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Honda CRF250 Rally

Adventure everywhere

the spirit of dakar


Honda CRF250 Rally logo.

Dual-sport that works three ways

A motorcycle that’s hungry for weekend adventure, some long distance touring and ready for the daily commute.

For the adventurous

A small capacity machine made for the serious dual-sport rider.

With styling that’s directly linked to the HRC CRF450 RALLY Dakar racer, the CRF250 RALLY has the look of a competitive desert racer that could take on the world. This bike delivers a real taste of adventure to riders who prefer a light, easy-to-manage machine. Around the world or around the block, it’s good to go anywhere you want to take it – trail or tarmac.

Close up of Honda CRF250 Rally headlights.
Front facing Honda CRF250 Rally.
Front three-quarter facing Honda CRF250 Rally off road location.
Close up of Honda CRF250 Rally signage.


Which one will be yours – Enduro or Adventure?

Side facing Honda CRF250 Rally. CRF 250 RALLY A dual purpose, Adventure style motorcycle with EURO4, DOHC, 4-valve engine. Includes: Showa suspension, 10.7 litre fuel tank. 2210mm wheelbase, 270mm ground clearance, 895mm seat height, two-channel ABS brakes and LED headlight and indicators.
Side facing Honda CRF250L. CRF250L A dual purpose, Enduro style motorcycle with EURO4, DOHC, 4-valve engine. Includes: Showa suspension, 7.8 litre fuel tank. 2195 wheelbase, 255mm ground clearance, 875mm seat height and two-channel ABS brakes.

Explore the CRF250L

Inner strength

The driving force comes from it’s close relative: the CRF20L.

A Honda CRF250 Rally and CRF250L in a wooded area.

Seat height is 895mm, 20mm taller than the CRF250L for a better view of your surroundings.

The engine is a revamped, EURO4 compliant, 250cc liquid-cooled single-cylinder. It’s a four-valve DOHC type, which makes 24.4hp at 8,500rpm and 16.66lb/ft torque 6,750rpm, thanks to a revised air-box, throttle body and new, lighter exhaust system.

Trial by trail

An engine that’s matched with a frame constructed from steel – with twin oval-section main spars and a semi-double cradle – is a strong combination, and tough enough to take on a long, off-road excursion.

The right balance

A primary balance shaft reduces engine vibration, while the six-speed gearbox and clutch are manufactured to cope with the extra stress of riding off road – as well as delivering smooth control in town traffic.

A Honda CRF250 Rally and CRF250L on location.
Side facing Honda CRF250 Rally.

A skid plate protects the machine’s underside and the gear lever features a folding tip.