Honda CBF250 Tracker 6

The Honda CBF250 is one of those bikes purely built to transport the owner from A to B on a fast, cheap and efficient way. If you take a look at this bike from a commuter’s perspective, the bike has it all. It’s light, handles well, has a low fuel consumption and is extremely reliable. The air-cooled 249cc single cylinder puts out 21hp, which is enough to get the bike rolling. But most of us might think the same as me: IT’S PRETTY BORING…!

But what would happen if you lend your 2004 Honda CBF250 to Jose “Pepo” Rosell? Well, he sure ditched the boring part out of it. Take a good look at the CBF250 Tracker “MK2” by XTR Pepo.

Honda CBF250 Tracker 2

I’m sure that this bike will be featured all over the web soon, with all the cool stories written, but let me just give you the quick facts:

  • Front mudguard from a Ducati Monster
  • NG front brake rotor
  • Frentubo brake line
  • Mash 125 head light
  • Vicma conical handlebar
  • Goneli grips
  • Mash 125 fuel tank
  • Monza gas cap
  • LIPO Battery
  • Tsubaki gold chain
  • DNA air filter
  • Super Mario exhaust
  • SPARK GP silencer

Parts by XTR:

  • Fiberglass seat
  • Upholstery
  • License plate bracket
  • Aluminum side plates
  • Clock
  • Footrests
  • Subframe

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By Published On: July 8, 2017Categories: Tracker0 Comments on Honda CBF250 Tracker by XTR Pepo1.4 min readViews: 572

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About the Author: Ron Betist

Ron Betist grew up with motorcycles with a father heading the Amsterdam motorcycle police force. He has been riding (legally) for over 40 years and motorcycles are his true passion. With a life-long career in marketing and sales he has a huge international network. He joined as a contributor at BikeBrewers in 2017 to spread his word about bikes with the rest of the world.

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Honda CBF250 Tracker 6

The Honda CBF250 is one of those bikes purely built to transport the owner from A to B on a fast, cheap and efficient way. If you take a look at this bike from a commuter’s perspective, the bike has it all. It’s light, handles well, has a low fuel consumption and is extremely reliable. The air-cooled 249cc single cylinder puts out 21hp, which is enough to get the bike rolling. But most of us might think the same as me: IT’S PRETTY BORING…!

But what would happen if you lend your 2004 Honda CBF250 to Jose “Pepo” Rosell? Well, he sure ditched the boring part out of it. Take a good look at the CBF250 Tracker “MK2” by XTR Pepo.

Honda CBF250 Tracker 2

I’m sure that this bike will be featured all over the web soon, with all the cool stories written, but let me just give you the quick facts:

  • Front mudguard from a Ducati Monster
  • NG front brake rotor
  • Frentubo brake line
  • Mash 125 head light
  • Vicma conical handlebar
  • Goneli grips
  • Mash 125 fuel tank
  • Monza gas cap
  • LIPO Battery
  • Tsubaki gold chain
  • DNA air filter
  • Super Mario exhaust
  • SPARK GP silencer

Parts by XTR:

  • Fiberglass seat
  • Upholstery
  • License plate bracket
  • Aluminum side plates
  • Clock
  • Footrests
  • Subframe

Honda CBF250 Tracker 1 Honda CBF250 Tracker 7 Honda CBF250 Tracker 5 Honda CBF250 Tracker 4 Honda CBF250 Tracker 3

By Published On: July 8, 2017Categories: Tracker0 Comments on Honda CBF250 Tracker by XTR Pepo1.4 min readViews: 572

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About the Author: Ron Betist

Ron Betist grew up with motorcycles with a father heading the Amsterdam motorcycle police force. He has been riding (legally) for over 40 years and motorcycles are his true passion. With a life-long career in marketing and sales he has a huge international network. He joined as a contributor at BikeBrewers in 2017 to spread his word about bikes with the rest of the world.

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