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All of the Revs: 1993 Honda CBR250RR on eBay

It's hard to describe what the 1993 Honda CBR250RR meant to the riding masses to audiences in this country, as riders here have never been required to buy starter bikes before moving on to more powerful machines. If you can get your license and qualify for financing in the United States, whatever race replica you want is all yours, sonny. Speed and consequences be damned, this is America. In Europe, Asia and Australia, there is no such laissez-faire attitude, and beginners were made to start on small-displacement machines, which bred a market for sophisticated mounts that young or starting riders could enjoy.

1993 Honda CBR250RR for sale on eBay

The 1990-1996 Honda CBR250RR carried a jewel-like 250cc inline four, good for around 40 horsepower and a screaming 18,000 rpm redline. The chassis were hung with lovely bodywork and full-grown suspension, which mean the bikes ride and handle like the quality machines that they are. They might have been designed for people just starting out, but they bring something for everyone.

This 1993 Honda CBR250RR is being sold by our friends at Moto2 Imports in Delaware. As with the majority of their wares, this bike is clean as a whistle, carries a clean title, and has been serviced in preparation for sale.

From the eBay listing:

1993 Honda CBR250RR MC22
15,383 miles (24,767km)
Very good overall condition
US Title

Imported directly from Japan by Moto2 Imports, the original "RR" is not your ordinary small displacement sport bike. With an 18,000 RPM redline, this little screamer puts out 45 horsepower and weighs just 315lbs. Thats more power and less weight than a Yamaha R3, Kawasaki Ninja 300, or a KTM RC390.

This machine has been nicely upgraded with front wave rotors and a full Daishin Racing aftermarket exhaust system. Bike was just serviced with new battery, oil & coolant. Carbs were removed, inspected & cleaned. Brand new tires (110/70/17 F, 140/70/17 R). Sprocket/chain in nearly new condition. Brake pads are good. Chassis and engine are both very clean (see naked bike pics). Bodywork is aftermarket but is in good overall condition. Tank is OEM with 100% rust free interior.

Bike starts perfectly and runs/revs like it should. Lights, blinkers, horn and operating controls all working. Daishin exhaust gives it a nice, throaty growl. Comes with US title. See all 24 hi-def pics and three videos at the links below. More pics and video available on request.

Buy It Now for $7,500. Bike is located in Dover, DE and we can arrange shipping to anywhere in the US and Canada at additional cost. Please contact seller with any questions.

Walk Around

Cold Start

Revving

The buy-it-now is set at $7,500, which is in line with the cost of entry for most greymarket small-displacement bikes in this condition. The riding season is nearing its close, but this machine will make amazing garage art until the roads thaw in spring.

6 Comments

  • Tank doesn’t match the rest of tge fairing and starting in 93 the cdi was more restricted than the earlier years. Due to the Japanese law they started requiring less hp on all bikes so earlier models have more hp went from allowing 45hp to 40.

    I believe real hp to the rear wheel is something like 35. After seeing one in person all desire for wanting one went right out of the window for me.

  • Weird how the tank doesn’t seem to match.

    There’s no comparison between these and the new class of small displacement bikes. I replaced my RC390 with a 3LN FZR250R (1989) and absolutely love it.

  • A quick Google images search leads me to believe you are correct on the paint match. The tank looks like it is from a different paint scheme than the fairings. Both factory schemes, from what I can tell, just not the same factory scheme.

  • The seller says the bodywork is aftermarket (Chinese I assume). The tank is right, the plastic is wrong.

  • By gum, you’re right… I missed that part.

  • Sold for $6,000

    dc

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