This weeks Project Bike Spotlight is the 2014 CRF 250R with some upgrades for Off-road riding. We made a motocross model CRF into a capable off-road machine. The big tank and headlight are a must for long trail rides that could go into the night. We loved the versatility of the Honda CRF 250R with a few tweaks and upgrades on it, this bike was ready for any terrain.
Backyard Design made us a set of graphics that made the bike look fast even when it was sitting on the stand.
The EarthX lithium batteries are designed to be lightweight and maintenance-free. The XXXX model has the capability to store large amounts of energy, recharge quickly and has a built-in electronics to prevent over-discharging, over-charging, plus keep the cells’ charge level balanced .
The stainless steel FMF 4.1 RCT single-sided exhaust system features a MegaBomb header providing power gains and one silencer with spark-arrestor capabilities for weight savings. Every single-sided FMF CRF250R system comes with an additional left-side flat number plate for free (not pictured)!
STI’s Extreme Duty tubes are made of butyl rubber using their 3mm spec, making it 30 percent thicker than most heavy-duty tubes available and 80 percent thicker than most standard tubes.
Seal Savers are designed to protect the seals from dust, dirt and mud. The new Zip-Ons can be installed in a matter of minutes and do not require removing your forks from the triple clamps.
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