Honda CB250 in Movies
The Honda CB250 is a twin, four-stroke naked bike motorcycle produced between 1972 and 2003.
The CB250 is fitted with a 16.00 litres (4.23 gallons) fuel tank. The bike weighs just 132.0 kg (291.0 pounds). The wheelbase is 1,425 mm (56.1 inches) long.
Honda CBX 750 Police This bike is not a CBX 750. It is a small twin or maybe even a single with a twin-pipe exhaust system - maybe one of the many variatons of the CB 250?? It is probably a late model manufacture bike - maybe even Chinese - of an older model Honda from the 1980s or 1990s.
En France, CB 250 Two-Fifty...
1978 Honda CB 250 T http://www.bikez.com/bike/pictureonly?id=15004 Réservoir trop anguleux pour un 250 T, ici il s'agit plutôt d'un 250 N. c'est bien une cb250T ou cb400T il suffit de regarder le cache l'arceau derrière la selle,le compteur,ect le réservoir d'ailleur à encore une trappe au dessus , il a du etre transformé ou cest à cause des couleur qu'il donne un autre style.
Juliet Bravo EP: 3.10
It is a Honda CB series twin from around 1980-81. Obviously a UK market version. Not sure whether it is a 250 or 400. Single front disc, Comstar wheels and natural finish engine. Need to do some research on the UK variants. CB250N Superdream (250's were single disc, 400's were twin)
Left to right :- Suzuki GS 550 M Katana, Honda CB 100 N, Yamaha RD 200 F, Cub, Superdream, Cub, Yamaha XJ 650, Yamaha XS 1100 S.
Bergerac EP: 3.07
Yet another Triumph (TR6) visible (As well as Bergerac's Roadster). Except that it is for the bike. Probably a CB250 but hard to be certain. The square headlight suggests maybe it is a CB250RS, which is a single cylinder model based around the engine fromt the XL 250 trail bike - http://motorbike-search-engine.co.uk/classic_bikes/1980-cb250rs.jpg . And the white car? What make is it? Another Triumph?
White car: /vehicle_479713-Lagonda-3-Litre-1929.html
Zuijia paidang daxian shentong
CB 250 ou 4OO Twin ou Hawk selon les pays... Voire connue sous d'autres appellations?
Sun cheung sau
Difficult to be sure but it is not a big bike. Possibly one of the many variants of the CB250?
Wycliffe EP: 1.04
1980 Honda CB250N Superdream, with aftermarket full fairing. http://www.kasper.co.uk/bob/Honda_CB250N_Superdream.JPG
Hold Back the Night
Circa 1980 CB twin. being UK it is probably a 250N. http://i30.photobucket.com/albums/c330/Richard_Haigh/CB1_zps601d5e6e.jpg
Fuera del cuerpo
another one at 00:12:21 : and another one at 00:16:02 : Probably a Kawasaki 1000. Invisible. En tout cas, les jantes ne ressemblent pas à du Kawasaki. Pour le reste...
In the night time side shot it looks like the wheel spoke pattern is the "Comstar" wheels used on Hondas...plus the bike looks quite small in proportion to its rider, so maybe "Honda CB 250/400 Superdream... http://www.classicbikes.co.uk/images/250honda2.jpg
The Mad Bomber
Suzuki T 500 Titan?
Honda, CB250/350/450 European spec' long mudguard, rare in the US.
Crime Traveller EP: 1
The vehicle details for PKL 795W are: Date of Liability 01 02 1998 Date of First Registration 31 03 1981 Year of Manufacture 1981 Cylinder Capacity (cc) 248cc Fuel Type PETROL Vehicle Colour BLUE Chases: /vehicle.php?id=464906
Honda CB 250 RS.
It is a Honda from the 1980s in camouflage. It looks very much like my 1982 CB450 - styling, Comstar wheels etc - but appears to be a single cylinder model. Will check up. Some details are different but I think it is one of the many variations of this model. http://www.motorcyclespecs.co.za/model/Honda/honda_cb250rs%2081.htm i think its a unknown bike with Honda CB plasic parts Par contre, 450, je crois pas. 250 monocylindre, plus certainement...
Ce serait une Honda CB 250 RS avec des roues à batons ...
Survivors EP: 2.04
1974 Honda CB250. ou 360 J...
Certainly fails to convince as a CB250: exhaust wrong, and not like other CB250 images - sorry, nzc. Not enough engine for a 360; front wheel not right/engine too big for CG125. Honda have produced myriad models so, 'Unknown' for me thus far.
Tegeran-43 EP: 01
The vehicle details for JGT 39T are: Date of Liability 01 05 1987 Date of First Registration 18 05 1979 Year of Manufacture 1979 Cylinder Capacity (cc) 249cc CO2 Emissions Not Available Fuel Type PETROL Export Marker N Vehicle Status Unlicensed Vehicle Colour BLUE CB 250 N with an aftermarket fairing. Color blue ?
