TM Racing had done it again with the TM EN 250 ES Fi 4T. The Italian brand has crafted another beautiful and clever piece of machinery. This exotic, premium dirt bike is fitted with all the hallmark features, components, and tech a good dirt bike should have and delivers a fantastic performance.
The 2023 TM EN 250 ES Fi 4T has features that enhance the bike’s performance on the road and give the rider a pleasant experience. No matter how hard you push the bike, it will provide consistent power and efficiency.
The TM EN 250 ES Fi 4T has been developed to make it an ideal dirt bike if you are looking for a powerful and captivating experience. This dirt bike gives you just that, an enjoyable experience with a powerful engine and superior-class performance.
The latest TM EN 250 ES Fi 4T get an electric starter by removing the Kickstarter and its mechanism.
The TM EN 250 ES Fi 4T is an off-road, enduro dirt bike and features a high-strength chassis built from self-tempering aluminum with a delta box type single beam with extruded, forged, and micro cast parts to the rider’s strong support. It makes the frame lightweight and easy to throw left and right when encountering sharp turns or corners.
The dirt sports the brand’s standard Blue and White, with the graphics adding an extra oomph and bringing out the bike clear cut lines and definitions.
The blue seat gives you a firm and comfortable sitting position at 970 mm in height. The gripper seat lets you stay firmly planted on the bike without worrying about slipping off or moving too much when riding aggressively.
The front and rear mudguards are set high and made to be very prominent, and they both jut out and heighten the bike’s visual and overall aesthetic.
The bike handlebars are fitted with hand guards to protect the rider’s hand from any unwanted debris, dirt, and other small particles from flying into you and hitting your hands.
The bike has a dual-exhaust system and a curb weight of 235.9 lbs.
TM EN 250 ES Fi 4T comes in one color option:
TM EN 250 ES Fi 4T offers one variant:
The TM EN 250 ES Fi 4T is tailored with a 249.5 cc, single-cylinder, 2-stroke engine. The bike gets an eMoticom ignition system and a fuel injection system.
The 2023 TM EN 250 ES Fi 4T engine can deliver a full linear power delivery. It gives the rider complete control over the bike and its power, allowing them to choose when to slow down or speed up when going over rough terrain.
The TM EN 250 ES Fi 4T is equipped with a ‘Fresh Air’ filter system consisting of a filter channeled from the intake vents on the top of the fuel tank and directed to the airbox houses a large volume of the air filter. This system allows the engine to breathe the fresh air to maximize the bike’s performance.
The air filter system is also placed at a low center of gravity and is pushed further into the chassis so that there is a shift of weight. This makes the bike ergonomic and easy to maneuver anywhere.
As for the wheels, the TM EN 250 ES Fi 4T gets blue rims with MAXXIS tires fitted on the front and rear. These tires are the perfect match for any terrain, whether gravel, mud, sand, or more. It grips the ground firmly and gives you traction on any surface.
The TM EN 250 ES Fi 4T has a 6-speed transmission with a final chain drive and is coupled with an Oil-bath multi-disc clutch.
Regarding the suspension, the TM EN 250 ES Fi 4T gets a front suspension of Kayaba 48mm, and for the rear, it’s a TM Racing monoshock. The front suspension offers wheel travel of 310 mm, and at the rear, its 300 mm. The front and rear suspension sets work well together to minimize harsh impacts and give you a pleasant riding experience.
The braking system built-in into the TM EN 250 ES Fi 4T is impressive. The front brakes include a 270 mm Brembo single-disc caliper, and the rear brake is a 245 mm Nissin single-disc brake caliper at 245mm. Both are high-quality and well-known brands in the motocross world regarding braking.
The TM EN 250 ES Fi 4T has a price tag of around $11,995, and the KTM 250 XC-W is $10,799.
The TM EN 250 ES Fi 4T can be seen with a 249.5cc, single-cylinder, 2-stroke engine, while the KTM 250 XC-W gets a 249cc, single-cylinder, 2-stroke engine.
Fuel Tank Capacity
With the TM EN 250 ES Fi 4T, you can expect a 1.98-gallon fuel tank capacity, and the KTM 250 XC-W has a 2.38-gallon fuel tank capacity.
