1998 Honda Rs250 R on 2040-motos
Honda RS250 R description
Honda RS250R NX5 98, Most of you know what your looking at, for those that don't;
This is a rare factory GP bike for racing use only, It is NOT street legal!
Not recommended for the novice racer or trackday guy's either,
These 250 GP bikes reward talent and punish mistakes.
Very sorted and capable machine with all standard equipment.
One sprint race in '13 on full engine and chassis rebuild.
Rebuilt and rechecked this fall 2016. We went through the bike and installed;
New Pirelli Slicks (green) on freshly powder coated wheels, new OEM clutch, new silicone hose kit, rings, RK chain, refinished pipes and professionally painted bodywork with new wind screen.
Needs nothing except a discerning owner. Some spares are available separately.
This was Brian Kcraget's B bike, Brian last raced this machine and WON on it in 2013.(see podium pic) Has been stored properly since and not used.
Feel free to ask any questions,, even dumb ones :) 302-672-RACE.
We offer personal enclosed shipping, east of the rockies ($150-$350)
West coast is avail ($750-1K)
You are welcome to use your own shipping and we will assist any way possible. Forward air shipments will leave from PHL.
Moto blogWed, 08 Sep 2010
We ran a couple of stories last week - both, coincidentally, about new Kawasakis. One was the first peek of the new ZX10R – hot stuff you’d imagine – the other, the new W800 retro parallel twin. I suppose it shouldn’t have shocked us, which story was most popular in terms of hits but it really does mark a seismic shifts in British biking attitudes that the W800 story doubled the hits of the ZX10 piece.Tue, 15 Nov 2011
The San Carlo Gresini race team announced it will compete in the 2012 MotoGP World Championship as a Claiming Rules Team with a Honda CBR1000RR engine in an FTR prototype chassis. The move is a late, but unfortunately necessary change from the team’s original plan to run the factory-level Honda RC213V racebike. The late Marco Simoncelli was tabbed to ride the newest version of Honda’s MotoGP machine next season, but after his tragic death, Gresini had to find another option if it wanted to continue racing.Wed, 28 Mar 2012
Honda Thailand unveiled a new prototype at the 2012 Bangkok International Motor Show showcasing the next generation of the Ruckus scooter. Known as the Zoomer in other markets, the Honda Ruckus is probably best known for its non-traditional scooter styling, with the usual tiny tires and wasp-like body replaced by a fat rubbers and exposed tube frame. The Honda Zoomer X maintains the original’s rugged-looking tires but instead of the exposed tubes, the Zoomer X has a boxy-looking structure, though like the original the space under the seat is exposed to the elements, so if you want to store something there you might have to break out the bungee cords.
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