Tuesday, July 14, 2009

2009 Honda CRF50F NEW

Meet the CRF50F, not only one of the largest cross-country bicycles of line entry ever made, but also one of most popular. In fact, thousands and thousands of children (perhaps even you, dad or mom?) can call this rough, the dynamo 49cc - comprising a beginner-friendly automatic clutch and a low size of seat - their first Honda. And a turn was very that it took to know that it wasn 't last to them.

Comprising a reversed fork, an engine 49cc at four times, an automatic clutch and a gear box three-speed, this 's no wonder this small Honda CRF50F was the model of the choice for riders of beginning the world more during more than 40 years.

Features & Benefits

- Dependable 49cc SOHC four-stroke engine develops smooth, easy-to-use power.

- 10.0:1 compression ratio for good performance.

- Maintenance-free CD ignition and automatic cam-chain tensioner.

- 13mm piston-valve carburetor offers excellent fuel mileage and throttle response throughout the rpm range.

- Smooth-shifting three-speed transmission and automatic clutch offer simple operation and easy takeoffs.

- Durable #420 drive chain offers dependable operation and low maintenance.

- USDA-qualified muffler/spark arrester is efficient and quiet.

- Closed crankcase ventilation system safeguards against engine oil contamination.


- High-tensile steel frame and swingarm offer excellent balance of strength and compliance.

- Inverted telescopic fork offers a plush 3.5 inches of suspension travel.

- Single-shock rear suspension provides 2.8 inches of well-damped travel and is mounted to a reinforced swingarm.

- 28-spoke, 10-inch-diameter wheels with die-cast-aluminum hubs look great, provide excellent maneuverability and offer smooth ride quality.

- Powerful, lightweight front and rear drum brakes.

- Wide, long-wearing off-road tires offer excellent traction.

- Front suspension spring and damping rates for optimum rider comfort and bump absorption.

Additional Features

- CRF®-R-inspired bodywork.

- Engine design produces low emissions that meets both EPA and California Air Resources Board (CARB) off-road emissions standards.

- Narrow 4.3-inch-wide CRF-type seat, slim fuel tank and extra-low 21.6-inch seat height provide excellent comfort and mobility for a broad range of young riders.

- Adjustable throttle limiter.

- Keyed ignition switch prevents unauthorized use.

- Motocross-style handlebar with padded protector.

- Small-size control levers enhance young rider comfort and confidence.

- High-quality, comfortable grips.

- Small overall size and light weight simplify transport.

- Easy-access washable foam air filter simplifies maintenance.

- Folding, cleated footpegs offer secure footing even in muddy conditions.

- Durable plastic fenders are nearly indestructible.

- Honda Racing-inspired colors and graphics.

Transferable six-month limited warranty; extended coverage available with a Honda Protection Plan.
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2009 Honda CRF50F - USA Specifications

MSRP: 1,349 USD
Model: CRF50F
Engine Type: 49cc air cooled single-cylinder four-stroke
Bore and Stroke: 39mm x 41.4mm
Compression ratio: 10.0:1
Valve Train: SOHC; two-valve
Induction: 13mm piston-valve carburetor
Ignition: CD
Transmission: Three-speed with automatic clutch
Final Drive: #420 chain; 14T/37T
Suspension Front: Inverted telescopic fork; 3.5 inches travel
Rear: Single shock; 2.8 inches travel
Brakes Front: Drum
Rear: Drum
Tires Front: 2.50-10
Rear: 2.50-10
Wheelbase: 36.0 inches
Rake (Caster angle): 25.0o
Trail: 32mm (1.3 inches)
Seat Height: 21.6 inches
Curb Weight*: 110 pounds
Fuel Capacity: 0.7 gallon, including 0.2 reserve
Color: Red
6 months Coverage of defects in materials and workmanship

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