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2024 Honda CRF125F Big Wheel Guide • Total Motorcycle – Total Motorcycle News

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The term “do-it-all” gets tossed around quite a bit, but there’s no denying its suitability for describing the CRF125F, a kind of midpoint in Honda’s CRF Trail lineup. Available in both standard and Big Wheel configurations, the CRF125F is 50-state off-road legal, providing access to trails across the country. It’s a confidence-inspiring, reliable, long-running machine that’s well-suited to young off-roaders, first-time trail riders, making for enjoyable outings with friends and family.
We’ve got some big guns in our CRF-MX line up and the CRF125F is proud to line up next to them. The perfect entry bike for young riders aged 10, or over, who are looking for fun and a bike to feed their off-road passion.
Ready to light the fuse for any kid who wants to progress to bigger fire power.
It may be small, but the CRF125F shares the same styling and some of the features of its bigger CRF brothers. Hit the electric start and the air-cooled SOHC engine is eager to go, tuned specifically for smooth bottom end torque it’s perfect for junior riders. The diamond-spar steel frame, 31mm diameter telescopic fork with 140mm of travel and Honda Pro-Link rear suspension system provide a tough chassis to bash on through the rough stuff.

2024 Honda CRF125F Big Wheel Key Features

  • 125cc air-cooled single-cylinder engine
  • Fuel injection
  • Electric starter
  • Twin-spar steel frame
  • 17-/14-inch front/rear wheels
  • 29.1-inch seat height
  • Front disc brake

Following one of the most successful AMA Supercross seasons on record, with Team Honda HRC riders Chase Sexton, Hunter Lawrence and Jett Lawrence sweeping all three championships, Honda’s iconic line of CRF Performance and Trail dirt bikes returns for the 2024 model year. Also included in the announcement is the return of the sport-naked CB300R and Pioneer 700 multipurpose side-by-side.
Between the CRF Performance and CRF Trail lineups, Honda offers a wide range of off-road motorcycles that covers nearly every category, from elite-level motocross to family-friendly trail riding. The CRF Performance line includes the CRF450R, CRF450RWE, CRF450R-S, CRF450RX, CRF450X, CRF450RL, CRF250R, CRF250RX and CRF150R, each of which are tailored to push the upper limits in its respective realm of off-road riding and racing. For riders seeking a more relaxed or beginner-friendly experience, the CRF Trail family—including the CRF250F, CRF125F, CRF110F and CRF50F—offer user-friendly design, unmatched reliability, ease of maintenance and hours of fun. In addition to the CRF models, the agile and responsive CB300R brings signature sport-naked styling for 2024, and rounding out the announcement is the middleweight Pioneer 700, a multipurpose side-by-side known for its endless versatility and capability.
“It’s been an unprecedented year for Honda and the CRF Performance line,” said Brandon Wilson, American Honda Manager of Sports & Experiential. “Team Honda HRC has done an incredible job of showcasing just how capable Honda’s dirt bikes are. The knowledge gained from our championship-winning racing efforts trickles down to every model in the lineup, and even to the fun, friendly CRF Trail models, helping owners to make outdoor memories with family and friends.
We’re also pleased to welcome back the CB300R and the Pioneer 700 for 2024. We’re proud to deliver this diverse and capable range of products, offering customers numerous ways to enjoy the outdoors.”

2024 Honda CRF125F Big Wheel Features and Benefits


  • The 124.9cc SOHC engine returns with smooth, linear power delivery.
  • Electronically controlled Keihin fuel-injection system. FI delivers linear and hesitation-free power for controllable delivery at all points in the powerband.
  • Four-speed gearbox is well matched to the broad power spread.
  • Electric starter makes getting going a breeze, with kick-start backup included.

Meets CARB and EPA off-road emissions standards. (Green-sticker-compliant in California.)

