The Honda CRF125FB (big wheel) will be everything a young entry rider could possibly hope for. With similar specs to the CRF125F, the CRF125FB has a bigger bike feel and improved stability.

Designed to eventually replace Honda’s CRF100F, the CRF125FB features a larger capacity, air-cooled, four-speed engine with electric start, a brand new frame, updated suspension and improved performance.

INTRODUCTION

  • Taking its cues from Honda’s championship winning CRF450R and CRF250R, the new CRF125FB will be everything a young entry-level rider could possibly hope for.

ENGINE/DRIVE TRAIN
  • The robust and low maintenance 124cc, air-cooled, SOHC engine delivers strong and linear bottom-end torque which is ideal for the younger rider.
  • Fed by a carburetor, the new airbox design which is located lengthwise, saves weight, increases airflow and also locates the compact battery needed for the electric starter.
  • Powerful, zero-fuss CDI ignition boosts performance, as does the new exhaust while the four-speed manual gearbox and clutch are smooth changing and easy to use.
  • The drive sprocket cover is no longer integrated with the ACG cover allowing for improved accessibility.

CHASSIS/SUSPENSION
  • To ensure a stable and engaging ride, a brand new steel diamond backbone frame gives the CRF125F’s chassis the perfect balance of rigidity and strength.
  • With the aim of being manageable for most youngsters aged 10 and above, the new CRF125FB has a slim frame and low seat height.
  • Control is further guaranteed thanks to the wide-set footpegs and brake pedal which match narrower handlebars. Half-waffle rubber grips on the handlebars are the same used on the CRF450R.
  • Beefed-up 31mm telescopic forks feature heavier weight springs while the new rear shock uses a 32mm diameter piston damper and separate air/oil/gas pressurization chambers to reduce emulsification.
  • The high suspension quality means bump absorption, ride quality and tracking are much improved.
  • A steel swingarm works through Honda’s Pro-Link system, and needle bearings have been used throughout to reduce friction.
  • For a bigger bike feel and improved stability the CRF125FB uses a 19-inch front and 16-inch rear.
  • A 220mm front hydraulic disc brake – with adjustable span lever – deals out consistent and easy to modulate stopping power. It’s complemented by the 95mm drum rear.

ADDITIONAL
  • With styling cues taken from the cutting edge design of Honda’s CRF450R and CRF250R, the CRF125FB is sure to be an instant hit with aspiring champions.
  • Please note; all specifications are provisional and subject to change without notice. Images show overseas models.

For full specifications please refer to the manufacturers website: www.motorcycles.honda.com.au

$3,909.09 (ex. GST)