Husqvarna has recently announced the next Generation of Husqvarna motocross bike, called the 2016 Husqvarna FC250. The 2016 Husqvarna FC250 is the GP bike that is ridden by Aleksandr Tonkov at round four of the FIM Motocross World Championship.
The 2016 Husqvarna FC250 showcases a totally new design, though some of the parts of it such as forks, shock, carbon fiber gas tank, hubs, FMF exhaust, and carbon fiber head stays are from the race team. According to Husqvarna, the FC250 is lighter, slimmer, comes with redesigned bodywork, plus gets some improvements in every detail and has numerous benefits.
The new factory race bike receives a newly developed cutting edge frame, that is lighter and stronger than the previous model. The FC250 engine is also lighter, smaller, more compact, and features improved centralization of mass and performance. The engine a new fuel injection system and new battery that “ensures Husqvarna’s MX2 factory bike will be even more competitive on the racetrack.”
The new 2016 Husqvarna FC250 250cc factory bike “is lighter, more powerful, and very easy to handle.” said Robert Jonas, Head of Husqvarna Motorsports.