Honda CR250R in Movies

The Honda CR250R is a single cylinder, two-stroke cross / motocross motorcycle produced between 1995 and 2007.


The engine was a liquid cooled single cylinder, two-stroke. A 66.4 x 72.0 mm (2.6 x 2.8 inches) stroke result in a displacement of just 249.00 ccm (15.19 cubic inches). The engine features a 8.5:1 compression ratio.


The bike has a 5-speed transmission. The final drive was via chain.


It came with a 80/0-21 front tire and a 110/90-19 rear tire. Stopping was achieved via single disc in the front and a single disc in the rear. The front suspension was a 47.0mm inverted showa cartridge fork with 16-position rebound and 16-position compression-damping adjustability while the rear was equiped with a pro-link showa single shock with spring-preload, 17-position rebound-damping adjustability, and compression-damping adjustment separated into low-speed (13 positions) and high-speed (3.5 turns) The CR250R is fitted with a 7.57 litres (2.00 gallons) fuel tank. The bike weighs just 96.6 kg (213.0 pounds). The wheelbase is 1,481 mm (58.3 inches) long.

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this one again! /vehicle_32574-unknown.html any ideas, what it is? :-)) martin De moins en moins... Hello, les Roumains!!!!! Yamaha perhaps? On a quand même quelques indices: implantation du disque de frein arrière (ou avant...), l'habillage semblant fait maison, ou du moins localement... Et le petit cache-poussière du dique arrière est copie conforme du même de chez Suzuki, pour une 125 TSR 125 R. (qu'est-ce qu'y faut pas aller chercher, bon sang!). Question: existe-t-il une chaîne d'assemblage de motos en Roumanie, actuellement? Though it is not certain, fuel tank looks like 125cc MZ. ...Welcome Romanian! It's proably a BMW of some sort. Et ce n'est pas une Yamaha 660 XT, contrairement à ce qui avait été updaté... uhm ... XT with inverted forks? That must be a 2-stroke ... very long suspension travel, beyond the usual "street enduro" ... Cagiva? Husqvarna? If two stroke, then it is Not XT... Maybe Yamaha? It's a Yamaha DT200 circa 1992 with custom "dress" (2stroke, short exhaust) I'm thinking it might be a heavily disguised 2000 Honda XR650. It's the little details. The swingarm has an unusual 'pinched' design, it gets narrower towards the axle near the rear caliper. The little protective cover over the rear brake caliper and the disc shield under the swingarm. Compare with the picture here: Though they could've built an entirely custom bike using an XR swingarm assembly. The fairing is pretty unique, it could be a cheap replaceable dakar style race fairing if the bikes are going to be crashed in a chase scene. The exhaust has been moved down low also. And the frame looks different...... This is a toughie!! Since this is a cheap made for DVD film, they probably didn't build a custom bike from scratch. Like "Der Krusche" said - that one again... . NO four-stroke, so no XT or NX or XR, not built from scratch. I´d go with "pigpen", the fairing is interesting - could be from a 80 - or 125 cc- "racer" or aftermarket (more likely !), but it is definitely fitted on some not-too-old motocross-mare. Liquid-cooled, not too big, slapped together several times after - and only for - crashing, i would say.... Might have been born some Honda (CR ?) in the 80s or 90s - anyone still interested ? Ben là, c'est super. Y a un débat, on a essayé de savoir de quoi il s'agit. Et quelq'un passe et nomme cette moto, d'autorité. J'aurais pu dire aussi VéloSolex, y a presque autant de points communs avec cette moto. Deux roues et un moteur deux-temps. Pour le reste, elle peut rester en "unknown", à moins qu'il n'y ait assez d'éléments nouveaux? Mais alors, suffit pas d'imposer un avis, faut ARGUMENTER! Sinon, le site n'a plus de raison d'être, si on part dans ce genre de couenneries... Là, c'est une MTX: Link to "" En effet je ne sais pas d'où sort cette identification... peut-être que quelqu'un a supprimé son commentaire après coup CBR600 fairing Since that one is identified, I think this is too, if its the same! As the one who identified the other one didn't identify this one as the same thing, I am not sure... edit: and checking the pics, they are not identical They aren't even similar. Except for the fairing.

This motorcycle is based on the HONDA CR250R 1997 - 1999 model. And it also attached fairing of HONDA CBR1000F 1997 - 1998 model.

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