CFMoto have announced their new 300SR, a beginner sportsbike built around a 292cc single-cylinder engine and offering close to 30 horsepower and 25 newton metres of torque, with aggressive styling and ergonomics and match.
Offering similar specifications to the 300NK the brand also offers, the 300SR includes a beefier four-piston front brake setup, while still boasting ABS, full LED lights and a TFT display. With competitive pricing for the 300NK, the CFMoto 300SR is likely to be in a similar region, with a slight premium for the fairings and higher spec – if normal pricing of learner sportsbikes are anything to go by.
The CFMoto 300SR is due in Australia in May, with full pricing and details yet to be released, but with Honda’s CBR300R no longer offered in Australia, and Hyosung no longer being a player in the LAMS sportsbike segment, there’s certainly room for a slightly more sport inspired machine, with more aggressive ‘bars and styling to match.
As a lightweight machine the 300SR boasts a kerb weight of 165kg with a 37mm USD fork front and mono-shock rear suspension, lightweight wheels, CST tyres as standard, Continental ABS, plus bling billet accessories in the works, with adjustable levers, rearsets and other parts to be available.