2007 Honda CRF250R
Changes were limited primarily to a revalving of the 47mm Showa fork, and a new front brake master cylinder that features a link-type connection to the lever. There’s an old saw in motorcycle racing that says motorcycles don’t win races, riders do. What’s often unsaid is that a well-designed and well-executed machine allows the rider to do what they do best: apply their well-honed skills to winning.
It’s no wonder then that Honda’s four-stroke CRF250R motocrosser is fast-becoming the winning platform for numerous competitors in multiple disciplines. And with the introduction of the 2007 CRF250R, Honda has seemingly done the impossible: taken a proven design and made it even better, so that more riders–of all skill levels–can step into victory circle with regularity.
|Engine Type||Single cylinder 4-stroke|
|Bore Stroke||78 x 52.2mm|
|Fuel System||40mm Keihin flat-side|
|Seat Height||38.0 in.|
|Front Suspension||12.4 in.|
|Rear Suspension||12.4 in.|
|Fuel Capacity||2.0 gal.|
|Dry Weight||204 lbs.|
Honda targets the suspension and power delivery of its 2015 CRF250R motocrosser. But do the updates equate to a improved 250 MX package?