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Hypebeast Honda

This just might be one of the most expensive Hondas you can buy, just because of the stickers on it. It’s a stock 2020 CRF250R, with a price tag of $10,000. So that’s a cool $2000 more than an identical stock Honda, which is exactly what the bike is. Apart from a sticker kit and seat cover with top streetwear brand Supreme lavished all over it. And red brake and clutch master cylinder covers. But that’s only the start of the story.

The thing is, you can’t actually buy one unless you’re an important social media influencer who has been lucky enough to be invited to purchase this “track-ready collectible”. So it’s not a dirt bike, but a collectible fashion item. Supreme didn’t put the bikes on their websites for sale, it was invitation only and the machine was only available in some of its flagship U.S. stores. You pay Supreme and a local Honda delivers it to you. There was talk of only a handful of bikes, believed to be around 17 in total. A handful were sold to a few special influencers for a cool $10,000, whole the rest were sold to special customers for $17,000.

That means lots of Supreme-crazy fashionistas have been going mad trying to buy the ridiculously over-priced status symbol, with prices being banded around of $30,000-$40,000. That means if you are lucky enough to have one, you can ask the fashonista suckers for a big premium to sell it to them. Former HRC racer Cole Seely has one, but it’s not for sale. Well, not yet anyway. It might be now he’s switched to KTM!

If you can’t afford the bike, then Supreme is doing a collaboration with Fox and Honda to sell a full range of MX kit specially designed for Supreme with their logo on it. If you want to buy any, better rush as it’ll sell out in minutes as all exclusive Supreme kit does. To non-MX riders, of course.