Comfortable, agile and reliable the 2014 Husqvarna TC 350 is ready to deal with anything you ask of it. The motorcycle weights only 97.8 Kg and is propelled by a 249 cc, 1 cylinder 2 stroke, water cooled engine with reed intake and exhaust control. The 249 cc unit is combined with a kick starter and its power is transferred to the rear wheel by means of a five speed claw shifted transmission with DDS clutch.
The 2014 Husqvarna TC 250’s speed is kept in leash by a Brembo braking system that includes front and rear disc brakes with four-pot calipers up front and one-pot calipers out back.
Once on board, you are met by an ergonomically designed seat which is tightly wrapped around the engine and frame. The handlebar was also carefully designed to deliver a sporty riding position.
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The Husqvarna TC 125 has received a few upgrades for 2014. The most important is represented by the new bodywork that allows you a better control of the motorcycle. You also get a comfortable seat, tapered 827 Renthal Fatbar handlebars and comfy footpegs.
The motorcycle is powered by a 123.8 cc, 1-cylinder, 2-stroke, water-cooled unit with reed intake and exhaust control. The engine is paired with a 6 gear, claw shifted transmission and is brought to life by an electric starter.
The motorcycle has a modern chromium molybdenum frame that offers a perfect balance between torsional rigidity, longitudinal stiffness and lightness.
The stopping power is assured by a set of capable Brembo brakes, that come with a new master cylinder and floating calipers in combination with 260mm wave discs at the front and 220mm wave discs at the rear.
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Husqvarna launched the 2014 TC 85. The motorcycle comes with a new bodywork that was especially developed to offer perfect ergonomics for a wide range of body sizes.
As far as power is concerned, the Husqvarna TC 85 sports a 84.93 cc, 1-cylinder, 2-stroke, water cooled engine with reed intake and exhaust control. It is linked to a 6-gear, claw shifted transmission and is brought to life by an electric starter. The engine is fed by a 5 l fuel tank.
The lively 2 stroke unit is combined with a chromoly steel frame and a lightweight aluminum rear subframe that play a major role in keeping the motorcycle’s agility at a high level.
The ride is kept in leash by a completely adjustable front and rear WP suspension system that can soak most of the bumps without breaking a sweat.
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The Husqvarna TC449 has anything it needs to be considered a capable off road motorcycle – it’s light, agile and strong.
It weighs only 238 lbs and is built around a 449.6 cc, four stroke, single cylinder engine with four titanium valves. The engine’s power is kept in leash by a five speed transmission and is fed by a 2.10 gallons fuel tank which is placed bellow the seat to improve the center of gravity.
To be able to deal effortless with rugged terrains, the Husqvarna TC449 received a long travel Kayaba 48 mm closed-cartridge fork which is paired with a rear fully adjustable Kayaba single shock.
The stopping power is assured by a capable Brembo braking system which offers fairly sharp performances.
As far as prices are concerned the Husqvarna TC449 can be yours for no less than $ 7,999.
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The 2012 Husqvarna TC250 was developed using Husqvarna’s experience gained at the World MX2 Championship. The collaboration between the factory R&D technicians and the Ricci Racing team resulted into significant upgrades made to the engine and the mechanical design.
The motorcycle’s DOHC, 4-valve liquid-cooled, 49.5cc engine now features a modern design and is the most compact and lightest in its category. Among the numerous upgrades made to the new engine we want to note the completely redesigned twin cam valve train which comes with four titanium valves and a different piston.
The injection has also been completely changed, while the electronic ignition and the exhaust are new too.
Moreover, stability and maneuverability are improved by the new Kayaba monoshock with externally adjustable damping (high/low speed compression and rebound). The fork is also Kayaba and the preload has been changed to a firmer setting.
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The Husqvarna TC 250 was especially developed to race in the motocross MX2 class. The really good part is that’s also available in showrooms. The 2013 model is fitted with a series of modern technologies developed using the company’s experience in the MX2 World Championship.
One of the most important upgrades was made to the engine. The 2013 powerplant features a new cooling system which secures a constant temperature, a magnet in the crankcase oil plug as well as an improved throttlebody.
Another new feature offered for the 2013 model is the fresh handlebar protector which improves the rider’s safety. We also need o send a shout at the new softer handgrips which are now glued on the handlebar.
The stopping power is assured by a front 260 mm fixed disc with hydraulic control and double piston floating caliper and a rear 240 mm fixed disc with hydraulic control and single floating caliper.
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There is hardly any other motorcycle brand that is able to boast of a 108-year tradition of motorcycle production and racing like that of Husqvarna . The first Husqvarna motorcycles were built in 1903, with victory coming just 13 years later in 1916 at one of best known enduro races of the time, the Novemberkåsan. This laid the foundation for a success story which remains unparalleled to this day.
Today, Husqvarna has crafted a reputation as one of the most storied motorcycle manufacturers in the world and their expertise in the field is no more evident than in the bikes they produce, including the TC449.
The TC449 is the epitome of what a motocross bike is all about. The bike’s revolutionary mechanical design features a gas tank that has been moved below the seat with the fuel cap to the rear. The air filter box is located directly behind the headstock, making the overall set-up more balanced and user friendly. Likewise, the bodywork comes with integrated graphics that not only enhance the design and function of the TC449, but also resolve the problem of adhesives that peel off under the power wash.
Another significant aspect of the TC449 is the new frame, which has been modified at the steering-head area and reinforced with chrome-moly 25CrMo4 steel plates. The rear seat rail and engine supports have also been similarly strengthened while the preload of the Kayaba suspension was reset, allowing for the fork to carry a harder setting.
To lighten and simplify the electrical system, the 2012 Husqvarna TC449 has had its entire wiring completely redesigned. At the heart of it all is a 450cc twin cam four valve engine that’s fed by a Keihin electronic injection and comes with electric start.
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Husqvarna has always strived to innovate and bring new ideas to the world of off road motorcycles. Now, as always, the motorcycle brand with the longest tradition in the world in the Off Road sector is fully committed to the ongoing research and development of the perfect off road bike: easy to use, ready to race and easy to maintain.
The design of the new 449/511 range outstrips that of other off road models and stands out immediately for its looks, exclusive layout and cutting-edge technology. A range of Husqvarna Special Parts will be available, developed by Husqvarna to provide the best combination of lightness, durability and performance to allow Husqvarna fans to personalise their bikes and offer them the ingredients for racing success.
For 2010, Husqvarna worked to deliver a new motocross range that is composed from models characterized by more engine performance and better handling, while also being more reliable and weighing less. The new Husky TC450 is the first example in that matter as it was derived from the racing machines of Husqvarna’s World Championship Teams.