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Cycle News 1973 08 06

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.. N 1 M .... '" ~ !D' g PER THE·CONT NO CO « ~ w Z W -J U >U Marty Tripes wins the 1973 Superbowl of Motocross aboard a Honda CR·250M. .. , The winning equation at the 1973 Los Angeles Superbowl of Motocross was a rider named Marty Tripes paired to a motorcycle named the ElsinoreT" 250. The man and his bike were an indefatigable team. Marty- he's always out to win. And the Honda Elsinore CR·250M seemed destined to be a winner from the day we introduced it. After Honda's overall 250 Class win in the Tex-AMA Series, there was no doubt the Elsinore 250 had the handling, durability FROM MIGHTY TO MINI, and torque it takes to be a champ. The L.A. Superbowl MX victory is further evidence. The Elsinore CR·250M is the world's lightest production 250 Class two-stroke. And while you can buy it right off your nearest Honda dealer's showroom floor, you'll probably feel you're on top of a specially built works machine. And that's a good feeling. Whether you're Marty Tripes or you. . HONDA HAS IT ALL. Always wear a helmet and eye protection, keep your lights on and check local laws. CR's are for off·road competition use only, and are sold "as is" without any warranty. For color brochure, write: American Honda Motor Co.. Inc., Dept. AA, Box 50, Gardena, California 90247. "'1973 AHM.

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