The TC 65 can introduce many young racers to a motocross machine with a manual clutch and gearbox. The models from Husqvarna are created with uncompromised power-to-weight performance, superb ergonomics, good appearance, excellent control, and Husqvarna’s distinctive lowered suspension.
The Husqvarna TC 65 is set to overwhelm riders with its performance, handling, looks, and specifications.
The eye-catching White, grey, and yellow designs are created utilizing in-mold technology for excellent durability and a high-quality finish. The Swedish heritage of the Husqvarna brand inspires it.
The TC 65’s bodywork is tailored exclusively for smaller riders to provide the best contact points and ergonomic sensation, fostering comfort and confidence in all riding circumstances.
The handlebars, made of a premium aluminum alloy, provide the utmost stability and safety. A specific handlebar bend is designed to offer a unique ergonomic position. The handlebar brace’s crash pad shields the rider from any blows.
The TC 65’s lightweight, black anodized aluminum rims provide the highest levels of robustness and dependability. The included MAXXIS MAXXCROSS-MX-ST tires deliver outstanding performance on various surfaces.
The Husqvarna TC 65 is available in one color option:
The Husqvarna TC 65 comes in only one variant:
The TC 65, with its cutting-edge 2-stroke technology, dominates its 65cc class. In addition to using the lightest and most rigid materials possible, the engine has a pressure-controlled exhaust valve that helps it produce top-notch performance.
An intelligent cooling circuit employs two radiators and an integrated crankcase cooling system to ensure heat dissipation and maintain a steady temperature balance for maximum performance.
The high-performance cylinder features a pressure-controlled exhaust valve (PCEV), which offers unmatched performance and gives the young motocross racer a distinct advantage. It is built of lightweight, robust aluminum.
The dependable Formula hydraulic clutch system provides enhanced longevity, almost maintenance-free operation, and flawless operation. Free play is continuously compensated, ensuring that the clutch’s pressure point and function are constant throughout time and regardless of the temperature.
The high-strength chromium molybdenum steel frame incorporates precisely calculated longitudinal flex and torsional rigidity parameters to improve handling and suspension performance. It promises superb stability, effortless handling, and precise cornering. The subframe is lightweight aluminum and fastened to the frame with four screws.
The rider has complete control of the TC 65 thanks to the hydraulic clutch and manual 6-speed transmission of the engine.
The cutting-edge suspension technology, the TC 65 has a ground-breaking WP AER 35 fork. In addition to being extremely light, the 35 mm USD forks provide outstanding comfort and damping qualities that let the rider push the limits with complete assurance. The air unit in the left fork has 215 mm of wheel travel and may also be readily modified with an air pump for rider choice, weight, or track conditions.
The WP monoshock is ideally linked to the front forks for the best balance and damping characteristics because it is directly connected to the swingarm. The rear shock is also completely adjustable and has 270 mm of suspension travel, allowing it to be adjusted to the rider’s preferences or track conditions.
The TC 65 has large waved front (198 mm) and rear (180 mm) disc brakes and floating Formula calipers, providing the same braking performance as the full-size motocross lineup. The entire system guarantees better stopping ability and an advanced brake feel.
The base model of the Yamaha YZ65 costs around $4,699, and the Husqvarna TC 65 costs $5,599.
Regarding technical specifications, the Husqvarna TC 65 has a 65 cc engine, and Yamaha YZ65 has a 65 cc engine.
The TC 65 has a fuel capacity of 0.97 gallons, whereas Yamaha YZ65 has a fuel capacity of 0.89 gallons.
The Husqvarna TC 65 is lighter than the two, weighing 116 lbs, while the Yamaha YZ65 weighs 134 lbs.
The Husqvarna TC 65 is only available in white/grey, while the Yamaha YZ65 is in blue.
The Husqvarna TC 65 costs $5,599, and the Kawasaki KX65 base model costs $3,999.
Regarding technical specifications, the Husqvarna TC 65 has a 65 cc engine, while the Kawasaki KX65 has a 64 cc engine.
The TC 65 has a fuel capacity of 0.97 gallons, whereas the Kawasaki KX65 has a fuel capacity of 1.0 gallons.
The Husqvarna TC 65 is lighter than the two, weighing 116 lbs, while the Kawasaki KX65 weighs 132 lbs.
The Husqvarna TC 65 is available in white, while the Kawasaki KX65 comes in green color.
the base model of the Husqvarna TC 65 costs $5,599, and the KTM 65 SX costs about $5,499.
The Husqvarna TC 65 has a 65 cc engine, while the KTM 65 SX has a 64.9 cc engine.
Fuel capacity and Mileage
The Husqvarna TC 65 has a fuel capacity of 0.97 gallons, whereas the KTM 65 SX comes with a fuel capacity of 0.92 gallons.
The Husqvarna TC 65 weighs 116 lbs, while KTM 65 SX weighs 116 lbs.
The Husqvarna TC 65 is available in white color, while the KTM 65 SX comes in orange color.
|Model||Husqvarna TC 65||Yamaha YZ65||KTM 65 SX|
|Displacement||65 cc||65cc||65 cc|
|Stroke||40.8 mm||43.6mm||40.8 mm|
|Bore||45 mm||43.5mm||45 mm|
|Top Speed||50 MPH||49 mph||60 MPH|
|Fuel Capacity (approx)||1 gallon||0.9 gal||0.97 gallon|
|Curb Weight||116 pounds||134 lb||116.84 lb|
|Front Tyre Size||Maxxis® 60/100 R14||60/100-14||14*1.60|
|Rear Tyre Size||Maxxis® 80/100 R12||80/100-12||12*1.60|
|Front Brake||198 mm Disc brake||Hydraulic disc, 198mm||7.79 inch Disc brake|
|Rear Brake||180 mm Disc brake||Hydraulic disc, 190mm||7.08 inch Disc brake|
|Engine Type||Liquid-cooled single-cylinder two-stroke||liquid-cooled 2-stroke||1-cylinder, 2-stroke engine|
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The most recent Husqvarna press release revealed their lineup for the near future. Delivering unmatched performance and a beautiful new appearance with Swedish-inspired dark blue and white graphics.
Twelve motocross and cross-country motorcycles built for racing and competition comprise Husqvarna Motorcycles North America, Inc.’s new motocross and cross-country lineup. The fantastic TC 65 motorcycle is part of the new lineup.
This compact motocross bike performs on par with full-sized bikes, making it perfect for the upcoming stars. The TC 65 offers high quality, meticulous attention to detail, and a premium look and feel.
In general, Husqvarna products up to and including 75cc should have a fuel-to-oil ratio of 50:1.
One of the most influential and dependable brands available on the market is Husqvarna.
The new, bar-mounted map-selector switch enables the integrated Traction Control (TC) feature in the bikes’ ECUs.
The engine has a hydraulic clutch and a manual 6-speed transmission.
Husqvarna TC 65 cost around $5,599.