Husqvarna Motorcycles are proud to launch the complete range of model year 2020 TE and FE enduro models – a revamped line-up of competition machines that introduce key chassis, suspension and engine developments to allow riders to further extend their limits of enduro potential. 

Delivering high levels of dynamic performance, class-leading power across all engine sizes and equipped with updated WP suspension, all 2020 models benefit from comfortable ergonomics and a progressive design. Thanks to a new frame, subframe, shock linkage and bodywork, updated fork and shock settings, and premium components as standard, the entire Husqvarna Motorcycles enduro range will allow riders of all skill levels to easily find seamless flow while riding offroad. 

Primed for the unpredictability of enduro, the new generation enduro range combines unparalleled performance with advances in engine and chassis technology. Continuing the progression of offroad motorcycling, the new models offer improved handling, comfort and usability for both professional and amateur enduro riders. 

Continuing the brand’s leading approach to innovation, the entirely new generation enduro models feature new frame, subframe, suspension, bodywork and engines. All frames feature increased longitudinal and torsional rigidity, which when added to the new, lighter composite carbon fibre subframe, ensures exceptional handling, stability and rider feedback. New aluminium cylinder head mountings further improve handling. Updated 48 mm WP XPLOR front forks and WP XACT shocks offer simple adjustment, more consistent damping and better resistance to bottoming. Superior performance, comfort and traction is further enhanced thanks to the linkage system that reduces seat height, ensuring riding over technical terrain has never been easier. 

Husqvarna Motorcycles enduro models are primed for the unpredictability of enduro thanks to new engines across the range, as well as revised exhaust systems and wiring harnesses. 

An all-new TE 150i now stands beside the pioneering TE 250i and TE 300i, sharing the same proven 2-stroke fuel injection technology. Giving all the convenience of a modern 4-stroke at a fraction of the weight, the machine mixes a nimble and lightweight chassis with a compact and powerful engine. Benefitting from an electric starter as standard, Husqvarna Motorcycles’ continuous 2-stroke development ensures the TE 150i delivers maximum performance. 

The entire 4-stroke range features extensive engine upgrades for increased performance and rideability, with the FE 450 and FE 501 receiving a new cylinder head, as well as extensive revisions to the FE 250 and FE 350. Showcasing Husqvarna Motorcycles pioneering design direction, the enduro range features distinctive, new bodywork and graphics. Allowing riders to perform at the highest level for extended periods, in addition to the 10 mm reduction in seat height the slimmed down bodywork delivers ergonomics that ensure easier movement on the bike and confidence inspiring riding positions. 


  • New frame on all models offering increased longitudinal & torsional rigidity 
  • TE 150i featuring electronic fuel injection 
  • New 250g lighter 2-piece subframe across the model range 
  • Updated WP XPLOR fork with new mid-valve piston & setting 
  • Updated WP XACT shock with new main piston & setting 
  • New shock linkage dimension providing reduced seat height & added control 
  • All-new exhaust systems for optimal performance & durability 
  • New seat that places rider 10mm closer to the ground 
  • Improved cooling circuit with radiators placed 12mm lower 
  • Progressive new bodywork design offering new and improved ergonomics 
  • Updated 4-stroke engines offering improved performance & rideability 
  • 1° lower mounting on T 250i/300i engines for improved front end traction 
  • Updated TE 250i/300i cylinder for superior 2-stroke performance 

Complimenting the launch of the 2020 enduro range is Husqvarna Motorcycles' GOTLAND CLOTHING – a complete range of apparel and protective equipment that takes into account the unique challenges of offroad riding. In addition, Husqvarna Motorcycles’ ACCESSORIES provide an extensive line-up of performance engine and suspension components, protective parts and tools. 

The new Husqvarna enduro range will be available from June 2019. 



Husqvarna Motorcycles are pleased to announce the launch of the MY20 motocross range – nine premium minicycle and full-size machines that feature carefully considered developments targeted at further improving the pioneering European manufacturer’s cutting-edge motocross line-up. 

Following on from the introduction of the revolutionary MY19 motocross models, Husqvarna Motorcycles engineers have continued to refine the handling, aesthetics and overall performance of the FC and TC models. Delivering functional improvements, the entire motocross range yet again offers state-of-the-art technologies with premium, high-end componentry. 

Continuing to develop motorcycles that are more agile, more powerful and more ergonomically advanced, the MY20 range sees upgrades to the FC 250, FC 350, FC 450 4-strokes and TC 125 and TC 250 2-stroke machines, as well as to the TC 50. Notably, the entire motocross range features striking new graphics that offer a modern-day salute to the brand’s rich racing history.

The list of MY20 technical highlights includes a new additional interchangeable airbox cover for optimised airflow on all FC models. Focused on delivering optimum efficiency, all models enjoy progressive bodywork for optimised ergonomics together with chromoly steel frames that ensure precisely engineered flex characteristics and Husqvarna Motorcycles’ innovative 2-piece composite subframe. WP XACT suspension ensures accurate and responsive handling in all conditions thanks to progressive settings and the AER front fork technology. High-end components guarantee all models deliver class leading performance with CNC machined triple clamps on all full-size models, Magura hydraulic clutch system, ProTaper handlebars, Brembo brake callipers and high-performance discs as standard. All 4-stroke models are equipped with electric start as well as traction and launch control. 

