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Honda Announces First 2018 Off-Road Model

CRF125F/FB, CRF110F, CRF50F all return for new model year

[dropcap]J[/dropcap]ust in time for spring, Honda made its first off-road announcement of the 2018 model year, starring a mix of fun and popular trail bikes.

2018 Honda CRF125F

2018 Honda CRF110F

The CRF/F line is renowned for being enjoyable and reliable, and the four smallest models—the CRF125F (available in standard and big-wheel versions), CRF110F, and CRF50F—serve as great vehicles for exploring the trails and introducing new riders to motorcycling.

2018 Honda CRF50F

Demonstrating its commitment to this segment, Honda offers the Motorcycle Safety Foundation’s MSF DirtBike School, a respected learn-to-ride program, at its Honda Rider Education Centers, with campuses in Colton, California; Irving, Texas; Alpharetta, Georgia; and Troy, Ohio. Over 11,000 riders of all ages are taught at these sites every year.

“The Honda heritage of offering iconic, family-oriented, user-friendly trail bikes runs deep, from the Trail 50 to the XR75,” said Lee Edmunds, American Honda’s Manager of Motorcycle Marketing Communications. “These CRF/F models continue to be a big hit with consumers because they introduce people to the joy of motorcycling, setting the course for years of enjoyment that can be passed from one generation to another. We’re proud to once again offer them for the 2018 model year.”

 

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