While we were able to carve out a number of laps on the motocross track on the 300 four-stroke, most of the riding on the enduro loop was done, while capturing some photos so we did not really get a chance to really sink our teeth into everything this bike is capable of.
Much like the two-stroke we will be talking to the guys over at Sherco Australia and hopefully have the chance to ride the 2016 edition when they hit Australian shores in the near future.
After just a short ride, I am thinking the Sherco 300 SEF-R would be a great bike to ride at somewhere like Headley where the 3rd and 4th round of the Australian Off-Road Championship were held. A day on some reasonable tight sandy single track or some slick grass track, aboard the Sherco 300 SEF-R could be a great day out.
Overall it was great to have a chance to ride the 300cc Sherco Factory editions, in fact personally it was great to have my first ever ride aboard a Sherco, they are certainly one of the smaller factories in the off-road world, but from our first experience have some top shelf bikes, with first class componentry.
For more information on the Sherco Motorcycles head over to https://www.sherco.com.au