Additional interchangeable airbox cover on FC models for optimised airflow
Striking new graphics as a modern-day salute to Husqvarna’s racing heritage 
Progressive bodywork for optimal ergonomics
Chromoly steel frame featuring precisely engineered flex characteristics
Innovative 2-piece composite subframe design
Progressive setting on the WP XACT forks with AER technology
WP XACT shock featuring progressive setting
CNC machined triple clamps on full-size models
Magura hydraulic clutch system offering perfect action in every condition
Brembo callipers & high-performance discs combining superior stopping power with great control
Traction & launch control with advanced settings [4-strokes]
Electric starter for easy starting when time is critical
Lightweight Li-ion 2.0 Ah battery
ProTaper handlebar
Progressive throttle mechanism & ODI grips offering easy grip mounting
Laser engraved D.I.D. wheels

Gearboxes produced by Pankl Featuring the same level of quality and much of the same technology found in the successful full-size motocross models, Husqvarna Motorcycles’ minicycle range continues to offer up-and-coming youngsters of all skill levels a comprehensive line-up of premium quality bikes. Giving all new minicycles striking new graphics, for MY20 Husqvarna Motorcycles engineers also focused their attentions on the TC 50, fitting it with a new lightweight, cast aluminium swingarm. 

The MY20 motocross line-up is complimented by Husqvarna Motorcycles’ FUNCTIONAL CLOTHING OFFROAD COLLECTION and ACCESSORIES. Ensuring that riders of all abilities and ages are fully prepared for their next ride, the OFFROAD CLOTHING COLLECTION is a complete range of protective equipment that takes into account the unique challenges of offroad riding. All products deliver comfort, durability and style while featuring many innovative technical features. 

Husqvarna Motorcycles’ ACCESSORIES allow motocross riders to customise, protect and further improve the performance of all TC and FC models. As well as an extensive range of engine upgrade options for both 2-stroke and 4-stroke machines, the ACCESSORIES range covers graphics, wheels, suspension, brakes and much more. 

Take a look at the motocross range here for more information on each model.



Husqvarna Motorcycles are pleased to announce the release of their model year 2019 701 SUPERMOTO and 701 ENDURO motorcycles – two large-displacement machines that set the benchmark in terms of technology, agility and performance. 

Bringing the pure essence of supermoto and enduro riding to the streets, the 701 SUPERMOTO and 701 ENDURO allow Husqvarna riders to make the most of all riding condition, ranging from daily commuting to adrenaline-filled on or offroad adventures. 

The model year 2019 701 SUPERMOTO and 701 ENDURO machines will be available from October onwards.

Featuring a mighty 74 hp single cylinder engine, the 701 SUPERMOTO has a fun factor that is second to none on the streets – a high-performance machine that focuses on agility, manoeuvrability and maximum power. The supreme control offered by the 701 SUPERMOTO, combined with an estimated weight of just 145 kg, makes it arguably the most complete motorcycle in its segment. 

  • Uncompromising supermoto performance
  • Astounding power-to-weight ratio
  • Ride-by-wire throttle
  • Fully-adjustable WP suspension
  • Competition-level Brembo brakes
  • Latest ABS technology from Bosch
  • Extensive range of extra accessories
  • A2 licence compatible

The 701 ENDURO is the ultimate offroad-capable street motorcycle. Featuring a powerful engine in a lightweight package, it is the perfect choice for any occasional offroad adventure. Offering a wide range of opportunities for commuting, urban riding and true offroad exploration, the 701 ENDURO has impressive long-distance travel capabilities.

Hugely versatile motorcycle
Unique combination of onroad & offroad capabilities
Impressive power-to-weight ratio
Advanced electronics for smooth power delivery
Forward-thinking Bosch ABS technology
Race-bred WP suspension tuned for everyday use
Additional available accessories to further enhance its capabilities
A2 licence compatible 

To suit the needs of all modern-day motorcyclists, Husqvarna Motorcycles offer a complete selection of premium-quality protective clothing. Styled to honour the brand’s innovative spirit and Swedish roots, all items offer functionality, durability and comfort to all supermoto and enduro riders.


Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing youngster takes early lead in World Enduro Super Series 

Rockstar Energy HusqvarnaFactory Racing’s Billy Bolt has claimed victory at the opening round of the 2018 World Enduro Super Series – the Extreme XL Lagares in Portugal. Making a triumphant start to his WESS campaign, the win marks Bolt's first major victory in outdoor, international enduro competition. Ensuring a successful time for Husqvarna at the Portuguese Hard Enduro race, Graham Jarvis brought his TE 300i home in fifth.

Determined to make a strong start to the inaugural World Enduro Super Series,rising talent Bolt began the three-day Extreme XL Lagares race in confident fashion. With two days of qualification before Sunday’s main race, Bolt got off to a winning start in Friday night’s Endurocross. Fresh off his runner-up result in the SuperEnduro World Championship, the British rider looked at ease on the muddy and wet course. Comfortably winning his heat race, he then went onto place ahead of Jonny Walker and teammate Colton Haaker for victory in the Super Final.

Day two of racing took riders to down town Porto for the infamous Urban Prologue. Racing through narrow cobbled streets around the city’s touristic quayside, Bolt fought hard against rival Walker but had to be content with the runner-up result.

