Honda Xr 250 Tornado 2023

Honda Xr 250 Tornado 2023

What is the top speed of the Honda XR 250 Tornado?

Honda XR 250 Tornado Specs With this drive-train, the Honda XR 250 Tornado is capable of reaching a maximum top speed of 140.0 km/h (87.0 mph).

How much horsepower does a xr250 tornado have?

The engine produces a maximum peak output power of 23.30 HP (17.0 kW) @ 7500 RPM and a maximum torque of 23.73 Nm (2.4 kgf-m or 17.5 ft.

How much does a Honda xr250 tornado weigh?

XR250 Tornado Specifications The specs of the XR250 Tornado have mostly remained the same since it’s inception. In 2018, the XR250 Tornado got a new digital dash display (simpler than the old one) and some new waterproof connectors behind the headlight. That’s it.

Overall length 2,147mm (84.5 in) (with high seat) 2,130mm (83.9 in) (with low seat)
Overall width 845mm (33.3 in)
Overall height 1,203mm (47.4 in) (with high seat) 1,166mm (45.9 in) (with low seat)
Wheelbase 1,427mm (56.2 in) (with high seat) 1,416mm (55.7 in) (with low seat)
Ground clearance 281mm (11.1 in) (with high seat) 242mm (9.5 in) (with low seat)
Seat height 880mm (34.6 in) (with high seat) 840mm (33.1 in) (with low seat)
Dry weight 134kg (295 lbs)
Engine oil (after draining) 1.4 liter (1.5 US qt, 1.2 Imp.qt)
Engine oil (after oil filter change) 1.5 liter (1.6 US qt, 1.3 Imp.qt)
Engine oil (after disassembly) 1.8 liter (1.9 US qt, 1.6 Imp.qt)
Fuel tank 11.5 liters (3.04 US gal, 2.53
Fuel reserve tank 3.7 liters (0.98 US qt, 0.81 Imp.qt)
Maximum load capacity 153kg (337 lbs)

When did they stop making Honda XR 250?

XR 500 / XR 500R – 1980 Honda XR 500A Introduced in 1979, the twin-shock Honda XR 500 was the first “XR” model. The engine was a four-stroke, four-valve, 497 cc (30.3 cu in) “Pentroof” engine. The bike had a conventional 18″ rear wheel but an unusual 23″ front wheel which was supposed to be better for riding over potholes and ruts.

  1. The 23″ size proved unpopular and did not catch on as the wheel/tyre assembly was heavy, and there was little choice of replacement 23″ tyres.
  2. In 1981 Honda introduced ‘Pro-Link’ models, with rising-rate single-shock rear suspension, a 17″ rear wheel and a 21″ front wheel.
  3. Unusual for a four-stroke with its typical intake and exhaust valves, the 1981 and 1982 XR-500 utilized a six-petal reed valve set-up between the carburetor and the intake valves.

This was intended to provide better low-end performance while still allowing a large carburetor to be used. The 1982 XR 500RC was very similar to the 1981 RB apart from decal and trim changes.1982 Honda XR 500RC 1984 Honda XR 500RE (with hand protectors removed) The 1983 XR500R was thoroughly revised with a new dry-sump RFVC 5-speed engine which was lighter and more powerful than the older engine.

Induction was by 2 carburetors, the first in use until 1/4 throttle, whereupon the second started to take effect. Power was 41hp @6000 rpm, torque was 4.7 kg-m (34 lb-ft) at 5500 rpm, and dry weight was 266.7lbs. The frame was entirely revised, and suspension was updated with 43mm air-adjustable forks with 11″ of suspension travel both front and rear.

Wheels were 21″ front and 17″ rear. The fuel tank had a 12 litre capacity, the front brake was a single hydraulic disc, and the handlebars sported plastic ‘bark-buster’ hand protectors. The 1984 XR500RE model was the last 500cc XR, being superseded in 1985 by the larger Honda XR 600RF.

How fast does a CR 250r go?

