– 2021 Motorcycle Reviews / Specs / News / Features Explained + Pictures & Videos –
Looking for info and news on the latest 2021 Honda Motorcycle models? Detailed reviews on some of the 2021 Motorcycles that you’re trying to find out more information on? Below you’ll find details like Specs, Prices, Release Dates, Buyer’s Guides, Comparison Reviews on everything 2-wheels from Honda whether it be their 2021 CBR Sport Bikes, Touring Motorcycles like the All-New Gold Wing, Cruisers, Choppers, Naked StreetFighter & Cafe Racer Bikes, Adventure Bikes, Beginner Motorcycles or Off-Road CRF Enduro / Trail & CRF-R Motocross Race Bikes etc or 2021 Honda DCT Automatic Motorcycles, Scooters and everything in-between! Stay tuned for sneak peek info and more by signing up to our newsletter below or by following me on social media etc for updates as I’m always posting sneak-peek Honda motorcycle info.
- 2021 Motorcycle Updates:
- January 2020 Update: 2021 CBR1000RR-R SP introduced (USA).
- March 2020 Update: 2021 CT125 Hunter Cub introduced (Japan. USA soon.).
- April 2020 Update: 2021 ADV 150 introduced (USA) plus the returning 2021 Super Cub, 2021 CB300R ABS and 2021 CRF50F.
- May 2020 Update: 2021 CRF250R. CRF110F, Monkey and more below!
- July 2020 Update: 2021 CRF450R, CRF450RL, CRF450RX, CRF450RWE and the 2021 CB500X with the TRX90X.
- August 21 Update: 2021 CBR600RR release date with big new changes!
- September 2020 Update?: Coming soon…
Below you’ll find the only 2021 motorcycles from Honda that have been announced to date. We’ll see more official 2021 motorcycle news releasing from Honda within the next few weeks…
Honda has technically skipped doing a 2020 CBR1000RR and went straight to the all-new 2021 CBR1000RR-R model lineup. The CBR1000RR-R is a brand-new motorcycle, built with an unwavering focus on circuit riding, with unprecedented levels of performance and control. Its inline four-cylinder engine draws heavily on the RC213V-S’s combustion efficiency and low-friction technologies – while also sharing its bore and stroke; it also features titanium con-rods and forged aluminum pistons. Honda Selectable Torque Control (HSTC) has been optimized and adjustable Start Mode added to Power, Engine Brake and Wheelie Control. An aluminum diamond frame features a longer RC213V-S-style swingarm, with six-axis Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU), 3-level Honda Electronic Steering Damper (HESD) and Showa suspension front and rear. New Nissin brake calipers bite 330mm discs through 2-level ABS. The bodywork and riding position have an uncompromising focus on aerodynamic performance, and the fairing features MotoGP-derived winglets to generate downforce. A full-color TFT screen and Honda Smart Key and more are added to the mix.
- 2021 CBR1000RR-R Colors: TBA
- 2021 CBR1000RR-R Price / MSRP: TBA
- 2021 CBR1000RR-R Release Date: TBA
- 2021 CBR1000RR-R Changes: Yes, explained here.
Focusing on outright track performance, engineers have developed the CBR1000RR-R Fireblade SP with engine and chassis technology from MotoGP, the all-new model drawing heavily on the RCV combustion efficiency and low-friction solutions. The engine is more compact than the inline four-cylinder powerplant it replaces and benefits from the use of high-end technologies like titanium connecting rods, forged aluminum pistons and finger-follower rocker arms.
The CBR1000RR-R Fireblade SP uses an all-new aluminum diamond frame with increased vertical and torsional rigidity, but decreased horizontal rigidity, for maximum levels of grip and feel. A longer swingarm—stamped from aluminum of 18 individual thicknesses—is developed with lessons learned through Honda’s Grand Prix efforts, further highlighting the connection between the all-new model and Honda’s championship-winning race bikes.
Honda Selectable Torque Control (HSTC) has been optimized and an adjustable Start Mode joins Power, Engine Brake and Wheelie Control; a quick shifter is standard. The CBR1000RR-R Fireblade SP is outfitted with a six-axis Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU), three-level Honda Electronic Steering Damper (HESD) and second-generation Öhlins Smart Electronic Control (S-EC) suspension and user interface. New Brembo Stylema brake calipers bite 330mm rotors through two-level ABS. The bodywork and riding position have an uncompromising focus on aerodynamic performance, and the fairing features MotoGP-derived winglets to generate downforce. A full-color TFT screen and Honda Smart Key are the finishing touches.
