“The 250 SE-R is by far one of the most enjoyable bikes to ride…”


A few years ago you could be forgiven for not knowing a thing about the French manufacturer Sherco. Stemming from a trials background, the brand has been producing off-road bikes for some years now, and in 2016, Sherco has made its mark. This year Sherco has proven its worth after verifying themselves as legitimate contenders in the off-road scene by winning the EnduroGP world championship with its 300 SEF-R, piloted by Australian Matthew Phillips.

For 2017 Sherco has not settled with what was produced to win the 2016 title, and set about making a host of changes to the entire fleet of enduro beasts – making them stronger with greater handling and a few additions to make owning a Sherco that much better off the showroom floor. was fortunate enough to meet up with Sherco Australia’s Stephen Tuff to ride the 2017 Sherco Enduro bikes while he was passing through Sydney. It was just over a year ago that we test rode the 2016 bikes, and it was a great opportunity to throw a leg over the 2017 models and see what an enduro championship-winning manufacturer feels like again...

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