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£500 race support from Husqvarna - Now extended until March 31st 2012

£500 race support from Husqvarna - Now extended until March 31st 2012

Husqvarna knows just how important it is to start the race season on the right bike, properly prepared and race ready. To make it easier to race with Husqvarna, customers can take advantage of £500 race support when they purchase any new 2012 Enduro model or, for Motocrossers, the 2012 CR125 or TC250, before 31 March 2012.

Customers may use the money in any way they choose – to buy genuine Husqvarna special parts, or stock up on consumables for the season ahead, or simply use this impressive cash contribution towards the cost of their new race bike.

Treat yourself to one of the 2012 Enduro models such as the World Championship winning TE250 or TE310. The 2012 TE250 uses the experience gained in the World Championship with a revised black frame for increased rigidity, new Kayaba shock and a new LeoVince exhaust system to boost power across the rev range as well as silver Excel rims and new graphics. A dual mode switch providing access to two different maps in the ECU also comes as standard and all for only £6,875. The 2012 TE310 offers riders even more power with digital fuel injection keeping the power delivery smooth and predictable combined with the Husqvarna race team developed chassis for ultimate rider control, available at dealerships now for £6,975.

For Motocross enthusiasts the offer includes the 2012 CR125, with a new durable black painted frame, Excel silver rims and new In Mould graphics design at £4,890. Also included is the 2012 TC250, with a new cylinder head design, mated to Keihin fuel injection and a new Akrapovic exhaust – producing more than 10% extra power than the 2011 model and still retaining a class-leading weight advantage. The TC250 also comes with the new more durable black frame, silver Excel rims and In Mould graphics as well as a Kayaba rear shock, 48mm Kayaba forks, brembo brakes and jaw-dropping looks as standard for just £6,275.

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