The 1981 release of the Honda CR250R holds the claim to fame of being the first production motocrosser with a liquid-cooled engine. Not only that, it was lucky enough to inherit the majority of its design from the RC250M, which triumphed in the 1980 All Japan Motocross Championship. This design of course featured the 246cc liquid-cooled powerplant, plus Honda’s Pro-Link progressive rear suspension system. The combination of power and smooth movement made it a satisfying ride for the numerous riders worldwide that plumped for the CR250R.
- This is a 1/12 scale plastic model assembly kit of the 1981 Honda CR250R motocrosser.
- Length:180mm, width: 72mm, height: 104mm.
- The realistically-recreated liquid-cooled engine features depictions of cables and pipes.
- Honda’s unique Pro-Link suspension is captured with ?lan, including a metal coil spring.
- Solid rubber front and rear tires feature a typical motocross knobby tread pattern.
- Decals are included to recreate the markings on the bike including logos.
- Comes with a stand.