Monday, February 25, 2013

1972 Trick Honda XL250 - and you thought four-strokes for motocross were passe, right?

Two Honda XL250 Articles for the price of one: Trick Honda XL250 - When we did our preview test of the Honda XL250 in the April issue, few of us suspected that the machine would become the basis for winning the Baja 1000. And yet another non-factory machine, prepared by Bill Bell at Long Beach Honda, has beaten the 250 two-strokes at local motocross tracks in the Southern California area. The Red Line Honda - a special XL250 frame - expensive, but the ultimate route for racing applications. Regular readers will remember the tragic test of the harold Alison Norton 750 which featured a Red Line Engineering frame built by Linn Kastan...Perhaps the ultimate modification is fitting a Honda engine in a Red Line frame, which is approximately 2 in. lower than a standard XL250 unit.... 1972 Trick Honda XL250 / Red Line Honda - 2 Articles, 4-Pages available at www.DadsVintageAds.com CLICK THE PICTURE TO "BUY IT NOW"

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