250 2T Racing


The latest in two stroke technology from France lets you get up and boogie with instant throttle response, switchable ignition curves and a revised power valve. Providing a more linear power output generating greater usable power across the rev range. Two strokes are in and what better machine to take on the challenge, the 250 SE-R.

Appearing on the market in 2014, the Sherco 250 and 300 offer next generation two-stroke technology. They are fitted with a very light electric starter system. Ideally located to lower the center of gravity, it is no heavier than a kick-start system. An electronics unit governs exhaust valve opening based on the ignition curve to provide an immediate response to the slightest touch on the gas.

Progressive at low throttle, force at mid-throttle, and significant power at high throttle, the Sherco two-stroke engine block is there when you need it. The chassis uses the proven formulas that made the brand’s four-stroke engines famous: rigorous directional stability alongside significant maneuverability for the enduro. This year, fitted with a new FMF exhaust, the 250 and 300 SE increase yet again their equipment quality.

Key Features

Engine 2 Stroke “Single cylinder with electronically controlled exhaust valve and booster”
Engine size 249.32 cc (15.21 cu in)
Bore & Stroke 66.40 x 72 mm (2.61 x 2.83 in)
Fuel system Keihin PWK 36
Battery 12 V / 4Ah Yuasa
Cylinder lubrication
Cooling Liquid with forced circulation
Start Electric Starter
Exhaust Kokusan DC – CDI ignition with digital advance
Systeme Allumage
Transmission 6 speed sequential gearbox, primary gear drive chain secondary drive
Clutch Hydraulic, multidisc in oil bath
Alternateur Kokusan 220 W
Frame High strength Chrome-Molybdenum steel semi-perimeter
Fuel Tank 9.5 L capacity (2.51 US gal)
Brakes Brembo Hydraulic Ø 260 mm (10.24 in) (front) Ø 220 mm (8.66 in) (rear)
Front suspension WP hydraulic telescopic adjustable compression and rebound 48 mm diameter with 300 mm of stroke
Rear suspension WP Monoshock progressive rear suspension with aluminum control rods, adjustable for high and low speed compression and spring pre-load. 330 mm (13 in) Racing shock
Rear shock absorber
Front wheel 1.60 x 21″ aluminum rim with Michelin Enduro Competition tube-type tire
Rear wheel 2.15 x 18″ aluminum rim with Michelin Enduro Competition tube-type tire
Weight 105 kg (231.49 lb)
Wheelbase 1480 mm (58.27 in)
Ground clearance 355 mm (13.78 in)
Seat height 950 mm (37.4 in)
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