Honda is the largest motorcycle producer in the world. For dirt bikes, it offers dual-sport models for on- and off-road use, trail and motocross models. The dual-sport lineup is headlined with the XR650L, while the trail and motocross lines feature a number of different models in the CRF line. Honda is unique in that it only offers four-stroke-powered dirt bikes.
Honda Announces New and Updated 2014 Off-Road Models
New CRF125F dirt bikes and updated FourTrax ATVs highlight 2014 line
Jul. 19, 2013
JCR Honda Earns Bike Win at 2011 Baja 1000 [Video]
Honda continues its Baja dominance, as JCR Honda earns the overall dirt bike win at the 2011 SCORE Baja 1000
Nov. 19, 2011
History of Honda Dirt Bikes, Part Two
Honda off-road motorcycles such as CR250R Elsinore, XR500, CR480R, XR600 and more.
Dec. 08, 2010
History of Honda Dirt Bikes – Part One
Off-road Honda beginnings with the Mini, Mighty, Hawk, Scrambler, Elsinore, XRs and the Future.
Nov. 15, 2010
Don't Ask: Super Hunky Answers Your Dirt Bike Tech Questions (May)
Super Hunky returns to answer more dirt bike tech questions. You have been duly warned, so don't snivel.
May. 03, 2010
Dirt Bike Handling Upgrades You Can Do
Make your dirt bike suit your riding style with just a wrench.
Apr. 19, 2010
Don't Ask: Dirt Bike Tech Questions Answered (April)
Sieman "Super Hunky" tackles reader dirt bike questions about a Honda CRF230F, a Yamaha YZ125, a Kawasaki KX60, a Yamaha TTR230 and more.
Apr. 12, 2010
LATEST Honda Features
We review Honda's dominant off-road racer, the CRF450XSep. 04, 2013
New CRF125F dirt bikes and updated FourTrax ATVs highlight 2014 lineJul. 19, 2013
Honda continues its Baja dominance, as JCR Honda earns the overall dirt bike win at the 2011 SCORE Baja 1000Nov. 19, 2011
Honda off-road motorcycles such as CR250R Elsinore, XR500, CR480R, XR600 and more.Dec. 08, 2010
Off-road Honda beginnings with the Mini, Mighty, Hawk, Scrambler, Elsinore, XRs and the Future.Nov. 15, 2010
Super Hunky returns to answer more dirt bike tech questions. You have been duly warned, so don't snivel.May. 03, 2010
Make your dirt bike suit your riding style with just a wrench.Apr. 19, 2010
Sieman "Super Hunky" tackles reader dirt bike questions about a Honda CRF230F, a Yamaha YZ125, a Kawasaki KX60, a Yamaha TTR230 and more.Apr. 12, 2010
Rick Sieman answers your dirtbike questions on crank stuffers, silencers, glowing pipes and crud in your bowl. Or is it called "mung"?Aug. 01, 2009
We started with the Honda CRF230F and later on, due to an avalanche of mail, proceeded to work on a Yamaha TTR-230R. Both of these bikes are inexpensive, very reliable and parts are reasonable.Apr. 14, 2009
Kermit started out as a 1980 KX125 rolling chassis that Joe found on Craig's List for fifty bucks. The Maico forks and Yamaha front wheel are a fluke.Mar. 05, 2009
Our readers defend two of SuperHunky's Ten Worst Bikes Ever, and he dusts off the archives for an original ad for the Maverick Mini Trail bike.Feb. 02, 2009
Rick answers dirtbike reader questions about forks, wheels, forks, jetting, and forks.Jan. 21, 2009
In first or second gear at low speeds, when you try to roll the throttle on, you get an immediate response that's hard to control. This is exactly the kind of thing you don't need when trail riding on tight trails. Dec. 11, 2008
Tire pressure, changing the oil and making the stock battery last. Rick answers them all - nicely this time.Nov. 17, 2008
I purchased a 2008 CRF230L in April and love riding again after 20 years. I would like to stiffen up the suspension and get some more power from the bike. How does this bike differ from the CRF230F?Oct. 09, 2008
Question: I was wondering about changing the clutchs there a lock nut on there but im not sure if ts reversd threads or what cause i cant seem to get it off. what should i do ?Sep. 07, 2008
Readers try their own hands removing air restrictions, powering 'em up, and smoothing out the ride. Others are new to the project series and just getting started with questions.Jun. 11, 2008
When Honda released their new "L" version of the CRF230F, people wondered how the street bike differed from the off-road version. Of course, there's no one better to check into it than Rick Sieman...May. 12, 2008
Rick clears up reader questions on jetting their dirtbikes, removing the exhaust baffle and steering mods for racing, among others.Apr. 14, 2008