Al Lamb's Dallas Honda, 2015 Honda CRF50F

Al Lamb

The all-new Honda CRF50 is just about as much fun as your kids can have on a dirt bike. For smaller riders, the CRF50 is an ideal way to start exploring the world of off-road fun. A low, 21.6-inch seat height, tough four-stroke engine, automatic clutch and three-speed transmission combine to ease the learning process, so new off-road motorcycle riders can concentrate on riding basics. And with expert Honda engineering and smart design, you know they’re riding at their comfort level – and yours.

 

Durable and low-maintenance, the CRF50’s bulletproof engine develops, smooth easy-to-use power. And nobody can match Honda’s reputation for trouble-free operation. The CRF50 is no different. The automatic clutch means young riders never have to worry about stalling or a handlebar-mounted clutch lever. The smooth transmission on the off-road motorcycle offers three gear ratios. Riders just shift gears with their toes when they’re ready.

 

And for adults, the CRF50 makes sense too: an adjustable throttle limiter lets you tailor the power to the rider’s skill level, and the keyed ignition lets you decide who rides, and when. The kids bike is also built around a rugged steel frame and tough bodywork to handle the bumps and dings of off-road riding. Other features like the dirt bike’s maintenance-free CD ignition and automatic cam-chain tensioner make the CRF50F less hassle for you. Along with proven reliability, that means more time riding and less time taken up by maintenance and repairs.