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Honda CR250R

Manufacturer Honda
Also called CR
Production 1973–2007
Predecessor Honda CR250M
Engine 249 cc (15.2 cu in) liquid cooled two-stroke single
Bore / stroke 66.4mm x 72.00mm
Top speed 75 mph (121 km/h)
Power 48
Ignition type CDI
Transmission 5- speed constant mesh, chain drive, manual
Frame type Twin tube aluminum
Suspension Front: Showa, adjustable compression and rebound Rear: Showa, adjustable low speed and high speed compression and low speed and high speed rebound
Brakes 240 mm (9.4 in) single disc, front and rear
Tires Front: 80/100-21 Rear: 110/90-19
Rake, trail 26.5°, 110 mm (4.3 in)
Wheelbase 1,481 mm (58.3 in)
Seat height 942 mm (37.1 in)
Weight 96.6 kg (213 lb) ( dry )
Fuel capacity 7.57 L (2.00 US gal)
Oil capacity 650ml or 650cc
Fuel consumption average of 25 mpg

The Honda CR250R was a Honda racing dirt bike, The prototype was built in 1971, but it was not until late 1972 that production of the 1973 model “out of the box racers” began sale to the general public. The CR250 was produced for nearly 37 years, 2007 being the final year of production.

  • In 1997, Honda produced an industry first, an aluminum chassis for a motocross motorcycle.
  • These ‘first gen’ frames were thick, rigid, and were a big change from the previous steel frames, where flexibility had been seen as a problem in the early years.
  • The 1997-8 engines were equipped with a new stator, which supplied DC voltage for the new Keihin carburetor with an electronic ‘Power Jet’ system, in efforts to control lean mixture preignition.

Included in the new electrics was a capacitor and a rectifier/regulator. The 1999 model was almost identical but the Power Jet had disappeared. For 2000, the ‘second gen’ aluminum frame was less rigid, with thinner twin-spars, providing a rigidity decrease and better handling.

The Keihin PWK carburetor replaced earlier PJ models. The CDI box limited RPMs to 8000. The 2001 model was nearly identical, with a change to a different CDI box, adding 500 RPM to the redline where two more horsepower lurked. The new Mikuni TMX carburetor proved to be temperamental to weather changes.

For 2002, Honda ended the outstanding interchangeability that had existed from 1992~2001, when a completely new engine arrived with a change from cylinder reed induction to an engine case reed induction system and an electronically controlled, cable operated RC valve in place of the centrifugally operated exhaust valve system used since 1992.

  1. A TPS (Throttle Position Sensor) was added to the carburetor, powered by a new stator.
  2. The ECM would now be able to retard ignition timing to preclude preignition, though there was no ping sensor anywhere.
  3. The third & final generation of the CR250 aluminum chassis also made its appearance, which was thinner, with better flex properties.

The same engine & chassis, with minor suspension & plastics changes, continued on until production of this 2-stroke stopped in 2007. Although the case reed engine has potentially the best design, it was never developed to its full potential by Honda, as the industry attention rapidly turned to four stroke engine development.

How fast is the strongest tornado?

Tornado: Highest Recorded Wind Speed in Tornado (via Doppler Radar) –

Record Value 135 m/s (302 mph)
Date of Event 3/5/1999
Length of Record ~1996-present
Geospatial Location Bridge Creek Oklahoma

How fast is a F12 tornado?

The original Fujita Scale actually goes up to F12. An F12 tornado would have winds of about 740 MPH, the speed of sound. Roughly 3/4 of all tornadoes are EF0 or EF1 tornadoes and have winds that are less than 100 MPH. EF4 and EF5 tornadoes are rare but cause the majority of tornado deaths. Several levels of damage (EF1 to about EF3) are visible in the photograph above. It was puzzling initially how some homes could be nearly destroyed while a home nearby or in between was left with only light damage. One possible explanation is shown below, Some big strong tornadoes may have smaller more intense “suction vortices” that spin around the center of the tornado. Tornado researchers have actually seen the pattern shown at right scratched into the ground by the multiple vortices in a strong tornado. The sketch above shows a tornado located SW of a neighborhood. As the tornado sweeps through the neighborhood, the suction vortex will rotate around the core of the tornado. The homes marked in red would be damaged severely. The others would receive less damage. Remember that there are multiple suction vortices in the tornado, but the tornado diameter is probably larger than shown here. Air motions inside tornadoes are complex and difficult to study directly. Wind motions in a fairly weak tornado. T he winds would also be spinning in addition moving upward as shown here, This tornado is a little stronger. This tornado is even stronger. The air in the center has started to sink (this is called vortex breakdown), but the sinking air doesn’t reach the ground. The diameter of the tornado has also grown. It is when the sinking air in the middle reaches the ground that multiple vortices may form. You’ll find lots of tornado videos online. One that we often show in the classroom version of this course is a tornado that occurred in Pampa, Texas (here are a couple of videos on YouTube: video 1, video 2 ).

