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.
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The Sherco 125 St shares many elements with its bigger sibling, the St 2.9. Like its brother, the Sherco 125 ST was designed with agility in mind and is built on a modern chassis.
The bike is equipped with a 125 cc, two stroke engine that has received a series of improvements which make it better suited for the requirements of today’s riders. The motorcycle’s clutch was also improved as well as the carburetor and brakes which now features hydraulically activated, floating 185 mm front and 145 mm rear discs.
The engine’s power is kept under control by a 5 speed sequential gearbox which features a security selector system to prevent false shifts.
The motorcycle rides on a front Tech Ø 39 mm hydraulic telescopic fork (165 mm travel ) and a rear progressive link system with a single adjustable shock absorber ( 175 mm travel).
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The Sherco 300 SE may not look too intimidating, but don’t mistake it for a flimsy lightweight bike because is far more impressive than it looks.
The new Sherco 300 SE combines easy handling with a low seat height and outstanding ergonomics and on top of that, it weighs only 105 kg. Thanks to its lightweight construction and high class parts, the Sherco 300 SE keeps you out of trouble even on the toughest trails, whether it be rough terrain, narrow single tracks or wide gravel roads.
Power comes from a revised 293.14 cc, 2 Stroke, single cylinder engine with electronically controlled valves and booster. The unit does e perfect job when it goes head to head with the tough tracks and features controllable, torque-oriented performance characteristics. It is also worthy of being mentioned that the engine received a redesigned cylinder head for 2013 and a new crankcase.
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The Sherco 250 SE is a modern off-roader that can deal effortless with anything you ask of it. The motorcycle weighs only 105 kg and is built around a 249.32 cc, 2 Stroke, single cylinder engine with electronically controlled exhaust valve and booster.
The engine has been redesigned for 2013 and now features a new cylinder head and a fresh crank case. Other improvements were made to the gearbox and clutch which is now lighter than the previous version.
Apart from the changes made to the engine and transmission, the 2013 Sherco 250 SE also comes with new suspensions settings, redesigned radiator scoops and a new radiator tank that helps you get a tighter turning radius.
All components are mounted on a high strength chrome-molybdenum steel semi-perimeter frame which features a double reinforced front section and shock absorber mount.
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Meet the new Sherco X Ride 125, a versatile model that blurs the line between enduro, trail and trial motorcycles.
Weighting only 87 kg and featuring a ground clearance of 325 mm, the Sherco X Ride 125 is capable to deal great with a wide range of terrains. It is also worthy of being mentioned that is backed up the high class components, so reliability shouldn’t be an issue.
At its heart sits a 125,7 cc, 2 stroke engine which puts out more than enough power and low end torque to help you deal great with the rugged tracks. The engine’s power is kept in leash by a 5 speed sequential gearbox with wet multidisc gearbox with hydraulic command. The engine is fed by a 7 liters fuel tank.
You also get a pair of anodized light alloy rims that measure 1,60" x 21" at the front and 2,15" x 18" at the rear.
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Sherco has managed to do a pretty nice job with the 2013 version of its 300 enduro bike. Sherco’s engineers have borrowed the best ideas found at other top enduro bikes, improved some of them and in the end, they finished the job by bringing some of the best motorcycle parts into the mix. The end result looks quite promising, the 2013 Sherco 300 being able to keeping its head up even when it sits next to a KTM.
For 2013 the motorcycle’s 303cc, 4 stroke DOHC, 4 valve unit has received a new crankshaft, a redesigned cylinder head, new camshafts and a strengthened crankcase. The improved engine is paired with a 6 speed sequential gearbox that comes with a lighter hydraulic clutch.
To make the motorcycle more agile than ever, Sherco equipped it with a new radiator tank which gives you a shorter turning radius. You also get revised suspension settings, new handguards and redesigned radiator scoops.
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The Sherco 250 has received a set of significant upgrades for 2013 and judging by the new modifications the bike promises to be a lot of fun. Starting with the modern technologies and finishing with the top notch built quality, this capable dirt bike has all it needs to be considered one of the best models in its class.
The most notable improvements made for 2013 include a revised frame and a stronger engine. The new 248.60 cc (15.17 cu in), 4 stroke DOHC, 4 valve unit features a redesigned cylinder head and a strengthened crankcase. Moreover, the transmission ratios have been optimized and the clutch is now lighter further boosting the motorccyle’s performances.
As far as the chassis is concerned, the 2013 model year features new suspension settings and a reinforced frame.
Other changes include a new radiator tank, redesigned radiator scoops, a non metallic skidplate and new handguards.
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