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FRONT SPROCKET

Gear up or gear down with a Sherco front sprocket. Manufactured from ultra-durable hardened steel, the Sherco front sprocket is precision machined to fit perfectly and is an important tool in your setup kit.
$54.65 incl GST excluding shipping

REAR SPROCKET BLACK

Seek out top speed or low-down power by switching to a different sized Sherco sprocket. Machined from hardened aluminium, these sprockets are both lightweight and durable.
$116.95 incl GST excluding shipping

REAR SPROCKET BLUE

Seek out top speed or low-down power by switching to a different sized Sherco sprocket. Machined from hardened aluminium, these sprockets are both lightweight and durable.
$116.95 incl GST excluding shipping

REAR SPROCKET DUAL-RING

Seek out top speed or low-down power by switching to a different sized Sherco sprocket. Machined from hardened aluminium, these sprockets are both lightweight and durable.
$210.95 incl GST excluding shipping
Few things are as important to the final drive of your Sherco as the sprockets. Responsible for driving the chain, your sprocket setup determines the gearing of your motorcycle and their condition can significantly impact its performance.

Sherco Australia carries a huge range of sprockets in a variety of sizes, colours and designs. You can opt for a different number of teeth to change your gearing or choose a sprocket anodised in a different colour to match your bike.

We carry both single and dual-ring sprockets. Single ring sprockets feature a single piece design while dual-ring sprockets connect a light-weight aluminium inner ring with a steel outer one to save weight.

Getting your head around how sprocket size impacts the gearing on your Sherco can be a little tricky but here is the simple version.

If you’re riding tight single trail and want better acceleration, you want to use a larger front sprocket or a smaller rear sprocket.

If blasting the desert on long rally rides is your thing and you want better top speed, you want to use a larger front sprocket or smaller rear sprocket.

The condition of your sprockets can radically impact your bikes performance. To check for sprocket wear you can visually inspect them looking closely at the teeth. If the sprocket teeth have become sharp at the tips or the tips are slightly twisted your sprocket is worn.

Sprockets are a great way to tune your bike for the specific type of riding you do. With a huge range and the fastest delivery around, there is no reason not to upgrade your Sherco’s sprocket setup today.
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