The Honda CRF450R is a bike that has won and consistently finishes on the podium in the 450 MX Shootout, especially since 2017 when it was completely new from the ground up. Since then, it's received notable improvements from year to year. Honda also came out with the CRF450RWE ("Works Edition") last year—a factory-replica version of the standard model. In its debut in 2019, it received all of the updates the CRF450R did along with a specially designed cylinder head with hand-polished ports, a Yoshimura RS-9 titanium slip-on muffler, special ECU settings, Kashima-coated fork tubes, titanium-nitride-coated fork legs and shock shaft, D.I.D LT-X black rims, a gold RK chain, a Throttle Jockey seat cover, and factory Team Honda HRC graphics that are also done by Throttle Jockey. For 2020, this special-edition motocrosser once again comes with all of the same updates as the CRF450R, but with the addition of a Yoshimura titanium header pipe, new dual-compound Renthal grips, and updated graphics that are similar to the Team Honda HRC racebikes.