Husqvarna Introduces 2015 Lineup Including Four All-New Models

The 2015 model line functions all-new street-legal dual-sport bikes, and US-spec motocross models, expanding its range from 10 to 14 motorbikes. All new to the North American market will be the FC 350 four-stroke motocrosser, the particular TE 125 off-road two-stroke, and two street-legal dual-sport models – the FE 350 S and FE 501 S.

The 2015 model year brings Husqvarna back into AMA Supercross and Pro Motocross racing and Husky is ready to join the top ranks with the cutting-edge 2015 FC 250 and FC 450. The North American marketplace will receive an elite spec of these motocross bikes, featuring a subframe crafted from carbon-fiber-reinforced polyamide – an advanced injection-molded material selected for its light weight and exceptional strength.

Four All-new 2015 Husqvarna Motorcycles!

2015 Husqvarna TE 125

2015 Husqvarna TE 125

Husqvarna’s two-stroke enduro category grows a little wider with the new TE 125, which provides much more choice to off-road riders searching for the simple design and easy maintenance of a two-stroke. The TE 125 bears many of the same features of the larger TE machines, including the sophisticated 4CS WP fork, linked rear suspension featuring the DCC (dual compression control) WP rear shock. Husqvarna’s signature bank CNC-machined triple clamps ensure optimum clamping surface and precision power over the front end while also supplying four different handlebar positions.

The eighth-liter mill includes a high-performance cylinder and power control device. The Vertex piston is designed to provide healthy bottom-end torque as well as exceptional top-end performance. In keeping with its simple and lightweight nature, the TE a hundred and twenty-five relies on a kick-starter (rather than electric).

The TE 125’s Magura hydraulic clutch offers smooth, consistent actuation of the six-speed transmission while Boyesen reed valves ensure crisp throttle response and optimum durability.

2015 Husqvarna FC 350

Husqvarna’s middleweight four-stroke motocross machine has arrived. By combining the lightweight agility of the 250 and the hard-hitting power of the 450, the FC 350 provides premium performance on the track. In line with the FC 250 platform, the 350 is powered by a DOHC motor with lightweight titanium valves and DLC (diamond like carbon) coated finger followers. The CP-Carrillo forged box-type piston combines maximum efficiency and reliability with minimum bodyweight. Husky claims an impressive 54 horsepower.

The FC 350 carries the same 2015 upgrades to the FC 250, including the CSS clutch and one-piece machined steel clutch basket (see below). The FC 350 shares the suspension elements, and key features such as electrical start and Brembo brakes and hydraulic clutch with the FC family. Unlike its 250 and 450 siblings, however , the FC 350 will carry Husqvarna’s standard fiberglass-reinforced polyamide composite rear subframe.

Dual Sport FE 350 S

Husqvarna FE 501 S

Dual Sports activity FE 350 S & FE 501 S

Husqvarna’s street-legal dual-sport motorcycles are back and the FE 350 S and FE 501 S mix high-performance off-road performance with street-legal versatility. Based on the already popular FE 350 and FE 501, the particular “S” models come equipped with all of the accessories needed to carry a license dish, opening up worlds of possibility to your trail and tarmac adventures.

The FE 350 S features a DOHC four-stroke engine with a heavier crankshaft than its rough-road counterpart for improved traction. The FE 501 S is run by an SOHC four-stroke motor with titanium intake valves and DLC-coated rocker arms, also tuned for improved traction and optimum durability with a three-layer head seal.

The FE 350 S and FE 501 S are equipped with the same premium suspension elements as the rest of the FE family, the particular 4CS WP fork and link-mounted DCC WP shock but are optimized for the specific demands associated with dual-sport riding.

2015 Husqvarna Motocross Highlights

All FC & TC (excluding TC 85)

New 4CS WP fork

Four-chamber shell specifically designed for motocross with enhanced damping and lighter weight. Clicker settings can be easily adjusted without equipment via dials on top of the shell tubes (rebound on the right aspect, compression on the left).

New 22mm front axle

Lighter weight 22mm front side axle – replacing previous 26mm axle. Axle clamps have smaller offset and increased trail designed for improved stability.

New linkage

The revised linkage features new geometry for improved handling and surprise performance. The optimized rising price offers a more linear curve designed for better overall control and a more positive feel throughout the entire stroke from the shock. Advanced production techniques from the triangle and pull rod result in a 40g weight savings.

WP rear shock

Husqvarna’s DCC (Dual Data compresion Control) shock made by WP functions new valving and a 4mm embrace stroke. Slightly longer stroke complements the new link geometry without modifying the rear wheel travel.

