Honda CRF250L Promises to Mix Commuting and Offroading

We all dream at the perfect machine, whether we’re talking about a tarmac racing bike that’s street legal or a dirtbike that comes with this asset, but in reality, compromises have to be made in order for a motorcycle to be usable on the street.
However, Honda brags that is new 2013 CRF250L truly is a street-legal dirtbike and to convince us of this, the company has released a video that showcases the dual character of the creature.

Honda tells us that the 2013 CRF250L is machine that you can use for the daily commute to work and then take it off on the off-road course during the weekend. We’ll remind you that the bike is powered by a 249.4cc liquid-cooled single-cylinder four-stroke engine that works with a six-speed transmission.
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