Supermoto Honda

Starting in 1955 Honda is now Japans largest motorcycle manufacturer, Honda’s success is due to its leadership in engines. The high power to weight ratio engines for its racing bikes have provided expertise that has been transferred into Honda’s other motorcycles.


CRF230M - 2010 model

Honda's new CRF230M has to be one of the smartest buys you're going to make this year. The concept is simple: We took our awesome, proven CRF230L dual-sport machine and fine-tuned it for the street. By giving it 17-inch front and rear wheels we've made a machine that's specially tailored for the street, and which can use premium street tyres. An electric starter makes getting going a snap, but best of all has to be the new CRF230M's fuel mileage.

CRF230L - 2010 model

It's hard knowing where to begin when describing the CRF230L. First and foremost, it's a dirtbike that happens to be street-legal, so it has the goods—torquey 223cc single-cylinder engine, six-speed gearbox, lightweight chassis, Pro-Link® rear suspension, head- and taillights and turn signals—to take you anywhere, on-road or off. Add to that a low, confidence-inspiring seat height, no-fuss electric start and great gas mileage, and you're looking at the perfect dual-sport machine for conquering your commute... or your favourite trail.

CRF450R - 2011 model

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 pull and midrange grunt along with enhanced throttle response via a new throttle body. Revised suspension linkage and settings yield improved control, increased ride plushness and enhanced rear-wheel traction. A new Honda Progressive Steering Damper (HPSD) produces even better tracking traits than before, and a new muffler meets the 94-decibel sound level required by some racing organizations in 2011. All this and more make the 2011 CRF450R a shoo-in to maintain its dominant role among open-class MX bikes.

XR650L - 2010 model

It all starts in the engine room, where the XR's potent, Baja-bred 644cc OHC powerplant uses Honda's patented Radial Four-Valve Combustion Chamber (RFVC) to put out huge torque and power. From there, a gear-driven counterbalancer minimizes vibrations, while a light, rigid chassis and long-travel suspension soak up the bumps and deliver superb handling on pavement and off. Handy electric starting simply makes it all that much easier.

We would greatly appreciate your opinion on what bike you own on the Forum, the pros, cons and any suggestions of what bike you would purchase next.

 
CRF450R 2011 Model
CRF230M 2009 Model
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