2019 Honda CRF450L Motorcycle

Oct 5, 2018

Category: Rides

Most dual-sport motorcycles are pretty great for both on- and off-road riding. But they do have their limitations — especially when it comes to rougher terrain or whoops and jumps. Unfortunately, bikes that are more well-equipped for motocross-style riding are almost never street legal. Honda, however, is trying to split the difference with their new 2019 CRF450L motorcycle.

A member of the brand’s performance-focused CRF dirt bike line, this bad boy was built to tackle the trails, boasting a 449cc liquid-cooled single-cylinder four-stroke engine, aggressive stance, stiff aluminum frame, and an off-road suspension. Unlike a lot of other trail-ready bikes, this one has a trouble-free electric start system rather than a sometimes-frustrating kick-starter. The best part of this new release, however, is the fact that, with all of these off-road-friendly features, it is still completely street-legal right off the factory floor. Hop aboard this true trail-to-trail bike now starting at just $10,399.

Purchase: $10,400+

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