New York-based streetwear brand, Supreme, took hypebeast culture to the world of motocross by collaborating with Honda on a limited edition CRF250R. The Supreme CRF250R is part of its Fall/Winter collection.

As expected, the Supreme CRF250R is only offered in red. This is the track-only model, and therefore, can not be registered for road use.

This special edition replaces the standard livery with red side panels, and has the Supreme logo across the number plate, fork guards, and fairings. The bike features HRC launch control and a Showa fork up front. Besides that, the CRF250R looks fairly stock.


As of this writing, we could not obtain the price of the motorcycle. However, based on their past collaborations, it is likely far more than its standard US$8,000 pricetag. Expect the price to shoot up even further in the hands of resellers.

The bike, along with the rest of the collection, was released on August 22 at Supreme’s NY, LA and European locations, while it was released in Japan on August 24.

Would you buy one?

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