Beef up your 2018 CRF250 clutch

Newly released from Pro Circuit, 2018 CRF250R Clutch Springs offer an increase in clutch life, decreases clutch slipping and has improved engagement over a stock setup for any rider. These high-performance springs will have riders noticing consistent spring performance throughout time, which is crucial in controlling how efficiently the clutch turns power

HRC new boy Bogers breaks foot

Brian Bogers turned up to spin some laps for HRC on the new Honda CRF250 that we rode in Italy this week, and promptly broke his foot! The Dutchman in the new 450 ace in the HRC MXGP team but now will have to postpone testing while his foot heals. He

Look like Thorpe or Roczen!

For 2018 Honda will be offering two special editions for the CRF450 & CRF250, a Ken Roczen race replica and the retro look Dave Thorpe, World Championship winning design. CRF250R £7,249 Standard and £8,449 for the replicas. CRF450R - £7,649 Standard and £8,849 for the replicas. Both of the specials will be equipped

Honda’s 2018 CRF250 in action

Check out the sights and sounds of the new 2018 Honda CRF250 twin-cam racer in action and learn all about it from Andrew Short.    

Honda teases all-new 2018 CRF250

Honda has released this teaser video for the all-new 2018 CRF250 which will be officially unveiled on July 30. Until then, what we now about the bike is  that after more than a decade persevering with a single-cam Unicam motor and being slated for making a mellow bike, Honda is

More photos of twin-cam 2018 CRF250

Twin separate exhausts that exits from either side of the twin-port, twin-cam motor, are just one of the new features on the 2018 CRF250R that was unveiled in Japan this weekend. The all-new motor, now using twin overhead cams like all its rivals instead of Honda's Unicam system, has electric

HRC man Notsuka out for six months

HRC's Chihiro Notsuka will be out of action for around six months after crashing and crashed fracturing his back and dislocating his hip during the second MX2 race at the Argentina MXGP. Following the accident, Notsuka was taken to Buenos Aires hospital where he underwent an operation on his C6 and