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American Honda is conservatively entering the segment of electric motorcycles for children with the help of Greenger Powersports. Check out the Honda CRF-E2 greenger Powersports Electric Offroad Bike, an officially licensed American Honda product. What does it mean?

“The CRF-E2 is a product launched through a collaboration between Honda and Greenger, the two companies have worked together to make it available to Honda dealers and customers,” says Colin Miller, deputy director of powersports public relations at American Honda. “This product is developed, manufactured and distributed by Greenger. Honda has licensed its brands to Greenger. All customer service and guarantees are provided by Greenger.”

Here you have it…

The CRF-E2 is a minibike for young people who have experience with pedal bikes, including e-bikes. The maximum weight of the rider is no more than 88 pounds and his height is just under 4 feet and 3 inches. It is available at selected US Honda powersport dealers. For reference, Honda’s comparable, proven entry-level gasoline crf50f off-road bike. It is more beginner-oriented than the faster and also much more expensive KTM SX-E 5 or the Husqvarna EE 5 copy cat.

Dimensionally, the CRF-E2 divides the difference between the CRF50F equipped with 10-inch wheels and the CRF110F with its 14/12-inch combination. We hired Harvey Silva, a 9-year-old beginner, for the exam.

“I had a lot of fun riding an off-road motorcycle because it was really fun,” Harvey says with a smile. “It was difficult to ride with the equipment, but when I rode it for about an hour, I got used to it and it was really fun.”

As with any bike, we recommend that motorcyclists put on the right motorcycle equipment, including an off-road helmet (with a fixed chin guard), goggles, boots above the ankle, a long-sleeved jersey, trousers and gloves. And as Harvey pointed out, it can take a little getting used to for a new motorcyclist.

The CRF-E2 is powered by an air-cooled, maintenance-free brushless 48-volt DC motor. It is rated at 18.4 lbs.- checked. few. Unlike a gasoline-powered dirt bike, the maximum torque is available as soon as the accelerator pedal is turned.

A removable 950-watt lithium-ion battery provides a battery life of almost two hours. The battery is charged in about four hours using a conventional 120-volt household power supply. Greenger Powersports offers a quick charger as an accessory, which shortens the powered time to 2.5 hours.

There are two power modes available that limit the top speed to 10 miles per hour (mode 1) and 20 miles per hour (mode 2). Like a conventional motorcycle, the CRF-E2 uses a rotary throttle mounted on the right handlebar. An LCD panel mounted on the HANDLEBAR monitors the battery capacity. A brake lever on the right operates the front hydraulic DISC brake, while a lever mounted on the left controls the rear disc. There is no clutch or shift lever.

“It makes me happy,” Harvey replies when asked what he thinks of the power of the motorcycle.

“Because it has a lot of power, it’s perfect,” he smiles.

For the most part, Harvey has used the CRF-E2 in mode 1, but he can choose mode 2 when he feels more comfortable.

The E2 rides on 12-inch spoke wheels and weighs 110 pounds and is slightly lighter than its gasoline counterpart. It has two seat height options (24.8 or 25.6 inches) to accommodate riders of different sizes. The adjustment is made by moving the upper shock absorber allen screw.

“Um, that was fine,” the boy says when asked how he drives and drives. “When I was steering or turning this little ramp, [but] I fell. It was good because I did my best.”

Still with his forgiving specs, Harvey felt comfortable with this little CRF, even though he had limited sitting time on something other than a bike.

“I felt comfortable [but that] also makes me a little nervous because you can fall while rolling.”

Another cool thing about this CRF-E2 is that it uses real motorcycle suspensions and brakes. The suspension consists of a telescopic fork and an adjustable damper with a travel of almost 4 inches. It helps junior get a feel for what it’s like to ride a real motorcycle in a compact, easy-to-use package.

Harvey preferred the feel of the rear brake when asked which brake was his favorite: “If I had to choose, I would have chosen the left brake because it is much softer [more forgiving].

If your child is comfortable on the bike and wants to try the bike, the CRF-E2 is a remarkable option. Due to its almost maintenance-free design (with the exception of the wear elements, i.e. the tires, brake pads and the final drive chain), quiet driving and the legendary Honda design and dealer support, the E2 is perfect for beginners. Whether your child wants to have a little fun or wants to start riding a motorcycle as usual, Big Red does what it promises.