This week, we give you an exclusive look at a 2006 Honda CR250R built by the SLR Honda off-road team for Ricky Dietrich to race at this year’s Two-Stroke World Championship on this week’s Two-Stroke Tuesday. There are products from Risk Racing and Polisport Plastics featured in the 2-Stroke Hardware section and 2-Stroke Theater is all about Honda premix-burning rocket ships. Honda 2-Stroke faithful won’t want to miss the exclusive link at the bottom of this post to a sweet CR250R off-road project.
The SLR crew built this CR250R with team sponsors, some help from Bonanza Plumbing and lots of elbow grease!
Pro Circuit and Hinson Racing go together like peanut butter and jelly on older Honda two-stroke builds.
The Works Connection clutch perch is a staple on older two-stroke builds.
IMS Core MX pegs provide a larger contact pad than OEM pegs and tons of grip.
The Pro Circuit stainless steel R-304 shorty gave this CR250 that signature factory sound.
The top-end was modified by legendary two-stroke engine builder Terry Varner and ran strictly on race gas. Ricky got the holeshot in moto two so you know it’s fast. A V-Force reed block would help in the performance department as well.
AHM rebuilt a set of stock wheels, adding some Cerakote to the hubs, new spokes and a set of DID Dirtstar black rims. STI Tech-2 Pro tires provided some much needed traction.
Bonanza Plumbing is a big part of this build making it financially possible. Split Designs topped off the build with custom SLR team graphics kit.
RISK RACING A.T.S STAND
The Risk Racing A.T.S. Stand features an adjustable top with oversized non-marring rubber surface, anodized CNC machined aluminum turnbuckles a magnetic bolt panel on both sides with a powder coated steel construction for durability.
POLISPORT HAMMER HANDGUARDS
The Hammer Handguard from Polisport features a minimalistic design with horizontal vents and carbon texturized plastic shield to protect your hands and the bike clutch perch or master cylinders. The universal mounting system is was created for easy installation on crowded handlebars.
If you like the 2006 Honda CR250R featured this week check out this clean 2004 CR250 off-road build we did a few months back. CLICK THE IMAGE BELOW FOR THE COMPLETE STORY!