The 2020 Honda CRF50F is the ultimate learning tool for young riders. Its automatic clutch makes one less thing for the little one to manage, but the three gears still allow them to learn the importance of shifting via the shift lever. Don’t want your kid to head off into the hills? The adjustable throttle limiter and keyed ignition are safety features that help you maintain control.
Looking for a tricked-out pitbike? The CRF50F serves as one of the original platforms for pitbike racing. Several companies offer hop-up kits for this Honda, including big-bore kits, upgraded suspension, and customized aesthetics.
The CRF50F does have some competition in the Yamaha PW50 ($1,499) or TT-R50E ($1,699), Suzuki DR-Z50 ($1,749), and KTM 50 SX ($4,349) or 50 SX Mini ($3,849). As you can see the CRF50F’s $1,549 pricing is challenged by the competition as well.
There aren’t any changes for 2020, even the graphics remain unchanged.