For 2023, CFMOTO has released a new-look version of its 300SR LAMS sportsbike which takes on a unqiue green, pink and blue colour scheme replicating the brand’s Moto3 racebike.

The CFMOTO 300SR in the new PrustelGP Moto3 Edition livery is available now in Australia, priced from $6490 rideaway. This translates to a $200 price increase compared to the standard orange-and-blue colourway.

2023 CFMOTO 300SR Moto3

CFMOTO had planned to launch its larger-capacity 450SR in the fourth quarter of last year, however, it has yet to materialise locally. INFO MOTO has contacted CFMOTO’s local distributor for an update on the model.

No mechanical changes have been made to the 300SR for 2023, and so it carries on drawing power from 292cc liquid-cooled single-cylinder engine that produces 21kW and 25Nm.

2023 CFMOTO 300SR Moto3

Braking is managed by a four-piston caliper grabbing a 292mm disc at the front, and a single-piston floating caliper on a 220mm disc at the rear.

It also boasts a TFT display with two interfaces (Sport and Eco), auto-adjusting screen brightness and smartphone mirroring.

2023 CFMOTO 300SR Moto3

The CFMOTO 300SR is suspended by a 37mm upside-down fork at the front and a monoshock at the rear.

CFMOTO completed its first Moto3 season in 2022, finishing seventh in the constructors’ championship with Spanish riders Carlos Tatay and Xavier Artigas achieving 15th and 16th positions, respectively.

This year, Australian rider Joel Kelso will replace Carlos Tatay in the CFMOTO Racing PruestelGP team.

2023 CFMOTO 300SR Moto3

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