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What is the highest power tornado?

A map of the tornado paths in the 1974 Super Outbreak This article lists various tornado records, The most “extreme” tornado in recorded history was the Tri-State tornado, which spread through parts of Missouri, Illinois, and Indiana on March 18, 1925.

It is considered an F5 on the Fujita Scale, even though tornadoes were not ranked on any scale at the time. It holds records for longest path length at 219 miles (352 km), longest duration at about 3½ hours, and it held the fastest forward speed for a significant tornado at 73 mph (117 km/h) anywhere on Earth until 2021.

In addition, it is the deadliest single tornado in United States history with 695 fatalities. It was also the third most costly tornado in history at the time, but has been surpassed by several others non-normalized. When costs are normalized for wealth and inflation, it still ranks third today.

  • The deadliest tornado in world history was the Daulatpur–Saturia tornado in Bangladesh on April 26, 1989, which killed approximately 1,300 people.
  • In the history of Bangladesh at least 19 tornadoes killed more than 100 people each, almost half of the total for the rest of the world,
  • For 37 years, the most extensive tornado outbreak on record, in almost every category, was the 1974 Super Outbreak, which affected a large area of the central United States and extreme southern Ontario in Canada on April 3 and April 4, 1974.

Not only did this outbreak feature 148 tornadoes in only 18 hours, but an unprecedented number of them were violent; 7 were of F5 intensity and 23 were F4. During the peak of this outbreak there were 16 tornadoes on the ground at the same time. More than 300 people, possibly as many as 330, were killed by tornadoes during this outbreak.

Is a Honda XR250 a full sized bike?

XR250 pros and cons – is it a good dirt bike for you? – While it’s primarily a 4 stroke trail bike for beginners, there’s a few good reasons to like this Honda 250. The XR250R is the right dirt bike for you if you:

Want a full sized beginner-friendly dirt bike Prefer reliability over performance Don’t mind kick-starting Like to tinker with and modify your bikes Ride single track trails Want plush suspension Like a broad, predictable power curve

The XR250R is the wrong dirt bike for you if you:

Want the latest in technology Expect a high performance race bike Plan to jump or go to a lot of motocross tracks Need electric start

What is the valve clearance on a XR250 tornado?

Hello, I’m hoping to find advice/help for checking the valve clearances on my Tornado 250. I’ve got the feeler gauges ready to go, and I think it’s an easy procedure. But I’ve never done it, and I can’t find any information. except I think the clearances should be: intake,12mm exhaust,14mm (or,16mm?) The “certified Honda mechanic” (at a brand new dealership where I live in SE mexico) says he’ll just “listen to the engine”.

I talked to him about using feeler gauges to check the valve clearances and he looked at me like I’m nuts. I think he doesn’t want to, or maybe doesn’t know how to check the valve clearances properly. I’d do it myself if I could find any information on how to do it. Any help is appreciated, thanks! Steven ps- my tornado has 18.000 km and runs pretty good.

The valves have never been checked.


