2012 Husqvarna CR65 (ACTION VIDEO)

With the introduction of the 2012 CR65 young champions can take to the track with the right bike and a brand they will learn to love - because in addition to its top-of-the-class performance, it has the same lines and layout as the TC449.

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CR50, CR65, CR125, TC250, TC449 The new CR125 comes from a long and noble tradition, the result of amazing victories and attention to the needs of young riders, riders who can now find in dealerships the new 2012 Husqvarna CR125. With the introduction of the 2012 CR65 young champions can take to the track with the right bike and a brand they will learn to love - because in addition to its top-of-the-class performance, it has the same lines and layout as the TC449. The new TC449 explores beyond the horizon, perfecting the concepts introduced last year: tank below the seat to improve the centre of gravity, airbox high in the frame to take in fresh and clean air, and above all, the swing arm pivot coaxial with the gear box output shaft, reducing almost to zero the effects of chain drag. The return of Husqvarna to the MX World Championship has already produced its first results. The experience gained at the World MX2 Championship has now been incorporated into the new Husqvarna 2012 model TC250.





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2012 Husqvarna TC449 (ACTION VIDEO)
The new TC449 explores beyond the horizon, perfecting the concepts introduced last year: tank below the seat to improve the centre of gravity, airbox high in the frame to take in fresh and clean air, and above all, the swing arm pivot coaxial with the gear box output shaft, reducing almost to zero the effects of chain drag.




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