The Honda Dream CB250 was a motorcycle manufactured by Honda from 1968 to 1969 and only released for sale in Japan. It had a 249 cc air-cooled parallel twin SOHC four-stroke engine with a claimed 30 horsepower (22 kW) at 10,500 rpm. It was Honda's first 250 cc motorcycle with vertical cylinders and a 5-speed transmission. The CB250 was made to replace the CB72 Hawk. However, make sure you have your Honda CB250 repair manual when you are repairing your S60. From personal experience, I verify that having one can save you from a lot of headaches.
The Honda CB250 G5 is a motorcycle that was manufactured and sold predominantly in Europe between 1974 and 1976. It had a capacity of 249 cc. The CB250 G5 was also a parallel-twin, four-stroke motorcycle. It had a 6-speed gearbox.
The CB250N Super Dream was a 249 cc bike. In the United Kingdom, due to the licensing laws at the time allowing learners to ride any motorbike with a capacity under 250cc, the CB250N was popular. During its production run it had several variations: CB250N (1978-1979), CB250NA (1980), CB250NB/NDB Deluxe (1981) and CB250NDC (1982-1985) and CB250NDD (1983-1986). So, before you go work on your CB250, whether it be an old one or a new one, make sure you grab your Honda Cb250 service manual today.