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/td> Hi Steven, The Tornado has the same basic engine as the XR250 in the US. It is much easier to describe in pictures so I will point you to a pictorial essay on XR250 valve adjustment: The Flight of the Platypus: Valve Adjustment The main difficulties I had the first time I adjusted my XR250 is figuring out where top dead center is on the compression stroke, and getting the feeler gauges to fit into the inspection holes. While there are special made feeler gauges for the XR that are pre-bent, you can bend any feeler gauge to a 90 degree angle to fit in the confined space by folding and creasing it. I can sympathize the difficulty of finding “espesores de calibre” (thickness gauge) in Mexico. I lost my feeler gauges years ago on a long trip to southern Mexico and ended up using a 100 peso note for the intake and a folded over note for the exhaust on my old beemer. Not recommended but it was okay at the time. This was years ago. Maybe they have feeler gauges in the bigger Repuestos de motos (motorcycle parts store) these days. Checking the pdf manual for your bike at: it lists the valve clearances as,005 inch intake,,006 inch exhaust. That translates to,12 mm intake,15 mm exhaust in Mexican metric feeler gauge talk. So your above numbers are correct. The gauges you will be using are paper thin. If the tolerance is adjusted too loose, your bike will clatter like an old sewing machine. But it is better to err on the side of too loose than too tight. It sometimes takes a few tries to get the feeler gauge to glide through with just a little resistance since it tightens up slightly when you tighten down the locking nut. It is not hard to do if you take your time. I wouldn’t totally discount the Mexican mechanics ability to adjust by sound if he has a good feel for Honda Tornados. It’s always better to do these things yourself and make sure it gets done right though. No better time to start than now. Best luck! John Downs


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/td> thanks John. big help! I’ve got two sets of virgin feeler gauges ready to be broken in, a flat set and a bent set. I’ve just been waiting for a good tutorial, so this is great. Steven


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How much does a XR250 weigh kg?

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Honda XR250R/XR250L

A 1994 Honda XR250R
Manufacturer Honda
Production 1979–2004
Predecessor Honda XL250
Successor Honda CRF250F
Class Off road and dual-sport
Engine SOHC, 4-valve, oil-cooled, four-stroke, single
Bore / stroke (84-85) 75 mm × 56.5 mm (2.95 in × 2.22 in) (86–95) 73 mm × 59.5 mm (2.87 in × 2.34 in)
Compression ratio (84-85) 10.2:1 (86–95) 10.2:1
Power (84-85) 30 hp (22 kW)@ 8,500 rpm (claimed) (86–95) 24.56 hp (18.31 kW)@ 8,000 rpm (claimed)
Torque (84-85)17.7 lb⋅ft (24.0 N⋅m)@7,000 rpm (claimed) (86–95)16.85 lb⋅ft (22.85 N⋅m)@7,000 rpm (claimed)
Transmission 6- speed manual chain drive
Frame type Steel
Suspension Front: (84-85) 37mm damper rod forks with 10 in (250 mm) of travel (86-89) 41mm damper rod forks with 11 in (280 mm) of travel. Has base valve compression clicker. Cartridge emulator ready. (90–95) 41mm cartridge forks with 11 in (280 mm) of travel. Has no clickers. Not cartridge emulator ready. (96-04) 41mm cartridge forks with 10.6 in (270 mm) of travel with base valve compression clicker Rear: (84-85) Monoshock with 9.6 in (240 mm) of travel (86-95) KYB 40mm Mono Shock with 11 in (280 mm) of travel (96–04) KYB 44mm Mono Shock with 10.6 in (270 mm) of travel. Uses knobless clickers. Piggyback reservoir.
Brakes Front: 240mm disc Rear: (79–89) drum (90–04) 220mm disc
Tires Front: 80/100-21 Rear: 100/100-18
Rake, trail (85–95) 25°, 100 mm (3.9 in) (96–04) 24°, 92 mm (3.6 in)

(86–91) 1,420 mm (56.1 in)(91–95) 1,410 mm (55.7 in)(96–04) 55.1 in (1,400 mm)

Dimensions L :

(86–91) 2,100 mm (82.7 in)(91–95) 2,110 mm (83.1 in)

W :

(86–91) 910 mm (35.8 in)(91–95) 900 mm (35.4 in)

H :

(86–91) 1,230 mm (48.3 in)(91–95) 1,200 mm (48 in)

Seat height

(86–95) 920 mm (36.4 in)(96–04) 910 mm (36 in)


(86–91) 108.6 kg (239.4 lb) (claimed) (91–95) 108.0 kg (238.1 lb) (claimed) (96–04) 110 kg (240 lb) (claimed)

( dry ) 260lbs ( wet )

Fuel capacity (86–95) 9.0 L; 1.98 imp gal (2.38 US gal) 2.6 US gal (9.8 L; 2.2 imp gal)
Oil capacity (86–95) 1,600 ml (1.7 US qt)

