Meet the Husqvarna SMR125, an agile motorcycle that has all it needs to deal effortless with the toughest tracks.
The motorcycle was created for the young riders that are fans of supermoto, but also want an agile vehicle for riding through the city.
At its heart lies a single cylinder overhead camshaft (sohc) 4-stroke, liquid-cooled 124.45 cc engine that meets the Euro 3 emission regulations. The engine is combined with a six speed transmission and comes with a Keihin 29 mm carburettor and electric ignition.
The motorcycle’s backbone is represented by a monobeam frame in cr-mo steel with a circular cross section and rear seat rail, also in steel.
The motorcycle rides on a pair of light alloy wheels and uses a 140mm rear tyre.
The ride quality is assured by front suspension forks and a rear single shock absorber, with adjustable spring preload.
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The Husqvarna SMS 126 is a capable off road motorcycle that will reward you with a fun riding experience every time you jump on its back.
Its dual-purpose character makes it the perfect motorcycle for mixing the city riding with the dirty tracks.
At its heart lies a single cylinder, two-stroke unit with a displacement of 124.82 ccm. The engine is mated on a six speed transmission and is fed by a 9,50 liters fuel tank.
It is also worthy of being mentioned that the SMS125 comes with the ECS electronic carburetion system that helps it meet the Euro 3 requirements. You also get a new exhaust and silencer derived from the 125cc racing CR/WR.
To be able to deal with bumps without too much drama the Husqvarna SMS125 is fitted with Marzocchi 40mm USD forks and a rear Sachs adjustable shock absorber with Soft Damp linkage.
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The Husqvarna SMR 511 is one of the most capable supermotard models in its class. The motorcycle features a sporty design language underlined by its single piece side panel which runs along the bike and the long seat which offers a comfortable riding position. The new design not only puts ergonomics on the first place, but it also makes maintenance easier because you can access much easier components like the air filter or the rear shock.
All components are mounted on a perimetrical chassis made of high strength steel tubing. You also get an innovative suspension configuration which comes with a new linkage mounted on the upper side of the aluminium alloy swing arm.
The stopping power is assured by front Brembo 320 mm fixed disc with hydraulic control and four pistons radial caliper, and a rear 240 mm disc with single piston floating caliper.
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The Husqvarna SMR is an agile dirt bike which features a svelte silhouette and is packed with a long list of modern technologies. The motorcycle comes with a single piece side panel which runs from where traditionally the fuel tank would be, all the way through to the rear mudguard. The company says that it was carefully designed to offer a lower center of gravity, so you can expect to top notch steering and handling abilities.
Power comes from a 449.6 cc, liquid cooled single cylinder, 4-stroke, DOHC, 4 valve engine which is paired with an 8.5 liter fuel tank.
The Husqvarna SMR sits on 17 inch wheels shod in 120/70-17" Pirelli M/C 58H TL Diablo front and 50/60-17" Pirelli M/C 66H TL Diablo rear tyres. The front wheel is kept in check by a MARZOCCHI USD telescopic hydraulic fork with advanced axle, compression and rebound stroke adjustment while the rear suspension consist of a SACHS Progressive link with single hydraulic shock absorber and features spring preload adjustment, compression and rebound adjustment.
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Husqvarna seems to know how important it is for kinds to have the right tool to start their riding days on as they launch two new 50cc models for youngsters – the CR 50 and SM 50. The first a mini cross model and the second a mini motard, both machines are based on the principle that if you have young riders that are hooked on to a manufacturer from the start, they’ll probably stick with it for as long as they ride.
Basically, the 2011 model years are very simple. They both feature the same engine – a 50cc single-cylinder two-stroke developing just under 12 horsepower – and chassis – CrMo frame, Marzocchi fork, Sachs shock absorber and aluminum wheels. These lasts are also the ones that make the difference between the two models.
Overall, the bikes look great with their racy plastics and decals, which is exactly what the little fellows want. Hit the jump for the official press release and specifications.
Husqvarna’s 2009 ascension starts with the new SM 450 R model unveiled at the Intermot show recently, a bike that has both potential and guts to make a difference after the company has been acquisitioned by industry’s giant, BMW.
For starters, the 2009 model year is expected to be an even sharper handler due to the all-new frame aimed at enhancing those racing abilities while the engine is perfected for even more performance and longer life.
At the exterior, a redesigned headlight will easily stand out together with 2009’s graphics. Overall, Husky claims a weight reduction of no more or less than one kilogram, leaving us wondering how many horsepower the engine gains.
That, my friends, we will find out as soon as Husqvarna releases the full specifications on this new model.
A big step forward if marked by 2008 model year for these two models. They both feature the innovative fuel injection system that helps power them even further into the customer’s preferences and together with the new frame, sub-frame and forks, to become the favorite Supermoto rides out there.