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2010 Husaberg FX 450 First Ride Photo Gallery

Husaberg introduces a racier version of the FE 450 for 2010. The new FX 450 is a dirt bike aimed at cross-country racing and GP-style competitions. MotoUSA’s ISDE and desert tester, Chilly White, takes the Berg for a spin at the rough Glen Helen circuit. Read more in our 2010 Husaberg FX 450 First Ride.

The Husaberg FX 450 feels slightly less planted in the corner than the FE mdoel, but will now steer a little with the rear wheel.
2010 Husaberg FX 450 tears through the rough terrain.
2010 Husaberg FX 450
It’s amazing how quickly we can become accustomed to easy electric starting, flawless fuel injection, light clutch pull and great brakes. Things that were novel just a year or two ago now seem commonplace.
The goal of the FX line is to be a more focused closed course competition bike. New to the model are a 48mm WP closed-chamber fork, close-ratio six-speed transmission, more aggressive ignition settings and a 19-inch rear wheel.
Hitting the trails on the Husaberg
FX 450 delivers the rush our test
rider enjoys.
The Husaberg FX 450 isn't a motocross bike but it can take some abuse out on the MX track.
Chilly White takes the FX around the track at Glen Hellen race way.
The new suspension handles the track corners very well despite not being a motocross bike
For someone looking for a race bike, the FX provides nice upgrades. The additional power and close ratio transmission makes for an intelligently designed performance package.
The FX is only available in the 450 displacement for 2010.
For someone looking for a bit more than what the 2009 FE had to offer, the 2010 FX 450 could be the bike for you.