Friday, April 15, 2011

Honda bikes cbr

The CBR250R's extensive fairing gives an impression of a larger capacity motorcycle. Styling cues are similar to the bigger VFR1200F. A front fairing extends downwards to shroud its engine bay and also serves to mount the rearview mirrors. The bike's curved visor provides first-rate wind protection at high speed, and wraps around a sporty cockpit. Neat attention to detail is apparent in the attractive steering head, as well as clip-on handlebars. We like the 250R's blue backlit LCD instruments, with silver trim and a compact, easy to decipher layout. An analogue tachometer dominates this bay, with the redline counting 10500rpm upwards. You also get a large digital speedometer, in addition to an odometer, trip counter, clock, fuel and temperature readouts, apart from the usual gauges.
The classy fuel tank is perfectly sculpted. Futuristic flank panels swoop back into the bi-colour tail, split grab bar and edgy brake warning light. Even the lower sections look dandy; beginning in a sharp belly pan, they lead into a stubby silencer crafted from blackened stainless steel and neatly executed rider and pillion footrests. A utility box is tucked under the CBR250R's split seats.

Honda bikes cbr
Honda bikes cbr
Honda bikes cbr
Honda bikes cbr
Honda bikes cbr
Honda bikes cbr
Honda bikes cbr
Honda bikes cbr

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