First look: 2020 Sherco 50cc range 

Sherco releases their 2020 50cc SE-R and SE-M range aimed at the youths that want to get their first steps in enduro and supermoto riding. 

 

Mimicking the look of their big capacity siblings, Sherco’s new 50cc range brings plenty of style to the party for age and capacity restricted riders wanting a taste of the real thing for off road. 

Split into the SE enduro version and SM supermoto version, each model is offered in two specifications: the R being the standard version and the RS featuring higher spec upgrades. 

 
2020 Sherco SE RS 50cc models 560
2020 Sherco 50 SE-RS
 

The RS version is equipped with higher-spec, 41mm inverted forks and upgraded, tapered handlebars plus the SM RS model has stronger spoked wheels compared to the SM-R's cast ones. 

Imagine how sweet will it be to get your first steps into the Enduro world with such a cool looking bike? 

 
2020 Sherco SE R 50cc models 560
2020 Sherco 50 SE-R
 

2020 Sherco 50cc technical specifications:

Engine: 2 stroke, Minarelli AM6 technology

Displacement: 49,70cc (3,03 cu in)

Bore & Stroke: 40,3 x 39mm (1,59 x 1,54 in)

Fuel: Unleaded 95 octane fuel

Cooling: Closed circuit with constant circulation

Start: Kick start, gear stem with retractable lever

Carburettor: Dell'Orto

Transmission: Six-speed gearbox

Exhaust: Aluminium silencer

Clutch: Wet, multi-disc

Ignition: 12V 85W electronic

Chassis: Chrome-moly steel multi tube

Fuel Capacity: Seven litre capacity (1,85 US gal)

Brakes: Enduro version Hydraulic disc 260mm (10,23 in) front and 180mm (7,09 in) rear / Supermoto version Hydraulic disc 300mm (11,81 in) front and 180mm (7,09 in) rear

Front suspension: Standard version telescopic 37mm (1,46 in) / Racing version 41mm USD

Rear suspension: Pailoi mono-shock adjustable for preload

Front wheel: Enduro version 2,50 x 21'' / Supermoto version 2,50 x 17''

Rear wheel: Enduro version 2,50 x 18'' / Supermoto version 2,15 x 18''

Wheelbase: 1360mm (53,54 in)

Ground clearance: Enduro version 300mm (11,81 in) / Supermoto version 260mm (10,23 in)

Seat height: Enduro version 910mm (35,83 in) / Supermoto version 850mm (33,46 in)

 

More information and prices in your country: Sherco.com 

 
 
 
 
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