Husaberg's 2013 line up is completely new, with extended model lines, giving the manufacturer a full range of enduro specific bikes. Their new focus allows them to be the only brand that is completely and solely focused on Enduro racing. To stay true to this new focus, the company has ensured that every detail of the new models has been designed for maximum rideability for racing as well as adventure riding. Check out the full line below!
FE 250: The first 250 cc 4-stroke model from Husaberg. Swift, manoeuvrable and agile; the FE 250 may be small, but it is far from tame.
FE 350: A return to the Husaberg line-up; in 1991, the FE 350 was Husaberg`s second ever model. The perfect symbiosis of power, endurance and incredible agility.
FE 450: State-of-the-art 4-stroke technology, perfectly packaged in a light and manoeuvrable enduro chassis. The new, now again conventional engine alone saves an impressive 2 kg in weight. Thus, the FE 450 remains the easiest handling 450 cc enduro bike.
FE 501: The return of a legend. It all started at Husaberg in 1989 with the FE 501. The new FE 501 perfectly represents what Husaberg stands for: Ultimate rideability without compromise.
TE 125: Enduro can be this easy. The TE 125 is the perfect combination of maximum power and minimum weight in the smallest displacement class. The ultimate racing machine for the next generation of enduro riders.
TE 250: It doesn't always have to be a 4-stroke in the E2 class; the TE 250 is the ultimate proof of that. With an even more lively power delivery, spiced-up performance and the completely new chassis, the TE 250 fears no challenger.
TE 300: With a further improved engine and the new chassis, the TE 300 is now even more powerful and more agile. With its unbeatable power-to-weight ratio, it is the ultimate extreme enduro bike, as proven most notably and in commanding style by Graham Jarvis.
Still no word as to whether or not the full line up will be available in North America, but the rumour is that Canadian buyers will be able to purchase TE125 and 250s, as well as the FE250, 350 and 501 along with the powerhouses, the insanely popular TE300 and the big, bad 4-stroke FE450.
Stay tuned for more info and Canadian line availability! IMX