- 2021 CBR1000RR-R SP Colors: Tricolor
- 2021 CBR1000RR-R SP Price / MSRP: $28,500
- 2021 CBR1000RR-R SP Release Date: June 2020
- 2021 CBR1000RR-R SP Changes: Yes, explained here.
2021 Honda CBR600RR
The new 2021 CBR600RR announcement is scheduled for August 21, 2020.
- 2021 CBR600RR Colors: TBA
- 2021 CBR600RR Price / MSRP: TBA
- 2021 CBR600RR Release Date: TBA
- 2021 CBR600RR Announcement Date: August 21st, 2020.
- 2021 CBR600RR Changes: Yes, will be explained on August 21st, 2020.
Here’s our first glimpse of the new 2021 CBR600RR in action thanks to the Honda Japan YouTube channel:
It’s finally official, the CT125 is a production bike and no longer just a concept model. Check out more details on the 2021 Honda CT125 by Clicking Here…
What exactly is the ADV150? That’s a fair question, given the unique nature of this new model from Honda, the U.S. leader in scooter sales. The answer: It’s a lightweight, compact scooter (based off the PCX150) with adventure-ready features, a crossover model that embraces Honda’s “City Adventure” concept and is positioned for both daily commuting and recreation. Prepared for practical use while still enabling the rider to indulge in opportunities for new experiences, it facilitates smooth urban travel and also inspires back-road exploring. Making the ordinary fun and facilitating the enjoyment of free time, the ADV150 is simply the most versatile scooter on the market, by a considerable margin.
- 2021 Honda ADV 150 Colors: Matte Black Metallic
- 2021 Honda ADV 150 Price / MSRP: $4,299
- 2021 Honda ADV 150 Release Date: June 2020
Since its 2018 U.S. return, the celebrated Super Cub has won fans with its nostalgic look and friendly performance. For 2021, the highest-selling motor vehicle of all time is back for more, proving that even 65 years after its debut, you still meet the nicest people on a Honda.
- 2021 Super Cub Colors: Pearl Nebula Red
- 2021 Super Cub Price / MSRP: $3,749
- 2021 Super Cub Release Date: June 2020
- 2021 Super Cub Changes: None
Celebrating its 60th anniversary this mode lyear, the legendary Monkey oozes history and tradition, having originally been produced in 1961 for Tama Tech, a Honda-owned amusement park in Japan. But while this mini MOTO bike’s looks and spirit are faithful to the Monkey’s earliest concept of making mobility fun, its modern iteration touts convenient features that help it perform well and run reliably, which explains why it’s a hit with both nostalgic customers seeking a trip down memory lane, and a new generation of enthusiasts.
- 2021 Monkey Colors: Pearl Nebula Red, Pearl Glittering Blue
- 2021 Monkey ABS Colors: Pearl Nebula Red
- 2021 Monkey Price / MSRP: $3,999
- 2021 Monkey ABS Price / MSRP: $4,199
- 2021 Monkey Release Date: August 2020
- 2021 Monkey Changes: None
2021 Honda CB300R ABS
Promising performance and lifestyle in equal parts, the CB300R ABS naked bike returns for 2021 featuring Honda’s Neo-Sports Café design in its most lightweight representation. Boasting good power and minimal unsprung weight, it delivers responsive, precise handling and excellent braking performance, thanks in part to standard two-channel ABS with an IMU. The minimalist style centralizes weight for optimum chassis feel, performance and balance, while attitude is expressed through exposed, blacked-out hardware and dramatic cutaway tail. The ultimate lightweight sport-naked machine, the CB300R ABS boasts many of the premium features found on its larger-capacity siblings.
- 2021 CB300R Colors: Matte Pearl Blue
- 2021 CB300R Price / MSRP: $4,949
- 2021 CB300R Release Date: June 2020
- 2021 CB300R Changes: None
2021 Honda CB500X ABS
Honda’s CB500X proves that adventure is everywhere. Light, powerful and rugged, the bike offers easy-to-access performance that is ideally suited for traveling or commuting. Driven by customer feedback over time, the CB500X has evolved into an increasingly adventurous machine with a bump-absorbing 19-inch front wheel, long-stroke 41 mm fork offering 5.3 inches of travel, wide handlebar and touring-focused features like a tall windscreen. On the city streets, backroads or dirt roads, the CB500X is both practical and rewarding to ride.
