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2011 Honda CRF250R Photo Gallery
You’ll be hard pressed to find a lighter, more nimble four-stroke dirt bike than the 2011 Honda CRF250R.
Honda releases a mildly updated 2011 Honda CRF250R motocross bike and we test it at Perris Raceway. Learn how it performs in the
2011 Honda CRF250R First Ride
For 2011, the Honda CRF250R’s price tag remains the same as last year at $7199.
The 2011 Honda CRF250R has some minor refinements for the New Year.
As usual, overall build quality and fit and finish is very high with the 2011 Honda CRF250R.
The CRF250R receives a redesigned muffler said to reduce the sound to 94 decibels.
AMA 250 Motocross Champ, Trey Canard, aboard the 2011 Honda CRF250R.
The Showa shock absorber has new valving to complement the added damping of the fork.
Trey Canard wheelies through the rollers at Perris Raceway.
You’d be hard pressed to find a motocross rider with better form than Trey Canard.
Trey Canard demonstrates his whip game aboard the 2011 Honda CRF250R.
Trey Canard blasts a berm aboard the 2011 Honda CRF250R.
The 2011 Honda CRF250R gets updated fork damping adjustment screws. It also features a steering damper with a larger diameter piston.
In motion the 2011 Honda CRF250R is an incredibly agile dirt bike.
We’re not the biggest fans of the traction afforded by the front Dunlop 742FA tire.
The one-tooth larger rear sprocket helps the CRF250R accelerate harder off corners.
The front brake had a tendency to fade after about 20 minutes of use. The rear brake however works well with a good amount of power and feel.
The ergonomics of the CRF250R are compact but still okay for most riders as long as you’re under 6 foot tall.
Trey Canard demonstrates the art of the scrub aboard the 2011 Honda CRF250R.
The 2011 Honda CRF250R four-stroke feels like the closest thing to a 125cc two-stroke.
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