The Honda CBF 250 release boasts of its good light handling, enough power and fun. It is very smooth and delivers a delightful cruise at around 65mph. Having the true Honda fashion, this type of motorcycle is reliable and sought after, with excellent value that can be handy on a daily work-ride.
Let’s take a look at a custom build that gave the economical motorcycle some flair and tracker attitude. As easy as the Honda CBF 205 is easy to throw around, an idea of a tracker conversion gives more that just performance, but good looks and road-flair. What a beauty.
XTR Pepo boasts of the makers of extreme bikes based on Madrid, Spain. They are the builders that manufacture dreams into reality.
Technical specs via Rocket Garage:
Donor Bike : Honda CBF 250’04
Modified Ducati Monster front mudguard
NG front brake rotor
Frentubo brake line
MASH 125 front light
Vicma conical handlebar
MASH 125 fuel tank
Monza gas cap
XTR tracker fiberglass solo seat
Modified frame with a new subframe
Modified Suzuki Bandit Footrests supports
Ergal cnc machined Puig Footrests.
XTR aluminum licence plate support
Tsubaki gold chain
DNA air filter
Super Mario exhaust
SPARK GP silencer
XTR aluminum side numberplates
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