The Honda CBR250R promises to be the most significant bike of 2011, representing not only Honda taking the American youth market seriously for the first time in decades, but the product of low-cost, Far East manufacturing being imported to the … Continued
We think the Honda CBR250R is their most significant new model for 2011. Combining classy styling, accessible performance and a low price ($3,999 in the US), it could be just the thing to get younger riders on their first Honda. … Continued
The Honda CBR250R has been priced at $3,999 and the Honda CB1000R — finally entering the US — will cost $10,999 when they go on-sale here next year. That CBR250R pricing is identical to the Kawasaki Ninja 250, but if … Continued
In Thailand, where the Honda CBR250R is manufactured, a 250cc engine is considered reasonably large, easily outperforming the 125cc and under capacities that dominate the market there. So, it makes sense that legendary Honda tuner Mugen is turning its hand … Continued
Weighing just 162kg/359lbs, making 26bhp and available with optional ABS, this is the 2011 Honda CBR250R entry-level sportsbike. And, miracle of miracles, it looks like Honda heard the cry for more desirable small-capacity motorcycles, it’s coming to the United States!
This is Thailand’s new CBR150R, a budget sportsbike from Honda that clearly draws inspiration from both the VFR1200 and CBR1000RR. Word is, the European and Canadian market 2011 Honda CBR125R will look just like this, as will the all-new Honda … Continued