Comes equipped with top-class mechanicals, potent motors and confident chassis

Husqvarna has just updated their two-stroke mini-motocross lineup to entice the future stars of the game. Offering some impressive features and top-of-the-line equipment list, Husky unveiled the TC50, TC65 and TC85 machines to take on the Kawasaki’s and the KTM brothers.

They will have a strict competition only specs: sans a headlamp cluster, indicators or license plates; for hence cannot be registered to be used on the public roads. These motorcycles specifically offer powerful engines, a significantly lighter chassis, high ground clearance, long travel suspension and slimmer ergonomics to be able to move around the dirt and jump hills without any hindrance.

Husqvarna TC 50

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Despite its smaller size, the powerful 50cc two-stroke engine shares the ‘big bike’ silhouette. Let’s face it, nobody buys a motocross motorbike for the way it looks or for the way it is can cut the air. But, not many people know that for a fact, the slimmer shrouds and minimalistic bodywork keeps the motorcycle at the top of its game.

The TC 50 apparently carries the most powerful motor in the class that makes use of a three-shaft design to keep weights distributed evenly. This mini also gets a dedicated kit to get the power band as low as 5.5 hp for the amateur kids having a go at their learning curve. An automatic centrifugal clutch keeps operations pretty straightforward for the little riders.

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Built around an advanced steel frame, the TC 50 mocks the competition with the top-spec equipment list that includes air adjustable WP AER 35 front forks that give a massive 205mm of travel, while at the rear, a WP monoshock with 185mm travel handles any terrain for the lightweight machine. Petal discs with single-piston calipers at both ends are more than sufficient to do their jobs and are tethered to the black aluminum spoked rims sporting Maxxis rubber.

Husqvarna TC 65

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Taking the seriousness up a notch, the TC 65 also borrows styling cues from its more serious brothers while giving the young guns an opportunity to feel the length of a full race machine with a hydraulic clutch and a manual 6-speed gearbox.

The 65cc mill borrows technology from the big brothers to check with the premiumness of the competition. The 2-stroke mill gets a pressure-controlled exhaust valve that manipulates the outlet to provide the rider with optimum performance in all situations. With the manual transmission in play, this becomes a great tool for those young stars to learn the tricks of the trade.

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When it comes to equipment, it stands pretty tall with the WP AER 35 adjustable fork units at the front with air unit in its left fork, and a WP monoshock at the rear with 270 mm travel. It also features petal discs with single-piston calipers at both ends, and black aluminum spoked rims are sporting Maxxis rubber.

Husqvarna TC 85

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From the younger or less experienced riders advancing their riding skills - to their parents wanting a bike to join them on the trails, this 85cc machine is a capable and unintimidating motorcycle designed to deliver unlimited fun.

The 2-stroke motor comes with an innovative power valve technology that instills confidence with the enhanced power, torque, and controllability. The hydraulic clutch gets swapped with hydraulic diaphragm spring clutch to ensure optimum performance across the rev band. Adjustable throttle with ODI lock-on grips enhances the rider’s approach to the bike.

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It comes retrofitted with adjustable WP AER 43 forks upfront having air in the left unit and oil in the right to subtle all dampings, and at the rear, adjustable WP XPlore PDS shock absorber handles the job pretty well. It also features petal discs with single-piston calipers at both ends, and black aluminum spoked rims are sporting Maxxis rubber.

Pricing and availability are yet to be disclosed. With manufacturers showing so much appreciation towards the sport and providing the right tool for the beginners, I think we ought to let our kids pursue what we couldn’t.

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