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 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.
- 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 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.
- Nick Fahringer – Factory Rider