Small calibre weapon
Time to think big.
We’ve got some big guns in our CRF–MX line up and the new CRF125F is proud to stand next to them. The perfect entry bike for young guns aged 10, or over, who are looking for fun and a bike to feed their dirt track passion.
Better bike, better rider.
It will light the fuse for any kid who wants to progress to bigger fire power.
It may be small, but it shares the same styling and some of the features of its big brother, the awesome CRF450R. Hit the electric start and the air-cooled SOHC engine is eager to go, tuned specifically for smooth bottom end torque, perfect for junior riders. The new diamond spar steel frame, the 31mm diameter fork with 140mm of travel and Honda Pro-Link rear suspension system provide a tough chassis to bash on through the rough stuff.
Take a closer look
The perfect machine to take your skills further. Meet the CRF125F.
The robust, air-cooled SOHC, 4-stroke engine has been tuned specifically for novice-friendly, bottom-end torque, to help develop throttle control, traction skill and balance.
Fed by carburettor, the airbox design, located lengthwise, reduces weight, and increases airflow. Powerful, zero-fuss CDI ignition, with electric starter, also boosts performance, as does the new exhaust.
Tough, smooth-changing and easy-to-use, the CRF125F's four-speed manual gearbox and clutch create the perfect platform for a novice to develop real understanding of gear and clutch control on a dirt track.
Strength in steel
A brand new steel, diamond backbone frame gives the CRF125F perfect balance and rigidity that delivers the handling expected from a CRF. The integrated airbox/battery design fits lengthways, keeping the CRF125F slim.
Push the button
A restart on a circuit can be tiring for a novice with just a kick-start – especially after a long day. Electric start, with a kick-start as a back up, brings the CRF125F to life quickly.
With the CRF125F, young riders can progress to more adventurous riding, safely.
With a suspension system built around a beefy 31mm telescopic fork and heavy weight springs, the bike is perfect for soaking up the forces from a jump.
Taking more of the shock
A new rear shock has a 32mm diameter piston damper with separate air/oil/gas pressure chambers to reduce emulsification and maintenance.
Honda Pro-Link System
The steel swingarm is built around the Honda Pro-Link system, which uses needle bearings to diminish friction.
Room to grow
Getting to grips with off road riding.
The learnings from early years are invaluable to help novices grow into accomplished off road riders.
A 220mm front disc brake is hydraulically operated with an adjustable span lever. Complemented by the 95mm rear drum brake, both provide a good even balance of braking power.