Honda CRF250R

Honda CRF250R
  • After unveiling an all-new CRF250R in 2018, the result was acceptable but not perfect. A new engine went to a completely different power characteristic than what Honda had before and albeit it was the right step for the 250 class, it wasn't well rounded enough to capture praise. However, what di...

    Posted by ML512 on 11/29/2018 7:26 AM

  • Honestly, fitting all our thoughts on such a new bike into a couple minute long video is quite tough, so we've opted for a Forum QNA with out Test Editor Michael Lindsay. So if you have any questions or need some extended details on a certain aspect of the new bike, head over here: Forum ...

    Posted by ML512 on 10/27/2017 1:24 PM

  • Vital MX - With Honda releasing an all-new CRF450R in 2017, we all knew that meant they would follow it up in '18 with some sort of revision to the CRF250R. And due to the spy pics from Japan this year, we also knew that it would be even more "new" than the new 450 from last year. While we expec...

    Posted by ML512 on 7/30/2017 5:59 PM

  • The Good:

    the motor is great and so is the frame geometry

    The Bad:

    The air forks are really stiff

    Overall Review: great bike overall it is ready to rip and fly around the tracks

    Posted by Clayton 251 on 10/18/2016 6:00 AM

  • More Motocross Videos For years now, Honda has had arguably the most nimble bike in the 250F field, but has struggled some years with their overall power. Per Honda's view on their motocross models, they tend to lean towards easier-to-ride, over pure power to the ground. But in 2016, Ho...

    Posted by ML512 on 9/25/2016 8:06 PM

  • For 2016, Honda made a host of changes to their CRF250R. Most notably a wide range of engine and other performance related changes, along with suspension changes to continue the performance gains with Showa's SFF TAC fork. Check out our thoughts to find out how useful Honda's changes were ...

    Posted by ML512 on 9/16/2015 12:01 AM

  • The Good:

    Great handling and light weight. Instant throttle response with the dual timing fuel injection.

    The Bad:

    Throttle is very touchy but you get use to it.

    Overall Review: Love the bike. Couldn't be happier.

    Posted by Jmcd1988 on 8/9/2015 9:50 AM