Tyler, a first timer on the CRF150R, had some good things to say underneath his big smile. He liked not having to mess around with using the clutch as much to find the power compared to an 85cc two-stroke. He could leave it a gear low and rely on the torque to get him up to speed. For Tyler, the stock suspension is stiffer than what he is used to but he likes how it handles the harsh landings of bigger jumps. With his slim stature, he thought it was a bit harsh in the braking bumps. He really appreciated the bikes stability. "It felt the best cornering through sweeping turns, especially berms, but still handled the ruts good too." He commented that the bike follows a rut best when you are smooth on the power, which made it easier for him to get leaned over. He also likes how the bike is easy to respond to his body English. The bars were a bit low for Tyler, as he likes a taller, straighter bend. We heard Tyler asking his dad for a CRF150R when we loaded up for the day. He even gave his dad the puppy dog eyes...Now we have a brand new 2012 Honda CRF150R with a bunch of laps on it thanks to our miniature Dirt Rider testers. They are currently arm wrestling for the thing to see who gets it for some long-term abuse. Maybe we can teach them to share... Coming up in a future issue of Dirt Rider, one of these small fast kids will give you a more detailed test on Honda's new CRF150R. Stay tuned!