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Unread post by totalmotorcycle » Fri Mar 04, 2011 6:29 am

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2011 Honda CBR250R

Fun. Cool. Capable. CBR250R.

The all-new 2011 CBR250R brings a fresh take on the fun side of motorcycling, one that will appeal to a wide range of riders. Beginners and experienced hands alike will key in on the extreme versatility of this sporty, easy-to-ride and affordable new offering from Honda.

Thanks to its extremely efficient 249cc liquid-cooled single cylinder engine—an all-new design featuring a sophisticated four-valve DOHC cylinder head, engine counterbalancer, PGM-FI fuel injection and more—this dependable and lightweight machine delivers nimble handling, a broad spread of easily accessible power and low operating costs all in one. Whether the day calls for a commute to work, quick trips around town or all-day explorations in the countryside, the CBR250R offers as much fun per mile as anything around, all at a price that just about anyone can afford.


If you’re looking for an affordable, smart, capable and fun way to enjoy life on two wheels—have we got a bike for you: the all-new Honda CBR250R!

The new, fuel-injected CBR250R offers everything you want in a first-time bike: Light weight. A powerband that’s immensely user-friendly. Excellent fuel economy. Unmatched reliability. And a fun factor that’s off the chart.

Since the new CBR250R is a Honda, it’s full of features few other bikes in its class can match. And it offers a build quality that means you’ve got dependable cross-town or cross-country transportation.

Best of all, the new CBR250R is available in two versions: the CBR250R and the CBR250R ABS with our Anti-lock Brake System – a first for the segment and a really valuable option that both first-timers and experienced riders will appreciate.

It's finally here! The bike Canadian riders have been clamouring for since the introduction of the wildly popular CBR125R has finally been unveiled to the world. And it's a stunner. The all-new Honda CBR250R is far removed from the sort of cut-corners, parts-bin special often found in this class – it's a true Honda sportbike loaded with sophisticated engineering and high-tech components. Check out the high-revving DOHC, single-cylinder, fuel-injected engine with its impressive power-to-weight ratio, the sensuous VFR1200-style bodywork, and the sporty chassis. It's all top-shelf stuff. Sure, the CBR250R's light weight, user-friendly operation and comfortable size make it perfect for novice riders or those stepping up from the CBR125R. But if experienced riders overlook the CBR250R because they think engine displacement is the sole measure of a motorcycle's appeal, then they'll be missing out on a bike that's destined to redefine fun on two wheels.




CBR250R




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•249cc liquid-cooled single cylinder engine
•Low seat height
•Programmed Fuel Injection
•Analog/Digital Instrumentation



CBR250R ABS


Features & Options

•249cc liquid-cooled single cylinder engine
•Low seat height
•Programmed Fuel Injection
•Combined Anti-lock brake system

ENGINE
Engine Type 249.4cc liquid-cooled single-cylinder four-stroke
Bore And Stroke 76mm x 55mm
Induction PGM-Fi, 38mm throttle body
Ignition Computer-controlled digital transistorized with electronic advance
Compression Ratio 10.7:1
Valve Train DOHC; four valves per cylinder


DRIVE TRAIN
Transmission Six-speed


CHASSIS / SUSPENSION / BRAKES
Front Suspension 37mm fork
Rear Suspension Pro-Link single shock with five positions of spring preload adjustability
Front Brake Single 296mm disc
Rear Brake Single 220mm disc
Front Tire 110/70-17 radial
Rear Tire 140/70-17 radial


DIMENSIONS
Rake (Caster Angle): 25.0 degrees
Trail 95mm (3.74 inches)
Wheelbase 53.9 inches
Seat Height 30.5 inches
Curb Weight 359 pounds. includes all standard equipment, required fluids and full tank of fuel-ready to ride.
Fuel Capacity 3.4 gallons
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Unread post by totalmotorcycle » Fri Mar 04, 2011 10:10 am

Off you go, have fun with the discussion and voting on where this model belongs on the Cool Wall!

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Unread post by Markg1 » Sat Mar 05, 2011 12:31 am

My girlfriend wants to learn to ride. This might be a cool bike for her to ride after she finishes her class. I think it's cool.
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Unread post by totalmotorcycle » Sat Mar 05, 2011 11:37 am

I decided to vote Awesome.

I think this is a very cool bike as well and a lot of new riders will really enjoy owning and riding this. There are not too many smaller cc motorcycles out there and I'm very happy to see Honda has stepped up and offers a CBR125R and CBR250R. Riding schools will be a big fan of this bike and as long as it isn't too expensive (please Honda keep it affordable to the Kawasaki Ninja 250R) then I can see it a big success.

