Top Japanese motorcycle magazine Young Machine has just released it’s latest edition’s cover – and pride of place on it is a fully-finished computer Mac-up of the upcoming CBR250RR Honda.
The bike shares a lot of bodywork styling from the already-seen CBR125 – but in terms of colourscheme etc it’s a safe bet that this is what the finished version of the bike Honda debuted at last year’s Tokyo Motor Show will end up looking like.
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According to the Japanese journo’s information the bike gets tiny LED indicators and nearly-the-same as the concept bike’s headlights (although those in the illustration are clearly final-styled on the headlight patent – below – we showed you first last month).
The Honda is expected to be shown later this year to be part of Honda’s 2017 line-up amid a host of 250/300cc sportbikes on the way including a sportier version of Kawasaki’s Ninja300, Yamaha’s track-oriented R25R, Suzuki’s GSX-R250 and Aprilia’s RS4 250,