Honda reveals updates for 2023 CRF50F, CRF110F and CRF125F

Honda has revealed its 2023 model year small-capacity four-stroke motorcycles, with the CRF50F, CRF110F and CRF125F all receiving visual updates.

2023 Honda CRF125F

Honda has revealed its 2023 model year range of small-capacity four-stroke motocross bikes. 

Of course, this includes the CRF50F, CRF110F, and CRF125F, all aimed at younger and less experienced riders looking to make their way on two wheels. Although, that is not to say that the more experienced riders out there can’t have as much fun with a 110 as they can with 450, or even an Africa Twin Adventure Sports, of course. 


We will start with the Honda CRF50F, which technically speaking is the same as in previous years. That means a steel frame, reinforced swingarm, inverted front forks, and a 548mm seat height. 

Additionally, when it comes to the engine, we find a single-cylinder 49cc four-stroke with an 11-piston valve carburettor, adjustable throttle limiter, automatic cam chain tensioner, and a three-speed transmission.

The major update for the 2023 model year is an aesthetic one, as the CRF50F receives a graphics kit akin to those seen on the new CRF450R and CRF250R.


Now we move onto the CRF110F, which sees much the same outlook for the 2023 model year as the 50F. That means the twin-spar steel frame and reinforced swingarm remain, as do the telescopic front forks, and 657mm seat height.

Furthermore, the 109cc single-cylinder four-stroke motor has its electronic fuel injection (EFI) managed by Keihin, and features an adjustable throttle limiter. The 110F also features an electric start, and a four-speed transmission. 

Again, the major update for 2023 is the graphics kit, which matches those of the CRF250R and CRF450R. 


The CRF125F keeps, like the 110F, the twin-spar steel frame, and as on previous editions features 31mm telescopic front forks, and a pro-link swingarm. 

The front wheel can be chosen between a 17-inch or a “Big Wheel” 19-inch. This also changes the seat height, of course: 739mm for the 17”, 785mm for the 19”. 

The CRF125’s 124.9cc single-cylinder four-stroke motor features 52.4mm x 57.9mm bore and stroke, as well as a 9:1 compression ratio. Additionally, like the 110F, it features Keihin EFI, a four-speed transmission and an electric start. 

Like both the 110F and 50F, the major update for 2023 is the graphics kit, which mirrors the CRF250R and CRF450R. 

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