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2014 Honda CRF125F, A New Generation Of Bike For A New Generation Of Riders.Honda???s all-new CRF125F is going to be a great choice for a wide range of riders. Sized between our CRF110 and CRF125FB Big Wheel, you???ll find it???s perfect for young riders, and smaller adults who just want to get out on the trails and have fun. There???s even a big-wheel version for taller riders. Loaded with features, we???re especially proud of its reliability (nothing can match a Honda for that), so you get to concentrate on having a good time rather than fussing with a temperamental machine. Rugged, simple and easy to maintain, it offers styling cues that match our CRF450R and CRF250R motocross bikes. Its electric starter makes it easy to get underway, while a four-speed transmission gives you all the control of a full-sized bike.Off-road riding should be fun. And for 2014, the new CRF125F offers as much fun as bikes twice its size.Be A Responsible RiderParents need to consider their youngster???s age, size, ability and maturity before allowing them to ride. See owner???s manual for additional safety and supervisory information. Designed exclusively for off-road operator-only use. Always wear a helmet, eye protection and protective clothing whenever you ride. Never ride under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
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Moto blogWed, 05 Jun 2013
The Michael Dunlop Show continues with the 24-year-old Northern Irish racer winning his fourth race of the 2013 Isle of Man TT. His latest triumph was a victory in the second Monster Energy Supersport race, making Dunlop just the third rider to ever record four wins in a single TT week. Like his win in the Royal London 360 Superstock race, Dunlop ran most of the race in second place before setting a blazing final lap time for a come-from-behind win.Thu, 10 Apr 2014
Rams don’t like their spaces being encroached on. But this ram is especially turned off by noisy motorcyclists. Browse around YouTube long enough and you’re bound to find videos of rams charging after two-wheelers, but it’s not often you’ll see something like this!Fri, 17 May 2013
Over the past few years, especially since the height of the economic crisis, more and more women have turned to motorcycling both as a way to save on fuel costs, but also to experience the joys of the open road. In an article recently published by Consumer Reports, some tips are provided for women looking to enter the sport for the first time. The first bit of advice is to “Sit on a lot of different bikes first,” says Angela Annamalai of Shelby’s Powersports in Bronx, New York.
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