Red, pour la Honda. La blue, c'est une Yamaha 125 DTMX de 1981...
Looking After Jo Jo EP: 1
Registration number: RGE 446W ✗ Untaxed Tax due: 01 June 1997 MOT No details held by DVLA Vehicle make HONDA Date of first registration 31 March 1981 Year of manufacture 1981 Cylinder capacity (cc) 249cc Vehicle colour BLUE
Chicane: No Ordinary Morning
Not an off-roader but a regular street bike - a CB250N or CB400N form around 1979. Pô mieux..., et 250 plutôt cause simple disque avant...
My 1982 CB450T is basically the same bike and has only one disc at the front.
One of the many variations of the Honda CB250, a very long running model. This may even be a Chinese copy. http://www.motorcyclespecs.co.za/model/Honda/honda_cb250_92.htm
Elvis & Madona
2003 Honda CB 250 http://www.bikez.com/motorcycles/honda_cb_250_2003.php make: Moto Honda da Amazonia Ltda origin: Brazil http://blog.motorcycle.com/tag/brazil/
The Chief EP: 1.05
The vehicle details for LGK 742Y are: Date of Liability 28 12 1989 Date of First Registration 26 10 1982 Year of Manufacture 1982 Cylinder Capacity (cc) 249cc Fuel Type PETROL Vehicle Colour BLUE
Rumpole of the Bailey EP: 2.07
1979 CB 250 N Superdream http://motorbike-search-engine.co.uk/classic_bikes/honda_cb250n.jpg not yet a CB 250 ND-B Superdream De Luxe but i like it http://motorbike-search-engine.co.uk/classic_bikes/honda-superdream.jpg
the progressive so called Euro-look has been controversal 37 years ago, but when you ride around with a Honda of that period attracts public attention for e.g. the flashy comstar wheels made out of eloxated pressed alloy riveted to the rim
Blame It on Rio
the motorcycle A Puma Convertible in the front. Indeed: /vehicle_120172-Puma-GTS.html nice pics of many brazilian cars Theres some Passat ( a yelow, a beige and a green) Chevrolet Monza 3 dr, (dark blue) Honda CB250 about 1980. En Europe: Honda CB 250 ou 400 N, 1979.
The motorcycle is a Honda CB 400II. The model II, with twin disc brakes at the front wheel was built in 1982 and 1983. I have an '83 disassembled, in my basement.
Honda CB250/350 (1968-70) - fake police motorcycles? The two white motorbikes are early Honda CB250's or 350's (since this is a Japanese movie, 250 more likely?). They just seem to be ordinary bikes painted white. They carry no police equipment, as far as I can tell. They might have been painted over just for this movie. http://www.motorera.com/honda/h0350/sport350/cb350-68a.jpg Of interest, this Australian item from the Northern Territory Police Museum: Link to "sites.google.com" This shows what is claimed to be a CB350 police motorcycle (it can't be a 1967 model, as stated - (a), the CB250/350 appeared in 1968, and (b), the fuel tank and side covers are those of a much later K3/K4). I don't know if it's genuine or not. It has the CB450P headlight and speedometer (which would make sense - economy of scales). Also, CMS Parts in the Netherlands sell parts for a "Honda CB350P4 POLICE TYPE" (!). Link to "www.cmsnl.com" So, it's quite possible there indeed was a factory-produced CB350 Police model. Just not the two bikes shown above.
Honda CB 250? Ou CB350? C'est l'une ou l'autre.
Sur la photo, on ne peut pas distinguer ce qui est marqué sur le couvercle du filtre à air. « 250 » ou « 350 »? À part cet indice, il existe une différence entre les deux motos qui permettrait, peut-être, d'identifier le modèle. Le pneu arrière, de série, de la CB250 était un 3.25 x 18 (pouces) alors que celui monté, à l'usine, sur la CB350 était un 3.50 x 18, donc légèrement plus gros. Sur les deux modèles, le pneu avant était un 3.00 x 18. En examinant la photo à nouveau, il me semble que le pneu arrière est à peine plus gros que le pneu avant (+0,25 pouce?). Alors, cette moto, une CB250?
- CB 250 K 1
- CB250 disc
- CB 250 RS
- CB250 Nighthawk
- CB 250
- CB 250 Nighthawk
- CB 250 N
- CB 250 T
- CB 250 G
- CB 250 K
- CB250K 1
- CB250 Super Sport
- CB 250 F - CB 250 G
- CB250F - CB250G
- CB 250 Two Fifty
- CB250 Two Fifty
- CB 250 RSD
- CB250 RSD
- CB 250 RS (reduced effect)
- CB250RS (reduced effect)
- CB 250 N (reduced effect)
- CB250N (reduced effect)
- CB 250 TE
- CB 250 disc