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2014 Honda CRF50F Web

Story By Kelly Yancey and the DR

Photos By Adam Booth

is just around the corner, and one of the common gift-related questions we get asked at Dirt Rider is, bike should I buy for my child?” we recently went to the 2014 trail bike introduction at the Valley OHV Park in Gorman, and wanted to break down these bikes’ key features. up: The CRF50F. Designed for the smallest rider in your group, iconic four-… is an excellent to riding that provides a safe platform for young to cut their teeth on.

Honda CRF50F

Seat 21.6 inches

Claimed 110lbs with full of fuel

MSRP: 1,399.00

the runt of the litter isn’t a sign of weakness. In fact, the will undoubtedly be one of the most models for 2014. The reason is it is a great bike for first-time or those chasing that dream of re-living their Here are six key notes from our testing the CRF50F:

Motor. The transmission and automatic clutch for a soft and mellow learning leaving all attention to balance and control of the machine. With a inexperienced rider on board the shifted gears with

The little Honda’s rev limiter was by our mini tester who kept a rpm for his entire session, which the impression that the CRF50F be great for riders with riding experience (and screaming along in a gear too The beauty of this motor is it can take a beating and is low maintenance for the

Ergonomics. Being in the four-… this bike naturally more weight in the motor a two-… design would. this can work in the rider’s by giving a low center of gravity and the bike easy to pick up a fall, even for the smallest of

Keeping with the small tradition, the handlebar bend and best suit junior-sized but with the generously-designed chassis and fork suspension a quick back on the seat makes it for an … to take the bike for a spin. As we intensified our riding, the became nearly impossible for our test riders, having knees form a blockade the narrow handlebar.

Suspension. The is designed for lighter riders 100 pounds) and is sufficient enough for in the target weight range. is not much suspension to work but with our test rider in at 45 pounds, the forks and shock sufficient enough even for his riding style.

Handling. The small wheelbase and 10” tires acted more pizza cutters through the desert floor, which climbing and descending hills a challenge. Our novice-level mini within a matter of hours, pushed this bike to its so keep this in mind if you on getting your kids racing in the near future. bike has all of the ingredients needed to get beginner riders moving on two with confidence, but it is not a race

It’s designed, more to have fun with mom or dad.

Kick Start. One thing we have loved to see on this is an electric starter; this is golden for the youngsters and eliminates the having to chase down little ones every they fall. The kick-start can be a for those little riders on surfaces.

Brakes. Learning braking skills is one of the more parts of learning to ride a bike. The front and rear style brakes are adequate for the beginner rider and since are not especially strong or touchy, are friendly, but heavier, faster will be looking for more power.

Keep checking out to see what we have to say about of Honda’s new CRF-F trail and be sure to check out the November of Dirt Rider Magazine for information on all of Honda’s trail line up.

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