Whether you’re a pro like factory Honda racers Trey Canard and Cole Seely or an amateur vet rider at your local track, one thing that all motocrossers value is adjustability that makes a difference, which is why the 2015 CRF450R is bound to be a big hit.
Front Master Cylinder Cap
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Rear Brake Adjuster Clevis
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With the 2013 CRF450R, Honda elevates the level of performance for 450-class motocross machines. This brand-new machine features a rolling chassis fully focused on meeting the needs of today's "scrub generation" of riders by integrating ...
Since its introduction, the CRF450R has served as the standard by which all other bikes are judged in the big-bore class of motocross machines. In 2012, Honda raises the bar once again with a host of improvements that will help the CRF45...
American Honda Motor Company's Powersports Division announced to its dealers today an additional release of off-road models and ATVs for the 2011 model year. These Hondas include the CRF450R and CRF250R motocross machines, CRF70F and CRF...
Long regarded as the bike of choice in the big-bore motocross division, the 2011 CRF450R incorporates improvements that will help this bike retain its premier standing. The prodigious powerband is now even stronger thanks to more low-end...
The perennial bike of choice of the enthusiast press and racers alike, the CRF450R returns in 2010 to take its rightful place far ahead of the competition. Introduced as an all-new lighter bike with fuel injection in 2009, the CRF450R ea...