The new benchmark in kids’ fun riding
Honda’s CRF110F is a brand new motorcycle, and replaces the popular CRF70F. It is aimed squarely at the 8-11 year old age range, and happily accommodates heights between 120- 145cm and weights between 30-50kg. Primarily designed for leisure riding, it also provides a valuable stepping-stone up to more competition-focused 125cc/150cc MX and enduro machines
Styling inspired by the 2013 CRF450R the family resemblance is more than passing, further reinforcing the CRF110F’s appeal.
New powerful engine
With a bore and stroke of 50mm x 55.6 (as opposed to the CRF70F’s 47mm x 41.4mm) the CRF110F’s air-cooled two-valve SOHC engine now displaces 109cm3, rather than 72cm³. Power and torque figures rise from 3.6kW/5Nm to 5.35kW/8.85Nm; power is up 49%, torque 77%. The result is greatly improved performance everywhere in the rev-range, and much stronger and more consistent drive out of corners.
The CRF110F’s engine offers more power and torque, and also features an electric starter
Automatic twin clutch
The automatic twin clutch system features two types of independent clutch – one for starting, the other for shifting – that makes changing gears easier and smoother than a conventional system. The transmission now also has four gears, instead of three.
Cylinders1Power (KW)5.35KW / 7500 RPM
|0 — 100 km/h (sec)||N/A|
|Dimensions and Weights|
|Claimed KERB weight (kg)||74|
|Seat height (mm)||667|
|Rake/trail (°/ mm)||N/A|
|Front suspension||31mm fork, 100mm stroke, 90mm axle travel|
|Rear suspension||Mono shock, 59mm stroke|
|Tank capacity (l)||5|
|Starter||Electric / Primary kick|
|Engine configuration||Single cylinder four stroke|
|Valves Per cylinder||2|
|Torque (NM)||8.85NM / 3500 RPM|
|Gearbox||4 speed, with automatic clutch|
|Brakes||(f) 95mm Drum (r) 95mm Drum|
|Frame material||Steel backbone|
All specifications are provisional and subject to change without notice.
** Please note that the figures provided are results obtained by Honda under standardised testing conditions prescribed by WMTC. Tests are conducted on a rolling road using a standard version of the vehicle with only one rider and no additional optional equipment. Actual fuel consumption may vary depending on how you ride, how you maintain your vehicle, weather, road conditions, tyre pressure, installation of accessories, cargo, rider and passenger weight, and other factors.