As the third fastest qualifier to start Sunday’s main race, Bolt knew that a tough two-lap event lay ahead. Working his way up to second at the end of lap one, he attacked hard on lap two. Using the back-markers to his advantage he caught and passed early pace setter Walker with one-quarter of a lap to go.Charging his way to the finishing arena he took the win and the first victory of the 2018 WESS championship.

As a three-time winner of the Extreme XL Lagares, Graham Jarvis entered the 14th edition of the race as one of the main favourites for victory among the 47 Pro class competitors. Knowing a tough couple of days awaited him, the Husqvarna rider rode a series of calculated qualification races to secure his starting position of sixth for Sunday’s main race.

Riding smoothly during the opening lap, Jarvis worked his way into a strong position – ready to attack for the latter half of the race. However, negotiating an extremely slippery section of the course, he injured his upper left leg. Although in discomfort, he gallantly soldiered on to record an extremely impressive fifth place result.

Competing in Extreme XL Lagares for the first time, Colton Haaker experienced a mixed event. Feeling most at home during Friday’s Endurocross, the two-time SuperEnduro World Champion battled hard for victory only to miss out on the final lap. Riding well during Sunday’s main race, Haaker looked to be enjoying his time on the demanding Portuguese terrain. But a crash at the mid-way section of the race saw him fail to finish.

 The World Enduro Super Series continues with round two at the Erzbergrodeo Hare Scramble in Austria, June 1-3.

Billy Bolt:
“Winning Extreme XL Lagares is a fantastic way to start the World Enduro Super Series. With this being my first time competing in the race, I honestly wasn’t sure how it would go. It’s such a demanding and technical event that it requires a lot of past experience to fight for the victory. So to end it on the top step of the podium is even a little more than I expected. Friday and Saturday’s racing were really good to be fair. It was nice to win the Endurocross following such a close battle. The Porto Prologue was crazy. I’d never ridden anything like it before and even though I watched all the videos, they just didn’t do the scale of the course any justice. Skimming past spectators while flat out up cobbled streets was an unbelievable feeling. For Sunday’s race I knew I was in a good position starting third. With Jonny Walker and Cody Webb up ahead it gave me something to chase. I settled in well and surprised myself by catching and passing Cody early on. Jonny was riding great on lap one and I couldn’t close the gap, but once we started lap two and caught the back markers I was able to gain ground and by three quarters distance I was in the lead. I knew the overall result was based on corrected time so I kept charging to the finish line. With Extreme XL Lagares forming round one of WESS it’s great to be leading the championship at this early stage.”

Results – World Enduro Super Series, Round 1, Extreme XL Lagares

1. Billy Bolt (Husqvarna)
2. Jonny Walker (KTM)
3. Manuel Lettenbichler (KTM)
4. Taddy Blazusiak (KTM)
5. Graham Jarvis (Husqvarna)
6. Cody Webb (KTM)
7. Wade Young (Sherco)
8. Paul Bolton (KTM)
9. Travis Teasdale (Beta)
10. Pol Tarres (Husqvarna)…


It was a historic and monumental night for Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing’s Jason Anderson and team. Having never captured a 450SX championship since the brand’s inception 115 years ago, the most prestigious title in the sport was theirs when the checkered flag flew on Saturday for the final round of the 2018 AMA Supercross Championship in Las Vegas. The premier class title marked Jason Anderson’s first in only his fourth season as a 450 rider. The 25-year-old grabbed the red plate at round two with a win and never looked back, outlasting the deeply stacked and talented field.

A successful collaboration between the Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing team and the Husqvarna Motorcycles engineers, gave birth to the FC 450 Rockstar Edition. Inspired by their dedication to perform at the highest level, this successful collaboration is the foundation that achieved the brand’s first-ever premier Supercross title. In a sport of absolutes that requires exceptional courage, meticulous preparation and unwavering determination, Jason Anderson and the Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing team paved the way to this historic milestone. Our pioneering spirit, powered by the support of our partners, will continue to progress the sport through athlete and machine. With the mindset of always looking ahead, the pioneer seeks the next opportunity to elevate themselves.

With a monumental championship on the line, Anderson took on a conservative approach to the final round. Qualifying third, the newly-crowned 450SX Champion got off to a top-three start in his heat, where he settled into second early on. He maintained his second-place transfer position for the remainder of the heat race, shifting his focus toward the Main Event. Anderson got a top-ten start in the Main Event but he quickly established himself in the fifth-place position early on. He maintained a solid pace for the remainder of the 21-lap Main Event to finish fifth overall on the way to claim his first-ever 450SX title.

“Today was really stressful, but I feel like I handled it really well and came out with the championship,” Anderson said. “I’m so excited. We put our whole lives into this, we’ve been riding dirtbikes for so long and to win this championship, me and my team, it’s the most surreal moment of my life up to this point.”

Teammate Zach Osborne also made history as he successfully defended his title and claimed his second-consecutive 250SX East Championship aboard his Husqvarna FC 250. Osborne continued to outsmart the competition and displayed his razor-sharp agility as he experienced continued success and progression the entire season.

