2016 Honda CRF150R
Al Lamb's Dallas Honda
There’s no denying that the Honda CRF150R is the best competition motorcycle in the Mini Class. After all, it was the first ever mini-MXer to win the Bike of the Year from Dirt Biker. So, if you’re looking for a competition-ready dirt bike, then look no further than the CRF150R – proven on the track and designed with Honda’s superior engineering. This race bike was built with a four-stroke powerplant displaying plenty of great Honda technology and graced with the performance that keeps you up front and on the podium.
What makes the CRF150R standout? Plenty. First, there’s the race-ready Showa® front and rear suspension, fine-tuned with proven suspension action over small bumps and designed to reduce friction and improve compression control. Now, let’s focus on the engine. With a Unicam® cylinder head, the CRF150R’s four-stroke engine offers excellent rideability and more power and torque across the rev band. Plus, the dirt bike’s track-ready chassis delivers reliable turning performance and straight-line tracking. The lightweight and high-tensile steel frame is designed to keep a low seat height and provide a steady, stable and planted ride. And for better and quicker throttle response, the carburetor features a “direct push” accelerator pump.
Additional features on the CRF150R include front and rear disc brakes for powerful and precise braking, as well as durable, lightweight wheels that minimize unsprung weight. More power and performance in a race bike means more trophies, and the CRF150R delivers every time. With this sharp-looking competition motorcycle, Honda is bringing the thrills of MX biking to a while new generation of riders.