New year’s model pricing has also been announced.
Sherco’s impressive 2020 model range has arrived on dealer’s floors. We tested the entire range a few weeks ago and can attest to it being something to behold. There will be a full feature on the range in issue 231 of DIRT ACTION. We are particularly fans of the Factory range with the 500 and both 300 four-stroke and two-stroke spinning our beanies. The combination of the Kayaba suspension and an excellent steel chassis is one of favourite duos after beer and chilli chips.
“The Factory models really are quite special,” explaims Sherco Australia’s Stephen Tuff. “Factory models are at the top of the tree when it comes to premium quality race bikes. The suspension, exhaust and mapping are aimed at the top echelon of each capacity, whether it be two-stroke or four-stroke. But the Factory details really make them something special. The striking blue gripper seat, the new blue frame guards, blue anodised wheels, temperature-controlled radiator fan, solid Galfer racing brake rotors, light-weight and powerful lithium batteries, Factory graphics, bar pad and bash plate all add up to a bike that’s ready for serious riding or racing at any level, straight from the showroom floor. Our pricing structure presents the Sherco Factory models as the best value and best equipped premium off-road motorcycle on the market.”
“There’s plenty of interest surrounding Sherco two-stroke models remaining carburettor fed and we don’t shy away from the subject,
says Tuffy. “Simply put, the Sherco two-stroke models are high performers with strong and reliable engines. Sherco is proud to offer what we consider the best two-stroke enduro models on the market. And we encourage direct comparisons. Sherco offers unrivalled two-stroke performance and remains appropriately priced.”