Honda unveils the CRF150 concept at the 2017 Gaikindo Indonesia International Auto Show.

Honda CRF150 Unveiled At 2017 GIIAS
The front suspension on the Honda CRF150 is finished in gold

Honda has unveiled the CRF150 concept adventure motorcycle at the 2017 Gaikindo Indonesia International Auto Show. The concept motorcycle wears Russian Motocross Champion – Evgeny Bobryshev’s trademark ‘777’ livery, however, expect the production version to come in a rather different colour scheme.

The CRF150 concept gets a 149.2cc, 2-valve, single-cylinder, air-cooled, fuel-injected engine with a bore x stroke ratio of 57.3 x 57.8 mm. The power and torque figures are unknown yet, however, a 5-speed gearbox does the duty of sending power to the rear wheel. The CRF150 seen here probably uses a semi-double-cradle chassis. The frame joints near the foot peg seem to be made out of carbon fibre to save weight and for excellent rigidity.

The motorcycle gets Showa long travel inverted forks (golden finished) upfront and a monoshock at the rear. There are petal discs at both front and rear that do the braking duties. Being an adventure-biased motorcycle, the CRF150 uses 21-inch and 18-inch spoked wheels at the front and rear respectively. These wheels come wrapped in Pirelli Scorpion tyres.

Expect the production version of the CRF150 to be downsized in terms of equipment with traditional parts being used instead of the exotic ones seen on this prototype.

Honda CRF150 Concept

– The CRF150 gets Pirelli Scorpion tyres
– The motorcycle gets a 149.2cc single-cylinder engine with air cooling & fuel injection
– The prototype gets a protective cover on the front disc to prevent damages while off-roading

Honda CRF150 Front Fascia
The CRF concept is draped in Russian Motocross Champion Evgeny Bobryshev’s trademark 777 livery
Honda CRF150 Engine
The CRF150 concept gets a 149.2cc engine
Honda CRF150 Front Suspension
The front disc gets a protective cover to prevent damages
Honda CRF150 Rear Tyre
The front and rear discs use Nissin calipers

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