Osborne set the tone for the day as top qualifier in the 250SX East division, where he went on to capture a commanding heat race win. As the gate dropped for the 250SX E/W Showdown Main Event, Osborne had trouble getting off the line as he found himself nearly last at the start of the opening lap. Osborne immediately began climbing through the pack to reach a top-ten position by the end of lap one. With a championship mindset, Osborne maintained his seventh-place position to emerge as a two-time 250SX champion as the checkers flew.

“This year has been tough for me. I’ve had to fight every inch for this championship,” Osborne said. “Jordon and the rest of the guys rode really awesome this whole season and gave me a heck of a challenge. This was the hardest one so far, I would say, but it’s amazing to be a three-time champion.”

250SX East Rookie Michael Mosiman grabbed an impressive holeshot in the heat race, where he led the first two laps before his teammate Osborne took over the lead. Mosiman went on to capture a fourth-place transfer into the 250SX E/W Showdown Main Event. He didn’t get a favorable start in the main, where he began in 16th on lap one. Mosiman fought his way up to 12th to claim a career-best finish.

“My rookie season has come to a close!” Mosiman said. “It was a good day. I really felt good, I kind of got into my flow and started playing with the bike and moving things around and it was good to find some consistency.”

250SX West competitor Mitchell Harrison grabbed a seventh-place transfer position in his heat race to secure his spot in the stacked E/W Showdown. Harrison got off to a mid-pack start where he battled for a top-ten position for most of the race before dropping back to ultimately finish 17th.

“Tonight’s finish definitely wasn’t what we were looking for to end the season, but I feel like I was riding well all night,” Harrison said. “I’m happy to end the season healthy.”

Dean Wilson fought through the pain of a dislocated thumb that he sustained last round in Salt Lake City to claim a top-ten finish at the finale. Wilson secured a solid transfer into the 450SX Main Event with a top-five finish in his heat race. He got off to a top-ten start in the Main Event and held strong to finish eighth for the night, securing seventh overall in the 450SX Championship Standings.

“The last round of SX was really a tough weekend,” Wilson said. “I’ve been dealing with nagging injuries all season and last weekend I injured my thumb from something that wasn’t my fault, so that was kind of frustrating because I was riding with pain all day. Seventh overall in the series is not that great of a result but I finished the season. I know I’m better than what I did but injuries kind of held me back this season.”

This achievement also comes as a career-first for Team Manager, Bobby Hewitt, who since taking the team from a privateer effort to a full factory program has successfully managed to collect several historical accolades, and continues to lead the team on a pioneering journey forward. Hewitt’s belief in Anderson’s talent from a very young age ultimately led to his career with Husqvarna, which extends another four years.

“This is what we’ve worked for,” Hewitt said. “It’s definitely a milestone – for us, for Husqvarna, for Rockstar, for all the staff – everybody. No one realizes how much work goes into it and to be able to bring home two championships – one in each class; very few are able to do that. I’m proud of the staff, I’m proud of the riders, I’m proud of everybody. I couldn’t be happier right now.”

Husqvarna Motorcycles’ continued success is due to the solid core of people that are committed to a never-ending climb for greatness. This historic moment is felt by the entire organization behind Husqvarna Motorcycles and there exists an endless list of individuals that have contributed to this highpoint. Included in this list is Global Motorsports Partner, Rockstar Energy. With the continued and essential support from Rockstar Energy, the Husqvarna brand has been able to grow and achieve monumental success.

“The Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing team did an outstanding job this season, earning the brand its most distinguished victory in its 115-year history,” commented Blaine Schuttler, Husqvarna Motorcycles North America Managing Director. “The foundation of the success for Husqvarna is part of a group effort to which we owe thanks to Global Motorsports Director, Pit Beirer; Vice President of Motorsports Off-road, Robert Jonas; North American Vice President of Motorsports, Roger DeCoster and Technical Director, Ian Harrison. This also would not be possible without the continued support from our Global Motorsports Partner, Rockstar Energy, and all of our sponsors.”

Elevating the sport might mean something different from one person to the next. To Husqvarna Motorcycles, it means taking a pioneering approach to evolving man and machine while never resting on your laurels. Today the brand has been elevated to the next level and will continue to strive for reaching new heights.

Congratulations Jason Anderson, Zach Osborne and the Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing Team.



Husqvarna Motorcycles are pleased to release an action film showcasing the limitless riding potential of their revolutionary new TE 250i and TE 300i enduro machines. 

Always pushing the boundaries of technological evolution, Husqvarna Motorcycles entered a new era with the production of their next generation fuel-injected 2-stroke enduros less than a year ago. 

Perfectly embodying the brand’s pioneering spirit, the revolutionary new TE 250i and TE 300i machines allow enduro enthusiasts of all riding levels to push further past the obvious geographical boundaries and discover an entirely new world of endless possibilities. 



Determined to wrap up his week-long adventure in Morocco on a high, Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing’s Pablo Quintanilla has topped the fifth and final stage of the Merzouga Rally to secure a solid third overall in the event’s final overall standings. Continuing to make progress Andrew Short has claimed a spot inside the top 10 in the overall. 

Featuring a mass, motocross-styled start in the dunes of the Merzouga Desert, the fifth and final stage of the event saw Pablo Quintanilla put in a dominant performance. Posting the fastest time for the day, the Chilean rally star solidified his strong third position in the overall standings. 