- 2021 CB500X ABS Price / MSRP: $6,999
- 2021 CB500X ABS Colors: Matte Black Metallic
- 2021 CB500X ABS Release Date: October 2020
2021 Honda CRF Dirt Bikes
2021 Honda CRF Dual-Sport Motorcycle Lineup
2021 Honda CRF250L (Coming Soon)
2021 Honda CRF450RL (CRF450L replacement)
Through a winning combination of performance, durability and comfort, Honda’s road-legal dirt bike has made a name for itself in the dual-sport world. And for 2021, it has a title befitting its level of performance. Now called the CRF450RL, this capable dual-sport machine remains based on the trail-connecting approach that broadens customers’ ride-planning possibilities. Powered by Honda’s proven 449cc Unicam® engine and wide-ratio six-speed transmission, plus premium long-travel suspension and twin-spar aluminum frame, the CRF450RL now comes standard with lightweight handguards for increased comfort and protection no matter where the ride leads.
- 2021 CRF450RL Price: $10,399
- 2021 CRF450RL Release Date: September 2020
- 2021 CRF450RL Changes: Yes
2021 Honda CRF Trail / Dirt Bike Lineup
Based on its popularity (it’s the powersports industry’s number-one 50cc trail bike – by a considerable margin), but also on its features, there’s simply no better choice for introducing kids to motorcycling than the CRF50F. The pocketsize machine is armed with a fun-but-reliable 49cc air-cooled four-stroke engine with an automatic clutch, and its 10-inch wheels and low seat height instill confidence in young riders who are just getting started on collecting lifetimes of motorcycling memories.
- 2021 CRF50F Colors: Red
- 2021 CRF50F Price / MSRP: $1,599
- 2021 CRF50F Release Date: June 2020
- 2021 CRF50F Changes: None
2021 Honda CRF110F
With its proven durability and new-rider friendly performance, the CRF110F is the powersports industry’s top-selling off-road motorcycle, and it’s no wonder: This model perfectly encapsulates Honda’s proud heritage—extending back nearly four decades to the legendary XR75—of four-stroke trail bikes that are kid-sized but full-featured. In the modern era, that means clean-running Keihin fuel injection and 50-state year-round off-road legality, as well as a clutch-less four-speed semi-automatic transmission and push-button electric start. The CRF110F is sure to continue delivering smiles long after riding skills develop, so there’s no telling where it could take generations of youngsters.
- 2021 CRF110F Colors: Red
- 2021 CRF110F Price / MSRP: $2,499
- 2021 CRF110F Release Date: July 2020
- 2021 CRF110F Changes: None
2021 Honda CRF125F / CRF125FB Big Wheel
The midsize CRF125F trail bike is available in two versions—standard andBig Wheel, the latter accommodating taller riders with larger front and rear wheels, longer-travel suspension and a higher seat. With their fun performance and looks that mimic those of the CRF Performance line, both versions of the CRF125F promise years of recreational trail-riding enjoyment,and with clean-running Keihin electronic fuel injection, both boast 50-state 12-month off-road legality
- 2021 CRF125F Prices
- CRF125F: $3,199
- CRF125F Big Wheel: $3,599
- 2021 CRF125F Release Date: August 2020
- 2021 CRF125F Changes: None
2021 Honda CRF250F
An incredibly versatile trail bike, the CRF250F can take riders from their first time on dirt to tackling challenging terrain. The flagship of Honda’s CRF Trail line features Keihin electronically controlled fuel injection and is year-round off-road legal in all 50 states. Its SOHC long-stroke, air-cooled engine delivers smooth acceleration and excellent rear-wheel hookup, and its perimeter steel frame and Showa suspension offer confidence-inspiring handling and a compliant ride in varied terrain. Add it all up and the result is a fun-but-capable trail bike that’s ready for just about anything—and any rider.
- 2021 CRF250F Price: $4,699
- 2021 CRF250F Release Date: September 2020
- 2021 CRF250F Changes: None
2021 Honda CRF PERFORMANCE LINE / Race Dirt Bikes
2021 Honda CRF150R / CRF150R Big Wheel
Honda’s smallest motocrosser is available in both standard and Big Wheel versions (the latter targeted to suit taller riders, offering larger wheels, a higher seat and additional rear-suspension travel). The powersports industry’stop-selling mini motocrosser, the CRF150R has a Unicam® four-stroke engine—unique in the mini MX world—that delivers smooth, ample torque across the rev range. The Showa® suspension components comprise a37mm inverted fork and a Pro-Link® rear-suspension system with a singleS howa shock
- 2021 CRF150R Prices
- CRF150R: $5,199
- CRF150R Big Wheel: $5,399
- 2021 CRF150R Release Date: August 2020
- 2021 CRF150R Changes: None
2021 Honda CRF250RX
Campaigned in national championship off-road racing by JCR Honda’s Tarah Gieger, Phoenix Racing Honda’s Jonathan Johnson and SLR Honda’s Tallon LaFountaine, the CRF250RX features closed-course off-road-focused components like a large fuel tank,aluminum side stand and 18-inch rear wheel. It also has off-road-specific engine mapping and suspension settings,making it ideal for specialties like woods racing, desert racing, off-road grand prix competition and trail riding in legal off road areas.
