Sherco has enjoyed incredible success with the 125 SE -R following its introduction in 2018. Ben Grabham claimed the 2018 125cc Australian Off-Road Championship, giving the small-bore two-stroke the best possible debut season possible.
New Zealand’s Hamish Macdonald showed what the 125 SE-R was capable of on the world stage by claiming the runner-up position in the 2018 125cc Enduro World Championship. Twelve months later Macdonald went one better to claim the 2019 125cc Championship, leaving no doubt the Sherco 125 is a force to be reckoned with.
With the ultimate enduro success as a platform, Sherco has released the Factory edition 125 SE, complete with a host of high specification components including KYB closed cartridge fork, KYB shock, Galfer brake rotors, Factory graphics and gripper seat, AXP skid plate, light weight Shido lithium battery and ZF dual-material rear sprocket.
“The 125 SE Factory edition is ultimate 125cc enduro bike,” said Sherco Australia’s Stephen Tuff. “Like all Sherco enduro models, it already comes equipped with a dual-curve map switch, a great engine with a six-speed transmission, electric-start and 9.7-litre fuel tank. Now the Factory version has the KYB suspension and the other Factory model upgrades, it’s simply the best-equipped small-bore two-stroke available. If you’re judging a bike purely on how much fun it is to ride, this bike is a huge winner.”
The 125 SE Factory edition is available for order now from Sherco Australia dealerships at $12,990 recommended retail including GST, plus on road costs.