Honda CBR250RR

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The Honda CBR250RR sports bike model entered the market in 1990 as the youngest model in the Honda sports lineup. The model was intended for the domestic Japanese market, but in some years it was available in the Australian market.

Like other similar models from other manufacturers, the Honda CBR250RR was distinguished by high technical characteristics and good equipment at that time - a cast aluminum frame, rigid sports suspensions, powerful disc brakes, an in-line 4-cylinder engine with a timing drive in the form of gears, a 6-speed gearbox.

Throughout the entire production period, from 1990 to 1999, the Honda CBR250RR model practically did not undergo any changes, with the exception of 1994, when, according to new Japanese legislation, the maximum power was reduced to 40 hp.

In 2011, Honda "resurrects" the once popular model, introducing under its name a budget 1-cylinder motorcycle for beginners - Honda CBR250R, which was focused on Asian countries - naturally, has nothing to do with the Honda CBR250RR.

The main competitors of the Honda CBR 250 RR in the class:


Honda CBR250RR
Honda CBR250RR
Honda CBR250RR


Specifications of the latest generation Honda CBR 250 RR:

ModelHonda CBR250RR
Motorcycle typesports
Release year1990-1999
Framealuminum cast
Engine type4-cylinder, 4-stroke, in-line
Working volume249 cm³
Bore / stroke48.5 x 33.8 mm
Compression ratio11.5: 1
Number of valves per cylinderDOHC, 4 valves per cylinder, timing - gears
Fuel supply systemcarburetor, 4x Keihin VP20
Ignition typefully transistor
Maximum power45 hp (33.1 kW) @ 15,000 rpm - CBR250RR (1990-1993)

40 h.p. (29.4 kW) @ 14,500 rpm - CBR250RR (1994-1999)

Maximum torque24.0 Nm (2.5 kg * m) @ 12000 rpm - CBR250RR (1990-1993)

23.0 Nm (2.4 kg * m) @ 11500 rpm - CBR250RR (1994-1999)

Drive typechain
Front tire size110 / 70R17 54H
Rear tire size140 / 60R17 63H
Front brakes2 discs, 275mm, 2-piston calipers
Rear brakes1 disc, 220 mm, 1-piston caliper
Front suspension37mm telescopic fork
Rear suspensionpendulum with monoshock (adjustable preload)
Length1975 mm
Width675 mm
Height1080 mm
Wheelbase1345 mm
Saddle height1080 mm
Minimum ground clearance130 mm
Acceleration to 100 km / h5.0 sec
Maximum speed185 km / h
Fuel tank capacity13.0 l
Motorcycle weight (dry)142 kg - CBR250RR (1990-1993)

143 kg - CBR250RR (1994-1999)

Motorcycle weight (curb)157 kg - CBR250RR (1990-1993)

158 kg - CBR250RR (1994-1999)

Fuel consumption

The fuel consumption officially declared by the manufacturer for the Honda CBR 250 RR is 2.5 liters per 100 kilometers. In reality, the value can be 5 l / 100 km. The exact value depends on the riding style and technical condition of the motorcycle.