Honda CRF450X - Right Side - Snow

Snowbird – 2005 Honda CRF450X

Living in Southern California, I’m almost always glad the weather is warm enough to ride all year-round. This is one of the very few times where I wish there was snow on the ground. The Honda CRF450X is already one of my favorite street-legal dual-sports, but this RadiX Snowbike conversion from 2Moto makes me absolutely giddy.

Before we go any further, it’s video time (I’d highly recommend you skip to about 2:00):

The standard bike produces 49 horsepower and weighs just over 250 pounds dry. Built to evoke the incredible CRF450 MX bike, this is almost as fast for average riders, but much easier to tame. The conversion to snowbike can take between 1-3 hours depending on your mechanical abilities, but it dramatically extends the riding season. 2013 has brought an upgrade to the conversion, which now costs about $4,700. Bonus – they’ve started racing these things now!

Honda CRF450X - Right Side - Action

This specific Honda CRF450X, obviously, has the 2Moto kit. You’ll also get plenty of add-ons, including a Recluse clutch, Race Tech suspension, Scott steering damper, and a left hand rear brake…and much, much more. The seller is also throwing in a bunch of gear, as he’s dumping everything related to dirt bikes in this package.

Honda CRF450X - Right Side - Snow

Find this Honda CRF450X in Bend, Oregon with a BIN price of $4,800

Honda CRF450X - Right Side - Street

P.S. If you love Honda’s in snow, check out the EZ90 Cub we once featured. Honda once made a variant called the EZ Snow. Find a little more information (and a nifty photo) here on RideApart. The Honda OEM product is no longer available, but there are still aftermarket versions floating around.

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  • jc

    This might be the best thing I’ve ever seen. Sign me up for two.

    • AlBy

      Amen. I have dreams of riding this on city streets before the snow plows come through. This is too cool

  • VN

    Damn, they even make an option for the Service Honda 500!

  • crfer

    The guy in the video you posted has since upgraded to the 2nd version, he says it handles more like a dirtbike now. Intriguing.