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2014 Honda CRF125F First Ride Photo Gallery

Honda knows that trail bikes are the gateway into the fun world of motorcycling. Check our thoughts on its latest off-road bike in the 2014 Honda CRF125RF First Ride.

Pictured is the big wheel-equipped CRF125F ($3199) that rolls on 19/16-inch wheel combo compared to the 17/14-inchers on the standard machine.
Honda’s venerable air-cooled four-stroke Single gets a longer stroke engine boosting displacement to 125cc.
The Honda is styled after its top-of-the-line CRF450R and CRF250R motocross bikes.
Both CRF125F models get a 220mm cross-drilled hydraulic disc brake up front.
The cockpit of the CRF125F is neutral-feeling and functions well for tall and short riders alike. We also love that the CRF now offers the push-button convenience of electric start.
Big smiles are what the CRF125F is all about. It’s a great learning tool for beginners and plenty fun to play around for seasoned riders, too.
Half the fun of riding is looking the part. Troy Lee Designs makes it easy to look like a pro with its Troy Lee Designs SE3 Baja Helmet. Available in two colorways in sizes XS-XXL the SE3 is the Southern California safety and apparel brand’s top-of-the-line moto helmet worn by Supercross and motocross racers Cole Seely and Malcolm Stewart. With numerous intake and exhaust vents it flows a fair amount of air through the helmet helping to keep the rider cool and dry while riding. Another plus is the wide eye port that is compatible with a wide range of goggles.
The CRF125F big wheel features the identical seat height of the outgoing CRF100F at 30.9 inches.
Suspension was cozy for our 110-pound tester. This made it easy for her to get a feel for it on the dirt.
Learning how to ride a motorcycle becomes easier with Honda’s CRF125F. Learning becomes even easier when you can ride with a friend.