Honda CRFX Review First Ride A bike synonymous with “legendary” in the off road world just got better. Don’t Miss Stories on a new chassis, revamped suspension, and slick, updated bodywork. Like the rest of the CRF models, the X is infused with most of the R’s DNA, save for slight tuning differences that make it better .The X and L have six speed transmissions which is one more cog than last year’s X , versus the R’s five, and the steering geometry is slightly different, but that’s to be expected for the quicker steering R motocrosser..While reviewing the Honda CRFX we had to ask ourselves the question Could this little red be the ultimate all round off road bike?.Honda CRFX review. By Visordown. Sun, . Share This. With wheelie happy monsters like Honda’s new CRFX, never has there been a better reason to get stuck in the mud If the DR Z were a Bandit , the CRF X would be a Fireblade. It would be wasted if your off roading was limited to occasional green lane pottering, but .
Honda makes two types of CRF dirt bikes technically three if you count the CRF L street legal models but we’re only talking off road right now or four if you count the CRF X models but Honda didn’t build them in is undecided so I’m not including them here , you have the CRF F models which are your basic “trail” style dirt bike and then you have the CRF R model lineup .While reviewing the Honda CRFX we had to ask ourselves the question Could this little red be the ultimate all round off road bike?.