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SHERCO presents the 2016 FACTORY Trial Range






With the 2016 Factory Special Edition Trials Model, Sherco offers a motorcycle that is more accomplished than ever. It is the fruit of continued development at all levels; the chassis, the engine and the appearance.


Aluminum fork: The fork is produced by the TECH brand. It is 100% aluminum and is one of the lightest on the market.

Öhlins shock: New settings.

Skidplate: Extremely light and durable, made from 7075, T6, the profile enables an optimal grip in the most difficult conditions.

Wheels: Made by MORAD, anodized brilliant blue, it has been machined for weight reduction.

Crown: Produced by ZF/OXIA with an FIM protector.

Footrest: Made by S3, charcoal grey anodized aluminum, fully machined; very high quality with an excellent finish.

Rear wheel adjusting snails: Also manufactured by S3, charcoal grey anodized aluminum, featuring a convenient and compact design.

Tires: Michelin X-LITE, extremely light.

Brakes: Brake system BRAKTEC, fitted with high performance GALFER discs.

Front wheel axle: Lightened

Steering pivot nut: Lightened

Circuit breaker: OXIA, approved by the FIM.


Piston: Forged and manufactured by VERTEX.

Cylinder head: Produced by S3, the weight has been reduced and it is finished in black.

Clutch: Clutch SURFLEX R.

Housings: The housings have received a special stabilization treatment.

Exhaust: New diameter elbow for better performance at low revs.

CDI: New Dual spark CDI HIDRIA.


Rims: The rims are anodized a brilliant blue, the hubs and two spokes are flourescent yellow (for easier valve location).

Plastics: Black, giving an elegant look to the bike.

Black finish: Triple trees, fork and cylinder head.

Charcoal grey finish: Footrests, rear wheel adjusting snails, master cylinder covers and chain tensioner.

Graphics kit: Brand new and exclusive for the new 2016 Factory Special Edition Trials Model. The neon yellow is sublime and energizes the lines of the bike.

: OXIA Handlebar has a satin white finish. 
New bright blue and yellow handlebar pad.


The 2016 Factory Special Edition Trials Model is the best model to date, and is the fruit of over 15 years of experience and knowledge in the production of Trials motorcycles. The model will be available in this configuration in 125cc, 250cc and 300cc for a limited time.


  • Sherco ST 2014

Sherco debuts the ST 2014 range

Sherco continues the evolution of its trial models with the introduction of the new ST2014 range. We continue to be faithful to the tradition of offering our customers products that are of the highest efficiency. The increased sale of trials motorcycles in recent years is based on the continued evolution and development of the product line. Often times the changes are very small but very effective, this has allowed Sherco to become a clear reference in the areas of quality and efficiency.

In recent years, Sherco has concentrated its efforts on the continuous improvement of its products. This in turn has required our suppliers who form the industrial fabric of our industry to adapt to the process which has resulted in making a better product that is of higher quality and more efficient. The greatest example of this in the trials market is probably the ST 3.0.  This model is still under development and it is being constantly revised, improving slowly but surely in every area in order to give the trials rider the best and most consistent bike to utilize in the practice of the sport of trials which requires balance and skill.

The star of the 2014 series is the new ST 1.2. The junior model Sherco receives a new engine plus all of the general improvements of the series. The new engine has, new cases, a new crankshaft with a longer stroke, it also has a reduced piston diameter along with a new cylinder head. These changes result in a significant increase in power, which opens up new opportunities for development. Thanks to new thermodynamics, a new exhaust system and a new ignition management board, which was designed specifically for the new engine configuration, this new engine is an evolutionary change that has produced substantial benefits.

This new engine is fitted with a new exhaust system, it is composed of a new exhaust outlet that flows into a completely new muffler and expansion chamber. The exterior design is totally new and the inside of the chamber receives even more changes. The net result is a system the improves the efficiency of the movement of the exhaust gases which optimizes the engine breathing in every situation. This change in the exhaust system is common to the whole Sherco range.

This major improvement in the exhaust system in conjunction with a new ECU engine management program has had a major impact on the power of the ST 3.0 model. It has improved the engine response, it is much more linear which is a great benefit in the current no-stop trials competition rules. The new rules require a more manageable engine when approaching obstacles, the new changes however do not sacrifice the extraordinary power of the Sherco 3.0 engine. The fuel supply to the carburetor has also been changed, the fuel pump impulses are now obtained directly from the crankcase, resulting in better performance and improved fuel delivery to the Keihin carburetor. The bypass of excess fuel back to the fuel tank has also been improved.

The Sherco ST2014 model range will be available in five engine sizes, 80cc, 125cc, 250cc, 290cc and 300cc. All of the models will have a similar appearance in the chassis, bodywork, and plastic, with yellow, black, white and blue brand characteristics. The new Sherco graphics on a black plastic base will give the bikes an attractive and racy appearance when viewed from any angle.

Team Sherco – Australian 4-Day Enduro press release

The Sherco Australia Enduro team had a good lead-up to this years A4DE with a solid 2 days of competition at the S.A rounds of the AORC  a fortnight prior.  The team bikes then headed off on the 3200klm road trip to Harvey in W.A.  where the Sherco pit area was setup & roped down securely to withstand the mini tornado that ripped through Harvey the day before all the action began.

The prologue to sort starting order was a short fast run through the slippery Harvey countryside & saw Dylan Rees flying with an 11th outright. Tim Coleman & Sam Rummery kept things upright in the super slippery going to finish 37th & 47th respectively while Teneil VanDoorn came through the trying conditions about midpack, happy to be in front of over a further 100 competitors.

Day 1 got under way with nerves allround & soon the Harvey soil was being roosted in every direction as the riders blasted their way through the trail times & special tests. The torrential downpour from the previous few days left some large water sections & unfortunately Teneil fell victim to one of these bogs & fried a clutch trying to get through. Tim (E1) & Sam (E2) were riding close together & were travelling well on the trails & coming to grips with the fast special tests, while Dylan (E2)  was enjoying the pace & getting the job done on day 1 knowing there was still 3 days to go.  Day 1 finished with Tim sitting in 14th position in E1, Dylan in 7th position E2 & Sam 19th position in E2.


Day 2 & 3 brought more of the same fast sandy trails & loamy special tests. Teneil VanDoorn  took the disappointment of the previous day on the chin & continued to cheer on her team mates. Tim Coleman moved up a spot to 13th outright in E1 on day 2 before taking a wrong turn on day3 & losing some valuable trail time. Dylan & Sam in E2 rode consistently with Dylan maintaining his top 10 position & Sam hovering around the top 20. The trail times were getting tighter & the speeds were picking up as the riders tired so a few close calls were talked about but the guys were all still in 1 piece & looking forward to the final moto on day 4 to finish off a tough week.

The last day arrived & the 3 Trials riders all fronted up to the parc ferme for a fast & furious final trail test & Moto at the Harvey commonage. All 3 riders kept it upright to finish a fantastic week & the final results saw Tim Coleman 18th outright in E1, Sam Rummery 20th in E2 & Dylan Rees consolidating a top ten position finishing in 8th Outright in E2.

The team would like to thank all our sponsors & supporters including Sherco Factory, KENNY Clothing, Dunlop, Belray, Bell helmets, SBS brake pads, Ballards OffRoad,Regina Chains and Renthal products.