T oday I got a taste of what I want to imagine that was nothing else ive ever felt like. its a taste of what's coming in ninja zx25rr inline 4, i had a pleasure of ridding and feeling each bit of HONDA CBR25RR and the feeling was awesome cornering perfect leaning angle superb I almost passed out due to g-force generated by this bike while cornering if not for abs I bliv ma first stoppie would be on this bad boy power is awesome engine refinery superb zero vibration super sport riding position.
Footpegs up n high hence increasing the lean angle wow I don't have much to express but I fell in love again. And if honda made this machine to be this awesome a race bike nimble enough and lightweight too i wonder what kawasaki ninja zx25rr has for us small cc lovers honda was fun ridding but i trust ninja zx25rr will be more awesome and more power delivery compared to cb25rr
honestly i love small cc bikes they dont have high end speed like 600cc n above but i love how fun they are and how power manageable they are according to ma ridding experience. I can have as many small cc bikes as possible but the elite ones and the awesome ones can fit ma garage some day and
cb25rr will be in my list.
The sharp design of the sportbike is complemented by the double-barrel exhaust system, golden USD forks, and huge petal disc brakes. The fuel tank is chiselled to the soul while rear end stays sharper than any other rival around the segment. The front design of the Honda CBR250RR flaunts two aggressive lights and a perfectly designed windscreen.
The Honda CBR250RR is equipped with a 249.7cc, liquid-cooled and fuel-injected engine that is capable to generate a maximum power of 38.7HP @ 12,500 rpm and a peak torque of 23.3Nm @ 11,000 rpm. The engine comes mated to a 6-speed gearbox while the motorcycle claims 179kph of top speed and takes just 6.2secs to reach 100kph from a standstill.
Honda CBR250RR features an all-digital console with inverted colours. The speedometer value is accompanied by a borderline tachometer, ride-mode indicator and gear-shift indicator. The overall space is very well divided to bring digital clock and odometer into action. The console looks directly derived from a 1000cc superbike-spec machine.
Honda CBR250RR is equipped with ride-by-wire technology and riding modes. No other motorcycle in the 250cc segment gets these 2 features, not even as an option. The three riding modes are Comfort, Sport, and Sport+. The USD forks were earlier exclusive to the CBR250RR but the MY2020 Yamaha R25/R3 recently got this feature.