August 18, 2022

CFMOTO Australia is gearing up for the launch of their first non-learner journey bike fashions, the 800MT Sport and 800MT Touring, late this 12 months.

Final month they introduced pricing and now they’ve unveiled a variety of equipment.

The 800MT Sport in Starlight Black will value simply $12,990 trip away and the up-spec Ocean Blue 800MT Touring is just $1000 extra.

They are going to include a three-year, limitless kilometres guarantee underneath CFMOTO present ‘2 plus 1’ deal.

Now the importers have introduced a wide-ranging line-up of real equipment for the Aussie-bound duo.

Along with an enormous catalogue of standard-fitment options, 21 gadgets may also be out there throughout the total equipment’ gamut: baggage, safety and ergonomic options reminiscent of a better seat, handlebar riser mounts and outsized rally pegs.

The equipment vary is as follows:


Aluminium prime case (36 litres): $699

•    Excessive-strength bolstered corners  for the shock and stress of off-road driving

•    Good match with the unique mounting bracket

•    Waterproof, dustproof scratchproof inside lining

Aluminium aspect case (RHS 28 litres, LHS 35 litres): $699 everyCFMoto 800mt

•    Excessive-strength bolstered corners  for the shock and stress of off-road driving

•    Good match with the unique mounting bracket

•    Waterproof, dustproof scratchproof inside lining

Rear tail bag (40 litres): $399

CFMoto 800mt•    Constructed from waterproof and wear-resistant nylon cloth

•    Wide selection of inside pockets and strapping

•    Prime entry port (waterproof zipper), inside nylon waterproof bag

•    Double-end roll mouth, gadgets accessible from either side

•    Converts to a backpack when not fitted to bike.CFMoto 800mt

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Aspect bag meeting: RHS $599, LHS $499

•    Isolation plate which protects the bag and its contents from exhaust warmth

•    Manufactured from wear-resistant waterproof 1000D cloth, with a water-proof zipper to attain an all-inclusive waterproof and dustproof seal

•    Can be utilized as a backpack or tail bag

•    10kg most load

The 800MT Sport and 800MT Touring will go on sale with factory-fitted pannier mounts.


•    Headlight guard (silver or black): $179

•    Radiator protector (silver or black): $169

•    Decrease crash bars (silver): $299

•    Highlight guards : $99

•    Entrance brake caliper guards: $59

•    Entrance brake fluid reservoir guard: $59

•    Rear brake fluid reservoir guard: $59

•    Dashboard protecting movie: $12


•    Excessive seat (up 30mm to 855mm): $199

•   Outsized rally pegs: $119 every

•    Handlebar riser mounts: $89CFMoto 800mt


•    Outsized aspect stand seat (800MT Sport solely): $59

•    Entrance fender extension: $39

•    System extension bar: $99


The 800MT Sport and 800MT Touring are powered by KTM’s 799cc parallel twin, which produces 70kW (95hp) at 8000rpm and 88Nm at 6600rpm.

The 800MTs even have a slipper clutch, Bosch digital gas injection and a ride-by-wire throttle with three driving modes: rain, off-road and highway.

The 800MT Sport and 800MT Touring share the identical 19-litre gas capability, expansive rider and pillion seats, tubular metal body, totally adjustable KYB suspension, crash bars, 825mm seat top, adjustable display screen and Spanish J.Juan brakes with ABS.

The most important level of differentiation between the 2 is within the rolling inventory: forged wheels on the Sport versus spoked tubeless wheels on the Touring. Wheel sizes are 19-inch entrance and 17-inch rear – a super compromise for highway and off-road driving.

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