Dialling in Honda’s CRF450R

There's no finer way to celebrate Spring and the relaxing of lockdown rules to finally get out on track - especially if it's on Honda's awesome new 2021 CRF450R. MotoHead's Dave Willet kicks off the new riding season by taking the bike to Fatcat Motopark to get his mind, body

Revamp for 2019 Honda CRF450R

The CRF450R receives a major boost of top-end power and torque, and improved performance throughout the rev-range; it also gets 3-level HRC Launch Control plus durability-focussed upgrades. The chassis features revised suspension settings, detailed weight-saving updates and a new Renthal Fatbar handlebar. Model updates: The CRF450R receives a major boost of top-end

E-start standard on 2018 Honda CRF450

Honda's 2018 CRF450R and RX have had few tweaks for 2018, following the ground-up revamp in 2017. They will now come stock with an electric starter as standard, powered by an ultra lightweight lithium ion battery, and the removal of the kickstart lever saves all-important weight. Front and rear suspension settings

All-new CRF450 set at £7299

Honda has today shown its 2017 CRF450R and CRF450RX, for the first time in the UK, at the International Dirt Bike Show and, on the day of the unveiling, confirmed pricing for the eagerly-anticipated new competition models. The CRF450R will retail at £7,299 and a Buildbase Honda Special will be available