Trials as a sport has been gaining traction in Australia. We sent Zane out to try out the 2022 Sherco Factory range and ride a trials bike for the first time! Now he wants one! Video: Zane Dobie
It has been pouring with rain here in Sydney, so after being trapped inside for weeks, I pounced at the chance to get out and about at Bilpin to learn how to ride a Trials bike on the 2022 Sherco Factory range, check out what I thought of the bikes in the video below…
Head here to read Zane’s full review of the 2022 Sherco Trials range…
You can pick up the 2022 Sherco 250 ST for an RRP of $11,690 and the 300 ST Factory for an RRP $11,990 now at your local Sherco dealership!
2022 Sherco Factory ST 250  Specifications
Price: From $11,690 [$11,990]
Warranty: Six Months
Colours: Sherco Factory Blue
Claimed Power: Not specified
Claimed Torque: Not specified
Single-cylinder, Nikasil coated cylinder, two-stroke, water-cooled, 249.7cc [294cc], bore x stroke 72.8mm x 60mm [79mm x 60mm], Hidria digital ignition, Keihin PWK 28 carb, hydraulic diaphragm system clutch, five-speed sequential gearbox with security selector system, primary gear drive chain secondary drive, kick start.
Frame Type; Tubular section Chrome-moly
Front suspension: Aluminium Tech fork 39mm, 165mm travel, adjusable, Rear suspension: Progressive link system with single 3-way Reiger shock absorber 175mm travel.
Wheels: Morad 21in blue anodized aluminium rim (f) Morad 18in blue anodized aluminium rim (r)
Brakes: N/A calipers and master-cylinders, floating 185mm front and 145mm rear
Ground Clearance: 310mm
Seat base: 685mm
Fuel Capacity: 2.4L
Electronics: Switchable headlight
The Verdict | Video Review: 2022 Sherco 250 and 300 ST Factory Trials