It's only other competition (as mentioned above) is the Kawasaki Ninja 250R. The CBR250R looks more the "futuristic" part than the Kawi, especially in the Red/Silver color.

359lbs isn't bad, I still would like to see it closer to 320lbs as a 1980's 400cc is around 400lbs. Still a very managable weight for a new rider. Power is 19kW on my UK poster for it which is exactly double that of the CBR125. The Honda 599 (Hornet 600) is 75kW.

I think this bike is going to be a blast to ride for the new riders and some riders who want something light and quick for the curves.

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Unread post by rayian » Sat Mar 05, 2011 4:51 pm

Very nice looking little bike. I vote cool like I do for most everything else on the cool wall. Not a lot of power but quite suitable for a beginner I'd say. How fast will it go and how long does it take to get there?

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Unread post by totalmotorcycle » Sun Mar 06, 2011 8:40 am

rayian wrote:Very nice looking little bike. I vote cool like I do for most everything else on the cool wall. Not a lot of power but quite suitable for a beginner I'd say. How fast will it go and how long does it take to get there?
High_side said to me it's: (and please correct me if I am wrong)

Honda CBR250R 16 second 1/4 mile
Kawasaki Ninja 250R 15 second 1/4 mile.

Not a lot of difference. My 1982 Yamaha Seca 650R was a 12.6 second quarter mile for comparison sakes.

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totalmotorcycle wrote:
rayian wrote:Very nice looking little bike. I vote cool like I do for most everything else on the cool wall. Not a lot of power but quite suitable for a beginner I'd say. How fast will it go and how long does it take to get there?
High_side said to me it's: (and please correct me if I am wrong)

Honda CBR250R 16 second 1/4 mile
Kawasaki Ninja 250R 15 second 1/4 mile.

Not a lot of difference. My 1982 Yamaha Seca 650R was a 12.6 second quarter mile for comparison sakes.

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One second on the quater mile is quite a difference actually. Foregone conclusion since the Honda is a thumper and the Kawasaki is a twin. That being said, the latest issue of Cycle World does not show a delta that great. Has the CBR at 16.15@77.54mph & the Ninja at 15.62@81.84mph, a half a second difference.
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Unread post by HYPERR » Sun Mar 06, 2011 8:57 am

I cast my first awesome vote. A high tech quarter liter thumper in a high tech sportbike wrapped in slick bodywork built by Honda can be nothing else but. :kicking: And an ABS option to boot!. :kicking:

If they could manage to build a 350 or 400 like that, I just may be interested. :kicking:
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HYPERR wrote:I cast my first awesome vote. A high tech quarter liter thumper in a high tech sportbike wrapped in slick bodywork built by Honda can be nothing else but. :kicking: And an ABS option to boot!. :kicking:

If they could manage to build a 350 or 400 like that, I just may be interested. :kicking:
Honda already has a new 400cc inline-4 engine in Japan they could make a CBR400R out of (See below) and why not, Kawasaki has a new Kawasaki Ninja 400 out.

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Unread post by totalmotorcycle » Sun Mar 06, 2011 9:28 am

HYPERR wrote:
totalmotorcycle wrote:
rayian wrote:Very nice looking little bike. I vote cool like I do for most everything else on the cool wall. Not a lot of power but quite suitable for a beginner I'd say. How fast will it go and how long does it take to get there?
High_side said to me it's: (and please correct me if I am wrong)

Honda CBR250R 16 second 1/4 mile
Kawasaki Ninja 250R 15 second 1/4 mile.

Not a lot of difference. My 1982 Yamaha Seca 650R was a 12.6 second quarter mile for comparison sakes.

Mike
One second on the quater mile is quite a difference actually. Foregone conclusion since the Honda is a thumper and the Kawasaki is a twin. That being said, the latest issue of Cycle World does not show a delta that great. Has the CBR at 16.15@77.54mph & the Ninja at 15.62@81.84mph, a half a second difference.

Thanks for posting that, I haven't read the article. From what High_Side told me of another review they choose the Honda CBR250R over the Kawasaki Ninja 250R. What were the conclusions with Cycle World?
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totalmotorcycle wrote:
HYPERR wrote:I cast my first awesome vote. A high tech quarter liter thumper in a high tech sportbike wrapped in slick bodywork built by Honda can be nothing else but. :kicking: And an ABS option to boot!. :kicking:

If they could manage to build a 350 or 400 like that, I just may be interested. :kicking:
Honda already has a new 400cc inline-4 engine in Japan they could make a CBR400R out of (See below) and why not, Kawasaki has a new Kawasaki Ninja 400 out.
Yes but I want the thumper not the 4-banger.
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totalmotorcycle wrote:What were the conclusions with Cycle World?
"But our editorial hat is off to Honda. The CBR plain works better everywhere, eliciting more toothy grins wherever it goes."

