Honda introduced its CBR250RR concept bike at the 44th Tokyo Motor Show a couple of months ago, and now Asian motorcycle journalists reckon it will go into test production in March 2016. The news comes from Indonesia, where the bike is rumoured to be built.
What we have heard is not official but it makes perfect sense. When Honda first unveiled the bike, we thought that it looked a lot closer to being finished and ready for production than Honda was willing to admit. If what our friends in Indonesia are saying is true, and Honda starts production in a few months, this bike could be on the streets very soon.
The bike is a twin-cylinder 250cc. It’s lightweight with lovely carbon fibre touches, Ohlins suspension and it redlines at 14,000rpm.
We’ll let you know as soon as there’s more news on this.
Honda’s CBR250RR concept gets green light for production
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