CF Moto has launched the 250SR quarter-litre motorcycle in the Chinese market with a new sporty livery, aggressive suspension, low slung clip-on handlebars and full-fairing bodywork. Recently, the small capacity sportbike models have become popular in markets around the world as they give the customer a feel of a larger capacity supersport but the nimbleness and traceability that is usable in the urban environment and the practicality of everyday use.
Powertrain & Mechanical Hardware
Powering the CF Moto 250 SR is a liquid-cooled 249.2cc single-cylinder DOHC engine with electronic fuel injection producing 27.8 PS of power and 22 Nm of torque. The engine comes with a 6-speed gearbox and a slipper and assists clutch. In terms of mechanical hardware, the CF Moto 250SR features a 37 mm upside-down front fork and cantilever mounted rear monoshock that keeps the motorcycle stable in corners and helps absorb bumps in the urban environment.
Design & Styling
The new CF Moto 250 SR which is Sport Racing for short comes with a race livery finished in CF Moto turquoise, fluorescent green and black. The engine covers are finished in gunmetal gold and the front fork pipes in gold. The CF Moto 250SR features an aerodynamic nose fairing with a large race-style windscreen, LED headlights, C-shaped LED daytime running lights, a sculpted tank, a high mounted tail section, an underbelly exhaust system, 17-inch alloy wheels, full-colour TFT LCD instruments display with integrated functions and information such as speed, engine rpm, battery charge, fuel level ambient temperature, odometer, trip meter, engine temperature, Eco & Sport and phone connectivity features.
Apart from the special livery, CF Moto has also tweaked the front and rear suspension, the throttle response, the braking response and the ergonomics to better suit the race track. The motorcycle also comes with two riding modes Eco and Sport. The small capacity motor and the aggressively tuned ergonomics and suspension will enable new enthusiasts to take part in motorsports and sharpen their skill set before moving on to more powerful motorcycles.