2013 Husqvarna WR125
If you are searching for a capable trail bike then you should take a closer look at the 2013 Husqvarna WRE125.
The motorcycle has all it needs to be considered an agile trail bike and this year has received a small facelift so it comes with a new style that draws inspiration from the world of racing as well as a few other comfort amenities. Among them, you’ll find a standard handlebar protector and softer handgrips for enhanced comfort.
At the heart of the motorcycle lies a single cylinder, two-stroke engine with a displacement of 124.82 ccm (7.62 cubic inches). The engine is combined with a Dell Orto VHST28 Carburettor and is mated on a six speed constant mesh transmission.
The stopping power is assured by Brembo brakes, while the suspension system includes a front Kayaba 48 mm fork and a rear Sachs fully adjustable single shock.
Hit the jump for more information on the 2013 Husqvarna WRE125.
2013 Husqvarna WR125
Engine:Single-cylinder, two-stroke, Power valve with mechanical control
Energy:Mikuni TMX38 carburetor
Husqvarna. The pleasure of learning. The pleasure of rediscovering lightweight enduro.
For young riders it is a necessity and also the natural choice for those who want to rediscover the joy of lightness and the unmistakable high rev sound of a WR125. A bike that has everything - performance and handling – the result of infinite tests and trials over the course of its career, often making it the standard of reference for the 125 cc class. And the significant advantage of having the most affordable price in the Husqvarna enduro racing range.
2013 Husqvarna WR125 Key Features:
Like all models also the WR125 received a reworked graphic set and the qulity improved stickers for the 2013 version.
Safe and Reliable Ride
Beside the handlebar protection which is serial equipment in the modelyear 13, the handgrips are now softer, which improves the riding comfort, and glued on the handlebar to fix them even through tough rides
|Engine type||Single-cylinder, two-stroke, Power valve with mechanical control|
|Bore & Stroke||54 mm x 54.5 mm|
|Fuel System||Mikuni TMX38 carburetor|
|Ignition||Electronic with adjustable advance|
|Rake and Trail||26.5° / 4.33 in.|
|Wheel Base||27.7 in.|
|Seat Height||38.4 in.|
|Front Suspension||Kayaba 48 mm fork, open-cartridge|
|Rear Suspension||Sachs single shock, fully adjustable|
|Front Brake||Brembo brake hydraulics and Braking rotors|
|Rear Brake||Brembo brake hydraulics and Braking rotors|
|Fuel Capacity||2.5 gal.|
|Dry Weight||216.1 lbs.|
The upgrades made to the 2013 model aimed the style and comfort departments so there aren’t any significant technical upgrades.
But this isn’t as bad as it sounds, because the Husqvarna WE125 has always been a potent motorcycle. Its strongest point however remains the handling which continues to impress us in every aspect despite its relatively old-tech steel frame.
On the track, the bike feels incredibly stable and its narrow design helps you maneuver it with confidence.
The Brembo brakes are fairly strong too and have a good feel, so you won’t be disappointed by them in any situation.
In the end, the WE125 remains a great tool for learning and thanks to the Husqvarna DNA you won’t have to worry about its reliability.