This year marks the 30th anniversary of Zhejiang Chunfeng Power Co., Ltd., also known as CFMoto from China, the company officially started operations in 1989 entering the motorcycle parts industry, and in 1999 the company’s first water-cooled engine was born. In 2001, CFMOTO began to export to Europe, America, Southeast Asia, 2013 and Austria KTM signed a contract. In 2014, the CF650-G became the designated vehicle for the National Guard of China. In 2018, the new plant of Zhejiang Chunfeng Katemo Locomotive Co., Ltd., which was a joint venture with KTM, was laid. By 2020, the new plant will be put into use. In the 30 years is all the way is steady and growth is endless.
Since the first spring 2017, CF Moto release a new model every spring. This year’s the latest model is the CF250SR. The 250SR share the similarities of the engine as the 250NK, but the 250RS has a much more racy riding position and front handlebar angle. The rear rocker arm is no longer a woven steel tube. It has become an aluminum alloy product, and as expectations for the 250SR to improve as sports performance motorcycle.
On the TFT meter, the rain mode has appeared, and the multi-mode optional configuration will appear on the power output.
The impactful shape is clearly a challenge to the current 250cc capacity enclosure products worldwide.
The golden inverted front suspension and the multi-stage adjustable rear suspension of the hydraulic spring seem to be similar to the 250NK configuration.
The carbon fiber products of the fuel tank and the side panels set off the fighting feeling of the whole vehicle.
The overall cutting of the CNC raises the pedal, and a modified track version was previewed, but it is likely to become the production model soon from CFMOTO.
The front brake is a radiant-type contra-directional four- piston brake caliper, and the rear is disc brake.
There are no headlights nor taillights on the 250SR. Its believe to be used for track for testing.
During the anniversary celebration CFMOTO held a 250NK Track Experience Challenge which is a group of female riders having a go on the CFMOTO track in the factory compound.