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Honda CRF250M Goes Worldwide

Remember how we all sighed when we announced that Honda prepares a Supermoto derivation of their acclaimed CRF250L, dubbed CRF250M? Remember how we all looked at the pictures and hoped the supermoto machine goes worldwide?
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Well, today is a good day for all of us: Honda announces they will be selling this bike in the UK, and this means that the CRF250M will most likely be available in most other markets.

What's even nicer about the announcement is that the new Honda CRF250M is A2 license-friendly, and this means younger riders can enjoy it, too.

The CRF250M comes with updated brakes for the two 17" wheels, now shod with wider, street-oriented tires and will sport revised gearing for the new purpose and impressive fuel economy.

The UK on the road price announced by Honda is 4,099 GBP, and this means $6,295 or €4,820, making this a very good choice for a first bike and a nifty alternative to cars, for commuting.

 
 
 
 
 

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