This weekend Michele Cervellin will debut the all new Honda CRF250RW at the MXGP of the USA for round 17 of the FIM world motocross championship.
The Factory-spec machine is based on the new 2018 CRF250R which was unveiled recently in Lommel. Honda Racing Corporation has given the bike the full works treatment in the hopes of making it a highly competitive machine in the MX2 class.
“This weekend we debut the all new Honda CRF250RW which we are quite excited about, said HRC MXGP General Manager Roger Harvey. Miki has been testing the bike over the last few weeks so we are looking forward to seeing how he does in competition at this new to the MXGP calendar Jacksonville track.”
Cervellin is undoubtedly looking forward to campaigning the new machine after an up and down season. “I am really looking forward to riding in the US this weekend on the new CRF250RW, he said. I really like the power of the new bike, it is also much better off of the starts so I think we should be able to get a good start and then a better result from that.”
MX2 qualifying race starts at 3:25pm local time on Saturday 2nd September.