2004 Honda CRF250R Review

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2004 Honda CRF250R
2004 Honda CRF250R

2004 Honda CRF250R
2004 Honda CRF250R

2004 Honda CRF250R Review

2004 Honda CRF250R

Champions Choice…

Meet the only machine ever to go undefeated in the AMA National 250cc Motocross Championship – a perfect 24 out of 24 motos. Can’t say we’re surprised, though, considering the 2004 Honda CRF250R, with its flawless handling, light weight and wicked power, has long been the 250 motocrosser of choice for champions everywhere.

2004 Honda CRF250R Key Features



2004 Honda CRF250R – Specifications/Technical Details
USA MSRP Price: $5,799 USD
Canadian MSRP Price: See dealer for pricing in CDN

Length 85.6 in.

Weight 206 lbs.

Ground Clearance 14.2 in.

Wheelbase 58.2 in.

Seat Height 37.9 in.

Engine Water-cooled, single-cylinder OHC four-stroke

Displacement 249.8cc

Bore x Stroke 78.0mm x 52.2mm

Compression Ratio 12.9:1

Carburetion Keihin 37mm flat-slide with throttle position sensor

Fuel Capacity 2 gal.

Ignition Solid-state CD with electronic advance

Transmission Close-ratio five-speed

Final Drive #520 chain; 13T/51T

Brakes Front: Single 240mm disc with twin-piston caliper
Rear: Single 240mm disc

Tires Front: 80/100-21
Rear: 100/90-19

Suspension Front: 47mm fork; 12.4 in. travel
Rear: Single-shock; 12.4 in. travel


Suggested Starting Price shown does not include tax, title, or destination charge. Dealer prices may vary.


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