Husaberg TE 250




Make Model

Husaberg TE 250


2011 - 12


Two stroke,  single-cylinder


249 cc / 15.2 cu-in
Bore x Stroke 66,4 x 72 mm
Cooling System Liquid cooled
Engine Oil Motorex, SAE 15W-50


Keihin PWK 36S AG


Starting Electric & Kick


12V 3Ah/12V 3Ah

Max Power


Max Torque

Clutch Wet multi-disc clutch, hydraulically operated


6 Speed
Final Drive Chain X-Ring 5/8 x 1/4"
Frame Central double-cradle-type 25CrMo4, Aluminium Subframe

Front Suspension

WP-USD Ø 48 mm Closed Cartridqe
Front Wheel Travel 300 mm / 11.8 in

Rear Suspension

WP-PDS DCC shock absorber
Rear Wheel Travel 335 mm / 13.1 in

Front Brakes

Single 260mm 2 piston caliper

Rear Brakes

Single 220mm disc 1 piston caliper

Front Tyre


Rear Tyre

Steering Head Angle 63.5°
Wheelbase  1475 +– 10 mm / 58.0 in
Ground Clearance 385 mm / 15.1 in
Seat Height 985 mm / 38.7 in

Wet Weight

102 kg / 224.8 lbs

Fuel Capacity 

11 Litres / 2.9 US gal

Husaberg seems to have thrown environmental caution to the winds and has provided a couple of two-strokes models in its offroad range for hard core enduro riders. The niche models are represented by the TE250 and TE300 models and will be hit with offroad purists looking for the handling and power that 2T models can provide compared to four-stroke motors.

The two-strokes of these Husaberg bikes are based on the KTM EXC models and, as the names suggest, will be a 250 and 300cc offering. The bikes have electric and kick-start ignition and will have a headlight to be homologated with E2 and E3 classifications of the World Enduro Championship. They will also have exhaust valves and a hydraulic Brembo clutch.

According to Husaberg, the two-stroke market, at least for dirt bikes, is growing, and there are plenty of little pearls include on the Husaberg TE250 and TE300. There are dual ignition maps, Brembo brakes, a WP front fork, DID wheels and aluminium handle bars. The fuel tank is up to 11 Litres
and a six-speed transmission is also included.