2012 Husqvarna TE310 Dual Purpose Motorcycle

Derived straight from the TE250 platform, the 310 is bored and stroked to 302cc, producing robust torque while also retaining the light weight and agility of a quarter-liter bike.

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Special Features
• NEW Upgraded to premium Kayaba shock, stiffer suspension settings on both shock and Kayaba open-cartridge fork.
• NEW All-black, chromoly frame has increased rigidity and strength for optimized handling.
• NEW Leo Vince exhaust flows freer and improves power.
• NEW handlebar clamps offer two different offsets.
• NEW IPD (in-mold plastic design) graphics in striking new black/red color scheme.
• NEW Silver anodized Excel rims.
• Cooling system features thermostat and electric fan.
• Compact, lightweight 302.5cc four-stroke motor with DOHC and four titanium valves based on Enduro World Championship-winning bikes.
• Electric start with kick starter backup.
• Fuel injected with Mikuni D42 EFI system.
• Brembo hydraulic clutch.
• Polished Grimeca hubs front and rear.

2012 Husqvarna TE310 Dual Purpose Motorcycle

2012 Husqvarna TC250 Dirt Bike

Husqvarna’s TC250 receives another overhaul for 2012, bringing it another step closer to track supremacy.

husqvarna, 2012 husqvarna, 2012 husqvarna motorcycle, husqvarna dirt bikes, 2012 husqvarna tc250, dirt bikes, motorcyclesThe motocross/GP race-inspired bike boasts bigger power, better handling and a dose of F1 race technology, ensuring that the TC250 will be a force to be reckoned with in 2012!

Husqvarna TC250: Developed at world championship level

The return of Husqvarna to the MX World Championship has already produced its first results. The experience gained at the World MX2 Championship has now been incorporated into the new Husqvarna 2012 model TC250.

The collaboration between the factory R&D technicians and the Ricci Racing team led to the development of important updates, which bring the TC250 to the top of its category.

Both to the engine a real jewel at only 22 kg! – and the mechanical design, and all modifications which will be immediately appreciated by riders of every level and experience. Just try it.

The 2012 Husqvarna TC250 was completely revamped to exploit the experience gained during the European MX2 motocross championship by the Official Team. The bike has been radically redesigned, both as regards the engine and mechanical aspects. The engine has electronic fuel injection, with a Mikuni THB 45mm diameter batteryless throttle body.

To boost power at low and medium revs the air intake and exhaust systems have been redesigned and a nylon air intake has been introduced to the line between the filter housing and throttle body. The engine crank-casings have been modified and strengthened in the area near the attachment to the frame and the engine is protected by a new, more shock resistant, material.

2012 Husqvarna TC250 Dirt Bike

Husqvarna: 2011 Husqvarna SMR 449 Supermotard Motorcycle

HUSQVARNA SMR 449: A NEW BREED

The design of the new SMR449 outstrips that of other motard models and stands out immediately for its looks, exclusive layout and cutting-edge technology.

Husqvarna MotorcyclesDESIGN AND LAYOUT

The line is completely new: slim, svelte and refined. The single piece side panel runs from where traditionally the fuel tank would be, all the way back to the rear mudguard, allowing the rider free and unhindered movement. There is no chance of snagging boots or pants on the edges of the panels with this design.

Besides the aesthetic and ergonomic aspects, the new design also makes maintenance easier as the air filter, rear shock and throttle body can all be accessed with ease.

The long seat, which runs from the rear mudguard to the steering head, offers completely free longitudinal movement and has been modified compared to the Enduro version to improve rider comfort on longer journeys.

MASSES AND CENTER OF GRAVITY

The idea behind the SMR 449 is ‘mass centralisation’ – to keep the weight of the bike concentrated as close as possible to the centre of gravity and to design a chassis which adapts perfectly to the demands of use on the road and in the racing environment. This solution, which Husqvarna calls CTS (Coaxial Traction System), eliminates the variation in the length of the chain during rear suspension movement, minimising the effect of the final drive on the bikes handling.

The crux of this concept is the union of the rear wheel swing arm pivot point and the gearbox output shaft sprocket. This solution, which Husqvarna calls CTS (Coaxial Traction System), eliminates the variation in the length of the chain during rear suspension movement, minimising the effect of the final drive on the bikes handling.

Husqvarna: 2011 Husqvarna SMR 449 Supermotard Motorcycle

Husqvarna: 2011 Husqvarna TC449 Dirt Bike Motorcycle

HUSQVARNA TC449: A NEW BREED

The design of the new 449 outstrips that of other off road models and stands out immediately for its looks, exclusive layout and cutting-edge technology.

Husqvarna TC449, Husqvarna Motorcycles, Motorcycles, Husqvarna Dirt BikesDESIGN AND LAYOUT

The line is completely new: slim, svelte and refined. The single piece side panel runs from where traditionally the fuel tank would be, all the way back to the rear mudguard, allowing the rider free and unhindered movement.

