The Honda trials Four-stroke models.
This blog aims only to make a simple review of all Honda trial bikes. All your comments and pictures are welcome. Thanks for your help.This blog is a short summary of the website with the same name. D'ont forget to take a look at following adress:
1982 was a great year for Honda, Eddy Lejeune won the first World Champinship riding the RTL360, The following two years 1983 and 1984 Eddy Lejeune continued giving joys to Honda, he also won two years more the World Championship.
Based on this successfull RTL360, Honda made at end of 1982 a really good and competitive series trial bikes, the new TLR's.
Piers Dillon onboard his TLR 250 at the VMMC trial Billown, Isle of Man, 2010
TLR250 equipped with special Petrol tank-seat kit. Picture thanks to Mike Pearce
TLR250 equipped with special Petrol tank-seat kit blue Red-Bull painted. Picture thanks to Mike Pearce
Thanks to Dean Swann. Nice Honda TLR 250 with RTL 250 cc engine fitted.
These TLR bikes were a essential milestone on the Honda trials history.
The bike was offered in two different engines and practically same frame, TLR250 and TLR200. The first one had a HRC based (but not developed) 249 cc displacement, 4 stroke and two valves engine. Second one, the TLR200 had 194 cc 4 stroke engine.
From Australia Steven Hervie sent me this well performed Honda TLR 250
From Spain, the nice Josep Feliu's TLR 250 performed by Limit Motos. It is standing by the UPY stand bike.
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Mr Soichiro Honda
Born in November 1906 in Tenryu, Japan, and died in August 1991 (aged 84), Mr Honda founded in 1948 the Honda Motor Company
Racing Service Center
In the early 1970's Honda created a separate company to oversee racing, the company was called RSC, Racing Service Center. Later, in September 1982, RSC changed to HRC and began the Honda's racing, endurance, trials and motocross racing programs.
Honda Racing Corporation
The HRC logo began to be applied on 1982. HRC Division headquarters is based in Saitama, Japan and Aalst in Belgium. Tetsuo Suzuki is the President and Shuhei Nakamoto his Vice President. The main service is the Research and development of racing motorcycles and parts.
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