There’s no tighter competition than the elbow to elbow MX2 class, at amateur or professional level. Honda’s CRF250R has long been a potent weapon to take into battle thanks to its fluid power delivery and honed chassis that balances lightning fast agility with stability.
For 2017, Honda has dialled in an array of upgrades to the CRF250R’s engine and suspension, driven entirely by what Team HRC learn racing week in week out against the world’s best in MXGP.
Single cylinder, 4 stroke, Unicam, liquid cooled
5 speed constant mesh
49 mm Showa inverted SFF-TAC air fork, 310 mm stroke
Pro-Link Showa mono shock, 317.6 mm stroke
260 mm wave disc
240 mm wave disc