We recently spent a few weeks putting the cool little 2021 CFMOTO 300SR LAMS Sportsbike to the test. Check out our full video review... Review: Simon Harris Photography: Heather Ware

The CFMOTO 300SR fights within a competitive arena that features the R3, Ninja 400 and 390 Duke among others. Where it wins hands down is on price. But is it a good machine? How does it stack up? Check out our Video Review and subscribe to our YouTube channel!



CFMOTO is a rapidly growing brand in Australia and has gained over 25000 local sales since 2005. With its latest range of bikes, this manufacturer is undoubtedly going to continue making a noticeable impact on the Aussie market.



CFMOTO is a Chinese manufacturer that has been part of the motorcycle industry for over 30 years. For example, making frames and components for various manufacturers and, of course, full fledged scooter, ATV, quad and motorcycle production – we are talking millions of units. CFMOTO and KTM have been buddies since 2013, with CFMOTO owning a majority share majority share of a new Joint Venture Company in China set up between the two.


Read Simon’s full CFMOTO 300SR written review here


As a result, the companies are able to share research and development, technology and manufacturing facilities. This collaboration has enabled CFMOTO to produce KTM machines (for example, the excellent 790 Duke) and use KTM engines in soon to be released larger capacity machines.

The 300SR has race rep styling and graphics. Tyres are CST radials and work fine. ABS is by Continental.

In this category, outright performance is perhaps not as important as, say, ease of riding in terms of overall comfort and being able to comfortably get the best performance available. On spec sheet form, the average punter may likely bet on the R3 due to its significant advantage in terms of maximum engine output, however, the 300SR makes its best numbers on average 2000rpm earlier. This makes the available torque and power simply more accessible and linear in delivery, which is great for first-time riders and commuters.


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Simon Harris rates the CFMOTO 300SR highly and says it put a smile on his face every single time he hopped on…


Click on the ad above to find out about the current 300SR deal – Au Buyer’s receive a free 300SR dress-up kit valued at RRP $699, plus a 3 Year Extended Warranty. The kit is loaded with alloy goodies to further customise your 300SR. These include: Adjustable alloy lever set; sports alloy lever guards; left & right alloy footrest assemblies; alloy brake and gear levers; alloy fuel tank filler & surround; alloy upper triple clamp dress-up bolts. Valid from 1/03/21 to 31/05/21


2021 CFMOTO 300SR Specifications

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Price: $5,790 RRP Ride Away, Two-Year Unlimited KM Warranty.
Colours: Turquoise Blue or Nebula Black
Claimed Power: 21.4kW[28.7hp]@8750rpm
Claimed Torque: 25.3Nm[18.7lbs-ft]@7250rpm
Wet Weight: 165kg
Fuel capacity: 12L


Engine: 292cc (78 x 61.2 bore/stroke) DOHC four-stroke single-cylinder with balancer shaft, liquid-cooled, four-valve, 11.1:1 compression ratio, Bosch EFI
Gearbox: Six-speed constant mesh, chain final drive
Clutch: Wet clutch, cable actuation


Chassis: Tubular steel trellis frame, cast alloy swingarm
Rake: N/A
Trail: N/A
Suspension: 37mm USD forks, non adjustable, monoshock rear suspension with preload adjustment
Brakes: Single 292mm rotor (f), J.Juan four-piston caliper with conventional master-cylinder, 220mm rotor (r), twin-piston caliper and Continental ABS
Wheels & Tyres: Cast alloy, 3.5 x 17in (f), 4.0 x 17in (r), CST radial tyres 110/70 – 17 (f), 140/60 – 17 (r).


Dimensions:
Wheelbase: 1360mm
Seat height: 780mm
Ground clearance: 135mm
Overall width: 750mm
Overall Length: 2010mm
Overall height: 1080mm


Instruments: TFT multifunction display.

 


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