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2011 Husqvarna WR150 First Look

Thursday, June 10, 2010
2011 Husqvarna WR150 Technical Specs
2011 Husqvarna WR150
2011 Husqvarna WR150
Engine: Single Cylinder, 2-stroke
Displacement: 144cc
Bore x Stroke: 57.85 x 54.5mm
Gears: 6
Starting: Kick Starter
Cooling: Liquid
Ignition: Analog
Carburetor: 38mm
Front Brake: Disc 260mm
Rear Brake: floating Disc 240mm
Front Suspension: 50mm Marzocchi Upside-Down
Rear Suspension: Sachs Progressive "Soft Damp" Adjustable Shock Absorber
Front/Rear: Tires 90/90-21" / 120/90-18"
Total Weight (DRY): 96kg / 211lbs
Wheelbase: 1465mm / 57.7"
Min. Ground Clearance: 315mm / 12.4"
Seat Height: 980mm / 38.5"
Fuel Tank Capacity: 7 Liters / 1.85 Gallons
MSRP: $6499
The 2011 Husqvarna off-road motorcycles keep rolling in and the latest is a small bore 2-stroke enduro aimed directly at riders looking for a light, agile yet full size bike. The 2011 WR150 features a chromolly trellis frame with a 144cc engine wrapped in the slick-looking red/white/black Husky IPD (In-mold plastic decoration) graphics and bodywork. It features the same headlight and taillights as the 2010 model WR125 so if you’re lucky enough to live in an OHV friendly state you might have a shot at getting a plate for this little zinger too.

Suspension duties are handled by a 50mm Marzocchi fork and remote reservoir Sachs shock. Black Excel wheels help give the WR that factory look Husqvarna has a reputation for. The WR150 joins the 2011 TE630 and SMS630 as early release models that are available at your local Husqvarna dealers right now.

"The 2011 WR150 is an impressive package any way you measure it," says Husqvarna Motorcycles NA president Mark Brady in the official release. "It makes for an ideal complement at the other end of the model line spectrum to its TE630 and SMS630 siblings. The 2011 model year is shaping up to be a break-out year for Husqvarna and we are looking forward to the return to dominance in the off-road motorcycle scene here in America."

That’s high praise for this little off-road weapon. It is well documented that we are aware of the advantages that a bike like this has in tight, technical trails like we ride here in the Pacific Northwest as well as its potential as a stepping stone to the larger displacement bikes for riders making the jump from true entry-level machines. MSRP is set at $6499.

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Comments
Ro Bohl -Trail rider  November 16, 2010 04:59 PM
Looking for more information on the 150. Has anyone done a test that has been published?
nonong divinagracia ,zamboanga city, Philippines -what a great bike!  August 1, 2010 09:11 PM
my congrats to husky for introducing this bike! what a nice and slim bike for weekend trailriding! wish i could have this bike soon!
Switchback -Astronomical Seat Height?  June 10, 2010 12:50 PM
WHY nearly a 39" seat Height on a woods bike aimed at smaller/lighter/younger riders?