The Honda CRF250RW is the works MX2 machine developed by Team HRC’s engineers and the technical might of Honda Racing Corporation and Honda’s R&D department in Japan. It’s a masterpiece of engineering efficiency and performance, and the 2019 bike is based upon the production machine, which in turn build upon the 2015 World Championship-winning machine.
Tim Gajser took the first of his back-to-back titles in 2015 on his CRF250RW, marking a motocross milestone for Honda and HRC. In the 2018 MX2 category, Calvin Vlaanderen joined Team HRC to campaign this factory machine and he returns in 2019 to improve upon his maiden overall victory at the MXGP of Indonesia and his sixth overall in the championship.
The Honda CRF has remarkable motorsport lineage and is a force to be reckoned with across all off-road disciplines.
In the MX2 category of the FIM Motocross World Championship, Gajser took the first of his back-to-back titles in 2015 on his CRF250RW, followed by the MXGP title on the 2016 CRF450RW, marking a motocross milestone for Honda and HRC. In 2018, Calvin Vlaanderen won the MXGP of Indonesia in MX2 while Mathys Boisrame also rode his Honda CRF250RW to victory in the 2018 EMX250 championship, collecting numerous race wins, overalls and holeshots in what was a highly successful championship for the French rider, who now steps up to the MX2 class for 2019.
In the Dakar rally, the new Honda CRF450 RALLY has been delivering remarkable performances since 2014, and has taken stage wins and led the infamous event in 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019. In the Enduro World Championship, Redmoto’s campaign is successfully building upon past successes such as Alex Salvini’s 2013 World Championship title aboard his CRF450R, Giacomo Redondi’s EJ World Championship crown in 2016 and Davide Soreca’s second place in the EJ World Championship in 2017.
At the other end of the spectrum, the CRF150R provides the ideal first step in a 4-stroke motocross career, and Honda 150 European Championship graduates like Alberto Forato are now blossoming, becoming the next generation of winners in the highly-competitive EMX250 class.
|Engine||Liquid-cooled 4-stroke 4-valve Dual-cam (DOHC)|
|Bore x Stroke||79.0mm x 50.9mm|
|Max Power||Restricted Information|
|Fuel System||Fuel Injection|
|Exhaust & Air filter||US Yoshimura / Twin Air|
|Final Drive (Chain)||D.I.D 520|
|Wheels & Tyres||D.I.D Dirt Star / Pirelli|
|Fuel Capacity||Restricted Information|