Honda CRF100

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Honda CRF100
2012 Honda CRF100F
Manufacturer Honda
Also called CRF 100 F, CRF100F, CRF 100
Production 2004 - 2016
Class Enduro
Engine single cylinder, four-stroke
Bore / Stroke 53.0mm x 45.0mm
Compression ratio 9.4:1
Horse Power 9.79 HP (7.3 KW) @ 7000RPM
Torque 3.69 ft/lbs (5.0 Nm) @ 3500RPM
Fuel system carburetor. 22mm piston-valve carburator
Ignition type cd
Battery 9.4:1
Transmission Gear box: 5-speed

Final Drive: chain

Clutch: Wet multi-disc, manual
Suspension Front: 27.0mm leading-axle showa® fork; 5.2-inch travel
Rear: pro-link® showa single shock; 5.8-inch travel
Brakes Front: expanding brake (drum brake)
Rear: expanding brake (drum brake)
Front Tire 2.50-19
Rear Tire 3.00-16
Wheelbase 49.21 inches (1250 mm)
Dimensions L 73.58 inches (1869 mm)
W 32.09 inches (815 mm)
Seat height 30.91 inches (785 mm)
Weight 164.91 pounds (74.8 Kg) (dry), 77.1 kg (wet)
Fuel capacity 1.3 Gallon (4.92 Liters)
Competition Kawasaki KLX110A
Honda CRF100
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The Honda CRF100F was a single cylinder, four-stroke Enduro motorcycle produced by Honda between 2004 and 2016. Max torque was 3.69 ft/lbs (5.0 Nm) @ 3500 RPM. Claimed horsepower was 9.79 HP (7.3 KW) @ 7000 RPM.

Engine[edit]

The engine was a air cooled single cylinder, four-stroke. A 53.0mm bore x 45.0mm stroke result in a displacement of just 99.0 cubic centimeters. Fuel was supplied via a single overhead cams (sohc).

Drive[edit]

The bike has a 5-speed transmission. Power was moderated via the Wet multi-disc, manual.

Chassis[edit]

It came with a 2.50-19 front tire and a 3.00-16 rear tire. Stopping was achieved via expanding brake (drum brake) in the front and a expanding brake (drum brake) in the rear. The front suspension was a 27.0mm leading-axle showa® fork; 5.2-inch travel while the rear was equipped with a pro-link® showa single shock; 5.8-inch travel. The CRF100F was fitted with a 1.3 Gallon (4.92 Liters) fuel tank. The bike weighed just 164.91 pounds (74.8 Kg). The wheelbase was 49.21 inches (1250 mm) long.

2004[edit]

2004 Honda CRF100
2004 Honda CRF100


  • Engine Type: 99cc air-cooled single-cylinder four-stroke
  • Bore and Stroke: 53.0mm x 45.0mm
  • Compression Ratio: 9.4:1
  • Valve Train: SOHC; two-valve
  • Carburetion: 22.0mm piston-valve
  • Ignition: CDI
  • Transmission: Five-speed
  • Final Drive: #428 chain; 14T/50T
  • Front Suspension: 27.0mm leading-axle Showa fork; 5.2-inch travel
  • Rear Suspension: Pro-Link Showa single shock; 5.8-inch travel
  • Front Brake: Drum
  • Rear Brake: Drum
  • Front Tire: 2.50-19
  • Rear Tire: 3.00-16
  • Rake: 28.50 degrees
  • Trail: 99.0mm (3.9 inches)
  • Wheelbase: 49.2 inches
  • Seat Height: 30.9 inches
  • Ground Clearance: 10.0 inches
  • Dry Weight: 165.0 pounds
  • Fuel Capacity: 1.5 gallons, including 0.3-gallon reserve
  • Available Colors: Red
  • Warranty: 6 months

2005[edit]

2005 Honda CRF100


  • Engine Type: 99cc air-cooled single-cylinder four-stroke
  • Bore and Stroke: 53.0mm x 45.0mm
  • Compression Ratio: 9.4:1
  • Valve Train: SOHC; two-valve
  • Carburetion: 22.0mm piston-valve
  • Ignition: CD
  • Transmission: Five-speed
  • Final Drive: #428 chain; 14T/50T
  • Front Suspension: 27.0mm leading-axle Showa fork; 5.2-inch travel
  • Rear Suspension: Pro-Link Showa single shock; 5.8-inch travel
  • Front Brake: Drum
  • Rear Brake: Drum
  • Front Tire: 2.50-19
  • Rear Tire: 3.00-16
  • Rake: 28.50 degrees
  • Trail: 99.0mm (3.9 inches)
  • Wheelbase: 49.2 inches
  • Seat Height: 30.9 inches
  • Ground Clearance: 10.0 inches
  • Dry Weight: 165.0 pounds
  • Fuel Capacity: 1.5 gallons, including 0.3-gallon reserve
  • Available Colors: Red
  • Warranty: 6 months


