Honda motorcycles have dominated motocross for quite some time now and the Honda CRF is just another example of why. The 2008 Honda CRF is an excellent option for new, young bikers. The CRF combines easy to use power with a firm suspension for a fun ride. Its strong and robust engine delivers smooth power that is controlled by the three-speed manual transmission with automatic clutch. The bike is a decent enough choice for adults too, since its adjustable throttle limiter allows the rider to tailor the necessary power according to skill level. Reliability is not an issue either because of the build quality and well-designed engine and bodywork. For young riders, the 2008 Honda CRF comes with a parent-friendly adjustable throttle limiter that lets the parent decide how much power the engine delivers and how fast the bike can go. The system is simple to adjust, and it keeps children safe. The automatic clutch system is also child-friendly because it is easier for first-time rider to learn. There is no need to worry about stalling the engine or pressing or releasing the clutch lever on the handlebar. All they need to do is shift gears with their toes.
The 2008 Honda CRF comes in many different models to satisfy riders of all ages. Each model corresponds with the engine size: CRF 50F, CRF 70F, CRF 80F, CRF 100F, CRF 150R, CRF 150F, CRF 230F, CRF 230L, CRF 250R, CRF 250X, and the much more powerful CRF 450R and CRF 450X.
The 2008 Honda CRF is one of the more popular and successful dirt bikes used in track racing, especially at the lower engine ranges. The split engine design allows engine and transmission oil to be separated. This, along with the high build quality typical of Honda helps keep the company’s reputation for durability and value.