Subframe reinforcement

Lightweight subframe is reinforced having an additional screw on the left aspect that improves fitment and seal with the airbox.

New fork protectors

Distinctive yellow fork protectors are redesigned, and no longer wrap completely around the fork leg. The new design allows easier access to the shell seal for service.

Oil pump

4-stroke engines receive new O-rings for increased durability under severe conditions.

Enhanced hand guards

Husqvarna motocross bikes come standard with hand guards, which are stronger and also have better impact resistance thanks to a brand new compound.

Neken handlebar

Black anodized Neken aluminum handlebar with top quality Neken bar pad.

Seat cover

Improved seat features new protect material for improved grip and sturdiness. The material is also more robust, making the entire seat firmer than before.

Dunlop MX52

Lightweight black anodized D. I. D rims bring new Dunlop MX52 tires featuring a directional front tire, and “block-within-a-block” design on the rear.

New graphics

Signature blue and yellow appearance of Husqvarna evolves with in a lather new graphics.

2015 Husqvarna FC 250

2015 Husqvarna FC 250

US-Spec FC 250 & FC 450


Exceptional to the North American market, the 2015 Husqvarna FC 250 and FC 450 feature a carbon-fiber-reinforced polyamide subframe. The material is constructed through an advanced injection-molding technique, which combines carbon fiber into the polyamide composite, for an exceptionally durable and lightweight substance.

Husqvarna FC 350

2015 Husqvarna FC two hundred fifity & FC350

CSS Clutch

CSS (coil steel spring) clutch is updated with lightweight one-piece machined steel clutch basket, which integrates the primary gear for optimum strength and reliability. Clutch springs are also upgraded with new materials that ensures more consistent efficiency.

2015 Husqvarna TC 85

2015 Husqvarna TC 85


The single-component toss swingarm has been redesigned for 2015 on the TC 85. It is now 0. 5kg lighter while maintaining exactly the same structural characteristics. The new swingarm furthermore features a redesigned chain guide, chain slider and brake hose bracket that optimize safety and efficiency.


TC 85 receives brand new Maxxis “Maxx Cross SI” wheels for exceptional straight line stability and excellent traction.

2015 Husqvarna Off-Road Highlights

All FE & TE Models

New headlight and front side number plate and fender

Husqvarna look evolves with a brand new front mask and headlight. The newest front fender (same as the motocross fender) provides easier mounting, and complements the slim, stylish lines of the 2015 Husqvarna’s distinctive bodywork.

New CNC machined triple clamps

Black anodized CNC machined triple clamps are revised to accept the new front fender, and provide a more stable and safe fit. Husqvarna’s distinct triple clamps provide uniform clamping of the shell leg in order to distribute forces evenly and maintain the leg shape. Controlled flex of the fork ensures appropriate damping along the entire stroke designed for optimum performance.

Oil pump

4-stroke engines receive new O-rings to the suction screen for increased longevity under extreme conditions.

Subframe reinforcement

Lightweight subframe is reinforced having an additional screw on the left aspect that improves fitment and seal with the airbox.

New speedometer cover

Redesigned speedometer cover thoughtfully conceals all warning lights – other than high-beam – for a cleaner screen.

Improved hand guards

All Husqvarna FE and TE models come standard with hand guards, that are stronger and have better impact resistance thanks to a new compound.

Seat cover

Improved seat features new protect material for improved grip and sturdiness. The material is also more robust, making the entire seat firmer than before.

New graphics

Signature blue and yellow look of Husqvarna advances with edgy new graphics.

2015 Husqvarna FE 250

2015 Husqvarna FE 250


The FE 250’s transmission is upgraded with a longer sixth-gear for better performance and a higher top-speed.

2015 Husqvarna FE 350

2015 Husqvarna FE 250 & FE 350

The DDS (damped diaphragm steel) clutch of the FE 250/350 receives a redesigned clutch basket for lighter weight.

2015 Husqvarna TE 250

2015 Husqvarna TE 250

The TE 250 receives a new power valve setting and improved carburetion. The opening stage of the power valve is altered (+200 rpm from 2014) to give smoother power delivery.

2015 Husqvarna TE 300

2015 Husqvarna TE 250 & TE 300

Shorter gearing on the electric starter provides higher initial torque and guarantees stronger starting.

Brand new gasket on the inner clutch protect provides improved sealing and much better durability under extreme conditions.

TE 250 and TE 300 receive a new, lighter and much more efficient 3Ah battery.

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