The Honda XR250R and XR250L are trail and dual-sport motorcycles made by Honda from 1979 through 2004, as part of the Honda XR series, They have four-stroke, SOHC four-valve 249 cc (15.2 cu in) single-cylinder engines, In 1981, the XR250 was updated with a single rear shock,

  1. In 1984, the bike was introduced with Honda’s Radial Four Valve Combustion Chamber (RFVC).
  2. It has a 110 kg (240 lb) claimed dry weight, and a 36-inch seat height (96–04).
  3. Honda said the engine produces 19.6 peak hp and 14-15 lb feet of torque.
  4. The 1996–2004 versions of the XR250R had 10.6 inches of suspension travel front and rear and 41mm front cartridge forks.

The tire size was 80/100-21 front and 100/100-18 rear. It had 13–48 tooth gearing and a stock top speed of around 66 mph at 8000 rpm. The XR250L was a heavier, street-legal version which was introduced in 1991 and should not be confused with the older XL250R.

  • Starting in 1981, the XR250 had a 21-inch front wheel.1979 and 1980 versions had a 23 inch front wheel (3.00 x 23 tire size).
  • Unlike the CRF230F, which effectively replaced the XR200R in Honda’s lineup as an air-cooled off-road motorcycle, the XR250R has no air cooled successor until potentially the CRF250F in 2019.

That said the ‘F’ shares little more with the XR than it being a great starter play bike, 4 valve head, and an air cooled low maintenance bike. They are a different thing all together with the ‘F’ fuel injected, limited to 9.8″ of travel, lower seat height by 2″, electric start, and a 5-speed transmission.

  1. The ‘F’ in stock form is a very good modern engine.
  2. The ‘R’ power plant feels dated and is lower performing in comparison.
  3. The engines in both the XR250R and XR250L are identical.
  4. In the United States the L has a 3 mm smaller header pipe and a different carburetor to satisfy emissions regulations, though both carburetors have a 30 mm bore.

The engine has a four-valve head with splayed rocker arms to actuate the valves. Unusual for a single-cylinder engine, it has a two-into-one header pipe. Throughout its production, the R version is kickstart only, has a six-speed transmission with chain final drive, and has stator ignition,

For the pre-1996 models, the suspension travel was 280 mm (11 in) front and rear. The XR250R is the enduro (competition) model; however, the L version is electric start, (except for the USA market XR250L, which never had electric start and which was discontinued after the 1996 model year), with pillion pegs, softer suspension and lower seat height.

The changes between 1996 and 2004 consisted of decal updates, the mechanical parts being identical. The XR250R was discontinued after 2004. In Australia a XR250Y was released with upside-down forks and electric start in 05-06. The 1991 Honda XR250L is the most sold of the entire XR series with more than 814,00 units being sold.

1981 Single rear shock
1984 Radial Four-Valve Combustion Chamber (RFVC).75mm bore × 56.5mm stroke Dual 21mm Carburators.
1986 Single carburetor, Engine saw a smaller bore & longer stroke.73mm bore × 59.5mm stroke. Oil Cooley added to ‘R’ only.
1990 Rear disc brake and clickerless cartridge forks
1996 Revised suspension with 10.6 in (270 mm) of travel and a steeper steering angle, Front forks with more ground clearance and compression clickers. Rear Shock increased to 44mm with piggyback reservoir from 40mm hosed. Updated dry-sump engine with lighter flywheel and counterweights. New engine mounts, exhaust valves, decompression at CAM, and swingarm pivot through engine case. Removable rear subframe with hinged airbox door. Lighter and less plush seat. Longer Aluminum kickstart lever. Revised larger footpegs. Reduced frame guard to match oil in frame. Increased steering stem height compatible with the XR400.

Why are Honda XR so good?

Honda Reliability – Just the name “Honda” has long since become a byword for reliability and the XR650L is really one of the reasons for this. Honda built this bike to last a very, very long time. The air-cooled engine, durable frame, and basic suspension components make it one of the most reliable bikes you can get requiring very little maintenance.

What does XR mean in Honda?

