Honda CBR 250 R | Photo Gallery

  • Honda CBR 250 R | Photo Gallery Honda CBR250R (2013)
  • Honda CBR 250 R | Photo Gallery Honda CBR250R (2011)
  • Honda CBR 250 R | Photo Gallery Honda CBR250R (2013)
  • Honda CBR 250 R | Photo Gallery Honda CBR250R (2013)
  • Honda CBR 250 R | Photo Gallery Honda CBR250R (2013)
  • Honda CBR 250 R | Photo Gallery Honda CBR250R (2011)
  • Honda CBR 250 R | Photo Gallery Honda CBR250R (2011)
  • Honda CBR 250 R | Photo Gallery Honda CBR250R (2011)
  • Honda CBR 250 R | Photo Gallery Honda CBR250R (2011)
  • Honda CBR 250 R | Photo Gallery Honda CBR250R (2011)
  • Honda CBR 250 R | Photo Gallery Honda CBR250R (2011)
  • Honda CBR 250 R | Photo Gallery Honda CBR250R (2011)
  • Honda CBR 250 R | Photo Gallery Honda CBR250R (2011)
  • Honda CBR 250 R | Photo Gallery Honda CBR250R (2011)
  • Honda CBR 250 R | Photo Gallery Honda CBR250R (2011)
  • Honda CBR 250 R | Photo Gallery Honda CBR250R (2011)
  • Honda CBR 250 R | Photo Gallery Honda CBR250R (2011)
  • Honda CBR 250 R | Photo Gallery Honda CBR250R (2011)
  • Honda CBR 250 R | Photo Gallery Honda CBR250R (2011)
  • Honda CBR 250 R | Photo Gallery Honda CBR250R (2011)
  • Honda CBR 250 R | Photo Gallery Honda CBR250R (2011)

Honda CBR250R Photos/Images/Pics/Wallpaper

Since arriving stateside in 1986, the only quarter-liter sport bike on the market was the Kawasaki Ninja 250, the perfect platform for a beginning motorcyclist.

But in 2011, Honda decided to take on the iconic Ninja 250, entering the market with its CBR 250 R. The bike offered more technology, highlighted by a 249cc liquid-cooled single-cylinder engine that features a sophisticated four-valve DOHC cylinder head and counterbalancer, PGM-FI fuel injection, something the Ninja 250 lacks, and optional ABS.

The CBR 250 R gets around 77 mpg, and the 2013 model retails for $4,199 and $4,699 with ABS.

Since its inception, the bike hasn’t changed much, except for color options. For 2013, the CBR250R is available in three colors – the Pearl White/Blue/Red, Red and Black, and the one that everyone MotoGP fan will surely enjoy – Repsol (only available in standard model without ABS).

Also new for 2013 are black wheels (not available on the Repsol), and a new black exhaust cover. For a preview of the 2013 CBR250R, click here.

Attached above is a photo gallery of the CBR250R, and each image works great for wallpaper. To use as wallpaper, simply click on the desired thumbnail to expand, and right click to save to desktop background.

Non-studio photography by Don Williams

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