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Leisure bike: Honda’s offroad model rolls out

Honda Philippines Inc.  has  unveiled the  new CRF250 Rally type motorcycle.

Launched last April 2, 2019 in Tanauan City, Batangas, the release of the new off-road model comes after the launch of the upgraded CRF250L in the market. Likewise, The New CRF250 Rally type marks HPI’s continuous efforts in sustaining its presence in the on/off road sports category.

Leisure bike: Honda’s offroad model rolls out

“We are excited to announce the release of the new CRF250 Rally. This model is designed to take both on-road and off-road endurance riding with greater ease, which makes it a perfect ride for those who want to feel the toughness of the road,” said Hervic Villa, Department Manager for Motorcycle Planning of HPI.

A great fit for motorcycle enthusiasts seeking a weekend  ride, the leisure bike is a perfect fit for a few days with the open road. The bike features major charm points such as a new HRC-inspired sticker design and a bronze-colored inverted front fork, making it an instant eye catcher.

Meanwhile, it still retains key features like tall windscreen design, rally-racing inspired Twin LED headlight with carbon-like light cases and LED signal lights, and a fully digital instrument panel.

Leisure bike: Honda’s offroad model rolls out

The CRF250 Rally also comes with a number of features, including a powerful 250cc liquid-cooled DOHC Engine, large fuel tank capacity (10.1 liters), aerodynamic shroud and undercover, large tool box with key locking, large diameter front disk brake, sporty-aircraft type fuel tank cap, sharp tail light design and monoshock pro-link rear suspension.

“We, at Honda, are passionate in bringing our deep industry expertise to our riders. That is why we remain committed to providing innovations that are geared toward the Filipino people—this time to gearheads who enjoy using their motorcycles for offroad or recreational purpose,”  Villa added.

Topics: Honda Philippines Inc. , CRF250 Rally , motorcycle
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