The 250 ST continues Sherco’s tradition and is built using only high quality components which means that you get a top trials motorcycle that rewards you with great performances.
Its ergonomic design, agile chassis and light weight help you deal great even with the trickiest situations. Needles to say that the motorcycle’s 249,70 cc, two strokes engine cranks out more than enough power to keep you far from trouble.
The bike rides on lightweight Morad graphit anodized aluminum rims that measure 21” up front and 18” at the rear. Other features worthy of being mentioned include forged aluminium adjustable footpegs, an ergonomic kick starter and gear shift levers, a redesigned right engine case and an improved skidplate.
The motorcycle’s speed is kept under control by hydraulically activated, floating Ø 185 mm (7.28) in front and Ø 145 mm (5.71 in) rear disc brakes.
Hit the jump for more information on the 2013 Sherco 250 ST.
ST receives a much sharper design which gives it a unique character, breaking this trend in recent years and are the Sherco motorcycle flamboyant. The new ST continues to hold high the color of the brand based on the blue and yellow.
It has become much more important in giving color to the chassis. The care taken in the design is confirmed with moeyx yolks, Morad rims anodized graphite mat which complement the elegance of the ensemble. New anti lenticular adhesive and resistant to friction members come protect sensitive areas such as the front fork, swingarm or area footrests. The engine also receives splashes of color with many details matte black, which completes a coherent picture, dynamic and attractive new Sherco ST2013.
Improved and stiffened chassis
New settings on the Tech fork
Modified R16V shock
Forged aluminium adjustable footpegs
Ergonomic kick starter and gear shift levers
Redesigned right engine case and improved skidplate
|Engine||2 strokes Sherco proprietary design|
|Engine size||249.70 cc (15.24 cu in)|
|Bore & Stroke||72.80 x 60 mm (2.87 x 2.36 in)|
|Cylinder||Nikasil coated cylinder|
|Lubrication||2% oil pre-mix|
|Carburetor||Dell’Orto PHBL26BS (1.02 in)|
|Start||Geared system with folding lever|
|Exhaust||Steel header pipe with an integrated aluminum muffler|
|Transmission||5 speed sequential gearbox with security selector system to prevent false shifts. Primary gear drive chain secondary drive|
|Clutch||Hydraulically activated multidisc in oil bath|
|Frame||Tubular section Chrome-moly|
|Fuel Tank||Ergal aluminium with integrated fuel pump|
|Brakes||Hydraulically activated, floating Ø 185 mm (7.28) in front and Ø 145 mm (5.71 in) rear|
|Front suspension||Tech Ø 39 mm (1.54 in) hydraulic telescopic fork, 165 mm (6.50 in) travel|
|Rear suspension||Progressive link system with single adjustable shock absorber, 175 mm (6.89 in) travel Rear shok|
|Rear shock absorber||R16V|
|Front wheel||Morad 21” graphit anodized aluminum rim and aluminum hub, steel spokes with Michelin tube-type tire|
|Rear wheel||Morad 18” graphit anodized aluminum rim and aluminum hub, steel spokes with Michelin tubeless tire|
|Weight||68 kg (149.91 lb)|
|Wheelbase||1322 mm (52.05 in)|
|Ground clearance||310 mm (12.20 in)|
|Seat height||645 mm (25.39 in)|