The Honda XR is a series of four-stroke dirt bikes produced from 1979 onward. The models with an “R” suffix were the competition enduro models, typically not street-legal from the factory, while the “L” models were the street-legal dual-sports. The first XR model was the twin-shock 1979 XR500; the liquid-cooled XR650R — aka “Big Red Pig” — would earn a cult following as one of the greatest open-class enduros of all time; and the air-cooled, street-legal XR650L is still available with the same specifications as the 1991 model! Even in stock trim, most Honda XR models are already capable off-road machines. Baja Red: Honda XR628 Desert Racer – GPgarage Moto builds a ’90s Baja dream racer Introduced in 1985, the Honda XR600R was destined to become one of the most successful off-road motorcycles in history. In a recent retrospective on the mighty Tornado 293: Honda XR250 “Pig Tracker” – Rodando Sur builds a burly 293cc Tornado While Honda’s lightweight dual-sport in the US and European market is now the liquid-cooled, fuel-injected CRF250L / CRF300L, the company has continued to produce the air-cooled XR250 Tornado Frame to Fame: Honda XR680R Scrambler – The XRR Scrambler: 680cc Mega-Thumper from Parr Motorcycles Since his first build back in 2018, we’ve been proud to feature the builds of Spencer Parr of Indiana’s Parr Motorcycles, watching his skills and reputation grow Big Red Baja: Honda XR680R Desert Racer – From 1988 to 1996, the big-bore Kawasaki two-strokes ruled the Baja 1000, ripping across the desert chaparral at more than 100 mph, covering the 1000-mile race in 10-20 hours. However, their arch-rival, Honda, has never Johnny Campbell Tribute: Honda XR628R Baja! – Desert King: GPgarage Moto builds a tribute to the King of Baja Johnny Campbell is a living legend of off-road racing, a man known as “The King of Baja” for his 11 Baja 1000 victories Honda XR400R “Rat Bike” from R.L. Allman’s Peter Pan – In this darkly re-imagined new series, Peter Pan flies on two wheels Ronnie Allman is a young filmmaker whose fascination with motorcycles can be traced back to his boyhood days. He grew up in Texas, Honda XR250 Tornado Scrambler by LBC Motorcycles – Retro Enduro built by Argentina’s Low Budget Customs The Honda XR250 Tornado was a Latin American equivalent of the XR250L, sporting an air/oil-cooled 4-valve DOHC tuned for better low-end torque and slightly less peak power Honda XR350R “Hoodoo” by Buscadero Motorcycles – Drool-worthy XR built for vintage motocross The Honda XR350R debuted to a good bit of fanfare in 1983. Together with its big brother, the XR500R, the big red enduro would help change the way people XLsinore: Honda XR600R Scrambler – The Honda XR600R was one of the most successful dirt bikes of all time, an air-cooled beast built from 1985 to 2000 — a wildly successful machine in both the desert and the woods. Out Honda XR600R Street Tracker by RotaJG – The Honda XR600R — affectionately known as the “Big Red Pig” — was the king of the desert for a decade and more. Introduced in 1985, the big air-cooled XR quickly rose to dominance at XARGHHH: Honda XR200 “UTE” by Revolt Cycles – Honda XR200 “UTE” built for two-wheelin’ across the Philippine islands The Honda XR200 is one of our favorite trail bikes. The 2-valve oversquare engine, in production for some 35 years or more, has the eager Honda XLR200 Tracker by Free Spirit Moto X Jets Q Kustoms – The Honda XLR200 was a genuine do-anything bike, a street-legal 200cc Honda thumper with parts scavenged from various models of the venerable XR series. Says Brian Jones of “The XLR turned out to be Honda 125 Scrambler by Slipstream Creations – Anyone who works on bikes for any length of time quickly accumulates a surplus of parts in their garage, shed, or shop. James Fawcett of Slipstream Creations is no exception. When his 13 year-old son, Street-Legal Honda XR600R by Therapy Garage – Street-legal XR600R wave-chaser for a San Diego fireman! The Honda XR600R is a bonafide legend — the dominant dirt machine of the 80s and 90s. Built to compete with the 500cc two-strokes at Baja, Honda’s Honda XR400 Tracker by Ace Custom Shop – “Black, black, and a lot more black” — one mean thumper from Colombia. The Sotomonte brothers of Colombia’s Ace Custom Shop founded their workshop in 2013 along with friend Andrés Cabrales. Though they build everything Honda XR250R Scrambler by Vertigo Moto & Design – The Honda XR250 is one of the hardiest thumpers on the planet — a stone-ax reliable, air-cooled machine that offers a boatload of grins-per-mile, especially on the loose stuff. The 30-hp XR250R was the competition Hot Wheels Honda XR250 Tornado Street Tracker – A South American Street Tracker built for the Hot Wheels 50th Anniversary The duo behind Argentina’s Herencia Custom Garage — German Karp and Fede Cubik — have quickly established themselves as some of the top Honda XR600 Scrambler: “End of Days” – A Baja legend built for the End of Days When Wayne Hawes of Australia first picked up his 1991 Honda XR600R, he planned to use the big thumper for some light trail riding with a Honda XL600 Dakar by Andrew Greenland – We have been watching the builds of Andrew Greenland ever since his red Honda Dominator custom was featured on Bike EXIF years ago. Since then, Andrew has turned out a stable’s worth of froth-worthy Honda Honda XR400 Custom by Bunny Builds – Street drags are alive and well in Southeast Asia, with events like Speed Wars II utilizing portable light-trees for 1/8 mile action. Many of the bikes are stripped-down, small-displacement machines built in small garages and Honda XR650 Tracker: “Alley Cat” – Here at BikeBound, we’ve been lucky enough to meet so many builders, riders, and fans from all over the world who simply “get it” when it comes to bikes. One of these is our new Honda XR125 Tracker by Jerry Formoso Kustoms – The Philippines have become a hotbed of custom bikes — especially small-displacement, beach-ready thumpers like the 3B Customs XR200 and Revolt Cycles TMX155. Now we’re proud to feature another surfer’s delight from the islands — Honda XR250 Tracker from Argentina – You know what we love? Dual-sport customs. Thumpers with style. Single-cylinder trackers that can jump curbs and climb stairs with rambunctious glory, that can race you to the cafe or take you camping with equal

