September 28 2011.

Husqvarna Motorcycles will be exhibiting its full range of 2012 models at the International Dirt Bike Show at Stoneleigh Park, 3 - 6 November.

Husqvarna claimed its 79th world title, as Antoine Meo stormed to victory in the 2011 E2 World Enduro Championship on his Husqvarna TE310. The new 2012 Husqvarna enduro range uses the success of the Husqvarna CH Racing Monster Energy Team to produce machines for off road riders of all abilities.

The enduro models all have a stylish new look with new graphics, black chassis and silver wheels. The 2012 TE250 and TE310 4-stroke models also have a Kayaba rear shock and an uprated frame. Husqvarna engineers have worked to make the bikes even easier to ride, improving handling and engine response at low revs. The TE250 will be available at £6,725 and the TE310 at £6,825.

The 2012 TE449 is now more streamlined and efficient, with updates for 2012 including a redesigned rear fender, improved balance, new suspension settings and a shorter Kayaba rear shock that further reduces seat height - RRP is £6,925.

The Husqvarna 2012 motocross range includes world-class models such as the TC250, on show for the first time to the public at the show. The new 2012 TC250 takes its inspiration from experiences gained at the World MX2 championship. With collaboration between the factory R&D technicians and the Ricci Racing team, Husqvarna brings the TC250 to the category. Updates to the engine and chassis will be immediately appreciated by riders at every level and experience. The 2012 TC250 will be £6,125 ready to ride.

The 2012 CR125 is destined to be one of the best two stroke motocross machines on the market. This tried and tested, reliable bike has a responsive two-stroke engine, easy handling frame and top brand suspension and brakes and is now £4,790.

With the introduction of the 2012 CR65, young would-be champions can take to the track with the right bike and a brand they will learn to love, because in addition to its top class performance, it has the same lines and layout as the TC449. A great bike for great little riders, the new, CR65 has 14/12" wheels, 6 speed gearbox and easily adjustable suspension for both rebound and compression damping and retails at £2,995. Younger riders are particularly welcome to visit the Husqvarna stand and see the new CR65 for themselves.

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