Sherco 125 TY Classic trail and trial bike crossover gets a brand-new seat kit increasing travel range and versatility.
Sherco’s simple and cheerful trail or club trial bike, the 125 TY Classic has been updated with a new seat incorporating a fuel tank to boost comfort and range and make the model more versatile.
As well as the more practical seat than the standard model's low trials seat (or lack of), to new unit boost seat height to 830mm with an additional fuel capacity of 2.7 litres making this a more useful trail and commuting bike.
The new tank adds to the existing tank to provide a total capacity of 4.8litres which Sherco claims gives you a range of at least 180km from the reliable four stroke, single cylinder engine.
This 125 TY is naturally easy to ride and pitched as bike for those who are venturing into of off-road, the wider world of motorcycle riding, plus a fun alternative for the freeriding or even scooters. More of a go anywhere bike in reality.
Sherco add in an advisory for countries with homologation rules that it is necessary to install all the homologation components in order for it to comply with the traffic laws that permit it to be used on public roads. As such the additional seat and tank may not be legal in some countries.
Sherco TY 125 Classic technical specification:
Cylinder capacity: 123.70cc
Bore and stroke: 54 x 54mm
Fuel: Unleaded gasoline - 98 octane
Cooling: Air cooled
Starting: Kick with an Electric Starter
Transmission: 5 speed sequential gearbox
Clutch: Multidisc in an oil bath
Chassis: Delta box, chrome-molybdenum steel
Tank: 2.1L original / 4.8L with saddle kit
Front brake: Hydraulic, full floating 185mm disc with 4 piston Braktec caliper
Rear brake: Hydraulic, 150mm disc with 2 piston Braktec caliper
Front suspension: Steel 40mm hydraulic fork, 170mm wheel travel
Rear Suspension: Single Hydraulic Damper, 165mm Wheel travel
Front wheel: 1.60 "x21"
Rear wheel: 2.15 "x18"
Ground clearance: 290mm
Saddle height: 700mm / with Seat 830mm
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