2016 Honda CRF450R
The 2016 Honda CRF450R gets updates aimed at improving handling and traction. To enhance stability on the CRF450R, the fork is 5mm longer, while the rear suspension gets a new link and spring, as well as revised shock settings. The diameter of the chain roller has been reduced by 4mm to 34mm. The 2016 Honda CRF450R will be available July 2015.
2016 Honda CRF250R
The 2016 CRF250R receives changes aimed at increasing horsepower and improving handling. Among the engine updates are higher compression,increased cam lift, titanium exhaust valves, new valve springs, and updates to the cylinder-head porting, piston shape and connecting-rod shape. The air-intake tube has also been changed, while the exhaust system gets larger outlet diameters for improved breathing and a new header-pipe resonator for improved power output. Updates to the fuel-injection mapping have also been incorporated, and the radiators are enlarged for improved cooling. Additionally, the fork length has been extended by 5mm to improve stability, and the chain-roller diameter has been reduced from 38mm to 34. The Honda CRF250R will be available August 2015.
Boasting race-tuned Showa front and rear suspension, a Unicam engine (based on those of the CRF450R and CRF250R), a track-designed chassis and precision braking, this competition-ready machine is available in two versions to suit a wide variety of riders: the CRF150R and the CRF150R Expert, which has larger- diameter wheels, a higher seat and a longer swingarm. The 2016 CRF150R will be available August 2015.
Price: CRF150R: $4990 CRF150R Expert: $5140