The TM EN 250 ES Fi 4T has a 270 mm Brembo single-disc caliper at the front, and the rear brake is a 245 mm Nissin single-disc brake caliper. On the other hand, the KTM 250 XC-W is fitted with Brembo brake disc calipers on the front and rear of 260 mm and 220 mm.
The TM EN 250 ES Fi 4T has a price tag of $11,995, and we can see the GASGAS EC 250 with a price tag of $10,099.
The TM EN 250 ES Fi 4T gets powered by a 249.5cc, single-cylinder, 2-stroke engine, and the GASGAS EC 250 has a 249cc, single-cylinder, 2-stroke engine.
Fuel Tank Capacity
With the TM EN 250 ES Fi 4T, you can expect a 1.98-gallon fuel tank capacity; next, the GASGAS EC 250 has a capacity of 2.25-gals.
The TM EN 250 ES Fi 4T is halted by a 270 mm Brembo single-disc caliper at the front, and the rear brake is a 245 mm Nissin single-disc caliper.
The GASGAS EC 250 can be seen wearing a Braktec braking system. The front disc brake is 260 mm, and the rear is 220 mm.
The TM EN 250 ES Fi 4T has a price tag of $11,995. The Sherco 250 SE Factory is priced at $11,699.
The TM EN 250 ES Fi 4T can be seen with a 249.5cc, single-cylinder, 2-stroke engine. Besides this, the Sherco 250 SE Factory has a 249.3cc, single-cylinder, 2-stroke engine with an Electronic control valve and booster.
Fuel Tank Capacity
With the TM EN 250 ES Fi 4T, you can expect a 1.98-gallon fuel tank capacity, and Sherco 250 SE Factory gets 2.75 gallons fuel tank.
The TM EN 250 ES Fi 4T has a 275 mm Brembo single-disc caliper at the front, and the rear brake is a 245 mm Nissin single-disc caliper. The Sherco 250 SE Factory has a 260 mm Brembo hydraulic at the front and 220 mm at the rear.
|Model||TM EN 250 ES Fi 4T||GASGAS EC 250||Sherco 250 SE FACTORY|
|Displacement||249 cc||249 cc||249.32 cc|
|Stroke||53.6 mm||72 mm||72 mm|
|Bore||77 mm||66.4 mm||66.40 mm|
|Top Speed||—||81 MPH||—|
|Fuel Capacity (approx)||1.98 US gallons||2.24 gallons||2.74 gallons|
|Curb Weight||235.9 lbs||233.24 lbs||225.97 lbs|
|Front Tyre Size||90/90-21||90/90-21||1.60 x 21-inch EXCEL Takasago rim (black) with Michelin Enduro Medium tyre|
|Rear Tyre Size||120/90-18||140/80-19||2.15 x 18-inch EXCEL Takasago rim (black) with Michelin Enduro Medium tyre|
|Front Brake||Single disc. Brembo 10.6 inches||10.23 inch Disc Brake||Brembo hydraulic, 10.23 Inches Galfer front disc|
|Rear Brake||Single disc. Nissin 9.6 inches||8.66 inch Disc Brake||Brembo hydraulic, 8.66 Inches Galfer front disc|
|Engine Type||Single cylinder, two-stroke||1-cylinder, 2-stroke engine||Single cylinder, 2-stroke with an anti-vibration balancer and SBS electronically-controlled exhaust valve|
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The TM EN 250 ES Fi 4T is an off-road, enduro dirt bike for racing and competition use. This dirt bike can be considered one of the best racing dirt bikes available. The TM EN 250 ES Fi 4T has consistently won worldwide championships thanks to its clever and skilled engineering over the years by experts.
The TM EN 250 ES Fi 4T is a great bike for anyone looking for an enduro dirt bike to enter competitions. Built to be strong and fitted with top-quality features, engine, brakes, suspension, and more, the TM EN 250 ES Fi 4T will not disappoint and will cheer you with joy as you triumphantly cross the finish line.
The TM EN 250 ES Fi 4T is priced at $11,995.
The TM EN 250 ES Fi 4T has a 249.5cc engine displacement.
The TM EN 250 ES Fi 4T has a 1.98-gallon fuel tank capacity.
The TM EN 250 ES Fi 4T is a 2-stroke dirt bike.
The TM EN 250 ES Fi 4T is an off-road, enduro dirt bike.