Brands in the Nepali market: Crossfire Motorcycles

Classics Wheel Export & Import, the importer of Crossfire motorcycles in Nepal, has been selling Crossfire bikes in Nepal since 2013. It started out with its flagship enduro motorbike, the Crossfire XZ250RR. The company now sells four Crossfire models in the market: the Crossfire GR7 250, the Crossfire HJ 250, the Crossfire RM 250 Race Edition, and the latest, the Crossfire tracker 250.

1. Crossfire HJ 250

The Crossfire HJ 250 is one of the most comfortable, durable, and reliable dirt bikes sold in the Nepali market. The Crossfire HJ 250 comes decked out with CNC parts, which allow for a reduction in the bike’s overall weight, while also ensuring a high power.

The HJ 250 features an overall upgraded package compared to that of its predecessor, the GR7, in terms of its aesthetics, premium feel, power, braking, suspension, and many more.

Available versions: dirt and motard

Price: Rs 6,55,000

Displacement 249.6 cc
Max. torque22.5 NM @ 7000 rpm
No. of cylinders1
Cooling system Liquid cooling
Engine typeSingle-cylinder, 4-stroke, 4 valve, water-cooling, SOHC, built-in balance shaft
Fuel systemCarburettor
Brake horsepower30 bhp
Stroke53.6 mm
Bore77 mm
Wheelbase1465 mm
Ground clearance350 mm
Dry weight108 kg
Fuel tank capacity6 L
Starting methodElectric & kick
Displacement249.6 cc
Max net power19kw/9000
Front suspensionSZC telescopic 300mm suspension (adjustable)
Rear suspensionSZC CNC linkage 120mm suspension (adjustable)

2. Crossfire RM 250- Race edition 

The Crossfire RM 250 is one of the best-selling dirt bikes in Nepal and has remained a pioneer in the dirt-bike segment, fulfilling the needs of offroaders all over Nepal. 

The bike’s iconic double exhaust and its amazing power delivery make this beast a favourite for track, highway, and dirt-trailing overall.

Available versions: dirt and motard

Price: Rs 7,25,000

Length/width/ height2160 mm/850 mm/1320 mm
Wheelbase1460 mm
Ground clearance330 mm
Dry weight112 kg
Fuel tank capacity6.5 L
Starting methodElectric & kick
Displacement249.6 cc
Max. net power19 kW @ 9000 rpm
Max. net torque22.5 NM @7000 rpm
Brake horsepower30 bhp
Stroke53.6 mm
Bore77 mm
Compression ratio11.6:1
Engine typeSingle cylinder, 4-stroke, 4-valve, water-cooling, camshaft upward with balance shaft
Fuel systemCarburettor, NIBBI PWK34 SPORT
Brake type/size (front)Single 270mm disc (dirt & motard)
Brake type/size (rear)Single 240mm disc (dirt & motard)
Front suspension54/60, 950L, 47 fork, (dual, adjustable)
Rear suspension495L, (dual, adjustable)

3.Crossfire GR7 250

The Crossfire GR7 250 is one of the most affordable motorcycles in its segment, especially given what it offers. The overall design screams dirt-bikes-of-yore aesthetics, and it comes in with two colour variant: white-yellow and white-blue.

Available versions: dirt and motard

Price: Rs  5,45,000

Length/width/height2170 mm/ 830 mm/1285 mm
Wheelbase1465 mm
Ground clearance350 mm
Dry weight108 kg
Fuel tank capacity6 L
Starting methodElectric & kick
Displacement249.6 cc
Max. net power19 kW @ 9000 rpm
Max. net torque22.5 NM @ 7000 rpm
Brake horsepower30 bhp
Bore/Stroke77 mm / 53.6 mm
Compression ratio11.5:1
Engine typeSingle cylinder, 4-stroke, 4 valve, water-cooling, SOHC, built-in balance shaft
Fuel systemCarburettor
Tyre size (front)3.00-21 (dirt) & 110/70-17 (motard)
Tyre size (rear) 5.10-18 (dirt) & 140/60-17 (motard)
Front suspensionTelescopic 300mm suspension (adjustable)
Rear suspensionCNC linkage 120mm suspension (adjustable)

4.Crossfire Tracker 250

The Tracker 250 is the bespoke ride for Nepal. Its uncompromised versatility allows you to choose how to tackle any terrain, whether it’s charging across city streets or racing through a narrow dirt trail, you will always get the best of both worlds.

Tagged as ‘The Everyday Offroader’, the bike makes for the perfect fit for Nepal, offering as it does daily commuting comforts and more.

Price: Rs 3,48,000

Length/width/height1980 mm/820 mm/1220 mm
Wheelbase1380 mm
Ground clearance240 mm
Dry weight115 kg
Fuel tank capacity7.5 L
Starting methodElectric & kick
Displacement249 cc
Max. net power12.5KW @ 7000 rpm
Max. net torque18.5NM @ 5500 rpm
Brake horsepower20 bhp
Bore/Stroke70 mm / 65 mm
Compression ratio9:2:1
Engine typeSingle cylinder, 4-stroke, 2-valve, air-cooled engine
Fuel systemCarburettor
Tyre size (front)80 / 100
Tyre size (rear) 120 / 90

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