2004 Honda CRF100F[edit]

2004 Honda CRF100F

Borrowing the best features of its XR100R predecessor, the 2003 Honda CRF100F packs great off-road worthiness as an intermediate step between the entry-level minibikes and the more serious dirt machines. Nonintimidating and fun to ride thanks to its clever ergonomics and predictable power deployment, the CRF100F also sports a low seat which helps riders gain both experience and confidence.

Add in the racing CRF-like graphics for an even more inviting attire, helping the young riders turn into young champions with each surmounted obstacle and each camber curve left behind.


2006 Honda CRF100F[edit]

The exceptional versatility and proven toughness of the Honda CRF100F have made it into one of the best-selling machines for the Japanese maker. Simple, built like a tank and ready to provide top-drawer fun right from the box, the Honda CRF100F is ideal for recreational purposes.

On the educational size, it represents a nifty step up for the young riders, getting them used to the convenience and workings of a 5-speed gearbox. Add in protection from the skidplate, fork gaiters and convenient kickstarting in any gear for a better picture on this amazing small-displacement machine.


2007 Honda CRF100F[edit]

Small, but incredibly tough, the Honda CRF100F comes with a very good reputation, as it helped a lot of young riders take a bold step towards bigger machines and come closer to being off-road racing stars. Versatile, easy on the budget as far as maintenance is concerned, intuitive and non-intimidating, the 2006 version carries on the heritage.

Loaded with a Showa fork an Pro-Link rear suspension, and with the 99cc engine mated to a heavy duty 5-speed transmission, the CRF100F is great for both weekend leisure rides and training the young riders on the dirt track.


2008 Honda CRF100F[edit]

2008 Honda CRF100F

Having already earned its place in the world of small-displacement off-road bikes, the CRF100F boasts on its lightweight construction, while proving to be a tough-as-nails machine which can take tons of abuse effortlessly. A favored choice among pro riders but still providing a rider-friendly, forgiving character and easy-to-understand operation.

Far from being a kids-only bike, the CRF100F will also be happy to ride with adults, especially as it packs enough power and torque to be thrilling even for seasoned riders. For racing or weekend relaxing rides in the wild, the 2007 CRF100F is a most valuable choice.


2009 Honda CRF100F[edit]

2009 Honda CRF100F

The 2008 Honda CRF100F is where the real off-road and dirt track fun begins: a bike with intermediate size and easily maneuverable for the young riders, yet a fully-fledged trail machine for the future champs. A combination of 4-stroke muscle and dependable suspension, the 2008 CRF100F epitomizes small-displacement bike versatility and is equally suitable for racing and leisure.

A heavy duty clutch is a great match for the rugged construction and makes sure the bike can withstand quite a lot of abuse, given the way young riders ride as they hone in their skills. Add in a pro-grade Showa rear shock and you have the smallest high-performance bike in Honda's roster.


2011 Honda CRF100F[edit]

Welcome to 4-stroke off-road bikes for beginners, today's treat is the 2010 Honda CRF100F. Brawny yet fairly easy to tame and master, this bike is a natural step up from the 50cc-ish MX machinery, a great choice to help the young riders refine their riding skills and get a glimpse on what swinging a leg over the big-bore enduro machinery could be like.

Age-specific ergonomics and a premium Pr-Link rear suspension are a great complement to the Showa fork, while the light and sturdy steel frame makes the bike pretty much indestructible. Add in the convenience of kickstarting the bike in any gear and the versatile 5-speed gearbox for the complete picture of a bike created for fun in the dirt.

2012 Honda CRF100F[edit]

An ideal machine for beginners, the 2011 Honda CRF100F is a great introduction to off-road riding. This bike brags on its versatility and easy learning curve: it will allow the new riders quickly build confidence and will also help them develop their riding skills really fast. The 2011 Honda CRF100F is a forgiving bike, offering plenty of punch in a package of manageable size and weight.

