Honda Expands MD250H Race Bike Program

March 13, 2009
Courtesy of Honda

The MD250H is a top-level racing machine  one that combines the jewel-like build quality Moriwaki is famous for with the durability and dependability of a Honda.
The MD250H is a top-level racing machine, one that combines the jewel-like build quality Moriwaki with the durability and dependability of a Honda.

American Honda Motor Co., Inc. and Moriwaki Engineering Japan are pleased to announce the MD250H Powered by Honda race bike program has expanded for the 2009 season.

For 2009, the Moriwaki MD250H Powered by Honda is available to all buyers. This race-prepped machine can now be enjoyed by everyone at track days and club-racing venues across the country. Contingency awards are posted in both WERA and USGPRU for amateur and youth racing programs respectively: 125 GP in the WERA series for amateur riders of all ages, and the exclusive MD250H youth program in USGPRU.

Introduced in 2008, the MD250H evidenced Honda’s commitment to amateur road racers. The MD250H is a top-level racing machine, one that combines the jewel-like build quality Moriwaki is famous for with the durability and dependability of a Honda. The MD250H utilizes a 249cc liquid-cooled single-cylinder four-stroke Unicam® engine from Honda’s popular CRF250X that has been race tuned by Moriwaki Engineering. From the wheels up, these purpose-built machines were an instrument for some of the most exciting racing in the 2008 season.

For more information about availability, contact your participating Honda dealer. For race schedules visit WERA.com and USGPRU.net. For contingency payout schedules visit HondaRedRiders.com.