Honda Rebel Information:
The Honda Rebel, also known as the Honda CMX250, is of cruiser-style motorcycle from Honda. They've made the model on and off since 1985. Featuring a 234 cc straight-twin engine, it is part of the CM series of cruisers. It is commonly used in certified rider training courses by the Motorcycle Safety Foundation. The Honda Nighthawk 250 standard also uses the same engine.
The Honda Rebel uses a single disc brake in the front and a drum in the rear, with a standard down 1 st , up -2 nd to 5 th 5-speed transmission. The only gauge on the motorcycle is the speedometer that includes gear recommendations based on speed, as there is no tachometer.
In 1986 and 1987 only, Honda also made a Rebel 450 model, with a 450-cc engine as a way to attract female riders who were new to the world of motorcycling.
2016 was the last model year for the Honda Rebel 250 in America. It was replaced with the Honda CBR250RR in 2017. The replacement model is the first CBR motorcycle to have a twin-cylinder engine bearing the RR moniker, as this model number was previously used as the name for a four-cylinder bike that sold between 1990 and 1996.
However, the Honda Rebel is still available in a 500-cc engine configuration known as the Honda Rebel 500, which hit the market in the spring of 2017.