See the CBR250 in Action [video]

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You’ve read the review from India, the technical report from the U.S., and even took a look at the Canadian unveiling. Now you can see Honda’s brand new CBR250R in action in a video.

Honda put together a video that is clearly aimed at new riders, but it gives us our first shots of the thumper taking on the tarmac.

Our MO staffers will have a chance to ride the CBR250R very soon and you can expect a full report on their findings in the near future.

Check out the Honda CBR250R Forum

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  • Basher

    “It’s a dream around town and in parking lots” ? I’m not sure what that means, in parking lots? But this looks like a very sweet bike to have in the stable!

  • Eric Cherry

    I wonder if this will be too cramped for 6’4″ me? It’s the only thing making second guess owning this. I love the way it looks, 250cc would be perfect for my daily rides to work, EFI and it’s another Honda!

  • stratrat

    Where is the cbr500r parallel twin ?

  • Paul Glassen

    Gee, and at 359 lbs the new CBR250R is only 100 lbs. heavier than my old 250cc Kawasaki Sherpa. I was ready to trade until I heard the weight.

  • http://kentadis.wordpress.com kentadis

    do u think it’s a good bike? It doesn’t look n feel like the CBR clan. It’s just like a sport touring VFR i think.

  • http://sharronclemons.co.cc/ Sharron Clemons

    “It’s a dream around town and in parking lots” ? I’m not sure what that means, in parking lots? But this looks like a very sweet bike to have in the stable!

  • http://latoyabridges.co.cc/ Latoya Bridges

    do u think it’s a good bike? It doesn’t look n feel like the CBR clan. It’s just like a sport touring VFR i think.

  • Slappy

    That means that new riders will find it easier to ride slowly while attempting to park. The light weight makes it much easier to back in and out of parking spots that are on a slope.

    The thinner design makes it easier to get through traffic that is stopped. Once the other 49 states get with the program and allow lane-splitting you’ll appreciate this.

  • Dan Kutt

    I love mine. It runs and handles fantastic. I had to wait all summer to get my ABS model, but it was worth the wait.