Putting in his best individual stage performance Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing’s Andrew Short crossed the line in eighth position. Wrapping up the Merzouga Rally 10th in the overall, the American is content with the progress he made during the week in Morocco. 

The Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing Team will return to action at the third round of the 2018 FIM Cross-Country Rallies World Championship, the Atacama Rally in Chile on August 11/19. 

Pablo Quintanilla
“Today was a really fun stage. We had the motocross start and it was good to battle with the guys from start to finish. I got off to a good start but five or six kilometres into the stage I had a small crash that dropped me back a few positions. Then I had to push until the end and 10km before the finish I got the lead back and was the first to cross the finish line. It felt really nice to win a stage that way. Overall, I’m satisfied with my third position in the overall. This was a tough race with tricky navigation and to be on the podium is always good. We continue to gather experience and look ahead in the races to come.” 

Andrew Short
“I really enjoyed this week in Morocco. Especially this last day was really fun, bringing back memories from my days racing motocross. Before the flag dropped the nerves were there and I was maybe a bit late off the start. It was a good experience racing alongside the fastest guys in the dunes and being able to see their pace. The adrenaline kicked in and I had some really good fun. Overall, the week has been great for me. I enjoy the atmosphere in rally racing and I feel I am improving, getting closer to the top guys. I might still have a long way to go but I understand it needs to be done step-by-step. This week was a positive step in the right direction.” 



Husqvarna Motorcycles are pleased to introduce the updated for 2019 TC 50, TC 65 and TC 85 motocross models – a complete line-up of three 2-stroke motorcycles that combine premium technology with top-end componentry to offer young riders one of the most advanced mini motocross ranges currently available. 

The 2019 TC 50, TC 65 and TC 85 machines offer the next generation of motocross riders the chance to experience the thrill of riding their first real race machine. Perfectly embodying Husqvarna’s pioneering spirit, all three new models continue to set the benchmark in terms of handling, power and weight in their respective classes. 

Offering the same striking looks and ergonomic feel as Husqvarna’s full-sized motocross machines, the new TC 50 is perfect for the motocross stars of tomorrow. Featuring superior quality components, the TC 50 has been designed from the ground up in order to be a true premium 50 cc motocross bike. The TC 50 is built around an advanced steel frame, which houses the most powerful engine in its category. 

Featuring the latest in 2-stroke technology, the engine makes use of a 3-shaft design for improved centralisation of masses. The exhaust is specifically designed to match the characteristics of the 2-stroke powerplant. The engine is fitted with an automatic centrifugal clutch that reduces riding complexity for younger riders. Part of the official Husqvarna Motorcycles Accessories range, a special kit allows for a reduction of the power to 5.5 hp. 

Leading components such as the WP suspension add up to create a motorcycle that sets the benchmark in the class. The TC 50 is fitted with a revolutionary WP AER 35 fork. Besides being very light, the 35 mm forks allow the rider to push the limit with confidence. With 205 mm of wheel travel, the air unit in the left fork leg can be adjusted with an air pump. Offering 185 mm of suspension travel, the WP monoshock is matched perfectly to the front forks. 

Bodywork modelled after full-size range
Waved brake discs
Black aluminium rims & standard MAXXIS tyres
Radiator spoilers channelling air for better cooling
Aluminium handlebars with standard crash pad
All-new graphics in white, yellow & blue 

The new TC 65 offers young motocross fans the chance to experience a full race bike with a hydraulic clutch and a manual gearbox, possibly for the first time in their riding careers. Featuring premium components as standard, the TC 65 offers exactly the same quality as that found on Husqvarna’s larger motocross machines. 

Highly competitive in the 65 cc class, the TC 65 engine is built using the lightest and most durable materials. Featuring the latest in 2-stroke technology, it has a pressure-controlled exhaust valve which helps obtain top level performance. Additionally, the engine features a manual 6-speed transmission and hydraulic clutch allowing the rider to have full control of the power delivery. 

Sophisticated components such as the cast aluminium swingarm are blend together with advanced solutions like the intelligent cooling circuit to create a motorcycle that is modern and highly competitive. In the suspension department, the TC 65 features a revolutionary WP AER 35 fork, with 215 mm of wheel travel and an adjustable air unit in its left fork. Matched ideally to the forks, the WP monoshock rear suspension offers 270 mm of travel and is fully adjustable.

Bodywork modelled after full-sized motocross range
Alloy handlebars with standard crash pad
Hydraulic clutch system
Black alloy wheels & standard MAXXIS tyres
Waved discs [198 mm front & 160 mm rear]
Striking new graphics in white, yellow & blue 

Raising the bar in the competitive 85 cc class, the TC 85 features much of the same technology found in the full-sized Husqvarna motocross motorcycles. Combining the latest in chassis technology with state of the art WP suspension, it offers young mini riders the chance to push their limits with confidence.

Setting the benchmark in the class, the TC 85 2-stroke engine combines top level performance with optimum reliability. The cylinder is designed around an innovative power valve system that significantly enhances power, torque and controllability. Key to the engine is an innovative power valve which allows power delivery to be tailored simply and effectively. The 6-speed gearbox and Formula hydraulic diaphragm spring clutch allow for the power to be correctly delivered across the RPM range. 

