CFMoto’s quarter-litre faired motorcycle, the 250SR, was recently spotted in China wearing a swanky-looking race livery. It’s unlikely to hit the Indian shores anytime soon. However, if CFMoto brings it here in the future, it will lock horns with the KTM RC 200 available in India. While we wait for that to happen, let’s take a look at its stunning pictures.
The new 250SR race edition sports body panels covered in a bold combination of orange and blue accompanied by white decals all over.
The colour scheme goes well with the bike's profoundly aggressive and edgy design comprising a mean front fascia with dual LED headlamps and a pointed snout.
There’s a muscular fuel tank blending with an upswept tail section. Incorporating a split seat, a clip-on handlebar and slightly rear-set footpegs, it offers sporty ergonomics but not as much as that of the RC 200.
The headlamp, tail lamp and turn indicators of the 250SR are LED while the instrument cluster is also a colour TFT unit that features Bluetooth connectivity for smartphone pairing.
It is based on a tubular steel frame that holds a 249.2cc, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine. It churns out 27.5bhp of maximum power at 9,750rpm and 22Nm of peak torque at 7,500rpm.
The 250SR rides on 17-inch alloy wheels suspended by KYB-sourced dampers including golden 37mm upside-down front forks and a rear mono-shock. Stopping power comes from a 292mm single disc at the front and a 220mm single disc at the rear.
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