2022 Husqvarna TC50 Guide

2022 Husqvarna TC50

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2022 Husqvarna TC50: PROGRESSION STARTS HERE.

Introducing the 2022 Husqvarna TC50…

Using the same level of technology found on the full size motocross range, the TC 50 features the highest level of performance in a reduced size to suite the future stars of tomorrow. A superior level of quality and attention to detail are incorporated into the TC 50 ensuring top level quality and a premium look and feel.

 

2022 Husqvarna TC50 Totalmotorcycle.com Key Features

Victory doesn’t just happen by chance

It is a sport of absolutes, requiring exceptional courage, phenomenal fitness, razor-sharp skills, meticulous preparation and unwavering determination – facts that cannot be escaped once the gate drops. The key to a long, enjoyable and successful personal motocross career is taking a wider view and knowing what must be done for continued success. Our range rewards riders who are prepared to look ahead and progress beyond their limitations. Always crafting their skills, refining their technique and preparing wisely, with smart attention to detail. In this sport, one can never stop learning, because when you stop progressing, you might as well stop riding.

The Early Days of Moto

In the 1950s, Husqvarna’s ultra lightweight and compact ‘Silverpilen’ street model was the first choice for riders wanting to build offroad-capable self-modified bikes.

The first official European Motocross Championship was held in 1952, with the first World Championship running in 1957.

Husqvarna’s first motocross championship titles came in 1959 (Rolf Tibblin’s European 250 cc title) and 1960 (Bill Nilsson’s 500 cc world title).

In both 1962 and 1963 Husqvarna swept the 250 cc and 500 cc world titles in a single season with Rolf Tibblin and Torsten Hallman.

The first production motocross competition models arrived in 1963 with a production run of 100 replicas of Hallman’s championship bike.

Thanks to cross-Atlantic exploits to introduce the sport to the USA by riders like Torsten Hallman, the sport exploded in popularity in the late ‘60s and ‘70s.

By 1979 Husqvarna Motorcycles had clinched 13 motocross world titles, 9 Baja 1000 wins and multiple victories in the US nationals and legendary Trans-AMA series.

 

Husqvarna Motorcycles is proud to offer a full range of minicycles that provides youth-specific ergonomics and user-friendly operation for aspiring future champions. Allowing youngsters to develop their skills in readiness for the full-sized machines, the TC 50, TC 65, TC 85 and EE 5 deliver incredible performance and serious motocross fun.

Technical Highlights 2022 minicycles:

  • Unrivalled engine performance and rideability
  • WP XACT forks with AER technology – optimal performance and light weight
  • Confidence-instilling ergonomics thanks to a broad, flat seat and one-piece airbox cover
  • High-grip seat cover for comfort
  • Roller actuated throttle assembly for TC 85 – smoother throttle motion and improved durability
  • Formula brake calipers, clutch and brake assemblies for TC 85 and TC 65 – excellent stopping power and improved reliability
  • NEKEN tapered diameter aluminum handlebars offer optimized ergonomics

Ensuring comfort, protection and style, the Functional Off-road Apparel Collection provides a range of performance-focused apparel, for riders of all ages and abilities. With each product incorporating the latest material and construction technologies, the line-up also delivers protective equipment for both adults and kids.

The Husqvarna Motorcycles Technical Accessories range includes an extensive selection of engine and chassis upgrade options, for both 2-stroke and 4-stroke machines. With exhausts, suspension, brakes, graphics and many other products, the performance of the TC and FC motocross and TX and FX cross-country models can be further enhanced to meet the needs of all riders.

The 2022 motocross and cross-country range will be available this May at all authorized Husqvarna Motorcycles dealers.

 

 

2022 Husqvarna TC50 Totalmotorcycle.com Features and Benefits

2-stroke performance
ENGINE
The modern and compact engine features the latest in 2-stroke technology offering class leading performance and ride-ability. By using a 3-shaft design, the crankshaft is positioned near the center of gravity which not only benefits mass centralization but also creates the ideal intake angle into the reed valve, delivering top level performance. Additionally, a power reduction kit is available from Husqvarna accessories which limits the TC 50 to 5.5hp for first timers and complete beginners.

Premium components
BODYWORK
The bodywork of the TC 50 harnesses years of motocross testing and experience to offer the perfect ergonomic feeling instilling confidence and comfort in all riding conditions.

Advanced chassis
FRAME
The high strength chromium molybdenum steel frame integrates carefully calculated parameters of longitudinal flex and torsional rigidity to benefit handling and suspension functionality. It guarantees easy handling and precise cornering, along with outstanding stability.

 

 

 

 

 

2022 Husqvarna TC50 – Totalmotorcycle.com Specifications/Technical Details
US MSRP Price: $ USD
Canada MSRP Price: $ CDN
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ENGINE
TRANSMISSION Single-speed automatic
STARTER Kickstarter
STROKE 40 mm
BORE 39.5 mm
CLUTCH Centrifugal clutch (adjustable)
DISPLACEMENT 49 cm³
EMS Seletra 2p D36
DESIGN 1-cylinder, 2-stroke engine
CHASSIS
WEIGHT (WITHOUT FUEL) 41.5 kg
TANK CAPACITY (APPROX.) 2.3 l
FRONT BRAKE DISC DIAMETER 160 mm
REAR BRAKE DISC DIAMETER 160 mm
FRONT BRAKE Disc brake
REAR BRAKE Disc brake
CHAIN 1/2 x 3/16″
FRAME DESIGN Chrome-molybdenum steel central-tube frame
FRONT SUSPENSION XACT 35 WP Upside-Down fork, Ø 35 mm
GROUND CLEARANCE 252 mm
REAR SUSPENSION XACT WP mono shock
SEAT HEIGHT 665 mm
STEERING HEAD ANGLE 66 °
SUSPENSION TRAVEL (FRONT) 205 mm
SUSPENSION TRAVEL (REAR) 185 mm

 

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