The Jawa 250 was a motorcycle that brought with it a strong motocross lineage with recognition from across the world for its simplicity and robust construction. It soon became a cult among bikers across the nation, an example for expression of freedom, the iconic ‘ding ding’ exhaust note becoming a favourite of riders. The smooth, flowing body along with the discreet cabling appealed to a lot of buyers back then and still does in old-bike circles. The motorcycle made 13.2 bhp and 2.14 kgm from its 249cc 2-stroke motor which, combined with its agile and stable handling, made it an absolute hoot to ride.
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