Husqvarna revealed new 2011 models at a dealer meeting held at Mid-Ohio in conjunction with AMA Vintage Motorcycle Days. The two new bikes, the WR250 and WR300, are both two-strokes and join the previously announced 2011 WR150 in the company’s two-stroke enduro models, according to a Husqvarna press release.
Both bikes have upgrades from the 2010 models, including graphics, a reinforced mount for the headlight/front number plate, a thermostat that optimizes the working temperature of the engine and rear racing mudguards with integrated LED tail-lights. The company says the bikes also feature the new Ducati Energia ignition system, which allows for smoother power delivery and improved performance.
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