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Hi to all....

Glad to be a part of this great community....:)

I am happy to make the decision of buying a CBR 250R ABS without even a test drive.... just based on internet reports and forums like these and advice from the "BIKE" magazine !

This sure is a bigger bike than what I used to drive but it sure is fun.....

I had a small question regarding CBR -

What does the abbreviation CBR stand for ?? Has anyone any idea about this?
I know it is a totally no0bish question but as far as I know the "R" might stand for racing.... !!!

Thanks !!!!
 

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Welcome to the forum. Good choice on the bike. I have no idea about the cbr, they are Honda designations for their model. In the 60's the small Honda step throughs were designated c100,c105,c110. some were 50cc, some 65cc one was a standard motorcycle.
I have a question for you, 'Was your bike built in India?' Just curious if the India facility is up and running.
 

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The cbr is build both in india & thailand. the india facality churns out cbr since last 4 months.
I got the delivery 3 months back.
 

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Hi to all....

Glad to be a part of this great community....:)

I am happy to make the decision of buying a CBR 250R ABS without even a test drive.... just based on internet reports and forums like these and advice from the "BIKE" magazine !

This sure is a bigger bike than what I used to drive but it sure is fun.....

I had a small question regarding CBR -

What does the abbreviation CBR stand for ?? Has anyone any idea about this?
I know it is a totally no0bish question but as far as I know the "R" might stand for racing.... !!!

Thanks !!!!

City Bike Racing. source - Honda
 

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Love the bike. Got it last week, after 3 months of long waiting period.

I have a question too. What speed should I maintain untill the 1st service?

50-60 kmph i believe?
 

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Love the bike. Got it last week, after 3 months of long waiting period.

I have a question too. What speed should I maintain untill the 1st service?

50-60 kmph i believe?
hi Arun. its not really the speed that matters, its the rpm, be sure to stay below 5K rpm for the first 500 - 1000 kms.
congrats on gettin your bike. i booked my silver cbr std frm saphire honda (bangalore) yesterday... so for me.. there is a long wait ahead :(
 

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Thanks !!

City Bike Racing. source - Honda
Thanks a lot Rick, I appreciate it ....:)

One good thing I like about cbr abs model is the confidence with which it stops, which is all too necessary and all too often in a city like Delhi.

@ all - thanks for welcoming me here in these great forums ! :cool:
 

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Love the bike. Got it last week, after 3 months of long waiting period.

I have a question too. What speed should I maintain untill the 1st service?

50-60 kmph i believe?
There are no speed limitations. The manual says to avoid full throttle acceleration for 600KM.
Read your manual for further details.
Welcome to the club of 250R owners!
 
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