For trail fun or for honing one's skills on the dirt track, this 99cc 4-stroke thumper also comes with a performance-minded 5-speed manual gearbox which will offer the best power/torque balance for pretty much any scenario. The 2011 Honda CRF100F can also mean lots of fun for more seasoned riders.

2004 Honda CRF100F[edit]

2004 Honda CRF100F

Borrowing the best features of its XR100R predecessor, the 2003 Honda CRF100F packs great off-road worthiness as an intermediate step between the entry-level minibikes and the more serious dirt machines. Nonintimidating and fun to ride thanks to its clever ergonomics and predictable power deployment, the CRF100F also sports a low seat which helps riders gain both experience and confidence.

Add in the racing CRF-like graphics for an even more inviting attire, helping the young riders turn into young champions with each surmounted obstacle and each camber curve left behind.


2006 Honda CRF100F[edit]

2006 Honda CRF100F

The exceptional versatility and proven toughness of the Honda CRF100F have made it into one of the best-selling machines for the Japanese maker. Simple, built like a tank and ready to provide top-drawer fun right from the box, the Honda CRF100F is ideal for recreational purposes.

On the educational size, it represents a nifty step up for the young riders, getting them used to the convenience and workings of a 5-speed gearbox. Add in protection from the skidplate, fork gaiters and convenient kickstarting in any gear for a better picture on this amazing small-displacement machine.


2007 Honda CRF100F[edit]

2007 Honda CRF100F

Small, but incredibly tough, the Honda CRF100F comes with a very good reputation, as it helped a lot of young riders take a bold step towards bigger machines and come closer to being off-road racing stars. Versatile, easy on the budget as far as maintenance is concerned, intuitive and non-intimidating, the 2006 version carries on the heritage.

Loaded with a Showa fork an Pro-Link rear suspension, and with the 99cc engine mated to a heavy duty 5-speed transmission, the CRF100F is great for both weekend leisure rides and training the young riders on the dirt track.


2008 Honda CRF100F[edit]

2008 Honda CRF100F

Having already earned its place in the world of small-displacement off-road bikes, the CRF100F boasts on its lightweight construction, while proving to be a tough-as-nails machine which can take tons of abuse effortlessly. A favored choice among pro riders but still providing a rider-friendly, forgiving character and easy-to-understand operation.

Far from being a kids-only bike, the CRF100F will also be happy to ride with adults, especially as it packs enough power and torque to be thrilling even for seasoned riders. For racing or weekend relaxing rides in the wild, the 2007 CRF100F is a most valuable choice.


2009 Honda CRF100F[edit]

2009 Honda CRF100F

The 2008 Honda CRF100F is where the real off-road and dirt track fun begins: a bike with intermediate size and easily maneuverable for the young riders, yet a fully-fledged trail machine for the future champs. A combination of 4-stroke muscle and dependable suspension, the 2008 CRF100F epitomizes small-displacement bike versatility and is equally suitable for racing and leisure.

A heavy duty clutch is a great match for the rugged construction and makes sure the bike can withstand quite a lot of abuse, given the way young riders ride as they hone in their skills. Add in a pro-grade Showa rear shock and you have the smallest high-performance bike in Honda's roster.


2011 Honda CRF100F[edit]

Welcome to 4-stroke off-road bikes for beginners, today's treat is the 2010 Honda CRF100F. Brawny yet fairly easy to tame and master, this bike is a natural step up from the 50cc-ish MX machinery, a great choice to help the young riders refine their riding skills and get a glimpse on what swinging a leg over the big-bore enduro machinery could be like.

Age-specific ergonomics and a premium Pr-Link rear suspension are a great complement to the Showa fork, while the light and sturdy steel frame makes the bike pretty much indestructible. Add in the convenience of kickstarting the bike in any gear and the versatile 5-speed gearbox for the complete picture of a bike created for fun in the dirt.


2012 Honda CRF100F[edit]

An ideal machine for beginners, the 2011 Honda CRF100F is a great introduction to off-road riding. This bike brags on its versatility and easy learning curve: it will allow the new riders quickly build confidence and will also help them develop their riding skills really fast. The 2011 Honda CRF100F is a forgiving bike, offering plenty of punch in a package of manageable size and weight.

For trail fun or for honing one's skills on the dirt track, this 99cc 4-stroke thumper also comes with a performance-minded 5-speed manual gearbox which will offer the best power/torque balance for pretty much any scenario. The 2011 Honda CRF100F can also mean lots of fun for more seasoned riders.


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