The all-new and lighter 2009 CRF450R features a brand-new engine with electronic fuel injection, developed concurrently with an entirely new rolling chassis. Together they deliver 450-class-leading power along with CRF250R-style handling...
Honda's championship-winning CRF450R continues as one of the most versatile motorcycles in the world, earning Cycle World magazine's "Ten Best" status six years in a row.
Features & Benefits
New for 2008
New tapered exhaust he...
New for 2007
New larger 41mm Keihin FCR carburetor.
New smaller exhaust valve for improved flow and smoother power delivery.
Engine decompression system is lighter and more compact.
New link-type front brake master cylinder i...
Versatility has its merits, but broad-ranging abilities all too often fall under the domain of the old adage, "Jack of all trades, master of none." However, the Honda CRF450R has laid rest to that old saw. Ignited by a meteoric rise that...
The Golden Age of Motocross Shines Brighter Yet in 2007
Without a doubt, from the perspective of the everyday rider, we are now living in the golden age of motocross machinery. In decades past, the factory teams sported incredibly tric...
The choice of motocross, off-road and Supermoto riders everywhere, Honda's
championship-winning CRF450R receives a host of refinements in 2006 sure to
extend its dominance.
New for 2006
- Engine cases have been changed to tilt the e...
When Honda introduced the CRF450R in 2002, the company's first four-stroke
motocrosser was an instant success. Noted for its broad powerband and nimble
handling, the big CRF became the bike of choice for expert and intermediate
On rare occasions, a motorcycle comes along and blows away all competition,
while also inspiring the imagination of a generation of motorcyclists. As its
popularity soars, it comes to dominate a broad range of racing venues and eve...