Each bike is custom-built to order. The one we rode had hard-anodized suspension, a conventional Suzuki fork, tricked-out wheels and a powdercoated frame and swingarm that raised the price from $5800 to $6500. On the track, there is nothing vintage about this motorcycle. It feels crisp and fresh, and not at all like a remanufactured used bike. The modified engine and cone pipe offer excellent performanceas good or better than any Honda of this vintage we’ve ridden. Power comes on low and strong, with better response than the stocker. Honda CR250s of this era suffered against Yamaha YZ250s, but this engine is competitive with any modern two-stroke. It is fast without being brutal. The engine carburetes cleanly and barks out of turns. All in all, it’s a very fun bike to ride on a modern motocross track.