Dual-Purpose Adventure Bike | CRF250L 2013 | Honda UK
Side on, right-facing red Honda CRF250L


Go anywhere

All terrain conqueror.

Derived from years of racing experience with the legendary CRF-R and CRF-X Motocross and Enduro bikes, the dual-purpose CRF250L blends true off-road capability with real world, street legal practicality.

Get the right start

It’s time to grow your motorcycling adventure.

What makes the CRF250L so good in the dirt - Long travel suspension, low weight, narrow dimensions, nimble-steering chassis and crisp, responsive engine – also make it great around town, on rough roads and in busy traffic. Add Honda build quality, superb ergonomics, comprehensive digital dash and 7.7 litre fuel tank to the mix and the CRF250L is not just dual-purpose, it’s ready for anything.

Honda CRF250L motorbike front-threequarter view with rider. (Location).

Multi-role partner

One motorcycle, many possibilities.

Lightweight aluminium rims reduce unsprung weight making the bike easy to turn. The directly attached spoke pattern layout is taken from the CRF250R/CRF450R and benefits from extreme rigidity. Block pattern enduro-style tyres provide superb grip in a wide range of situations, but the rim sizes also make it possible to fit more off-road specific tyres, turning the CRF250L into a more focused machine.

extreme close-up of tyre tread.
Close-up of rear section of bike, with rider (track location).
Close-up of front forks.
 3-quarter shot of rider descending dirt hill on CRF250L.

Purposeful lines

The crisp styling takes cues from the legendary CRF competition range.

The aggressive-looking graphics get you noticed with minimalistic MX design. The slim fuel tank holds 7.7L, and combined with the comfortable, flat seat offers maximum control and choice of riding position. The digital instrument cluster contains a fuel meter, with built-in clock and twin trip functions. Added to the excellent build quality and engineering standards expected from Honda, the CRF250L is ready to conquer all terrains.

Honda CRF250L motorbike front-threequarter view with rider. (Location).