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  1. PICKERINGTON, OH - February 15, 2016 - (Motor Sports Newswire) - When Ben Horgen of Rochester, Minn., learned that the 1986 Honda CR250R that he won in an AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame raffle was an original-condition runner, he was thrilled. "Bikes aren't meant to sit and look at," said the 15-year AMA member. "Bikes are meant to be ridden. I'm looking forward to taking this one to a vintage race this year for sure." 1986 Honda CR250R raffle Horgen, who races hare scrambles, motocross, flat track and ATV motocross, was randomly drawn as the winner of the Honda CR250R raffle bike during the 2015 AMA Championship Banquet held in Columbus, Ohio, on Jan. 23. “I was reading the AMA Extra e-newsletter, saw there was a raffle and bought a ticket online,” Horgen said. “I really wasn’t planning on winning the bike. I was just sitting at home, thinking about racing, and saw it as a way to support the Hall of Fame museum. I want to make sure my little ones, who are 1 and zero, can grow up and see these old bikes at the museum.” All proceeds from the raffle help fund the AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame, a 501©(3) non-profit that is located on the AMA campus in Pickerington, Ohio. Each year, the Hall of Fame raises money with raffles of cool motorcycles, including original survivors, restored classics and cutting-edge customs. Currently, the AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame is raffling a 1947 Indian Chief. One of the most classic and recognizable American motorcycles of 20th Century, this vintage Indian Chief, with its muscular V-twin engine and deeply skirted fenders, is an iconic machine that has always stood apart from the crowd. You can receive one chance to win the Indian for a $5 donation, or receive five chances for a $20 donation. Donations may be made at http://www.motorcyclemuseum.org. You must be 18 years or older and a resident of the United States to win. The winning ticket will be drawn during AMA Vintage Motorcycle Days at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course in Lexington, Ohio, July 8-10. About the American Motorcyclist Association Founded in 1924, the AMA is a not-for-profit member-based association whose mission is to promote the motorcycle lifestyle and protect the future of motorcycling. As the world’s largest motorcycling rights and event sanctioning organization, the AMA advocates for riders’ interests at all levels of government and sanctions thousands of competition and recreational events every year. The AMA also provides money-saving discounts on products and services for its members. Through the AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame in Pickerington, Ohio, the AMA honors the heroes and heritage of motorcycling. For more information, visit www.americanmotorcyclist.com. Not a member? Join the AMA today.
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    Best drum brake VMX racer...
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    This is my 2000 Honda CR250 project build or should I say money pit. This poor bike came into my possession completely neglected and ready to be mourned. I took pity on this diamond in the rough and have given it a new lease on life. Im nearly $8000 into this bike and it includes many new parts and lots of titanium jewelry. Fully Rebuilt motor from the ground up. Freshly plated cylinder. New excel rims and stainless spokes all wrapped around a set of Talon hubs. Holding everything suspended is a set of 2006 CRF250 forks and rear shock (chosen because it was already set for the weight I was looking at). New FMF Gnarly pipe, chosen because I want the power of the biketo come on early as it’s going to be a single track trail bike; if I ever ride it. It’s got ceramic powevalve bearings because I wanted to see how they would change the opening of the power valve. I was going to do ceramic main bearings but at $200 I couldn’t afford it when I built the motor. The chassis is setup up with pivot works bearings through the whole bike. I opted for a rear brake pedal from hammerhead designs. This brake pedal was for a 2004 model but I thought I’d try it and see how it fit since thy didn’t list it as fitting my 00 model. It fits with only minor change needed. That change was an offset clevis. The bike is littered with titanium. Not everything I want to do but hey it’s expensive and I’m not a rich guy. Some titanium parts are the rear axle, swingarm pivot bolt, caliper mounting hardware, triple clamp bolts, engine mounting bolts, kickstart bolt, rear brake piston, sprocket bolts, rear disc bolts, plastics mounting bolts, seat bolts, peg pins, peg mounting bolts. Peg mounts are in the works and will be made of titanium with an upgraded design to use 02+ pegs. TMDesigns chain sliders. UFO plastics, Dunlop MX71 tire in the rear and a Michelin Enurocross up front. CORE aftermarket brake lines. Rebuilt calipers and master cylinders. New Airstryker carb and a set of VForce reeds system. More to come as I remember more and as I complete more, but in the meantime here is for your viewing pleasure.
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    I'm not sure, yet...
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    Awful in 2019, probably okay in 1989.
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    Fast and fun
  10. M3T4L

    Honda CR250R (2002)


    Blah, blah, blah, bahwraaaap.
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    love this bike
  12. joe.t

    Honda CR250R (1993)


    Love it
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  15. M_Ando

    Honda CR250R (1999)


    A work in progress. Currently going through a restore to take it back to it's (and mine) glory days
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  17. CvJeff

    Honda CR250R (2001)


    hauls ass
  18. md30

    Honda CR250R (2002)


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    Love it
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    2006 cr250 A60 wheels the best .
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    Good bike so far. Set up for woods and loving it. Rekluse Z-start Pro and Stealthy 12oz flywheel weight make it a blast.
  22. ramman

    Honda CR250R (1985)


    nice clean bike for 1985 i also have a 1995 cr500 I've been working on i got the top and bottom end done and the bike runs great it still needs all the plastic on it and a new tank i would sell it a at fair price.
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    Great bike for it's age.
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    The frame is stiffer than 3 month stale bread, but the engine is mind blowing. Hard on fuel though
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