There is no chance of snagging boots or pants on the edges of the panels with this design.

Besides the aesthetic and ergonomic aspects, the new design also makes maintenance easier as the air filter, rear shock and throttle body can all be accessed with ease.

The long seat, which runs from the rear mudguard to the steering head, offers completely free longitudinal movement.

MASSES AND CENTER OF GRAVITY

The idea behind the TC 449 is ‘mass centralisation’ – to keep the weight of the bike concentrated as close as possible to the centre of gravity and to design a chassis which adapts perfectly to the demands of competitive Enduro racing.

This solution, which Husqvarna calls CTS (Coaxial Traction System), eliminates the variation in the length of the chain during rear suspension movement, minimising the effect of the final drive on the bikes handling. This solution allows a longer swing arm whilst still retaining a wheelbase similar to our competitors, ensuring greater traction, which for Enduro means tangible advantages.

The chassis layout allows the modern DOHC engine to be mounted closer to the centre of the bike, whilst tilting the cylinder further forward allows a long and straight air intake path at the same time as keeping the centre of gravity as low as possible.

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The 2011 Husqvarna TE 250

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The 2011 Husqvarna TE 250

The 2011 Husqvarna racing machine TE 250cc Enduro Bike:

Antoine Meo and Matti Seistola have tested and ridden to victory the TE250 dirt bike in the first part of the world enduro championship . Now it is ready to meet the wider public in the showrooms and at enduro races throughout the world.

The TE250 is without doubt the best performing and most wanted 250 cc four-stroke enduro of the moment.
For the enduro version the most important changes concern chassis parts , as the 2010 version engine already had a Mikuni fuel injection system.

The chassis has been redesigned and reinforced at the specific request of the official Ch Racing team.  This Motorcycle has  a streamlined area below the cradle preventing knocks from uneven surfaces.

The area around the footrest connections and rear brake pump connections has been improved to reduce contact with the heel and to facilitate movement by the rider on the pedals.

A single plate covers the footrest and rear brake pump/pedal connections.

The suspension has been optimized, with a dedicated setting for enduro racing, both for the Kayaba forks and the Sachs shock absorber.

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The TE250 Engine

In order to better facing the longest and most extreme enduro trials the fuel tank capacity has been increased to 8.5 litres.

The tank has a new pump which enables 100% exploitation of fuel available.

The air box has been redesigned to better hold the filter sponge and improve resistance to water. Engine guards are made of a new material, providing better protection against knocks. Mirror-finish aluminium hubs are new, now with standard perforations.

The bodywork has new graphics on the tank side panels, with In Mould Plastic Decoration which is incorporated in the actual material, not applied afterwards.  design and look of handguards included in the kit are also new.

The engine has been redesigned, improving power at low revs thanks to the ability to choose between 2 different CDI maps configuration through handlebar switch – for hard or soft ground, depending on the style of riding and condition of the track.

The layout of radiator hoses is new, as well as the position of the exhaust silencer now with new db killer and heat protection

The 2011 Husqvarna TC 250 Dirt Bike

2011 Husqvarna TC 250

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Husqvarna TC250

The improvements to the Husqvarna TC250 have been confirmed at the European MX2 championship now underway, with Andrea Cervellin and Jernej Irt first and second respectively in the championship after 5 rounds.

The most important changes are to the engine, now fitted with a Mikuni batteryless electronic fuel injection system and 45 mm diameter throttle body.

The major changes to the engine are to the cylinder head, with a new profile that has enabled an increase in power throughout the curve. The camshaft fuel intake line and exhaust are new, as well as the intake phasing.

The engine crank-case has been reinforced and now has steel sockets on chassis connections. The Akrapovic exhaust pipe has been specially designed by the manufacturer in Slovenia for Husqvarna and has a steel manifold, titanium silencer and steel heat protection.

Concerning the chassis parts the frame area below the engine cradle and near the footrests has been completely redesigned, with side plates of forged steel to reduce lateral bulk and increase resistance to strain. This effectively creates a single plate covering the footrest and brake pedal connections.

The cradle surface has been streamlined so as to reduce to a minimum any possible impact with the ground or other obstacles. The steering pipe area has also been improved and reinforced.

The engine guards are made of a new material, providing better protection against knocks.

The mirror-finish aluminium hubs are new, now with standard perforations.

The bodywork has new graphics on the tank area, with In Mould Plastic Decoration which is incorporated in the actual material, not applied afterwards.

*Fuel economy estimates are based on US EPA exhaust emission certification data obtained by Yamaha and converted into Canadian measurements. Your actual mileage will vary depending on road condition, how you ride, maintain your vehicle, accessories, cargo and operator/passenger weight. Specifications, appearance, and price of product are subject to change without notice.

* MSRP does not include freight, PDI (Pre Delivery Inspection), pre-rigging (boats), or taxes. Dealer May sell for less