Latest motocross lineup boasts two-stroke EFI and list of updates.
Husqvarna Motorcycles has unveiled its 2023 FC and TC motocross range, engineered to outperform, featuring a list of updates across the five full-sized models, including the two-strokes fitted with electronic fuel injection standard.
Continuing to deliver true motocross performance, the all-new 2023 Husqvarna Motorcycles’ TC and FC models further enhance the on-track riding experiences of all riders.
Highly capable of competing at the highest levels of racing as standard, technical advancements include new engines, suspension, frames, swingarms, and bodywork. Each of the two-stroke and four-stroke machines receive tailored developments for maximum performance.
Strengthening their positions as some of the best performing two-strokes on the market, the TC 125 and TC 250 are now equipped with electronic fuel injection (EFI) and e-start, straight out of the crate. Both machines are now easily started with the simple press of a button.
The throttle body fuel injection system ensures optimal power and rideability, as well as enhancing reliability, and lowering overall running costs. These significant enhancements underline the continued evolution of these popular models in the highly competitive two-stroke sector.
The 2023 FC 250 and FC 350 are powered by all-new four-stroke engines that are designed to be faster, lighter, and play a vital role in enhancing overall handling.
Utilizing the latest technology and electronic rider aids these models remain at the forefront of motocross development alongside the FC 450, which features a revised and repositioned engine to improve mass centralisation.
Such technology and rider aids include a new multifunctional map select switch that also activates the quickshifter – fitted with an enhanced sensor, traction, and launch control.
All machines in the motocross line-up are engineered to outperform the competition. Expertly assembled with high-quality components for enhanced performance, reliability, and customisation, these models are equipped with WP suspension for unsurpassed comfort and straight-line stability.
The new WP XACT 48 mm front forks offer more progressive end-of-stroke damping thanks to an improved hydrostop. In addition, the WP XACT rear shock is designed with a refined main piston for improved comfort and features tool-free adjusters for fast setting changes.
Complete with ProTaper handlebars, a Brembo clutch and hydraulics, and Dunlop Geomax mx33 tyres, each model is equipped with a map select switch for selectable engine maps and a personalised riding experience.
In addition, Husqvarna Motorcycles continues to enhance its high performing range of TC minicycles. The 2023 range includes the TC 85, TC 65 and TC 50, TC 50 mini plus the EE 5 electric bike.
Each bike in the minicycle range is fitted with Maxxis Maxxcross MX-ST tyres, as the TC 85, TC 65 and TC 50 are equipped with striking new white, grey, and yellow graphics that underline Husqvarna Motorcycles’ Swedish heritage.
Notably, the TC 65 features a new Formula clutch assembly and a new larger rear disc and brake components from Formula for enhanced stopping power.
The 2023 motocross four-stroke range will be available from August 2022 onward at authorised Husqvarna Motorcycles Dealers in Australia and New Zealand. Availability of the 2023 TC two-strokes will begin later in the year, from November 2022 onwards.
2023 Husqvarna minicycles will be available from July onwards with the TC 85, followed by the TC 65 from August (AU) / November (NZ) and the TC 50 from December. Visit www.husqvarna-motorcycles.com for the latest information.