Italian based off road bike manufacturer, Pierer Industries AG has unveiled the Factory Racing edition TC300 two-stroke at the Moto Cross of Nations at Germany. The latest Husky will be ridden in the newly-formed European Motocross 300cc two-stroke championship. The official launch of the two stroke metal manic will happen at 5 October in Sweden.
The new TC300 is a higher displacement version of the well known TC250 two-stroke. The TC 300 tinted with new factory racing graphics the beefed up version see quite a bit of technical upgrades like Carbon Fiber rear subframe, a full Akrapovic exhaust system, CNC machined hubs and triple clamps, and WP suspension.
The bike comes as a representation of Husqvarna’s support to the European Motocross 300cc two-stroke championship. Pit Beirer – Head of Motorsport on their support for two- stroke championships quoted
“Husqvarna is promoting and supporting the new European 300cc two-stroke championship because we think it will be a great class for talented, young, racers. It offers the right balance between great racing and costs.“
In future we can see many of Husqvarna two-stroke bikes to compete in new championships at race tracks all over the world.
The Husqvarna as a brand has always supported the use of two-stroke engine technology owing to its great acceleration characteristics, easily achievable power and capacity increases, ease of maintenance, and compact design.
The new TC300 comes as the first offering from the Italian manufacturer after KTM took control. With two major off road brands Husaberg and Husqvarna under the same KTM umbrella the pedigree of off road technology in coming years looks exciting.
– by Saravana Priyan
Source – BikeIndia