Husqvarna update Motocross range
One of the highlights of the range will be the TC 85, which is an all-new model that Husqvarna is hoping will be a stand-out motorcycle in the competitive 85cc class.
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The TC 85 brings with it an all new Cro-Mo steel frame which features revised geometry for improved handling and comfort housed around an engine that according to Husqvarna “delivers a broader and more controllable power delivery.”
Pair that with the WP AER 43 split air and oil forks and the WP XPlor PDS shock Husqvarna claim to have a bike that brings with it enhanced agility, improved performance and better high-speed stability.
The range also includes the TC 50 and TC 65 kids bikes. The other machines in the TC and FC range all receive minor updates for the 2018 model year.
All bikes will receive new Magura brake calipers and the four-stroke models will get a new Lithium-Ion battery that has better output consistency. The TC 125 and TC 250 will both get a Mikuni carb that features an updated setting.
The range will be available from June, check with your local Husqvarna dealer for more information.