CRF250R Range

Step up to win

Honda CRF250R

MX2 competition is red hot. And you’ll find the new CRF250R at the centre of the fight. For 2025 it launches with the exact same chassis upgrades – and all its MXGP championship-winning pedigree – as the CRF450R, for high-speed cornering stability and control. The engine delivers even more mid-range drive, and now has the benefit of Honda Selectable Torque Control (HSTC) for maximum, race-winning rear wheel traction. New plastics define pure racing aggression. If you’re ready to step up the CRF250R is where you start your winning move.


  • CRF250R Standard
  • CRF250RX Standard
  • CRF250RWE Standard
Honda CRF250R dynamic image on track with MX rider

Race Ready

The CRF250R has new bodywork and chassis upgrades. And we’ve evolved the plastics to make it even easier to move where you want, when you want. The radiator shrouds covering the 6.3L titanium fuel tank offer smoother knee trajectory back and forward and everywhere around the bike race-minimal lines are clean and clear. Marking out the redesign are fresh CRF family graphics, and, for the first time, a Honda Wing sits up front on the mudguard.

Honda CRF250R dynamic front on image on track with MX rider

Competition Never Stops

In a normal year where the CRF450R leads, the CRF250R follows. But MX2 competition does not wait and this is not a normal year so, for 2025, we’ve given the CRF250R the exact same chassis upgrade as the MXGP machine. And make no mistake. This is a full-factory specification upshift, driven by what it takes for HRC to give our riders the bike – 250 or 450 – they need to win. At any level, it’s tough. But that’s what we like. We’ve raced MX for over 50 years, experienced all the highs and lows. What we know, is what you see here. The 2025 CRF250R.