"On the road, this little Thumper might be the best thing Honda's done for motorcycling in a long time"
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HYPERR wrote:
totalmotorcycle wrote:
HYPERR wrote:I cast my first awesome vote. A high tech quarter liter thumper in a high tech sportbike wrapped in slick bodywork built by Honda can be nothing else but. :kicking: And an ABS option to boot!. :kicking:

If they could manage to build a 350 or 400 like that, I just may be interested. :kicking:
Honda already has a new 400cc inline-4 engine in Japan they could make a CBR400R out of (See below) and why not, Kawasaki has a new Kawasaki Ninja 400 out.
Yes but I want the thumper not the 4-banger.
How about a 400cc V-twin?? That's the closest Honda gets for a new model with a 400cc thumper I think.

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totalmotorcycle wrote:What were the conclusions with Cycle World?
"But our editorial hat is off to Honda. The CBR plain works better everywhere, eliciting more toothy grins wherever it goes."

"On the road, this little Thumper might be the best thing Honda's done for motorcycling in a long time"
Sounds like it should be voted "AWESOME" then rather than cool.

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How about a 400cc V-twin?? That's the closest Honda gets for a new model with a 400cc thumper I think.
No I want a thumper. :rant:

Hondagirl was able to get the last of the street legal air cooled thumper before Honda was no longer able to meet the stringent emission standards.....ironic as the diesels remain at large dumping tons and tons of digusting filth into our atmosphere.

A liquid cooled 350 thumper sportbike would be really cool. In fact, Cycle World said "another 100cc woulda been the Nuclear Bomb."

A 250 V-Twin really has no upside over a 250 Thumper, but with lots of downsides. Besides, nothing sounds like a motorcycle more than a Thumper. A 250cc incarnation of a v-twin sounds like sh!t, a 250 incarnation of a thumper sounds absolutely intoxicating! :kicking:
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How about a 400cc V-twin?? That's the closest Honda gets for a new model with a 400cc thumper I think.
No I want a thumper. :rant:

Hondagirl was able to get the last of the street legal air cooled thumper before Honda was no longer able to meet the stringent emission standards.....ironic as the diesels remain at large dumping tons and tons of digusting filth into our atmosphere.

A liquid cooled 350 thumper sportbike would be really cool. In fact, Cycle World said "another 100cc woulda been the Nuclear Bomb."

A 250 V-Twin really has no upside over a 250 Thumper, but with lots of downsides. Besides, nothing sounds like a motorcycle more than a Thumper. A 250cc incarnation of a v-twin sounds like sh!t, a 250 incarnation of a thumper sounds absolutely intoxicating! :kicking:
Ahh! I know exactly what you mean.... you WANT a parallel twin engine car... the Fiat 500 TwinAir!

It's almost like a motorcycle, same size! :laughing: :laughing:

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Haha... ok, seriously, Honda does make a new 450cc single engine they could use for a 2015 Honda CBR400R:


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Haha... ok, seriously, Honda does make a new 450cc single engine they could use for a 2015 Honda CBR400R:


Honda CRF450R

http://www.totalmotorcycle.com/photos/2 ... RF450R.htm
That's a street illegal all out MX engine. :shock:
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HYPERR wrote:
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Haha... ok, seriously, Honda does make a new 450cc single engine they could use for a 2015 Honda CBR400R:


Honda CRF450R

http://www.totalmotorcycle.com/photos/2 ... RF450R.htm
That's a street illegal all out MX engine. :shock:

There you go and just imagine that engine in a CBR250R. :D
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totalmotorcycle wrote:
HYPERR wrote:
totalmotorcycle wrote:
Haha... ok, seriously, Honda does make a new 450cc single engine they could use for a 2015 Honda CBR400R:


Honda CRF450R

http://www.totalmotorcycle.com/photos/2 ... RF450R.htm
That's a street illegal all out MX engine. :shock:

There you go and just imagine that engine in a CBR250R. :D
I wonder how many miles that engine would last on the street. :laughing:
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HYPERR wrote:
totalmotorcycle wrote:
HYPERR wrote:
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Haha... ok, seriously, Honda does make a new 450cc single engine they could use for a 2015 Honda CBR400R:


Honda CRF450R

http://www.totalmotorcycle.com/photos/2 ... RF450R.htm
That's a street illegal all out MX engine. :shock:

There you go and just imagine that engine in a CBR250R. :D
I wonder how many miles that engine would last on the street. :laughing:

Ahhh. The question really I think is... Can you put a cost to the fun per minutes you would have with it? haha.

Now, the CBR250R I'm sure would go for... many, many miles (maybe 50,000k)
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