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2009 Honda Crf230f on 2040-motos

$1,795
YearYear:2009 MileageMileage:0 ColorColor: Red
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Honda CRF tech info

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Honda CRF description

2009 Honda CRF230F, Runs Great! - Throw your leg over the saddle of the CRF230F, push the electric starter, and have a blast. With its durable six-speed transmission and plush, long travel suspension and leave the on-road world in the dust. With its overall size, sturdy frame and lightweight components, the taller 230F is an option for full-size folks who can't wait to take on the twists and turns of the trail. The CRF230F. One of the most versatile bikes you'll ever ride.

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