Honda CR125

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Honda CR125
Also called CRF125FB, CRF125F Big Wheel, CRF125F, CRM125R, CR125R, CRM 125 R, CR 125 R, CR 125
Production 1983 - 2019
Class Enduro
single cylinder, four-stroke
Bore / Stroke 52.4mm x 57.9mm
Compression ratio 9.0:1
Top Speed 75 mph (120 km/h)
Horsepower 8.72 HP (6.5 KW) @ 7500RPM
Torque 7.52 ft/lbs (10.2 Nm) @ 4500RPM
Fuel System carburetor. 20mm piston-valve carburetor
Ignition dc-cdi
Battery 9.5:1
Transmission Gear box: 4-speed

Final Drive: chain

Clutch: Wet multi-disc, manual
Suspension Front: 31mm telescopic fork
Rear: pro-link single-shock
Brakes Front: single disc. hydraulic.
Rear: expanding brake (drum brake)
Front Tire 70/100-17
Rear Tire 90/100-14
Wheelbase 49.37 inches (1254 mm)
Length 69.69 inches (1770 mm)
Width 29.13 inches (740 mm)
Height 39.76 inches (1010 mm)
Seat Height 28.94 inches (735 mm)
Weight 197.09 pounds (89.4 Kg) (dry), 88.0 kg (wet)
Oil Capacity 0.26 Gallon (1.00 Liters)
Fuel Capacity 1.14 Gallon (4.30 Liters)
Fuel Consumption 5.50 liters/100 km (18.2 km/l or 42.77 mpg)
Manuals Service Manual

The Honda CRF125F was a single cylinder, four-stroke Enduro motorcycle produced by Honda between 1983 and 2019. It could reach a top speed of 75 mph (120 km/h). Max torque was 7.52 ft/lbs (10.2 Nm) @ 4500 RPM. Claimed horsepower was 8.72 HP (6.5 KW) @ 7500 RPM.


The engine was a air cooled single cylinder, four-stroke. A 52.4mm bore x 57.9mm stroke result in a displacement of just 124.9 cubic centimeters. Fuel was supplied via a single overhead cams (sohc).


The bike has a 4-speed transmission. Power was moderated via the Wet multi-disc, manual.


It came with a 70/100-17 front tire and a 90/100-14 rear tire. Stopping was achieved via single disc. hydraulic. in the front and a expanding brake (drum brake) in the rear. The front suspension was a 31mm telescopic fork while the rear was equipped with a pro-link single-shock. The CRF125F was fitted with a 1.14 Gallon (4.30 Liters) fuel tank. The bike weighed just 197.09 pounds (89.4 Kg). The wheelbase was 49.37 inches (1254 mm) long.

1990 - 2000 Honda CRM125R[edit]

1990 - 2000 Honda CRM125R 1990 - 2000 Honda CRM125R

The Honda CRM 125 R model is a Enduro / offroad bike manufactured by Honda. In this version sold from year 1990, the dry weight is 118.0 kg (260.1 pounds) and it is equiped with a Single cylinder, two-stroke motor. The engine produces a maximum peak output power of 29.00 HP (21.2 kW) @ 10200 RPM and a maximum torque of 20.00 Nm (2.0 kgf-m or 14.8 ft.lbs) @ 9000 RPM.

1997 Honda CRM 125 R[edit]

1997 Honda CRM 125 R

Manufactured in 1997, the CRM 125 R is a trial motorcycle equipped with a liquid cooled, single cylinder, two stroke engine with a displacement of 124.8cc and a compression ratio of 8.6:1.

2004 Honda CR125R[edit]

2004 Honda CR125R 2004 Honda CR125R

The 2003 Honda CR125R receives a lot of improvements, transforming it into an even better bike and more capable of providing an extra edge in the 125cc class. The engine was redesigned and loaded into a revised chassis, becoming the best 125-class production bike Honda ever manufactured.

With a punchy engine and a featherlight build, the CR125R is exceptionally nimble, regardless of the surface it rides on. On the dirt track, this bike is a very good tool to use for adding one more trophy in the display box, while on forest trails or out in the open, it will happily provide riders with solid fun and a hefty dose of adrenaline.

2006 Honda CR125R[edit]

2006 Honda CR125R

The next step up from the entry-point machines, the Honda CR125R is a great 2-stroke machine for the becoming champs. Feature-laden and engineered to deliver excellent performance on the most demanding tracks, this bike is also a simple, reliable machine, created for more riding and less tinkering.

Sporting a host of race-bred technologies, the 2005 CR125R is a great competition bike, but it can also double as nifty recreational trail beast for the whole family.

2007 Honda CR125R[edit]

2007 Honda CR125R

Riding a 2006 CR125R already means serious business, as this 2-stroke machine is nothing like the entry-level bikes your kids rode for the first time. In fact, this motorcycle can be used for dirt racing, as it is equipped with a lot of class-leading parts and Honda was not shy to embed race-derived technologies in it.

This machine also brings racing-styled bodywork, a non-skid seat cover, adjustable brake and clutch levers, an adjustable aluminum Renthal bar and many other things one usually only expects to meet in bigger-bore bikes. Play's over, not it's time to race!

2014 Honda CRF125F[edit]

2014 Honda CRF125F

The 2013 is a new bike for a new generation of riders, packing together the confidence-inspiring operation of the really small ones and the thrill and terrainability of the bigger machines. Replacing the CRF70F generation, this new bike ups the ante a bit, providing a significantly better-performing platform.

The air-cooled engine is mated to a 4-speed gearbox with plenty of low-end torque and even, predictable power deployment. The added electric starting brings in even more convenience, while the brakes are all-new, with a 220mm front rotor and a 95mm rear drum. The front brake lever is also adjustable.

2014 Honda CRF125FB[edit]

2014 Honda CRF125FB

Young riders who grow faster but are definitely not ready to throw a leg over bikes with bigger displacement can be met everywhere, and Honda has an offer dedicated to them. The 2013 CRF125FB (Big Wheels) retains all the ruggedness and terrainability of the base model, but bringing bigger wheels and a taller suspension to the off-road game.

The engine and the gearbox remain the same, so the young riders will enjoy the same ease of operation and non-intimidating feel of the 4-speed transmission. Replacing the under-100cc bikes, the CRF125FB also introduces electric start as extra convenience to what used to be kick-only machines.

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