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2010 Husqvarna Wr125 Dirt Bike on 2040-motos

US $2,988.00
YearYear:2010 MileageMileage:0

Riverside, California, US

Riverside, CA, US
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Husqvarna WR photos

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Husqvarna WR tech info

TypeType:Dirt Bike Stock NumberStock Number:U8830 PhonePhone:8666287060

Husqvarna WR description

2010 HUSQVARNA WR125, Great condition, 2010 Husqvarna WR125. Husqvarnas ultimte technical riding machine. 125cc wide ratio transmission to tackle the rockiest trail or the most technical single track, ultra light weight and ultra reliable two stroke technology makes this a must have! Trades are always welcome and financing is available on approved credit.

Moto blog

Husqvarna Developing ABS for Off-Road Use

Thu, 03 Nov 2011

Husqvarna announced it will introduce the worlds’ first anti-lock braking system designed for off-road racing, equipping a BMW-developed off-road ABS to Husqvarna’s flagship TE449. On paved roads, ABS prevents wheels from locking up, keeping them rotating and providing traction. Off the pavement however, rear wheel lockup is helpful for stopping on loose surfaces such as dirt and gravel.

Husqvarna has introduced an updated line of enduro

Sun, 01 May 2022

Changes have affected the entire range of Husqvarna enduro bikes, consisting of seven models: three two-stroke and four four-stroke, respectively. All these changes were aimed at making motorcycles even faster, more controllable and more predictable. They didn’t touch the “iron” of the engines - why, if everything is already so close to ideal.

Danny Kent’s 2014 Moto3 Husqvarna

Tue, 28 Jan 2014

Following the announcement in November last year that Husqvarna will field Britain’s Danny Kent and Finnish rider Niklas Ajo in a Red Bull-backed Moto3 effort comes the first photos of the bike in its racing livery. Kent had previously raced Moto3 for KTM and team manager, Aki Ajo, winning races at Valencia and Motegi in 2012. Niklas Ajo will be racing his third season in Moto3 next year, after finishing 19th overall in 2012 and 14th in 2013. According to Husky’s Facebook page the team is busy setting up the Moto3 bikes for the upcoming season.