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Bobryshev And Gajser Unveil 2015 Honda Crfs At MXGP Of Italy
Posted by: newsla on Jun 14, 2014 - 05:21 PM
Bobryshev And Gajser Unveil 2015 Honda Crfs At MXGP Of Italy

HRC riders Evgeny Bobryshev and Tim Gajser were on hand to unveil Honda’s new 2015 motocrossers to the MXGP media today ahead of Sunday’s FIM Motocross World Championship Grand Prix at Italy’s historic Maggiora track.


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The 2015 machines represent further evolution for two key models in Honda’s CRF line-up, which ranges from the youngster-friendly CRF50F through to the CRF450 RALLY, which has this week been competing in the fourth round of the FIM Cross-Country Rallies World Championship in Sardinia.

Both the new CRF450R and CRF250R will be on public display at Maggiora tomorrow, and subsequent MXGP rounds in Germany and Sweden.

Evgeny Bobryshev, MXGP No.777
“The new 450 looks great and I’m looking forward to getting my hands on it later in the summer. The new selectable power maps are going to help a lot of riders, and I’m really happy to see developments like the HRC-spec cylinder head going from our factory bike to the standard one.”

Tim Gajser, MX2 No.243:
“It’s awesome to be with Honda as a 17 year old in my first full year in MX2, and to be involved in unveiling the new bikes. The 250 has loads of adjustability now with the new air forks and selectable power mode, plus some more stopping power with the bigger front disc and it will be fun to try it out soon.”

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