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Spirit of 76 Fuel-up Log

2012 Honda CBR250R
Property of adrondube. Added May 24 2014

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Sep 16 2015

  • 234.4
  • 3.001
  • $1.799
  • $5.40
  • 78.1

Added by adrondube on Sep 16 2015 at 2:06 pm


Sep 6 2015

  • 306.2
  • 4.000
  • $1.900
  • $7.60
  • 76.6

Added by adrondube on Sep 16 2015 at 8:44 am


Jul 28 2015

  • 193.2
  • 2.667
  • $2.249
  • $6.00
  • 72.5

Added by adrondube on Jul 28 2015 at 5:01 pm


May 23 2015

14/36 Gearing

  • 300.2
  • 3.921
  • $2.250
  • $8.82
  • 76.6

Added by adrondube on May 23 2015 at 10:43 am


May 6 2015

Mountain trip...lots of coasting after climbs. Still running 14/35, stock sprocket up front.

  • 114.2
  • 1.250
  • $2.259
  • $2.82
  • 91.3

Added by adrondube on May 6 2015 at 5:16 am


Apr 27 2015

14/36 Gearing (Stock in the Front, -2 Rear)...shifting at or around 5500 rpms.

  • 245.7
  • 2.938
  • $2.189
  • $6.43
  • 83.6

Added by adrondube on Apr 27 2015 at 2:08 am


Apr 14 2015

Back to 14T Sprocket up front, and amazingly, my MPG has increased. Hmmm. Still prefer the 15T though, and will go back to it soon and will post those #s. 15/36 wasn't very helpful over the winter. My numbers actually went down...a lot.

  • 210.2
  • 2.790
  • $1.949
  • $5.44
  • 75.4

Added by adrondube on Apr 16 2015 at 4:03 pm


Jan 5 2015

Mostly I-85 From Tucker, GA to Warner Robins, GA to Stockbridge, GA. Shell 87 Octane gasoline. January...winter mix + lower temps + mainly 70-75 mph at an average of 6500-7000 rpms.

  • 198.9
  • 2.926
  • $2.359
  • $6.90
  • 68.0

Added by adrondube on Jan 5 2015 at 2:12 am


Dec 30 2014

Very disappointed. Re-geared the 250r with +1/-2 to get even better fuel economy. Was expecting 80-100mpg, but got 70 with my first tank (this is accounting for the +13% of re-gearing). I can only contribute this to cold weather...highs in the 40s to 50s, and lows between 20 and 30, and perhaps all city driving. SMH

  • 172.0
  • 2.455
  • $1.949
  • $4.78
  • 70.1

Added by adrondube on Dec 30 2014 at 12:02 pm


Aug 20 2014

Less conservative tank....more throttle. Shifting more often around 6-8k vs 4-6k.

  • 228.0
  • 3.160
  • $3.060
  • $9.67
  • 72.2

Added by adrondube on Aug 20 2014 at 9:34 pm


Jul 12 2014

Warner Robins GA to Taylors SC, 90% open roads at 55-60mph at 6000rpms average.

  • 222.2
  • 2.903
  • $3.179
  • $9.23
  • 76.5

Added by adrondube on Jul 12 2014 at 8:41 pm


Jul 11 2014

Taylors SC to Warner Robins GA, 90% open roads at 55-60mph at 6000rpms average.

  • 239.9
  • 2.937
  • $3.229
  • $9.48
  • 81.7

Added by adrondube on Jul 12 2014 at 8:39 pm


  • 166.5
  • 2.255
  • $3.219
  • $7.26
  • 73.8

Added by adrondube on Jul 12 2014 at 8:37 pm


Jun 30 2014

  • 216.0
  • 2.776
  • $3.239
  • $8.99
  • 77.8

Added by adrondube on Jun 30 2014 at 4:13 pm


Jun 18 2014

Far easier on the throttle this tank....rarely over 6k rpms, yet was only rewarded with 3 more mpgs. Hmmm. Maybe the bike needs to be broken in more before I can reach the 90s. Grrr.

  • 225.6
  • 2.793
  • $3.329
  • $9.30
  • 80.8

Added by adrondube on Jun 18 2014 at 11:38 pm


Jun 10 2014

1st 100 miles or so on this tank...moderately aggressive. Rarely above 8k, & mainly below 6k. Trying to lay off the revs during the "break in" period. 2nd half of this fill-up, more conservative on my 10-mile city commute. I guess 78mpg is pretty good, especially since I am reading it gets better as you break it in. Loving my CBR & always get compliments on it, even from riders of bigger bikes.

  • 219.0
  • 2.794
  • $3.319
  • $9.27
  • 78.4

Added by adrondube on Jun 10 2014 at 12:01 am


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