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Sherco has two models available with the Racing and Factory both on offer through dealers. As both are equally accessible — the Factory model is not a limited edition — and of course registerable, we allowed it to be the model chosen for the shootout. The caveat here is that it’s a lot more expensive than the Racing model and in fact one of the more pricey bikes in the shootout.

The engine and chassis on the two models are the same, but for that extra money you get a heap of small-ish upgrades. The biggest differences to performance come from the Akrapovic exhaust and KYB suspension.

It’s pretty amazing how far this brand has come over

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