Mirroring technology found in Husqvarna’s full-size motocross models, the TC 85 features the latest WP suspension componentry. Up front, the WP AER 43 has a split fork design with air in its left leg and oil in the right leg. Offering advanced damping characteristics, the forks are easily adjustable via the easy access clickers and with the use of the supplied pump. In the rear, the TC 85 is fitted with a special version of the WP XPlore PDS shock absorber. Designed to work perfectly with the forks, the rear shock is fully adjustable for preload, compression and rebound.

Self-cleaning gear selector
“No-dirt” footpegs preventing dirt build-up
Aluminium subframe & one-piece aluminium swingarm
Free play adjustment throttle assembly & ODI lock-on grips
Airbox offering tool-less access to air filter
Black Excel wheels & standard MAXXIS tyres
Formula calipers & waved discs [240 mm front & 210 mm rear]
All-new graphics 

The Husqvarna MY19 mini motocross models will be available in Europe from April 2018.



Delivering the goods when it mattered the most, Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing’s Pablo Quintanilla has earned victory at the opening round of the 2018 FIM Cross Country Rallies World Championship – the Abu Dhabi Desert Challenge in the United Arab Emirates. Powered by his Husqvarna FR 450 Rally machine the Chilean rally star ensured a positive first step towards successfully defending his Cross-Country Rallies World Championship title. 

Remaining focused on his well calculated plan of attack, Pablo put in the fifth best time on Thursday’s fifth and final stage. Retaining his lead in the overall classification, the Husqvarna rider wrapped up the 2018 Abu Dhabi Desert Challenge five minutes and 11 seconds ahead of his nearest rival. 

Racing through the heat, long stages and demanding off-piste sections of the Desert Challenge, in starting the new season in the best possible way, Pablo now looks ahead to what promises to be an exciting season of international rally competition. 

The Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing rally team will be back in action at the 2018 Merzouga Rally on April 15/20. Following his winning result in the United Arab Emirates Quintanilla will be joined at the Merzouga Rally in Morocco by his Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing team partner Andrew Short. 

Pablo Quintanilla:
“I’m really happy to get the win in Abu Dhabi and it’s been a fantastic start to the new season. This year’s Desert Challenge has been a really tough race from the beginning until the end. During these last few days we battled through extreme heat and the massive sand dunes of the area. There were many high-speed tracks and lots of off-piste sections where navigation was crucial. We also had some great fights with my main competitors and I’m happy I came out on top. I would like to thank all the Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing team for the amazing job they did during this week. They are always by my side and this helps me achieve the results I want. It feels good to start the season with a victory and I’m looking forward to the events to come.” 

Abu Dhabi Desert Challenge – Final Overall Standings
1. Pablo Quintanilla (Husqvarna) 16:51:11 
2. Sam Sunderland (KTM) 16:56:22 
3. Kevin Benavides (Honda) 16:59:45 
4. Matthias Walkner (KTM) 17:00:47 
5. Paulo Goncalves (Honda) 17:09:46 
6. Ricky Brabec (Honda) 17:11:57



Husqvarna Motorcycles are pleased to release imagery and video of the 2018 Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing team that will compete in the World Enduro Super Series, featuring official team riders Graham Jarvis, Colton Haaker, Billy Bolt and Alfredo Gomez. 

Combining Hard Enduro, Classic Enduro, Cross-Country and Beach Racing, the newly established World Enduro Super Series will form an exciting new challenge for all four Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing riders. Spearheading the team’s efforts in this multi-discipline enduro championship will be Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing’s Graham Jarvis and Colton Haaker. 

A three-time Erzbergrodeo Hare Scramble winner and holder of a record six victories at Romaniacs, Jarvis will make use of his hard enduro prowess in the hope of becoming the Ultimate Enduro Champion. As for Haaker, the two-time FIM SuperEnduro World Champion is determined to demonstrate his acute speed and riding skills in the fast-approaching series. 

The Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing team will be further strengthened by Billy Bolt and Alfredo Gomez (currently recovering from injury). Up and coming 19-year-old Bolt is gearing up for what’s expected to be a thrilling inaugural season of WESS competition. Still recovering from his recent knee surgery, Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing’s Alfredo Gomez is working towards making his competitive return to racing during the coming season of WESS competition. 

The World Enduro Super Series kicks off with the Extreme XL Lagares in Portugal on May 11/13, 2018. 



Husqvarna Motorcycles are pleased to announce the availability of three pioneering new ‘Real Street’ models. With the VITPILEN 401 and SVARTPILEN 401 already at dealers across Europe, the VITPILEN 701 will be available by the end of March. 

Attracting attention from worldwide media and motorcycle enthusiasts ever since their launch as prototypes, the availability of these three exciting new models helps Husqvarna Motorcycles take another vital step towards fulfilling their progressive vision of street motorcycling. Devoid of any excess and focused on providing a pure riding experience the VITPILEN 401 is a refreshingly simple and progressive urban street motorcycle that provides a new gateway into motorcycling culture for a wider range of riders.

Built around a similar chassis and engine philosophy to the VITPILEN 401, the SVARTPILEN 401 is a modern-day interpretation of a street explorer. Featuring a bold and rugged appearance it offers a progressive new way for potential riders to experience motorcycling. 

Inspired by the same unique design approach that runs through the VITPILEN family, the VITPILEN 701 is an all-modern, large displacement single-cylinder motorcycle created to provide a raw and authentic experience to the rider. The VITPILEN 701 is expected to arrive at dealers across Europe at the end of this month. 

