A couple of days back, Honda blew our socks away with a single image that represented their upcoming 250cc super-sport concept motorcycle (take a look here). Honda claims that the concept motorcycle is almost close to production guise, and imbibes a parallel twin engine cradled inside a trellis frame, upside down front forks, sharp styling and petal disc brakes. Now MotoBlast aims to bring the concept closer to reality through these renders.
The render adds splashes of colour to the concept’s dark, matte black tone, which includes a dual tone (red + black) paint scheme with white highlights and Honda/CBR250RR stickers, along with side mirrors. Projector headlamps have been added below the LED strips on the fairing, while the Akrapovič exhaust system from the concept has been done away with; and replaced with an underbelly exhaust system. Tyre sizes seems to be a 100-section upfront and a 140/150 section at the rear.
This 250cc crotch rocket from Honda will go one-up against the Kawasaki Ninja 250/300, the Yamaha YZF-R25 and R3, and the KTM RC390. The full reveal is coming at next month’s Tokyo Motor Show.