Lightness, Agility and Torque

Headline news for 2020 in the world of enduro: The first 2-stroke 125cc machine to be released to market by Sherco won the Enduro GP series for the 125 class. And since then countless races of which most recently in SA the 125cc won the 2023 IMPI Hard Enduro Silver class against 300’s. Cut from the same cloth as the highly-acclaimed 250cc and 300cc machines, the smaller stablemate retains their winning philosophy with class-leading engine performance and a chassis that marries extreme maneuverability and confidence-inspiring stability. Designed and developed 100% for enduro use, the latest addition to the manufacturer’s fold reaps the benefits of the Sherco team’s experience in Extreme Enduro. The only 125cc on the market with a starter standard.

Standard features of the Factory 2 stroke model :

  • In mould plastics
  • Air filter box with side entry access
  • CNC machined triple clamps with KYB closed cartridge forks 48mm
  • Excel Rims and Michelin Medium Enduro tyres
  • KYB 50mm rear shock
  • Brembo hydraulic brake and clutch systems
  • Galfer brake discs
  • BS Lithium battery
  • Electronically controlled fan and boil bottle
  • AXP bashplate
  • New larger handguards
  • Map switch with hard and sof settings
  • Electronically controlled power valve with Keihin PWK 36mm Carb
  • LED headlight
  • Selle Dalla Valla gripper seat

Factory Upgrades

  • 2025 design
  • New air filter box with side entry access
  • New chassis
  • New cooling system
  • New braking discs
  • New CNC triple clamps
  • New dashboard support
  • New handguards
  • New fork protector
  • New skid plate
  • New side stand
  • New electrical harness
  • New fuel tank mount
  • New axles linkages
  • Improved accessibility to the muffler
  • Modification of the fuel tap position
  • New exhaust silencer

Highlights for new model

  • Bold new graphics and re-designed body
  • Anti vibration balancer to reduce engine vibration
  • New frame and subframe design
  • New swing arm
  • New front and rear brake disc for better brake performance
  • New airfilter design with side entry and easy replacement
  • Total new harness and electrical layout
  • New cooling system and radiator fins
  • New fuel tank and anti vibration mounting
  • New header pipe design to sit higher
  • New seat design
  • Revised engine mapping calibration with soft/hard settings
Engine 2 Stroke “Single cylinder with electronically controlled exhaust valve and booster”
Displacement 124.81 cc (7.62 cu in)
Bore and stroke 54 x 54.5 mm (2.13 x 2.15 in)
Carburetor Keihin PWK 36
Cooling Liquid with forced circulation
Starting Electric Starter
Battery 12 V BS Lithium-ion 140A
Exhaust Factory Aluminum silencer
Transmission 6 speed sequential gearbox, primary gear drive chain secondary drive
Clutch Hydraulic, multidisc in oil bath
Ignition ECU & 220 W Alternator
Chassis High strength Chrome-Molybdenum steel semi-perimeter
Fuel tank 10.0 L capacity
Brakes Brembo Hydraulic Ø 260 mm (10.24 in) (front) Ø 220 mm (8.66 in) (rear)
Front suspension KYB 48 mm closed cartridge forks -300mm stroke
Rear suspension KYB shock 330 mm stroke
Front wheel 1.60 x 21″ aluminum rim with Michelin Enduro tube-type tire
Rear wheel 2.15 x 18″ aluminum rim with Michelin Enduro tube-type tire
Weight TBA
Wheelbase 1465 mm (57.68 in)
Ground clearance 355 mm (13.98 in)
Seat height 950 mm (37.40 in)