2015 Honda CRF 125F Dirt Bike For Sale
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2015 Honda® CRF® 125FBeing A Kid Just Got More Fun.
Few things in life are as much pure fun as a dirtbike as long as it's the right-sized dirtbike. That's why Honda® builds so many different-sized models. And one of our best is the CRF® 125F. The next size up from our CRF® 110F it's the perfect choice for both young riders and smaller adults. Loaded with features designed to make trail riding a relaxing no-hassle experience it's also pure Honda® when it comes to reliability and durability. That means you get to concentrate on having a good time rather than trailside repairs or a bike that was designed to cut corners. And when it comes to looks the CRF® 125F takes its styling cues right from our full-on motocross bikes like our CRF® 450R and CRF® 250R. An electric starter makes it easy to get underway while a four-speed transmission gives you all the control of a full-sized bike. Looking for something just a little bigger' There's even a big-wheel version for taller riders.Electric Starter
Turn a key push a button--that's all it takes to get the CRF® 125F going. Add in a generous dose of Honda® reliability and you'll find the CRF® 125F is super easy to own.Sized Right For Fun
With its 125cc air-cooled single-overhead-cam engine and four-speed transmission the CRF® 125F will fit a wide range of riders. It has enough power for teens and small adults without being intimidating for younger riders.Stopping Power
Just because it's a small bike doesn't mean we scrimped on the details--just the opposite in fact: The CRF® 125F's front disc brake is a perfect example. It's a big-bike feature that's pure Honda®.
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