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Built for Big Little Riders.
Riding is all about feel, and that can be a problem for riders who outgrow their bike. That’s why Honda has perfected the CRF125F Big Wheel, to deliver all the performance of our CRF125F with a more comfortable ride for taller riders. We took our CRF125F and set it up with larger diameter wheels and a longer swingarm that raises the seat height by two-inches. The proven single-cylinder engine with a four-speed transmission comes with fuel injection for broader power and better running in cold weather and high altitudes. There’s also a twin-spar steel frame, and plenty of suspension travel for an even more plush ride. Plus, an electric starter. The perfect size for many riders with just the right features, the CRF125F Big Wheel is sure to feel just right.
Features may include:
With a 19-inch front wheel and a 16-inch wheel in the rear, the CRF125F Big Wheel will fit taller riders a little better. The right-sized bike is as important as wearing the right-sized boots or helmet.
Just like the pros use, the CRF125F Big Wheel gets half-waffle pattern grips. Might as well start them off right!
The CRF125F Big Wheel’s dependable four-stroke single-cylinder engine offers good performance with a wide powerband—perfect for a wide range of riders, including beginners. Fuel injection makes it even better and more efficient.
Honda's heavy-duty clutch is durable and helps promote smooth shifting.
The four-speed gearbox is just like a full-sized motorcycle’s, giving your younger rider all the control they need.
Less experienced riders are hard on equipment, especially when they’re just starting out. That’s why we gave the CRF125F Big Wheel a strong, twin-spar-type steel frame and swingarm that are built to handle the bumps and dings of off-road riding.
Push-button starting makes getting started easier in all kinds of conditions, and the efficient design adds minimal weight.
For added security, the keyed ignition switch lets you control who goes riding and when, important if you have younger riders in the house.