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The Honda NSR250 and Honda RS250RW were race motorcycles manufactured by Honda Racing Corporation to race in the 250cc class of the Grand Prix motorcycle World Championship. Both names identified the factory specification bikes entrusted to works teams, while customer teams used the production racer Honda RS250R. The first bike debuted in 1985 as Honda RS250RW, then from 1986 to 2002 the factory bikes were named NSR250.

 

In 2003 the RS250RW name was resurrected until the demise of the 250 cc class. The 250 cc class world championship was won 11 times by riders riding the Honda RS250RW and NSR250: Freddie Spencer (1985), Anton Mang (1987), Sito Pons (1988, 1989), Luca Cadalora (1991, 1992), Max Biaggi (1997), Daijiro Kato (2001), Dani Pedrosa (2004, 2005) and Hiroshi Aoyama (2009).

 

Tribute to the 1991 season - for the 30-year anniversary

  • 1 - Luca Cadalora | 1991 | History NSR250
  • 2 - Helmut Bradl | 1991 | History NSR250
  • 3 - Carlos Cardus | 1991 | History NSR250

 

Phone-Case

 

  • Materials: 100% polycarbonate (shell), 100% TPU (lining)
  • Dual layer case for extra durability and protection
  • Available with a glossy or matte finish
  • Clear, open ports for connectivity
  • Blank product sourced from Korea

Helmut Bradl | 1991 | History NSR250 - Samsung

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