Pro bike focus on Steve Holcombe’s fully-prepped new whip for the 2024 EnduroGP World Championship and Italian Enduro Championship seasons, the Honda RedMoto CRF 250RX Enduro.

Oosh this bike looks good, doesn’t it? After a high-profile move between race teams in the off-season, reigning EnduroGP World Champion Steve Holcombe is now an official Honda RedMoto rider and officially aiming for a the world title in the only class he hasn’t claimed a crown, E1.

That means a switch to a 250 four-stroke this season but also a not insignificant change to a twin spar aluminium and Showa factory suspension. It’s a big change and one which Enduro21 was keen to find out more about – read more here in our interview: 5 minutes…Steve Holcombe – new year, new bike and new challenges

Check Steve’s walk-around tour...


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The list of parts fitted to his boxfresh new Honda RedMoto race bike is a saucy one: Akrapovic exhaust, Acerbis plastics, GET electronics, Showa suspension, Galfer brake discs and pads, Supersprox, AXP sump guard, Metzeler tyres and mousses, XTrig triple clamps, Vertex pistons, CMT carbon parts components including fuel tank, DID chain, Haan hubs and Excel rims, TM designworks chain guard and runners, ODI handlebars, Rekluse clutch cover, Blackbird seat, Twin Air filter, Innteck parts, SKF bearings and Raptor Titanium footrests.

Feast your eyes on the bike bringing a smile to the world champion’s face this Spring in the gallery at the top of the page. 



Photo Credit: Honda RedMoto | Future7Media | Andrea Belluschi