CRF250L

About the CRF250L

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Styling

Side view

Capitalizing on flush-surfaced shrouds, side covers, and rear fender, the development team made the frame into a set of smooth surfaces that expresses a new-era CRF styling derived from ergonomic design yet does not get in the way of venturesome off-road riding. An up-type muffler with a tapered shape is adopted and combines with the muffler cover and tool box on the left side to produce a shape reminiscent of a side racing number plate.

(The photo shows the prototype)

Rear design

The rear fender expresses an uplifting feeling by adopting a pleasant "backward-leap" design. In addition, the turn signals and taillight are placed at the bottom of the rear fender along with a tool box that can be locked on its left side in a well-balanced and compact manner.

Tool Box Close

(The photo shows the prototype)

Tool Box Open

(The photo shows the prototype)

Tool box on the left side to produce a shape reminiscent of a side racing number plate.

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