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Posted by BushA on July 12, 2010

Category: Motorcycle, New bikes

Following last year’s expansion of the model range in the 4-stroke segment, the company’s focus for 2011 has turned towards two-stroke models. As a result, Husaberg is offering two new models – the TE 250 and TE 300 – for the 2011 model year, both powered by state-of-the-art, high-performance, 2-stroke engines.

Husaberg seems to have thrown environmental caution to the winds

Husaberg seems to have thrown environmental caution to the winds

At the heart of the two TE models is a compact and extra-lightweight 2-stroke engine with a displacement of 249 cc or 293.2 cc respectively. The units are equipped with an exhaust power-valve and an adjustable ignition (selectable via a switch fitted as standard to the handlebars), which provide the opportunity to adapt the engine characteristics precisely to the needs of the rider and the terrain. Both models features a six-gear transmission designed precisely for enduro use. The hydraulic clutch system comes from Brembo. Just like the four-stroke Husabergs, the TE models are equipped with the latest upside-down forks from WP, featuring closed-cartridge technology.

These are the first two-stroke models in Husaberg's history

These are the first two-stroke models in Husaberg's history

The new Husaberg models will be available from mid-July from authorised Husaberg dealers.

Husaberg model range 2011

2011 Husaberg TE 250 Specifications and Photos

2011 Husaberg TE 300 Spec and Photos

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