EICMA 2010: Honda CBR250R

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The Honda 2011 CBR250R is a bike that has the ambition to become a very important name on the global two-wheeling scene, so Honda is doing anything it can to receive some attention for the bike. Thus, when the motorcycle saw our team earlier today at EICMA it decided to approach it and ask for a photoshoot. That was an offer that could not be refused so now we are offering you a live gallery of the model.

At the heart of the bike, we find an all-new 249 cc four-stroke, four-valve single cylinder DOHC engine that uses liquid cooling and is mated to a six speed transmission. The unit features the company’s Programmed Fuel Injection System (PGM-FI), an oxygen sensor, as well as a catalyzer, in order to meet Euro III emission standards.

The company has fitted the model with Combined ABS, a class-first, a system that includes a Combined Brake System (CBS) and an Anti-Lock Brake System (ABS). The 2011 CBR250R will be marketed as a global model, with sales starting this month.

Here are the complete features of the bike:

* Overall length × Overall width × Overall height (m): 2.035 × 0.720 × 1.125
* Wheelbase (m): 1.370
* Ground clearance (m): 0.145
* Seat height (m): 0.780
* Curb weight (kg): 161 (STD) 165 (ABS)
* Riding capacity (No. of people): 2
* Minimum turning radius (m): 2.5
* Engine type: CS250RE, liquid-cooled 4-stroke DOHC single cylinder
* Displacement (cmc): 249
* Bore × Stroke (mm): 76.0 × 55.0
* Compression ratio: 10.7
* Fuel supply system: Programmed fuel injection system (PGM-FI)
* Starter type: Self-starter
* Ignition type: Full-transistor battery ignition
* Lubricating type: Wet sump
* Fuel tank capacity (L): 13
* Clutch type: Wet multiplate with coil springs
* Transmission type: Constant mesh 6-speed return
* Tire size: Front 110/70-17M/C; Rear 140/70-17M/C
* Brake type: Front - Hydraulic disk; Rear - Hydraulic disk
* Suspension type: Front - Telescopic; Rear - Swing arm (Pro-link suspension system)
* Frame type: Diamond
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