FIRST AND FOREMOST, IS THE 2014 HUSQVARNA FC450 BETTER THAN THE 2013 FC450? A: Yes, but mainly because there was no FC450 in 2013. Since its glory days, Husqvarna has changed ownership several times. The Swedes sold
It has been a long and winding road, fraught with peril and surprises around every corner. But, the MXA wrecking crew managed to get through testing the 2013 250 four-strokes with nary a scratch. As for our
Q: WHAT'S THE STORY WITH THE TC250? A: After flying under the U.S. radar for a few years, Husqvarna debuted the current-generation TC250 as a 2010 model. The big buzz was about its all-new ?X Lite? engine,
2011 Husqvarna TC250 : The Italians are making a serious push at competing on the world circuit with their fuel-injected, lightweight, nimble-handling 250 four-stroke. Q: FIRST AND FOREMOST, IS THE 2011 TC250 BETTER THAN THE 2010
By John Basher OUR LOVE/HATE RELATIONSHIP WITH THE TC250 The MXA wrecking crew has had a whirlwind romance with the Husqvarna TC250. Much of our experience on the 250 four-stroke should be considered troubled, with only minor
Husqvarna was once a major player in American motocross. They won National Championships, sold thousands of bike a year and were a powerhouse in every aspect of offroad racing. They want to get back to where they
Husqvarna is back on the map in America. They have a super-powerful offroad team, led by stars like Ty Davis, Glenn Kearney, Nick Burson and Bobby Garrison, and a full line of offroad machines. So, when the
Fuel-injected 2011 TC250. From Husqvarna: The 2011 Husqvarna TC250 motocross bike, which was all-new last year, will be even newer for 2011. After only a year of production, Husqvarna decided to up the ante with a totally
WARNING: Much of the action depicted in this magazine is potentially dangerous. Virtually all of the riders seen in our photos are experienced experts or professionals. Do not attempt to duplicate any stunts that are beyond your own capabilities. Always wear the appropriate safety gear.
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