The Honda CRF110F hit the market in 2013 as the second-smallest trailbike in Big Red’s lineup. A mellow powerplant and low seat height make this Honda an ideal platform for youngsters, yet can easily be modified into a tricked-out pit bike for adults.
Our colleagues over at Dirt Rider attended the intro for the Honda CRF110F when it was an all-new model back in 2013. The year after, they conducted a full review of the bike as well. The CRF110F has enjoyed some changes since then, so we may have to revisit it and put one of our youth test riders on the 109cc trailbike to see how it performs in the new decade.
Some competitors of the 2020 Honda CRF110F include the 2020 Yamaha TT-R110E and the 2020 Kawasaki KLX110. With a retail price of $2,399, the CRF110F is $100 more than the TT-R110E and KLX110.
Although the Honda CRF110F is unchanged for 2020, it received several updates in 2019 including a Keihin electronically controlled fuel-injection system, a new twin-spar steel frame, and different bodywork.