Honda’s CRF450R and CRF250R are the bikes that winning riders choose at races all across the country, and this year they’re better than ever. The CRF250R gets major power updates (new piston, rod, valve springs and titanium exhaust valves), while both bikes get some suspension upgrades, including a longer Showa® SFF-Air TAC fork for the 250. They’re ready to win.
It’s the little things that make the difference between that sweet taste of champagne and finishing somewhere in the back of the pack. Because, face it, every racer wants to win, and most motocross bikes these days are pretty darn good. That’s why you have to bring your best to every moto. And that’s why Honda is bringing some updates to what was already the best bike in the class, our CRF250R.
This year’s fine tuning gives the CRF250R what it needs to keep you in front. New, larger radiators handle the output from a more powerful engine, which includes more cam lift and new titanium exhaust valves. Larger-diameter muffler pipes and a new resonator also help increase power. In terms of suspension, the Showa® SFF-Air TAC Fork is five millimeters longer, and now features a Schrader valve to make adjusting the balance chamber easier. There’s even a new chain-roller diameter—our engineers haven’t missed a thing. And it’s all with one goal in mind: Giving you the best 250 MX bike there’s ever been. Mission accomplished!
Honda’s engine technology and Montesa’s championship heritage—talk about a perfect combination. And now it’s even better. The all-new Montesa Cota 300RR features a bigger 288cc Unicam® engine, reduced weight, new suspension and more. It’s a works-level ride for anyone who takes trials riding seriously.
The Honda Montesa team has produced two of the most brilliant trials machines the world has ever seen: the Montesa Cota 4RT260 and the all-new Montesa Cota 300RR.
What’s the difference? Cota 4RT260 is a cutting-edge trials bike, the perfect combination of Honda’s engine technology and Montesa’s world-championship trials experience. The Cota 300RR takes things a step further: It’s a true limited-edition factory replica, with an engine that now displaces a full 288cc, thanks to both a larger piston and a long-stroke crank. It also features a new ECU with a twin-map option: with the flick of a handlebar-mounted switch you can even choose between two ignition maps for varying levels of available traction. And finally, the Cota 300RR is two pounds lighter than the Cota 4RT260.
Serious about winning? Or just serious about trials riding on the best bike available? Either way, there’s a Montesa Cota that’s right for you. Both are available in limited quantities. But take our word—the wait’s been worth it.
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