is making it very hard with constant improvements and innovations of their products.

2017 Honda CRF125F front view

2017 Honda CRF125F specs

Power for the 2017 Honda CRF125F is coming from 149.9 cc unit with compression ratio 9.0:1. Single-cylinder four-stroke engine is using air-cooling system. Moreover, bore and stroke are at 52.4 mm x 57.9 mm. It features kick-starter and 4-speed manual transmission box. A SOHC valve configuration provides smoother ride.

2017 Honda CRF125F

2017 Honda CRF125F features

Front wheel on the 2017 Honda CRF125F is 3 inches larger than rear. Front tire is 70/100 on 17-inch wheel, while 90/100 is on 14-inch rear wheel. Brakes are improved comparing to current model. However, there are still disc as front one, and drum as rear brake. Diameter on front is 220 mm. New 2017 CRF125F has no air adjustable suspension or rebound dumping. There are telescopic fork as front suspension, and Pro-Link twin sided swing arm as rear system. Seat is positioned at 29 inches, fuel capacity is 1.1 gallon, and curb weight is 192 pounds.

2017 Honda CRF125F

2017 Honda CRF125F big wheel

There is additional model of 2017 Honda CRF125F for all fans. It is slightly bigger comparing to original motorbike. Big wheel machine has the same engine and many other features, but two differs in few parts. For example, as its name says, CRF125F Big Wheel has bigger tires. Base model’s are 17/14 inches, while higher trim is coming with 19/16 inches. Bore and stroke, brakes and transmission are the same. But, seat height is at 30.9 inches, or 2 inches higher. Wheelbase is 1.4 inches longer, and overall weight is also increased for 2 lbs. Rest of two bikes is absolutely the same.

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