A dedicated, extensive range of Husqvarna Motorcycles’ original Parts, Gear and Accessories to enable riders to personalise their motorcycles as well as keep up-to-date with the latest trends will also be on sale.



Collecting top three results during the 2018 edition of the Lacapelle Marival Mastercross, Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing riders have wrapped up their pre-season racing activities on a positive note. The ideal warm-up for the fast approaching 2018 FIM Motocross World Championship, the event in France saw Max Anstie secure third overall in MX1 class, with MX2 rider Thomas Kjer-Olsen finishing as a runner-up in the 250cc class. 

Battling through muddy conditions, Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing’s Max Anstie delivered strong moto performances in each of the three motos contested in France. Kicking off the day with fourth in the opening MX1 moto, the Brit improved to third in moto two. Claiming third overall in the elite MX1 category, Anstie went on to wrap up the day with a solid runner-up result in the combined MX1/MX2 Superfinal. 

Racing in front of his home fans, Gautier Paulin suffered from a few small mistakes that prevented the Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing rider from showing his full potential. Going 7-8 in the two MX1 motos, the FC 450 mounted rider ended the day with a seventh place result in the Superfinal. 

Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing’s Thomas Kjer-Olsen rounded out his pre-season racing activities with a strong runner-up result in the MX2 class in France. Fourth in the opening moto, the young Dane went on to claim a solid second in the 250cc class’ second race. Battling through a bad start, Thomas wrapped up the day with eighth in the Superfinal. 

Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing team riders will now head to Argentina for the start of the 2018 FIM Motocross World Championship on March 3/4. 

Max Anstie:
“We had a solid day of racing here in France. It was also good training in muddy conditions for the coming MXGP season. I had three strong motos and I’m happy with my performance overall. In the opening moto I had a bad start, but battled my way up to fourth place at the chequered flag. Then in moto two my start was not good either. I did my best again and battled my way to third. The combined MX1 and MX2 Supefinal was possibly my best moto for the day. I got the holeshot and had a great battle with the final winner Herlings to end up second. It’s been a good day and I’m looking forward to the start of the World Championship in Argentina.” 

Gautier Paulin:
“Track conditions were tricky today and this helped get some good training on the bike. So far I am really satisfied with the performance of my FC 450 machine. We’ve worked a lot during the off-season with the team and now we have a bike that I’m really enjoying racing a lot. In the first moto I got a good start but two small crashes during the race forced me to settle for seventh place. There were not many passing points on the track and that made thins harder. In moto two I had some wheel spin out of the gate so could not get a good start. So eighth was the best I could do. In the Superfinal I finally got a good start but a few mistakes here and there got me finish seventh again. Overall, I’m confident with the bike. I just need to work harder on avoiding mistakes so that I can have a good start to the 2018 MXGP series.” 

Thomas Kjer-Olsen:
“It was a good last test today and I’m happy with second overall. Conditions were tricky today so it was crucial to avoid mistakes. In the opening moto I didn’t manage to get the desired feeling in the mud. My start was good but then I had two small crashes that didn’t let me battle for the top three. I had a much better start in moto two and managed to secure second. With the team we made some suspension adjustments during the break and that worked to our favour. In the Superfinal my start was not great so I did my best and ended up eighth. We’ve worked really hard during the off-season and now I feel 100% ready for the start of the World Championship in two weeks time in Argentina.” 



Husqvarna Motorcycles are proud to release the official pre-season video of the 2018 Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing MXGP team, featuring official team riders Gautier Paulin and Max Anstie.

Following a solid debut season aboard FC 450 machinery in which he secured third in the 2017 MXGP World Championship standings, Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing’s Gautier Paulin is looking to climb even higher up the ranks in the 2018 series. 

Kicking off the new season with top three race results in pre-season events in Italy and England, Max Anstie will be a strong asset to the Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing squad alongside teammate Paulin, in the rapidly approaching 2018 World Championship. 

The 2018 FIM Motocross World Championship will kick off with the MXGP of Patagonia in Nequen, Argentina on March 3/4, 2018. 



Enjoying a solid day of racing at the 2018 edition of the Hawkstone International MX, the Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing squad saw Gautier Paulin secure a strong third overall in MX1 class, with MX2 class rider Thomas Kjer-Olsen finishing second in the highly-competitive 250cc class. 

For Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing riders, this weekend’s event in England formed part of their preparations ahead of the 2018 FIM Motocross World Championship that kicks off in the beginning of March in Argentina. 

In what was just his second competitive outing for 2018, Gautier Paulin was a strong contender for the top spots in each of the three motos contested at the sandy British track. Enjoying good starts throughout the day, the Frenchman earned fourth in MX1 moto one, improving to third in both the second MX1 moto and the Superfinal. Earning third overall in MX1, Gautier will continue working hard ahead of the long and challenging MXGP season. 

Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing’s Max Anstie was also a force to be reckoned with on his home soil. Securing a strong third in the opening MX1 moto, the young Brit was unable to finish moto two due to a small issue. Battling through a bad starting position in the Superfinal, Max wrapped up the day with sixth in the final moto of the day. 