What is the top speed of the 2000 XR250R?

Top Speed. The Honda XR250R top speed is 66 mph.

What is the highest speed of 250cc?

Is A 250cc Motorcycle Suitable For Beginner Riders? – Yes. In general, a complete novice can ride the majority of 250cc motorcycles with ease. Most 250cc motorbikes have a max velocity of roughly 80 mph, which is suitable for riders with small stature or inexperience and won’t overwhelm them.

  1. These bikes have enough power to move around and complete the necessary tasks but not enough to induce a novice rider to accelerate quickly or attain high speeds.
  2. Furthermore, compared to other engine sizes, 250cc motorcycles are reasonably priced to purchase, and many novice riders can afford them when operating and maintaining them is taken into account.

Not to mention that these bikes are a fun size to ride and quite lightweight, making them perfect for any new rider.

How many gears does a 250R have?

Honda CBR250R was available with a 249.60 cc Liquid Cooled, 4 Stroke, DOHC, SI Engine that was paired to a 6-speed gearbox.

What is the top speed of a 2023 250R?

The top speed of CRF250R is about 60-70 mph.

Has there ever been 300 mph wind?

The usual caveats – Of course, this list does not purport to be a list of the highest surface winds ever to have occurred in recent Earth history. They are only the highest known wind gusts captured by a reliable anemometer that managed to survive the conditions.

  • Doppler-indicated wind speeds of over 300 mph have been measured in a EF5 tornado (302 mph at an altitude above ground of 100 meters at Bridge Creek, Oklahoma on May 3, 1999).
  • Also, very few anemometers are physically capable of withstanding winds over 150 mph, so in many cases, during powerful tropical storms, they failed at a certain threshold for a variety of reasons (structure failure, debris hits, etc.).

Of course, it should also be noted that hurricane-hunting aircraft have measured higher winds while investigating Category 5 tropical storms in the Atlantic and Pacific Ocean basins. Christopher C. Burt Weather Historian KUDOS: To Jeff Masters, who researched the wind events at St.

How fast is a F1 tornado?