2024 Honda CRF125F Big Wheel – USA Specifications/Technical Details
US MSRP Price: $3,799 USD
Canada MSRP Price: $ See Dealer CDN
Europe/UK MSRP Price: £3099 GBP (On The Road inc 20% Vat)



CRF125F Big Wheel



124.9cc air-cooled 25º single-cylinder four-stroke

Valve Train

SOHC; 2 valves

Bore x Stroke

52.4mm x 57.9mm

Compression Ratio



Fuel-injection system; 22mm throttle bore


Full transistorized


Push-button electric starter / kick


Constant-mesh 4-speed return; manual


Multiplate wet

Final Drive

#420 chain; 13T/46T

#420 chain; 13T/49T



31mm conventional telescopic coil-spring fork; 5.2 in. 5.9 in. stroke

31mm conventional telescopic coil-spring fork; 6.7 in. stroke


Pro-Link system w/ single shock; 5.5 in. travel

Pro-Link system w/ single shock; 6.6 in. travel



Hydraulic; single 220mm disc


Mechanical 95mm leading trail drum



70/100-17 w/ tube

70/100-19 w/ tube


90/100-14 w/ tube

90/100-16 w/ tube


Rake (Caster Angle)






69.7 in.

73.1 in.


29.1 in.

30.3 in.


39.4 in.

42.1 in.

Ground Clearance

8.3 in.

10.3 in.

Seat Height

29.1 in.

30.9 in.


48.0 in.

49.4 in.

Fuel Capacity

1.0 gal.

Curb Weight*

194 lbs.

199 lbs.




*Includes all standard equipment, required fluids and full tank of fuel—ready to ride
Specifications subject to change

*Includes all standard equipment, required fluids and full tank of fuel—ready to ride
Specifications subject to change
Engine & Drivetrain
Engine Type Air-cooled, single-cylinder
Displacement 125 cc
Bore & Stroke 52.4 mm x 57.9 mm
Compression Ratio 9:1
Valve Train SOHC; two valves
Fuel Delivery PGM-FI electronic fuel injection with 22 mm throttle body
Transmission 4-speed with manual clutch
Final Drive #428 chain, 13T/49T
Chassis & Suspension
Front Suspension 31 mm Telescopic fork; 151 mm (5.9 in.) travel
Rear Suspension Pro-Link® Showa single shock; 168 mm (6.6 in.) travel
Dimensions & Additional Information
Tires Front: 70/100-19
Rear: 90/100-16
Brakes Front: 220 mm disc
Rear: Drum
Ground Clearance 260 mm (10.2 in.)
Seat Height 785 mm (30.9 in.)
Wheelbase 1,255 mm (49.4 in.)
Curb Weight 90 kg (198 lb.) including required fluids and full tank of gas—ready to ride
Fuel Capacity 3.7 litres, 0.7 litre reserve
Colour Extreme Red
Warranty 6 months, unlimited mileage, freely transferable warranty; extended coverage available with Honda Plus


2024 Honda CRF125F Big Wheel – Europe Specifications/Technical Details

Bore × Stroke (mm) 52.4mm x 57.9mm
Carburation Fuel-injection, 22mm throttle bore
Compression Ratio 9.0:1
Engine Displacement (cc) 124.9cc
Engine Type Air-cooled single-cylinder four-stroke
Brakes Front 220mm hydraulic disc
Brakes Rear Drum
Suspension Front 31mm telescopic fork; 13cm of travel |Big Wheel conventional fork 16cm of travel
Suspension Rear Pro-Link® single-shock; 14cm of travel |Big Wheel single shock 16cm of travel
Tyre Size Front 70/100-17 |Big Wheel 10/100-19
Tyre Size Rear 90/100-14 |Big Wheel 90/100-16
Dimensions and Weights
Caster Angle 27°30′
Fuel Tank Capacity (Litres) 4.54
Ground Clearance (mm) 21cm |Big Wheel 26.7cm
Kerb Weight (kg) 88kg |Big Wheel 90kg
Seat Height (mm) 73.9cm |Big Wheel 78.5cm
Trail (mm) 81mm |Big Wheel 94mm
Weight (kg) 87.99kg | Big Wheel 90.27kg
Wheelbase (mm) 125cm
Final Drive Chain 13T/46T |Big Wheel 13T/49T
Gearbox Four-speed
Instruments and Electrics
Ignition System Full Transistorized
Manufacturer Specifications and appearance are subject to change without prior notice on Total Motorcycle (TMW).

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