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American Honda and Honda Canada haven't yet officially announced they will import the new Honda CRF250L, but the parent company has outed the dual-sport's availability in North America.
Honda has launched a new micro-site dedicated to the CRF250L describing its features including its CBR250R-derived engine. The section discussing the CRF250L's muffler explicitly confirms an American and Canadian model, saying: "the model for the United States and Canada complies through additional settings for a spark arrestor."
The section on the CRF250L's engine also... [Read More]
Honda has released full specifications for its upcoming the CRF250L, a dual-sport with an engine based on the CBR250R‘s powerplant with a fuel efficiency of 104 mpg.
Set to launch in Japan in May and Europe in the summer, the 2012 Honda CRF250L replaces the CRF230L in Honda's repertoire. North American availability hasn't been officially been announced, though Honda Canada is expected to introduce the CRF250L in the summer.
To produce the CBR250R, Honda developed the fuel-injected liquid-cooled 250cc four-stroke DOHC Single engine to have very low internal... [Read More]
As the average age of motorcyclists rises, the industry is scrambling to find a way to attract new riders to the street. How do you turn curious bystanders into devoted consumers? Honda thinks it has the answer.
At the start of the 2013 French Grand Prix, the Alien with the faintest prospects had to be Repsol Honda minuteman Dani Pedrosa. Since joining the premier class in 2006, he had never finished higher than third here.