Honda's cool new £4099 Supermoto

Honda's CRF250M. Just like the CRF250L but with supermoto wheels and tyres.
Honda are on a roll right now with one of the widest ranges of any motorcycle manufacturer from cool 50cc scooters to big tourers, and it's about to get even bigger with the news of another new Honda for 2013 - a new 250cc Supermoto.

The new CRF250M is the firm's A2-licence friendly supermoto.

Based on the CRF250L launched last year, the bike features fat 17-inch wheels with road tyres front and rear. It uses the same engine and chassis as the traillie-based CRF250L, fat upside down front forks, and a liquid-cooled 249cc motor.

It costs £4099 on the road and will be available in UK Honda dealers in early summer.

If it's as good as the CRF250L, and we've no doubt it will be, then we can't wait to get our hands on one.

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