Find the right parts for your 1985 Honda XR250R

Cool video about the history of the Honda XR250R at the bottom of this page!

I watched the whole thing Grinning, i love these bikes!

In 1981, the XR250 was updated with a single rear shock. Some, myself included, would consider it the perfect dirt bike. In 1984, the bike was introduced with Honda’s Radial Four Valve Combustion Chamber (RFVC).It has a 110 kg (240 lb) claimed dry weight, and a 36-inch seat height (96–04). Honda said the engine produces 19.6 peak hp and 14-15 lb feet of torque. The 1996–2004 versions of the XR250R had 10.6 inches of suspension travel front and rear and 41mm front cartridge forks. The tire size was 80/100-21 front and 100/100-18 rear. It had 13–48 tooth gearing and a stock top speed of around 66 mph at 8000 rpm. The XR250L was a heavier, street-legal version which was introduced in 1991 and should not be confused with the older XL250R. Starting in 1981, the XR250 had a 21-inch front wheel. 1979 and 1980 versions had a 23 inch front wheel (3.00 x 23 tire size).

1985 Honda XR250R

Find the right parts for your 1985 Honda XR250R

While you are here check out this cool video about the history of the Honda XR250R!

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