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2009 Honda CRF230L Comparison Photo Gallery
The 2009 Honda CRF230L is a perfect motorcycle to have at the lake.
See photos of the 2009 Honda CRF230L dual sport street legal motorcycle in action then read the comparison test in the
2009 Honda CRF230L Comparison
Exploring the Sierra Nevadas aboard the 2009 Honda CRF230L and 2009 Yamaha WR250R.
At Mono Lake aboard the Kawasaki KLX250S, Honda CRF230L, and Yamaha WR250R.
2010 Dual Sport Shootout horsepower graph courtesy of Mickey Cohen Motorsports.
2010 Dual Sport Shootout torque graph courtesy of Mickey Cohen Motorsports.
2010 Dual Sport Shootout competitors.
The 2009 Honda CRF230L is priced at $4999.
The front disc brake serves up an adequate level of performance and is easy to use.
The Honda CRF230L has the quietest exhaust note at idle and at speed on the road.
The Honda CRF230L has a 2.3 gallon fuel tank.
The 2009 Honda CRF230L.
Instrumentation is simple yet functional on the CRF230L.
The CRF230L features front and rear disc brakes.
The CRF230L is powered by an 223cc air-cooled Single.
Exploring the wilderness aboard the 2009 Honda CRF230L.
The CRF230L cockpit is in between the DR200SE and the KLX250S. It is a bit too small for riders over 5-foot, 10-inches especially when riding hard off-road.
Like all these dual-sport bikes the Honda CRF230L is agile on and off-road.
Alec’s 5-foot, 7-inch frame fit well with the CRF230L.
As you can see the front suspension is under sprung for banzai maneuvers off-road yet somehow these bikes are still a blast to ride.
The light action clutch and 6-speed transmission worked perfectly on the 2009 Honda CRF230L.
The air-cooled Honda CRF230L and Suzuki DR200SE are perfect for jetting around town at your cabin.
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