SHERCO is a French company, the leading motorbike manufacturer in France. The company was created in 1998 by Marc Teissier and Andreu Codina, both former trial riders. The head office and the motorbike production unit are located in Nîmes (30). SHERCO manufactures Trial and Enduro bikes. It is currently a range of more than 25 vehicles and 15,000 motorbikes are currently produced each year on the Gard site. The company is present throughout the world on 5 continents, in more than 74 countries and works with more than 1100 sales outlets. The company employs over 150 people in France and abroad. It is a team of enthusiasts who work every day with know-how and expertise to write the most beautiful pages of the motorbike. SHERCO is involved in the World Enduro, Extreme Enduro, Rally Raid and Trial championships. Since 1998, it has already won more than 10 world championship titles in all categories. And the adventure is not about to end there!


MARC TEISSIER FOUNDER - CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER Founder and former professional trials rider, “I wanted to extend my passion beyond riding and start building motorcycles able to measure up against the best in the sport.”

THOMAS TEISSIER GENERAL MANAGER “Sherco is above all a dream come true, thanks to the relentless daily work of our passionate team of men and women. Our future is limitless.”


SHIFTING UP A GEAR In 2017, Sherco moved up a gear. A production facility that today covers more than 12,000 m2 with more and more employees involved. Sherco is growing, but this is just the beginning.

“Creating beautiful bikes: a childhood dream which has come true.” Didier Tirard – French Factory Director


15/02/1999: First 0001 SHERCO ST 2.5 motorcycle sold at Swiss Trial

Jarvis wins the SSDT with the first 250 Sherco Bultaco.


Sherco 2.9 - 2000


Sherco Logo

2001 Team Sherco Trial from left to right, legendary Graham Jarvis, Josep Manzano, Marc Freixa and Marcel Justribo


Sherco bought the HRD brand and entered the 50 cm³ / 125 cm³ enduro and supermotard market.

A second production unit opens in Nîmes, France


Team Sherco Supermot


Sherco is the first manufacturer to offer a range of 2-stroke and 4-stroke trial bikes, and in the same year

and in the same year, Sherco produced the first electronically-controlled fuel injected enduro motorcycle with 450cc and 510cc 4T.

5 years after his first win, Jarvis wins the SSDT with the 290 Sherco.


3rd victory for Jarvis on a Sherco at the SSDT and the 4th victory in a row for the brand after Joan Pons in 2003 and Sam Connor in 2005!


Cabestany special limited edition released


Sees the withdrawal of Andreu Codina.

In 2008 a 250 cm³ 4T, also with electronic injection, completes the enduro range. Jordan Curvalle races in the World Championship!

Jarvis wins the Romaniacs!


Acquisition of Scorpa

The 250cc 4T, released to complete the range.

The 2009 Dakar - for the first time a manufacturer enters a full range through the Croco Aventures team. The 250cc, 450cc and 510cc will be lined up at the start of this legendary event. All of them finish except for the SR5.1i because of a fall.


Racing a SR4.5 David Casteu will mark the 2010 Dakar by winning the first stage.

On the handlebars of his Sherco SR4.5i, David Casteu is world champion in the 450cc off-road rallies.


In 2011, Fabien Planet, wins the French Championship in E1 with the 250 Sherco.


The first bike with the name X-Ride is born.


Birth of the 250 cm³ 2T and the 300 cm³ 2T

The Cabestany Trial Replica Trial is released and provides us with one of the iconic models of the brand.


David Knight - Super Enduro


Sherco and TVS form the Sherco TVS Factory Rally Team!


First Sherco Enduro World Championship title for Sherco with Matthew Philipps on a 300 SEF Factory.


Replaced the Nîmes factory with a new building of 12,000 m2 (against 3500 in the old factory)

Jérémy Tarroux wins the Grand Slam of the Classics to which will be added the title of French Champion in E1 on the Sherco 250 SEF.


Mario Roman won the two premiere extreme races of the year by winning for the second time in a row the 24 MX Alestrem in France and the Hell's Gate in Italy.

Théo Espinasse, in his first year as a factory rider, is crowned Junior French Champion racing a Sherco 250 SEF.

Wade Young, at the age of 21, becomes the youngest winner in the history of the ROMANIACS

Wade Young achieves an outstanding hat-trick by winning RedBull Romaniacs, RedBull Megawatt, and Sea to Sky.

Sherco updates the Trial and offers a new way of riding with the release of the Sherco TY 125 Classic.


Sherco celebrates its 20th anniversary by bringing the brand's flagship model to life: The Sherco ST 20th Anniversary

Michael Metge wins the stage 9 of the Dakar Rally