Supreme Collaborated With Honda on This Rad Dirt Bike

August 19, 2019 Cars : Motorcycles By

The skateboard, fashion and lifestyle brand Supreme released the preview of its Fall/Winter collection due to launch in stores on Thursday. One of that collections undoubted highlights is a dirt bike collaboration with Honda using a CRF 250R.

The CRF 250R is a pared-down bike designed for motocross racing. Honda describes it as an “absolute holeshot-seeking machine.” For folks who don’t speak motocross, that means the bike has a launch control system and accelerates quickly. The standard CRF 250R comes in one color, red. The Supreme CRF 250R gets even redder with the classic Supreme branding.

Supreme has not released pricing yet. So we don’t know what the markup on the $8,000 bike (and subsequent markup after these editions undoubtedly sell out) will be. For some perspective, a Hotwheels 1992 BMW M3 collaboration from the Spring/Summer 2019 initially sold for $30. The current going rate on eBay for one is in the $140 range. Remember that figure is for a Hotwheels car.

If plunking down for the special edition Honda bike is a bit beyond your price range, the Supreme-branded burner phone in the collection should be a bit more affordable.

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Tyler Duffy

Tyler Duffy is Gear Patrol's Motoring Staff Writer. He used to write about sports for The Big Lead and The Athletic. He has a black belt in toddler wrangling. He's based outside Detroit.

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