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Lot 162: Honda CR125 Moto-Crosser

Important Collectors' Motorcars & Motorcycles, Bonhams (16 June 2012)

First introduced in 1973 under the 'Elsinore' model name (like its 250cc sibling), Honda's CR125 two-stroke moto-crosser remained at the top of the quarter-litre class until the sport's switch to four-strokes a few years ago. The CR125 debuted in steel-framed form with air-cooled engine, twin-shock rear suspension, 'right-way-up' forks and drum brakes, ending its days in 2008 with a liquid-cooled motor, mono-shock rear suspension, an alloy beam fame, 'upside-downers' and disc stoppers at both ends. The example offered here dates from 1996, the final year of the steel-framed CR125. Owned by the current vendor for the last four years, the machine has been used infrequently and is described as in working order  and also very fast. There are no documents with this Lot.

Lot Details
Auction Important Collectors' Motorcars & Motorcycles
Bonhams, Oxford, UK
Lot Number162
Outcome SOLD
Hammer Price£550
Hammer Price (inc premium)£632
Condition rating0
Registration number
Chassis numberHMXJE 5202692
Engine numberEJE01E 5204889
Engine capacity (cc)
Engine - cylinders
Number of doors