Honda XR250 1979

Honda XR250 1979

This is a discussion on Honda XR250 1979 within the For Sale forums, part of the Classifieds category; Looking to sale or trade my Honda dirtbike. Has been sitting for awhile and will need the carburetor cleaned and needs new tires. PM me ...

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    Honda XR250 1979

    Looking to sale or trade my Honda dirtbike. Has been sitting for awhile and will need the carburetor cleaned and needs new tires. PM me offers and I’m also open for trades especially for atvs doesn’t matter the condition.
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    What are you asking for it?

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    By gawd, that's from my era of racing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bird (this time) View Post
    By gawd, that's from my era of racing.
    No kidding. We ran the Elsinore engine.
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    Hodaka!

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    I had a XR 250 R from 1987 to 1990. That was a good motorcycle. Then I thought I had the motocross riding down so I upgraded to a CR 500R. How I did not die from riding that thing I have no idea. Mine had a unpredictable power band. Never knew exactly when it would kick in. You could be cruising along, hit full throttle, see the front end come up, feel it leave your crotch, land on your back, watch your motorcycle from beneath it, hear it land behind you and then get up and run because the possessed bastage could be coming for you on it’s own.


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    Quote Originally Posted by murphranch View Post
    I had a XR 250 R from 1987 to 1990. That was a good motorcycle. Then I thought I had the motocross riding down so I upgraded to a CR 500R. How I did not die from riding that thing I have no idea. Mine had a unpredictable power band. Never knew exactly when it would kick in. You could be cruising along, hit full throttle, see the front end come up, feel it leave your crotch, land on your back, watch your motorcycle from beneath it, hear it land behind you and then get up and run because the possessed bastage could be coming for you on it’s own.


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    I have a really long ugly scar on a part of my anatomy that nobody wants to see from an example just like yours. I rode that CR250 for awhile and it rode me for awhile.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kwaynem View Post
    What are you asking for it?
    I’m really looking into trading it

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    I remember that track at 59/Douglas. You wouldnt even recognize it now.
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