Sherco 2.5i — Cycle Torque Magazine

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Sherco 2.5i Enduro
Sherco 2.5i Enduro

Euro injection

Test by Reed, pics by Chris

ONE of the few injected 250 off-roaders on the market, the 2.5i is not only very in the rough stuff, it also a real point of difference.

The brand was born in 1998 in With a passion for trials and all motorcycles the brand has grown over the last 12 years, from its original range of bikes, to enduro, supermoto and

Sherco has developed its own modern-day four-…. It features all the same of today’s offroad four-… as it comes complete with a 4-valve, water-cooled engine.

One of the major features on the Sherco is its electronic fuel injection It is breakthrough technology for the crew at and is also very new to the world of riding.

On the track the Sherco is fun and lively to ride. The power on quite smooth from the and builds nicely through the

The power is quite surprising you are poking around in the tight trail and moving along the line tracks.

The power drop off and it is easy to keep the moving quickly along tracks.

When you hit the more and fast trails and begin to open the upper end of the rpm range the Sherco begins to sign off and leaves you wringing its neck and not anywhere in a hurry.

The top end power lacks when to some of its 250 four-… competition, if you keep this thing in the rev range and short shift the you won’t have any dramas up with your competition.

The gearbox works well the board and does most very well, however time to time the ’box a bit clunky.

The Sherco also a hydraulic clutch which very well and has an extremely pull at the lever.

The Magnetti Marelli fuel system on the Sherco has undergone a few for the new model and is claimed to be much reliable than the previous

We couldn’t fault the fuel system and found it to work in most situations we threw at the blue thumper.

The brakes on the work surprisingly well, a 270mm disc can be found on the complete with a new line and on the current model.

Sherco 2.5i Enduro

The rear has a rotor and utilises the same as in years gone by. When through the trees and giving the a really hard time the bush we pushed both the and rear brakes as hard as we and never faulted either of

After a quick squirt on the track the brakes came up once again and work well for standard equipment.

beneath the Sherco frame and is the Ceriani telescopic front and Sachs progressive rear Both of these units undergone extensive testing and over the last few years in the bid to out some of the handling issues with the 2.5i.

For 2010 the handles better than before and the bike’s development is heading in the right direction. The end is still a bit on the twitchy side and is unstable; we played around the clickers and came up with a better setting and got the suspension up to a level.

The rear shock was much than the front forks and we happy with the rear settings from the get-go. We used the adjustment setting on the set the sag properly at just over and found the shock even

The bodywork on the 2.5i is unique to and the blue colour scheme great. The ergo package well and the bike is quite to ride.

It is fitted with Reikon handlebars, new style and big wide footpegs.

The verdict

For those of you who like to something different, unique and a taste for European motorcycles take a serious look at the offerings from Sherco. The is a great bike for the average who loves to go riding in the bush.

Sherco 2.5i Enduro


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