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2019 Honda CRF250R

Chaparral Motorsports
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May 23, 2018
(Press Release)

Newly introduced in 2018, the CRF250R has seen the GEICO Honda and TiLube Honda teams earn multiple wins in AMA Supercross and Arenacross competition, respectively, while also achieving success in amateur national races. With an increased focus on acceleration performance, the 2019 model adds to the race-winning potential, gaining factory-inspired updates for the engine, brakes, and electronics. Put it all together and the CRF250R quickly turns holeshots into race wins. In fact, internal testing confirmed that the 2019 CRF250R was consistently .2 seconds quicker than its predecessor through a control corner at Honda's test track-true, podium-earning potential.

The 250 motocross class just might be the most competitive in all of racing. If you give an inch on the track, there are 20 or 30 other guys waiting to eat your lunch and use you for traction. First lesson: Winning starts with the holeshot, and getting the holeshot is where Honda's CRF250R excels. We gave it an all-new DOHC engine last year, and this year we've continued with upgrades and refinements. Lesson number two: Hold on to the lead once you've got it. On a 250 this can be tough, especially in the slower corners. No problem on a 2019 CRF250R-we've made specific improvements in power delivery to give you that critical edge in the tight stuff. The open-class guys can just point and shoot here, but on a 250 that's where a race is won and lost, by inches. So use every advantage you have, because you know what? There's going to be someone else on the starting line riding a 2019 CRF250R, and if you're not, you'll end up behind them.

2019 Updates


New cam profile based on feedback from the Team HRC factory MX2 race team provides strong off-corner acceleration

New intake- and exhaust-port geometry improves low rpm engine power while also maintaining the CRF250R's top-end performance

New 44mm throttle body improves low-rpm intake airflow compared to previous 46mm version, for improved corner-exit performance

All-new piston oil jet uses five nozzle holes instead of four, for improved piston-cooling efficiency and reduced knocking, enabling a precise ignition-timing setting for optimum power delivery

Right-side exhaust pipe shortened 50mm for excellent high-rpm power

All-new AC generator reduces weight and friction losses

Renthal Fatbar® reduces weight of the steering system, and flexes for optimal comfort

Top triple clamp features two handlebar-holder locations for moving the handlebar rearward and forward by 26mm, ensuring rider comfort. When holder is turned 180 degrees, the handlebar can be moved an additional 10mm from the base position, resulting in four total unique riding positions

New engine guard allows increased airflow, improving engine-cooling performance

Redesigned fork protectors offer improved coverage

Black rims deliver a strong presence on and off the track

New, lighter front-brake caliper now uses pistons of different diameters (30mm and 27mm) for strong braking performance

Updated front brake hose has reduced expansion for more precise braking

Newly shaped footpegs are 20% lighter and shed mud more easily, giving the rider great feel and confidence in all riding conditions

Engine/Drivetrain


High-performance, 249cc single-cylinder engine with dual-overhead-cam design and high rev limit, offering great performance

Finger rocker arm with Diamond Like Coating (DLC) maximizes valve lift while retaining a low engine height

Downdraft intake layout produces strong power and enables great throttle response by reducing resistance, thereby improving air-charging efficiency

Dual exhaust ports enable ideal air-charging efficiency

Electric-start standard for easy, fast engine startup

Easily selectable Standard, Smooth, and Aggressive riding modes enable easy tuning depending on rider preference or course conditions

Selectable HRC launch control provides a steady stream of torque for excellent performance on race starts

Chassis/Suspension


Lightweight aluminum frame with tapered main spars provides great rider feedback

Low center of gravity reduces front-end lift for strong acceleration performance

Lightweight and compact 1.66 gallon titanium tank keeps weight to a minimum

Smooth bodywork layout eases rider movement

In-mold graphics are durable and resistant to peeling caused by washing or abrasion

Geomax MX3S tires for superior bump absorption and grip in wide variety of conditions

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Model CRF250R
ENGINE
Type 249cc liquid-cooled single-cylinder four-stroke
Valve Train DOHC, four-valve; 33mm intake, titanium; 26mm exhaust, titanium
Bore x Stroke 70.9mm x 50.9mm
Compression Ratio 13.9:1
Induction Programmed fuel-injection system (PGM-FI); 44mm throttle bore
Ignition Full transistorized
Starter Push-button electric starter
Transmission Constant-mesh 5-speed return; manual
Clutch Multiplate wet (5 springs)
Final Drive #520 chain; 13T/48T
SUSPENSION
Front 49mm fully adjustable leading-axle inverted telescopic Showa coil-spring fork; 12.0 in. travel
Rear Pro-Link system; fully adjustable Showa single shock; 12.4 in. travel
BRAKES
Front 2-piston caliper (30mm, 27mm) hydraulic; single 260mm disc
Rear 1-piston caliper hydraulic; single 240mm disc
TIRES
Front Dunlop Geomax MX3S 80/100-21 w/ tube
Rear Dunlop Geomax MX3S 100/90-19 w/ tube
MEASUREMENTS
Rake (Caster Angle) 27°22'
Trail 116mm (4.6 in.)
Length 85.9 in.
Width 32.5 in.
Height 50.2 in.
Ground Clearance 12.9 in.
Seat Height 37.8 in.
Wheelbase 58.3 in.
Fuel Capacity 1.6 gal.
Color Red
Curb Weight* 237 lbs.

 

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