Honda CRF250F is designed after the Honda's championship winning CRF motocrossers. Going behind those bars will really provide you fun riding throughout the Trail. Fuel Injected Latest Engine with whole CRF250F is provided with new Frame to provide ultimate riding and handling fun. So here is the better way to enjoy the great outdoors. To get some real adventures the CRF250F’s all-new engine is designed with a wide powerband, and the new fuel-injected design makes starting easy, and automatically compensates for cold weather or high altitudes. The bike's tough twin-spar frame is lightweight, yet built by Honda as tough to handle the dings of off-road riding. Another future is an electric starter makes getting underway a snap. Honda CRF250F Trail bike is best suited for 250 class motocross racing with some small modifications according to the rider's choice.
Fuel Injection allows you to say goodbye to clogged pilot jets forever! Fuel injection means the CRF250F starts right up and runs smoothly, even in cold weather.
Electric Starting for these fun bikes are supposed to be about fun. And kick-starting a bike is nobody’s idea of a good time. On a CRF250F, you just push the button and go..
Strong, Light Twin-Spar Frame of the new CRF250F gets an all-new frame too: a tubular-steel twin-spar design that’s both light and tough.
A single is the perfect choice for a bike like the CRF250F. It's light, simple, fuel-efficient, and features plenty of power and torque in all areas, along with smooth power delivery—ideal for a wide range of rider experience.
Another benefit of fitting the CRF250F with fuel injection? Now it even meets California’s stringent CARB emissions standards for off-road motorcycles—good news for everyone.
Fuel injection means the CRF250F starts right up, even in cold weather. Compared to a carbureted bike, it also helps reduce emissions and enhance performance and fuel efficiency. And say goodbye to clogged pilot jets when you put this bike away for storage.
PETAL-DISC FRONT BRAKE
Check out that front brake rotor—the petal-disc design is right off the competitive MX circuit. It’s light, runs cooler, and also helps reduce unsprung weight.
REAR DISC BRAKE
Drum brake in the rear? Not the CRF250F. We gave it a disc rear, just like the front. You get crisp, balanced, powerful braking at both ends.