Honda has confirmed today that the CRF250M will be coming to the UK, with the model set to hit dealers in the summer.
The CRF250M, which was released in Thailand in January, is set to go on sale in the UK as the Japanese manufacturer aims to grow its presence in the key ‘youth’ market. The company claims that the dual purpose model is ideal for “the young rider looking for something different”.
The supermoto-style bike is based on Honda’s CRF250L endure but does feature smaller, 17in, wheels, wider road tyres and revised brakes, suspension and gearing. The 250cc engine is the same as the one found in the 250L, putting out 23bhp and 16lb-ft of torque, making it suitable for riders with an A2 licence.
Dealers will start receiving models in “early summer” and the bike will carry a price tag of