The Honda CR 250 is a two-stroke, single-engine motocross motorcycle. It was produced from 1973 to 2007, which is a remarkably long time. Throughout the years, there have been numerous changes, but the bike is essentially similar to the original model. The CR 250 has a faithful following among enthusiasts. The 1989 model of the CR 250 boasts very positive owner reviews.
The Honda CR 250 is powered by a two-stroke, single-cylinder 249 cc engine. The claimed power production is 33 horsepower. Fuel is delivered via a carburetor, and fuel control is via a membrane and power valve. The engine is mated to a five-speed transmission and power is transferred to the rear wheel via a chain drive.
Chassis and Suspension Specifications
The CR 250`s frame is constructed of chromoloy. The front suspension travel is 13 inches, and the rear suspension travel is 10.5 inches. The trail measurement for the CR 250 is 12 inches. The front rims are 21 inches, and the rear rims are 19 inches.
The 1989 CR 250 weighs 205 pounds. The power-to-weight ratio of this motorcycle is 0.16 horsepower per pound.
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