Thoroughly transforming any stock two-wheeled offering into a high-performance track weapon never comes cheap. Aftermarket parts, Baja Designs LED headlight kit, engine and suspension tuning, cosmetic mods: it all adds up quickly. For this reason, purchasing an example that somebody else has already gone through the trouble and expense of upgrading can save you a massive amount of money. That’s exactly what we’ve got here with this top-shelf supermoto build based on a 2013 Honda CRF450R.
Highlights from the build list include Brembo 100mm caliper and master supposedly plucked from a 1299 Panigale (linked via steel braided lines fore and aft), Ride Engineering triple clamps and 144mm rear suspension linkage, dipped (half-painted) Alpina tubeless wheels, Works Connection levers, aftermarket MX-style pegs and pedals, Mika bars, Carbon fiber tank, Anodized Tusk kickstarter, fork guards, lever guard, CMT carbon fiber rear mud guard, rear caliper guard, and rear fender support, plus two different seats, a recovered stock saddle and an Acerbis race unit.
The fuel-injected single has received an FMF full titanium exhaust terminating in dual cans with carbon tips and a Boyesen Supercooler water pump kit was also added to the mix. The thumper also has ample bash protection thanks to a handful of aftermarket guards and cases; Boyesen anodized clutch cover; Works Connection oil filter cover; Hammerhead Designs case saver; and a Polisport ignition cover. The bike is currently plated and fully street legal, sporting Trail Tech instrumentation, working lights and horn, etc.
According to the seller, more than $15K was sunk into this very red SuMo. And with what’s said to be only 500 miles on the odo, this street-legal supermoto needs nothing and looks like an absolute blast to rip around on.
You can find this 2013 Honda CRF450R Supermoto build for sale in Hollywood, California with a price of $8,000 here on Craigslist.