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For 2017, the Honda CRF250R didn’t see any changes, as most of the attention was focused on the all-new 450. Although the 250cc machine isn’t quite up to par with the rest of the manufacturers in the power department, the red bike still boasts a proven uni-cam engine design, titanium intake and exhaust valves along with the power selection controls on the handlebars. The 2017 CRF250R will also continue on with the weight distributing dual exhaust and the Showa SFF Triple Air Chamber Air Fork. We headed for Milestone MX Ranch yesterday to test out the red machine, so check out what our newest test rider Brandon Scharer had to say in our “First Impression” of the CRF250R.