Husky used its 250cc development program to launch the 1966 Husqvarna 360 Viking. The Open class Husky was based on Torsten Hallman's 250.
About 60mm on average, but also the difference between being kicked in the seat of your pants or G-ing out. It is the quickest way to see if your shock spring is correct
The basic effects of the engine on handling has little to do with how much money you spent. Money can buy a fast engine, but you don't have enough dough to make a bad bike handle good.
The motocross bike with forks on the front; forks on the back; Harley-Davidson on the tank, Aermacchi engineering and enough borrowed Japanese parts to make the yen go higher
Mr. Universe will get arm pump
A 500cc, two-stroke, twin-cylinder twingle
It is free and easily learned, for those over two
A strange marriage results in a giant seller
Crackpot ideas abound — good ones, not so much
The blueprint for a KX500 swap
Remembering the greats
Two carbs, magnesium engine and total dominance
The BSA Bantam was a DKW war prize
$800,00 Yamaha that blows a YZ450F away
Did you own one of these? Two? Ten?
Of course it will? After you sell it to someone else
The DT2MX was the first Yamaha designed for motocross
Natural rubber? Better. Synthetic rubber? Cheaper.
Renovating a 2005 YZ125
Demand in USA would exceed Husky's 1969 production
Different types, different strategies
Rickman promised not to Import Petite to the USA
Save hard-earned cash — Use this quick trick
Reliability problems. Spanish metal. Not popular. The El Bandido
When two-stroke arrived, Matchless fought back with the G85CS