- Model: CBR250R
- Year: 2012
- Price negotiable?: YES
- City: Dayton
- State: Ohio
- Country: United States
- Zip/Postal Code: 45449
- Listed: March 26, 2018 3:02 pm
- Expires: 5 days, 16 hours
Selling my 2012 Honda CBR250R. I am the second adult owner. Bought this from a gentleman down in Cincinnati who was selling to move to a bigger bike. I’m not riding as much anymore, so we’re putting it up for sale.
Bike is in excellent condition. It’s never been dropped. It’s running an aftermarket performance Delkevic exhaust for a little more volume and road presence. I have the original OEM exhaust as well. If you want to go back, it’s an easy bolt-on swap. I also modded the tail, removing the mud guard for a cleaner look.
Bike has 10,187 mi. on it and runs smooth still! I used to commute to work more frequently on the bike, but my job is now out of town. I’ve changed the oil every season. It’s stored all through the cold winter months on a bike stand and under a bike cover. I had a fresh battery put in it last fall and the chain retensioned. Tires still have great tread on them. The bike has been 100% reliable for me!
I absolutely love the electronic ignition firing up every single time. You never have to mess with the throttle choke or anything. The bike has plenty of low end torque for fun around town commuting. I’ve ridden with my wife on back every now and then and it’s perfectly fine in the city. On back roads, the low center of gravity and lighter weight make it absolutely checkable in the corners. No matter how you drive it, you’ll consistently get ~70mpg.
I’ll include a brand new helmet (it didn’t fit my wife), a riding jacket, and gloves if you’d like. Bike comes with all original paperwork, a cramp buster throttle grip, a rear wheel aluminum bike stand, a bike cover, and both original keys.
Cash ONLY. Absolutely no trades. I will not respond to low ball offers. I’m not in a rush to sell. I will reserve the right to allow test rides only for licensed riders who know how to ride. If you don’t know how to ride, I’m sorry, I’m not going to let you practice your first try on my bike. I’m happy to demonstrate the bike for you if you’re a beginner.