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Motorcycles 2021 Husqvarna Motocross And Cross-Country Models First Look

19:51  26 june  2020
19:51  26 june  2020 Source:   dirtrider.com

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Husqvarna has announced details about the updates made to its 2021 motocross and cross-country motorcycles. The entire Husqvarna TC, FC, TX, and FX lineup features a new mid-valve damping system in the WP Xact air fork that is intended to provide improved damping and consistent suspension performance. Another suspension change is that the WP Xact shock features new low-friction linkage seals for a refined suspension response and advanced damping characteristics. The seat cover on all of the bikes has a new texture that is designed to provide exceptional comfort and control in all conditions as well. The eight models are also adorned with new electric yellow and dark blue graphics.

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a yellow motorcycle down a dirt road: Husqvarna’s motocross and cross-country motorcycles share suspension, seat cover, and graphic updates for 2021. © Courtesy of Husqvarna Husqvarna’s motocross and cross-country motorcycles share suspension, seat cover, and graphic updates for 2021. a person flying through the air while riding a motorcycle down a dirt road: A new mid-valve damping system is used on the WP Xact air fork of Husqvarna’s TC, FC, TX, and FX range. © Courtesy of Husqvarna A new mid-valve damping system is used on the WP Xact air fork of Husqvarna’s TC, FC, TX, and FX range.

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The TC and FC motocross bikes have some updates that are exclusive to those five models including 10mm-shorter fork cartridges and outer tubes that are said to offer refined rigidity for improved rider comfort. It’s interesting and worthwhile to note that a look at the spec sheets compared to last year’s motocross models shows that the fork travel and seat height on the 2021 machines have both been decreased by 10mm (0.4 inch) as well. This means the claimed seat height for the 2021 Husqvarna TC 125, TC 250, FC 250, FC 350, and FC 450 is 37 inches, and that the fork and shock travel are equal at 300mm (11.8 inches). Lastly, the two-stroke motocrossers, the TC 125 and TC 250, have a new roller-actuated throttle assembly that is designed to provide smoother throttle motion and improved durability.

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a yellow motorcycle down a dirt road: Husqvarna’s motocross and cross-country motorcycles share suspension, seat cover, and graphic updates for 2021. © Provided by Dirt Rider Husqvarna’s motocross and cross-country motorcycles share suspension, seat cover, and graphic updates for 2021.

2021 Husqvarna FX 450

a person flying through the air while riding a motorcycle down a dirt road: A new mid-valve damping system is used on the WP Xact air fork of Husqvarna’s TC, FC, TX, and FX range. © Provided by Dirt Rider A new mid-valve damping system is used on the WP Xact air fork of Husqvarna’s TC, FC, TX, and FX range.

2021 Husqvarna FX 350

a person riding a motorcycle down a dirt road: New low-friction linkage seals are used on all eight models for MY21 in an effort to provide a refined suspension response and advanced damping characteristics. © Provided by Dirt Rider New low-friction linkage seals are used on all eight models for MY21 in an effort to provide a refined suspension response and advanced damping characteristics.

2021 Husqvarna FC 450

a person riding a motorcycle down a dirt road: Featured on Husqvarna’s five full-size motocrossers for 2021 are 10mm-shorter fork cartridges and outer tubes. The new components are said to offer refined rigidity for improved rider comfort. © Provided by Dirt Rider Featured on Husqvarna’s five full-size motocrossers for 2021 are 10mm-shorter fork cartridges and outer tubes. The new components are said to offer refined rigidity for improved rider comfort.

2021 Husqvarna FC 350

a person riding a motorcycle down a dirt road: A comparison of the spec sheets from MY20 to MY21 reveals that fork travel on Husqvarna’s 2021 motocross bikes has been decreased by 10mm (0.4 inch). With that, the fork and shock travel are equal at 300mm (11.8 inches). © Provided by Dirt Rider A comparison of the spec sheets from MY20 to MY21 reveals that fork travel on Husqvarna’s 2021 motocross bikes has been decreased by 10mm (0.4 inch). With that, the fork and shock travel are equal at 300mm (11.8 inches).

2021 Husqvarna FC 250

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a person riding a motorcycle down a dirt road: The seat height on Husqvarna’s MXers has been decreased by 10mm (0.4 inch) for 2021. © Provided by Dirt Rider The seat height on Husqvarna’s MXers has been decreased by 10mm (0.4 inch) for 2021.

2021 Husqvarna TC 250

a man riding a motorcycle down a dirt road: Husqvarna’s duo of MY21 two-stroke motocrossers, the TC 250 (pictured) and TC 125 utilize a new roller-actuated throttle assembly that is designed to provide smoother throttle motion and improved durability. © Provided by Dirt Rider Husqvarna’s duo of MY21 two-stroke motocrossers, the TC 250 (pictured) and TC 125 utilize a new roller-actuated throttle assembly that is designed to provide smoother throttle motion and improved durability.

2021 Husqvarna TC 125

a man riding a motorcycle down a dirt road: All eight of Husqvarna’s motocross and cross-country models are adorned with new electric yellow and dark blue graphics for 2021. © Provided by Dirt Rider All eight of Husqvarna’s motocross and cross-country models are adorned with new electric yellow and dark blue graphics for 2021.

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