In 1966, Husqvarna flew Swedish rider, Torsten Hallman to America to compete in local scrambles and introduce the country to the concept of a motocross bike — an objective Hallman completed by utterly dominating every event he entered, at times lapping the entire field, and in the process proving the superiority of the lightweight motocrosser. More than half a century later and Husqvarna remains at the forefront of two-wheeled off-road performance, and the Swedish marque continues this tradition with its latest lineup of enduro motorcycles for 2021.
Comprised of seven updated models — the TE 150i, TE 250i, TE 300i, FE 250, FE 350, FE 450, and FE 50 (with the “TE” denoting two-stroke models while the “FE” designates four-stroke) — every 2021 Husky enduro model features fuel injection and electric starters while all the FE’s also get adjustable engine mapping and traction control. Other top-shelf highlights appearing across the entire range include redesigned bodywork, updated liveries, MAGURA brake components, WP suspension, CNC-machined triples, Li-on batteries, ProTaper bars, Pankl Racing gearboxes, laser-engraved D.I.D. wheels, and Chromoly steel frames paired with carbon composite subframes. MSRPs haven’t been announced, though it will likely come in similarly to last year’s prices. For more information on models or pricing, check your local authorized Husqvarna dealer.
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