The Fujita Scale

The Fujita Scale of Tornado Intensity
F-Scale Number Intensity Phrase Wind Speed
F1 Moderate tornado 73-112 mph
F2 Significant tornado 113-157 mph
F3 Severe tornado 158-206 mph

Can you run faster than a tornado?

Do not try to outrun the tornado – While it may be tempting to try and outrun a tornado, this is not a wise choice. A tornado’s path can change in an instant, sometimes switching directions at random. You could be driving away from a tornado when it suddenly charges down your path. The day they arrived in Oklahoma to begin filming, most of the “Twister” cast, including star Bill Paxton, went storm chasing with NOAA researchers participating in the VORTEX field project designed to study tornadoes like this one. Though the cast didn’t see any tornadoes that day, VORTEX scientists took measurements of this one that occurred June 2, 1995, south of Dimmitt, Texas. (NSSL / NOAA)

What is the top speed of a Honda 250 road bike?

Honda CBR250R Acceleration
Speed Time
SS/KM 31.14/91 mph
SS/Mile 45.599/92 mph
Top Speed 93.3 mph

How fast does a 250cc Honda CBR go?

CBR250R –


Production 2011–2013 2011–2021 (Japan / Malaysia)
Assembly Samut Prakan, Thailand Manesar, India
Successor CBR300R
Class Sport
Engine 249.5 cc (15.23 cu in) DOHC liquid-cooled
Bore / stroke 76.0 mm × 55.0 mm (2.99 in × 2.17 in)
Compression ratio 10.7:1
Top speed 87 mph (140 km/h) 91.2 mph (146.8 km/h)
Power 23.7 hp (17.7 kW) @ 9,900 rpm (rear wheel) 21.9 hp (16.3 kW) @ 8,500 rpm 26.7 hp (19.9 kW) @ 8,500 rpm
Torque 12.7 lb⋅ft (17.2 N⋅m) @ 7,400 rpm (rear wheel) 14.65 lb⋅ft (19.86 N⋅m) @ 6,750 rpm
Ignition type CDI
Transmission Constant mesh 6- speed chain drive manual
Frame type Steel twin spar diamond, engine stressed
Suspension Front: non-adjustable 38 mm telescopic fork Rear: swingarm, 5-way adj. Unit Pro-link monoshock
Brakes Optional Combined ABS
Tires Front: 110/70-17M/C Rear: 140/70-17M/C
Rake, trail 25°, 95 mm (3.7 in)
Wheelbase 1,370 mm (54 in)
Dimensions L : 2,035 mm (80.1 in) W : 720 mm (28 in) H : 1,125 mm (44.3 in)
Seat height 780 mm (31 in)
Weight 153 kg (337 lb) (non-ABS) ( dry ) 161 kg (355 lb) (non-ABS), 165 kg (364 lb) (ABS) (claimed) 166 kg (366 lb) (ABS) ( wet )
Fuel capacity 13 L (2.9 imp gal; 3.4 US gal)
Fuel consumption 4.1 L/100 km (69 mpg ‑imp ; 57 mpg ‑US ) 4.16 L/100 km (67.9 mpg ‑imp ; 56.5 mpg ‑US )
Turning radius 2.5 m (8 ft 2 in)

The 249.5 cc (15.23 cu in) CBR250R was made from 2011 to 2013 for all Honda markets except Japan and Malaysia, where production continued after 2013. Originally intended primarily for the Thai and Indian markets, the 250R was sold worldwide, including in developed countries in Europe, North America and elsewhere.

How fast is a Honda xr200r?

Top speed & horsepower – The top speed of a stock XR200 is about 60 mph on flat ground, but that number doesn’t mean a whole lot unless you’re drag racing. Since it only has about 12 HP at the rear wheel, you’re not going to win many races, but that’s not what makes this bike so good.

Is the Honda 250r a 2 stroke?

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The Honda TRX250R was a sport ATV manufactured by Honda between 1986 and 1989. It combined a lightweight frame and good handling with a liquid-cooled two-stroke engine and six-speed close-ratio transmission. Although only being manufactured for four years, the “250R”, as it was known, was long a primary choice for ATV racers until the resurgence of factory involvement and usage of four-stroke engines in sport ATV’s beginning in 2003 and 2004.