250R. Wrapped in styling that predicts the look of the next-generation CRF motocrossers, the CRF250L uses a relatively straightforward steel chassis to keep costs down but looks as exotic as the full-on competition bikes that it's designed to mimic
. Don't expect exotic alloy frames or high-spec suspension; this bike is aimed at the CBR250R and Kawasaki's Ninja 300, so the firm will be doing everything to keep prices to a minimum.
JAPANESE magazine Young Machine is claiming that Honda is developing a new CBR400R to sit between the CBR600RR and CBR250R in the firm's sportsbike line-up.The bike, an artist's impression of which is shown on the bottom right of the magazine
HONDA revealed its new CRF250L at last year's Tokyo show but it's taken until now to confirm that the bike will go on sale in the UK and Europe.Powered by the firm's all-new 250cc single, as used in the CBR250R, the bike also previews the next
CBR250R - purchased after taking £10,500 from the banker on Deal or no Deal.With his award in hand, Reg commented: “I’m delighted to have been crowned Britain’s Oldest Biker. Riding gives me a sense of freedom; it allows me to get around more easily
, Fireblade and CBR250R, revealed earlier today on Visordown.Expect the new Honda to use a smaller, 800cc version of the VFR1200's engine, along with dual purpose styling, traction control and engine mapping.We think it'll prove popular for those riders
HONDA'S CBR250R was one of the stars of 2011 thanks to its cool styling and sensible price tag and now it seems Honda is getting ready to launch more models based on the same engine.Word has it that the first is set to be an enduro-style machine
-identical to that of the CBR250R, sparking speculation that we could be on the verge of getting a similar-looking CB250R naked bike.Image via TMCBlog.com
YAMAHA Indonesia has confirmed it is working on a 250cc sports bike – rivalling Honda's CBR250R and Kawasaki's Ninja 300 – for launch later this year.In a press conference yesterday, relating to Yamaha Indonesia's racing plans for 2013, the firm
.The bike woold be a clear rival for the KTM-Bajaj KTM Duke 350 in targeted markets in South Asia and a naked alternative to the Kawasaki Ninja 250 and Honda CBR250R if brought to Europe.
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