Now that the Honda CRF300L and CRF300 Rally are here, riders are going to want to farkelize their machine. SRC Moto can help here; the Oregon-based aftermarket manufacturer just released a line of accessories for Honda’s little dual sport.
On the surface, Honda’s dual sport appears to be not-too-terribly different from the outgoing model. Honda stroked the liquid-cooled single-cylinder for 2021, and made some other changes, but it doesn’t look like it’s changed much. However, even if some of the older CRF250L parts will fit on, most riders will dislike the idea of buying and ordering this stuff on a whim, and dealing with returns if it doesn’t fit. With that in mind, it’s good to see SRC Moto building a line of parts for the new model.
What’s available here? There’s a new 5 mm aluminum skid plate, available in with silver or satin black powdercoating, for $128. There’s also new headlight and taillight guards, in the same finishes, for $86. You can get a basic cargo rack for $148; a wraparound rack, providing support for sidebags, is $314. There’s a header guard for $42, and a rear brake master cylinder for the same price. A radiator guard sets you back $118, and a lowered seat is $248.
(All those prices are in $USD, so Canuck readers will pay more).
Head over to the SRC Moto website, and you can also see Ohlins suspension upgrades, a rear brake disc upgrade, a windscreen, and other farkles. Supposedly, SRC Moto has more products en route for the CRF300 Rally, which will make minimalist touring fans happy, no doubt.