For 2021, Honda has also added factory handguards and new graphics that come with updated ECU and fuel injection settings. The best parts remain the powerful 449cc Unicam engine, dual-spar aluminum housing, six-speed gearbox with wide ratio, long suspension and effortless electric start. And then there are the specs that no one can match: Honda quality and reliability. The route of the full race to the legal road track has been detailed for the CRF450L. Road approval required the engine to comply with the EURO4 standard, while from the point of view of longevity and ease of use, performance and character had to be carefully taken into account. On this page: We have selected the specs, features, news, photos/videos, etc. so you can learn more about the new 2021 Honda CRF450RL in one place. You asked; We have kept our promises. The 2021 CRF450RL comes with hand guards installed directly at the factory.

They are also fully integrated, not like some aftermarket add-ons. They are attached directly to the swivel pins of the control lever, in color matching your new bike and even ventilated. BLACK DID RIMS Based on the CRF450R Moto-Crosser, Honda`s new road-approved dual-use motorcycle features a rugged and lightweight chassis that finds all the grip available, powered by an engine that delivers strong, bottom-up power. Durable, high-quality parts and long service intervals aim for a worry-free driving and ownership experience. After a major overhaul in 2016, the CRF450R chassis was an ideal starting point for the CRF450L, with changes tailored to the machine`s much wider range of applications and its right-of-the-road mission. Do you have trouble seeing the differences between our MX factory bikes and the CRF450RL? You are excused. The “RL” looks like our MX bikes because it`s derived from it – the smooth body makes it easy to get around, and the graphics in the mold updated for 2021 not only look cool, but are also durable. It`s undeniably a purebred CRF – and it looks like it – but with the necessary additions and modifications to make it extremely usable both on the road and in a trail environment. As such, the CRF450L is a complete package that combines both cheerful and on-the-road sleeping spots. And with Honda engineering and build quality at its core, that`s sure to happen for years to come. “The CRF450L aims to have as much fun as possible on clay. It looks like a CRF450R because it really is – just a version suitable for trails and road.

This is what the “L” stands for – “legal”. It is designed to provide an excellent driving experience, with linear motor torque that helps the driver make the most of the grip available in all conditions. AND it includes its HRC-derived CRF technology in an actual service plan. “The CRF450RL has a wider frame to make room for the 6-speed gearbox, which is versatile no matter what the trails require. This is another motorcycle in the 2021 Honda range, equipped with Showa forks and a Pro-Link rear shock absorber that allow for a comfortable ride even on rough terrain. This Japanese motorcycle comes with 12 inches of travel at the front and 11.8 inches of travel at the rear – exactly what you need, whether you`re climbing, crawling or hitting the berms. The 2021 Honda CRF450RL starts at US$9,999 / $12,199 CAD. Welcome to the new 2021 Honda CRF450L! Wait, I meant the new 2021 Honda CRF450RL. One of the few changes Honda has made to the CRF450L for 2021 has been the name change to remind you that this bike is based on the CRF450R platform and that`s what they used to create this 2021 dual sport bike, so it`s now called the CRF450RL.

Thanks to a successful combination of performance, durability and comfort, Honda`s road-legal off-road motorcycle has made a name for itself in the world of dual sport. And for 2021, he has a title that matches his level of performance. This powerful two-wheel drive machine, now known as the CRF450RL, continues to be based on the trail connection approach, expanding customer planning possibilities. Powered by Honda`s proven Unicam 449cc engine and a six-speed gearbox with a wide ratio, as well as a premium suspension with long travel and a double-spar aluminum frame, the CRF450RL is now equipped as standard with lightweight handguards for added comfort and protection, no matter where the route takes you. The CRF450RL is equipped with a catalytic converter and approved for on-road use in all 50 states – and almost anywhere in the world. This means you can drive it anywhere it`s legal to drive a motor vehicle – in state and national parks, on the road, on public land. In addition, you do not need to tow your bike to the starting point in a truck or on a trailer. Honda`s new CRF300L and CRF300L Rally for 2021 are the company`s smallest road-legal CRF models. Based on Honda`s CRF250L series, bisport models now feature larger engines with more torque, while reducing weight and improving balance for better off-road performance. The CRF300L is available as standard ($5,249 RRP) and ABS (MSRP $5,549), as is the CRF300L Rally ($5,999 RRP for the standard, $6,299 RRP with ABS) and is expected to be available in March of this year. The styling of the CRF450L is entirely based on that of the CRF450R.

Thin side covers hide a larger cooler volume plus an electric fan. All lighting (including indicators and license plate light) is LED; The speedometer, horn, brake light switch and rear-view mirror meet the legal requirements, while a side stand provides additional comfort. The CRF450R uses a 6.3-liter titanium fuel tank. CRF450L increases volume from 1.3 l to 7.6 l.