2011 Honda CBR250R

Honda CBR 250R 2011

Honda makes  an  entry-level sportbike market with its 2011 CBR250R. The 250 CBR  will directly challenge Kawasaki’s genre-defining Ninja 250R.

A liquid-cooled 249.4cc Single powers the CBR250R (Ninja 250 is a Parallel Twin), with a 76mm bore and 55mm stroke. A four-valve head tops the Single, actuated by dual overhead cams. Smoothing out the Single’s inherent vibes is a counterbalanced shaft. Where the Ninja 250R is carbureted , the CBR will utilize Honda’s programmed fuel injection (PGM-FI). A six-speed gear box will divvy out the power, with a final chain drive.

Honda CBR250R will go head to head with the Kawasaki Ninja 250R. The all-new single cylinder CBR250R makes 26bhp from the new liquid-cooled, four-stroke, four-valve single cylinder engine, and weighs 162kg fully-fuelled and ready to ride, compared to the Ninja 250R’s 32.2bhp and 169kg.

Honda is claiming impressive fuel range for the CBR250R – the firm states that the 13-litre fuel tank gives over 346 KM – that’s 27 kmph.

The Honda CBR250R has a steel frame with unadjustable conventional forks and a Pro-Link rear shock. A single brake disc with a three-piston Nissin caliper provides braking power. In the tight stuff, the CBR 250’s smaller stature and light weight are a plus, allowing it to move comfortably through the turns.  arger, faster bikes are a blast to ride and have a studly factor that is hard not to enjoy. The Honda CBR250R cannot compete on that level. Novices looking for a confidence-building first date can’t go wrong with the forgiving, but spirited, 250 and it is a great stepping stone to faster sport bikes.

Honda CBR 250R 2011:

Engine Type
249.4cc liquid-cooled single-cylinder four-stroke
Bore and Stroke:
76mm x 55mm
Compression Ratio:
10.7:1
Valve Train:
DOHC; four valves per cylinder
Induction:
PGM-FI, 38mm throttle body
Ignition:
Computer-controlled digital transistorized with electronic advance
Transmission:
Six-speed
Final Drive:
O-Ring Chain
Front Suspension:
Front: 37mm fork; 4.65 inches travel
Rear Suspension:
Rear: Pro-Link single shock with five positions
of spring preload adjustability, 4.07 inches travel
Front Brakes:
Front: Single 296mm disc
Rear Brake:
Rear: Single 220mm disc
Seat Height:
30.5 inches
Fuel Capacity:
3.4 gal.
Curb Weight:
357 pounds

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11 Responses to “2011 Honda CBR250R”

  1. July 11, 2011 at 12:09 am #

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  2. September 19, 2011 at 12:36 pm #

    Hi Guys, spotted the rtr in Malaysia. Do they sell Apache in Malaysia?
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D6eKchxQo2Y

  3. October 30, 2011 at 10:02 pm #

    Hey guys i just going to book cbr 250r in next 7 days if any body have any information about t performance plz tell me.

  4. February 17, 2012 at 2:08 pm #

    It looks awesome on road, and thanks for giving the useful information.

  5. March 28, 2012 at 4:13 pm #

    Very nice honda!

  6. April 3, 2012 at 2:38 pm #

    All bikes which is manufactured by Hero all are my favorite bikes, the main reason behind all are trusted bike and with good mileage and less maintenance. I saw Honda 250 on road it was amaze.

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  8. October 9, 2012 at 8:52 pm #

    There is no best brand. There are a lot of different fcorats that appeal to a lot of people. Heritage and community, Harley. Reliable metric, Honda. Reliable and powerful domestic, Victory. Comfortable sport bike, honda. good all round sport bike, Kawasaki and Yamaha. Holds value, Harley. I have owned a honda crusier, shadow 600, two kawi sport bikes, ninja 250 and zx6r, 2 harleys, vrod and fatboy, and the best bike in my opinion that I have owned is my current ride, my Victory kingpin. It is all a matter of opinion. Find the bike that moves you and ride it. Good Luck!

  9. October 10, 2012 at 6:17 am #

    I own a Honda Rebel. I am 5’8 and it is a little small for me. With a 26 seat hehgit it should fit you just fine. I use my Rebel for riding around town. It has 16 hp which is enough to outpace traffic around town. But, seriously lacking power for the Highway. So, I can’t recomend it for highway use. Around town I have been getting 90 MPG. When I have used it on the Highway it gets 50MPG. Once you have experience you can look at replacing it with a Honda Shadow. They also have low seat hehgits but are good for the Highway.

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  11. August 14, 2013 at 9:17 pm #

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