Honda Shows 2025 CRF Dirt Bikes Staff
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The 2025 Honda CRF lineup has something for everyone

Honda has just unveiled its full lineup of 2025 CRF Performance and CRF Trail dirt bikes.

The 2025 CRF450R and CRF250R motocross bikes come with significant updates, including optimized chassis rigidity for better handling and enhanced comfort, along with engine tweaks for smoother power delivery. These upgrades extend to the off-road-focused CRF450RX and CRF250RX models and the high-end CRF450RWE.

Notably, Honda is now offering a premium trim option for the 250cc segment with the introduction of the CRF250RWE, inspired by the factory bikes of Jo Shimoda and Chance Hymas.

The CRF450R had development input from HRC riders


The 2025 CRF450R enhances handling, power delivery, and suspension performance to meet the evolving demands of motocross. Developed with input from HRC riders like Jett and Hunter Lawrence and five-time MXGP champion Tim Gajser, this model incorporates competition-tested features. It combines feedback from professionals, customers, and motocross media to deliver a comprehensive performance package. Available in August for $9,699.


The 2025 CRF450RWE is designed for riders seeking a top-tier motocross machine. Inspired by factory Honda HRC machines, this Works Edition features numerous championship-proven component upgrades and benefits from the advancements of the CRF450R platform. Available in November for $12,599.


The CRF450RX is tailored for closed-course off-road racing, featuring motocross-inspired engine and chassis performance with off-road-specific updates like dedicated ECU settings, an 18-inch rear wheel, a large fuel tank, and hand guards. These 2025 updates enhance handling and comfort. Available in August for $9,999.

The 2025 CRF250R brings improvements across the board


After winning major championships, the CRF250R continues to evolve for 2025 with improvements in stability, comfort, and power delivery. These updates ensure it performs well for both aspiring racers and professionals. Available in July for $8,299.


New for 2025, the CRF250RWE brings premium components to the 250cc class, inspired by the factory race bikes of Jo Shimoda and Chance Hymas. It offers high-level performance with chassis, suspension, and engine updates. Available in September for $10,599.


The CRF250RX is built for closed-course off-road competition, featuring updates that improve stability, comfort, and power delivery. Trusted by racing teams, it remains a top contender in off-road races. Available in August for $8,699.


The CRF450X, with 16 Baja 1000 victories, is renowned for its durability and performance. It features a 50-state year-round off-road-legal status, side stand, 18-inch rear wheel, headlight, sealed chain, and six-speed transmission. Available in June for $8,699.

The 2025 CRF lineup benefits from smoother power delivery


The CRF450RL excels in both off-road and on-road conditions, based on the CRF450 Performance platform. It includes street-legal features like a quiet muffler, vibration-damping swingarm, and wide-ratio six-speed transmission, making it a versatile dual-sport machine. Available in August for $10,099.


The CRF150R offers high performance in a compact size, making it ideal for young motocrossers. It includes Showa suspension and a Unicam four-stroke engine. Available in standard and Big Wheel versions, it suits various rider heights. Available in August, the CRF150R is priced at $5,399 and the Big Wheel version at $5,599.


The CRF250F combines CRF Performance styling with trail-friendly features. It's year-round off-road-legal in all 50 states and suitable for a wide range of riders, offering smooth power and a comfortable ride across varied terrain. Available in August for $4,999.


The CRF125F is a versatile, reliable trail bike suitable for young and new riders, as well as experienced enthusiasts. Available in standard and Big Wheel configurations, it is 50-state off-road legal, providing broad trail access. Available in July, the CRF125F is priced at $3,499 and the Big Wheel version at $3,899.


The CRF110F is the top-selling dirt bike, ideal for new riders. It features an automatic clutch, low seat height, push-button electric start, fuel injection, and 50-state off-road-legal status, making it dependable and versatile. Available in August for $2,699.


The CRF50F is perfect for young riders, offering a smooth ride and controllable power from its 49cc engine. Its automatic clutch and low seat height make it easy for kids to learn, while parents can rely on its durability and 50-state off-road-legal status. Available in June for $1,799.

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