FIRST LOOK 2014 CRF250R

 
(5/14/2013)

  • Lower CG = Better Handling.

     

    • Lower CG = Better Handling.

      By moving the main chassis spars downward, the 2014 CRF250R features a lower center of gravity. The result? Improved handling, and a perfect match of suspension action, steering feedback, and chassis balance and compliance.


    • Twice as Good.

      Twice as Good.

      Like our CRF450R, the new CRF250R uses our exclusive twin-muffler exhaust system. Compared to a single-muffler setup, the CRFs mufflers are way shorter, lower and tucked in much closer to the bikes center of mass. That helps make the CRF250R more of a whip and scrub demon, and also contributes to the bikes improved power, while keeping it quiet at 94db.


    • Updated Showa Fork.

      Updated Showa Fork.

      The CRF250Rs updated Showa fork features new settings with full compression and rebound-damping functions in each leg for balanced, proven performance.


    • More Control, Less Effort.

      More Control, Less Effort.

      Developed by our factory racing team, the Honda Progressive Steering Damper is lightweight, compact and enhances cornering ability while reducing rider fatigue.


    • Not Just More Power. Better Power.

      Not Just More Power. Better Power.

      A new cylinder head, new higher-compression piston, and new dual-stage PGM-FI timing for the CRF250Rs fuel injection are fine-tuned to work with the new dual exhaust to give you more low-end horsepower and more freerev up top.


    • ALL INFORMATION PROVIDED BY HONDA POWERSPORTS


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