Lifestyle and fashion brand Supreme dropped a preview of its 2019 Fall/Winter collection due to launch in stores soon and the wide range of accessories and gear offer a slew of collaborations between the luxury street-wear brand and other famous companies. The one that caught our attention is a dirt bike collaboration with Honda which is built upon the CRF250R – a bike purpose-built for motocross racing. Revised for 2019, the standard CRF250R is available only in a single color option of red. The Supreme CRF 250R, as everyone would expect, is even more red, without any design decals except for the large-sized Supreme branding on the sides. The company’s branding also makes its way on the front fork dust covers and front panel. Although, there is no official confirmation, but all the changes on the Supreme bike are only to the aesthetics and not mechanical.
The standard 2019 Honda CRF250R is powered by an updated 250cc, liquid-cooled, single-cylinder engine, which gets launch control for motocross racing. The bike is suspended on Showa 49mm coil-spring fork and Showa shock which help the motocross bike tackle the roughest and most challenging terrains. There’s no word on the pricing of the Supreme x Honda CRF250R as of yet, but the standard model costs $8000. The new Fall/Winter collection is set to release on August 22 at Supreme’s NY, LA and European locations, while Japan should see an August 24 release.