The Hawkstone International MX marked the first competition outing in 2018 for Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing MX2 class rider Thomas Kjer-Olsen. Earning 3/2 results in the two MX2 class motos contested, the young Dane secured a solid runner-up class result. Battling against the MX1 class riders, Thomas wrapped up the day with seventh in the Superfinal. 

Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing team members Gautier Paulin, Max Anstie and Thomas Kjer-Olsen will be back in action on February 18 at the Lacapelle Marival International MX in France. It will be their last international event before the start of the 2018 FIM Motocross World Championship in Argentina on March 3/4. 

Gautier Paulin: “We worked on some bike setups today and made some good adjustments. I’m really happy with the progress made so far. The track was demanding and the bad weather made things even tougher today. In most parts there was only one big rut so passing was quite challenging. Despite a few small mistakes I got fourth in the opening MX1 moto. Getting back on the gate for moto two I wanted to push harder for an even better result. I got a good start and quickly found myself behind Herlings and Coldenhoff. I attacked for a better position but due to poor visibility on the track I opted to settle for third. Getting third again in the superfinal was a good way to wrap up a positive weekend.” 

Max Anstie: “We had a pretty good day here at Hawkstone Park. The track was one-rutted in most places, so starts were crucial for every moto. In the opening MX1 race I got off to a decent start and followed the train of leading riders to cross the line in third place. I had a competitive pace despite demanding track conditions and that was really positive. In moto two my start was good again but a small issue did not let me finish the race. In the Superfinal I was eager to show what I’m capable of but my bad starting position outside the concrete start did limit any possibilities for a great result. It was a fun race here in England and we made some progress for the long season to come.” 

Thomas Kjer-Olsen: “I felt good during the whole day here in England and it was great to kick off the new season with a strong result. In the opening MX2 moto I had a bad start but managed to find my way close to the top after a few laps. Then in the second moto my start was better and I managed to put in some fast laps. We had a good battle with Jonass and I crossed the line in second. In the Superfinal we had the chance to race against the MX1 class riders and that was a great experience. I had a good start and was racing in fifth but I made a small mistake, went off the track and ended up crossing the line in seventh place. Overall, I’m happy with my performance and I’m looking forward to racing in France next week.”

Provisional Results – Hawkstone International MX 2018 
MX2 – Race 1 
1. Pauls Jonass (KTM);
2. Martin Barr (Husqvarna);
3. Thomas Kjer-Olsen (Husqvarna)…
9. Mikkel Haarup (Husqvarna) 

MX2 – Race 2 
1. Pauls Jonass (KTM);
2. Thomas Kjer-Olsen (Husqvarna);
3. Adam Sterry (Kawasaki) …
10. Mikkel Haarup (Husqvarna) 

MX1 – Race 1 
1. Jeffrey Herlings (KTM);
2. Glenn Coldenhoff (KTM);
3. Max Anstie (Husqvarna);
4. Gautier Paulin (Husqvarna) 

MX1 – Race 2 
1. Jeffrey Herlings (KTM);
2. Glenn Coldenhoff (KTM);
3. Gautier Paulin (Husqvarna) 

MX1/MX2 Superfinal 
1. Jeffrey Herlings (KTM);
2. Glenn Coldenhoff (KTM);
3. Gautier Paulin (Husqvarna)…
6. Max Anstie (Husqvarna);
7. Thomas Kjer-Olsen (Husqvarna)



Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing’s Graham Jarvis has earned a strong second place at the 2018 Hell’s Gate extreme enduro. With an all-new format for this year, concluding in a 20-minute sprint race, the event posed a fresh challenge for the five-time winner.

For the first time ever, the event kicked off with a Prologue race on the Friday night. Designed to set the starting order for Saturday’s race, the Prologue was an endurocross style event held close to the hosting Il Ciocco Hotel. Although it provided a great spectacle for the fans, the race results were eventually scrapped due to issues with the course.

Saturday’s heat race went well for Jarvis. An expert at managing his pace, the Brit did exactly what he had to do over the five-laps, finishing fourth aboard his Husqvarna FE 250 in the cold conditions of the Tuscan hills. The position gave him a good start for the night race, which saw riders set off at 3.30pm for a tough three-hour multi-lap event. 

At the conclusion of the night race, the top-10 riders were given a 15-minute break before contesting the new 20-minute endurocross in the arena area of the venue. In freezing conditions, the riders fought bar-to-bar in front of the record-crowd of spectators to decide the overall winner. With the final results calculated on the sum of the previous legs, Jarvis was announced as runner-up, just a few minutes behind eventual winner Mario Roman. 

Graham Jarvis: “I really enjoyed the racing today, I always do here at Hell’s Gate. It’s been a tough couple of days and I’m still getting used to riding the 4-stroke, but the bike has been absolutely faultless over the entire weekend. It has been pretty close between the top-four all day and it’s all come down to the final 20-minute race off. It would have been nice to take my sixth win at the event, but I’m happy with second.” 

Results – Hells Gate 2018 
1. Mario Roman (Sherco) 3:06:03 
2. Graham Jarvis (Husqvarna) 3:08:57 
3. Travis Teasdale (Beta) 3:12:45 
4. Diego Nicoletti (Husqvarna) 3:32:14 
5. Sonny Goggia (KTM) 3:39:26 
6. Michele Bosi (Beta) 3:46:15