- 2021 CRF250RX Price: $8,399
- 2021 CRF250RX Release Date: July 2020
- 2021 CRF250RX Changes: None
2021 Honda CRF250R
The machine that took Phoenix Racing Honda rider Kyle Peters to the 2020 AMA Arenacross title returns for the 2021 model year, with strong power across the rev range and a low-center-of-gravity chassis layout that delivers nimble,stable handling. The CRF250R has also performed well in the 2020 AMA Supercross series, where GEICO Honda rider Chase Sexton leads the 250SX East title chase through the first four rounds.
- 2021 CRF250R Price: $7,999
- 2021 CRF250R Release Date: August 2020
- 2021 CRF250R Changes: None
2021 Honda CRF450R
The industry’s benchmark motocross machine, Honda’s CRF450R has amassed an impressive collection of awards and titles over the years. Rather than rest on its laurels, Honda has gone back to the drawing board for the 2021 model year, endowing the legendary machine with updates aimed at improved power, handling and consistency, with a focus on “Razor Sharp Cornering.” Drawing on lessons learned from Honda Racing Corporation’s global race program, including Team Honda HRC’s AMA Supercross and Motocross efforts, the 2021 CRF450R features engine updates focused on low- to midrange performance, a newly designed chassis with revised rigidity and a slimmer overall package. The combination yields a machine that performs at a high level for the duration of a tough moto.
- 2021 CRF450R Price: $9,599
- 2021 CRF450R Release Date: September 2020
- 2021 CRF450R Changes: Yes
2021 Honda CRF450R Works Edition (CRF450RWE)
For motocross enthusiasts who demand the absolute best when it comes to performance, the premium CRF450RWE (“Works Edition”) benefits from the same improvements as the 2021 CRF450R, plus a long list of elite-level updates based on the machines in the Team Honda HRC factory race shop. As with the CRF450R, this model is endowed with important updates aimed at improving power, handling and consistency and—befitting its status as the clear benchmark when it comes to lap times—it boasts additional features aimed at refining power, suspension performance and aesthetics. New for 2021, the CRF450RWE now comes standard with a Hinson clutch basket and cover, as well as a Twin Air air filter.
- 2021 CRF450RWE Price: $12,380
- 2021 CRF450RWE Release Date: November 2020
- 2021 CRF450RWE Changes: Yes
2021 Honda CRF450RX
Ridden by Phoenix Racing Honda, SLR Honda and JCR Honda at the national-championship level, the CRF450RX is well-suited for closed-course off-road competition such as GNCC, WORCS and NGPC. For the 2021 model year, it’s better than ever, getting the same important performance upgrades as the motocross-focused CRF450R and retaining off-road-specific features like dedicated ECU and suspension settings, an 18-inch rear wheel and an aluminum side stand. New for 2021, the CRF450RX comes standard with handguards and a revised 2.1 gallon fuel tank that narrows the bike width at the radiator shrouds. The combination yields a race machine that’s ready to chase arrows and ribbon along trails from coast to coast.
- 2021 CRF450RX Price: $9,899
- 2021 CRF450RX Release Date: October 2020
- 2021 CRF450RX Changes: Yes
2021 Honda CRF450X
When it comes to motorcycle racing in Baja, “dominant” doesn’t quite do justice to Honda’s record. Twenty-two of the last 23 victories in the legendary Baja 1000 have gone to Honda, including SLR Honda’s convincing 2019 win, and 13 of those belong to the CRF450X. Not only does it rule racing south of the border,but the CRF450X is a great trail bike,thanks in part to its 50-state year-round off-road-legal status. With off-road appropriate features like a side stand,18-inch rear wheel, headlight, sealed chain and six-speed transmission, it’s ready for desert expanses or tight woods.
- 2021 CRF450X Price: $9,799
- 2021 CRF450X Release Date: July 2020
- 2021 CRF450X Changes: None