Honda Moriwaki GP Mono 250 Arrives Next Month
Honda’s Moriwaki designed 250 GP race bike – the "GP Mono" MD250H – is due to arrive on Australian shores in January, and is set to offer junior racers another vital step in their career path.
Honda’s Moriwaki designed 250 GP race bike – the "GP Mono" (MD250H) – is due to arrive on Australian shores in January, and is set to offer junior racers another vital step in their career path.
Whilst the engine is inspired by the legendary CRF250X, Moriwaki have custom built the race-ready twin tube chassis, and included such high tech features as inverted telescopic front forks, Pro-Link rear suspension and hydraulic disc brakes all of which are derived directly from Honda’s RS125 grand prix bike.
Powered by a 4-stroke, liquid-cooled, electric start, single cylinder engine, the GP-Mono is designed specifically for the 15-year-old rider who is looking to develop their professional racing skills. The project is another indication of Honda’s commitment to junior racing in this country. The GP Mono will be available for competition in the 125GP class in Australia in 2008.
The bike will retail for $14990 and will be available from selected Dealers including Brisbane Motorcycles, Sydney City Motorcycles (Lane Cove), Redwing (VIC), Honda World (SA), Honda Shop (WA) and Motologic (VIC).