Husqvarna TE 125


Make Model

Husqvarna TE 125


2015 - 16


Two stroke, single cylinder, with reed intake and exhaust control


124.8cc / 7.6 cu-in
Bore x Stroke 54.0 x 54.5 mm
Cooling System Liquid cooled
Compression Ratio  
Lubrication Mixture oil lubrication


Keihin 29 Carburettor


Contactless, controlled, fully electronic ignition system with digital ignition timing adjustment, type Kokusan

Starting Electeic

Max Power


Max Torque

Clutch Wet multi-disc clutch / Magura hydraulics


6 Speed
Final Drive Chain. 520 X-Ring
Gear Ratio 1st 2.833 (34/12) 2nd 1.875 (30/16)  3rd 1.364 (30/22)  4th 1.143 (24/21)  5th 0.957 (22/23)  6th 0.840 (21/25
Frame Central tube frame made of chrome molybdenum steel tubing

Front Suspension

WP Suspension Up Side Down 4CS

Front Wheel Travel 300 mm / 11.8 in

Rear Suspension

WP Monoshock with linkage
Rear Wheel Travel 330 mm / 12.9 in

Front Brakes

Single 260mm disc 4 piston caliper

Rear Brakes

Single 220mm disc 2 piston caliper

Front Tyre


Rear Tyre

Rake 26.5°
Wheelbase 1471 mm / 57.9 in
Seat Height 960 mm / 37.8 in
Ground Clearance 355 mm / 14.0 in

Dry Weight

96.0 kg / 211.6 lbs

Wet Weight 117.0 kg / 257.9 lbs

Fuel Capacity 

9.5 Litres / 2.5 US gal

An agile and light chassis was designed to perfectly suit the lively and powerful little 2-stroke engine. Lightning fast throttle response, class-leading brakes and a smooth and precise gearbox are just a few of the TE 125’s defining characteristics. High performance combined with extreme entertainment, it brings back the child in every man, and is also the perfect tool for future champions to start their career with.

Motocross 2015: What's new

From being the newcomers in 2013, to consistently featuring at the top of race results and on magazine covers around the world, the spotlight is most certainly on Husqvarna to deliver class-leading performance and technology. Last year a completely new generation of Motocross bikes was launched to an enthusiastic world audience. Now for MY15, significant updates further develop the premium characteristics of the highly technological Husqvarna Motocross range. From the lightweight and agile handling of the 2-strokes to the explosive power and all-round ability of the 4-strokes, every rider is sure to find a match in the MY15 Husqvarna Motocross range.

 New 4CS fork specifically designed for Motocross with improved damping
 New 22mm front axle reduces unsprung weight and increases feeling
 New linkage geometry with optimized rising rate and weight reduction
 New shock with 4mm more stroke and new setting
 Rear subframe reinforcement on airbox side for improved sealing of airbox
 New fork protectors are easier to replace and maintain
 Improved handguards for better impact resistance
 New Neken handlebar and bar pad
 New seat cover with better grip and durability
 New Dunlop MX52 tyres
 New graphics differentiated from Enduro models are an evolution of Husqvarna design and colours
 New clutch basket with a weight saving design and new clutch springs for more consistent behaviour on the FC 250-350
 New O-rings on the oil pump suction screen for the 4-stroke engines
 New swingarm on the TC 85, 0.5 kg lighter with same structural characteristics; redesigned chain guide, chain slider and brake hose bracket for increased safety and performance
 New Maxxis "Maxx Cross SI" tyres on the TC 85
 New ignition curve on the TC 125 for safety against detonation

Motocross 2015: what's new - in detail

New 4CS fork
WP has developed a closed cartridge 4CS fork specifically for Motocross. The new four chamber fork has improved damping characteristics and is also lighter than the previous closed cartridge fork. As with all 4CS forks by WP, the clicker settings can be easily and quickly adjusted via the dials on the top of the fork tubes. The red dial on the right alters rebound damping, while the white dial on the left is for compression damping. WP suspension stands for top quality and offers the best performance levels. Precision engineering, quality materials and advanced production processes are an integral part of the WP forks on the Husqvarna model range.
- New 4CS closed cartridge fork ? specifically designed for Motocross, improved damping and 175g lighter than previous fork
- Easy access clicker dials ? simple and fast clicker settings

New 22mm front axle
In the overall optimisation of the chassis, the MY15 Motocross bikes feature a new 22mm front axle with specific fork shoes in place of the previous 26mm axle. The new axle is lighter, and the shoes have shorter offset and increased trail, for more stability and better front-end feel.
- New 22mm front axle replaces 26mm axle ? reduced unsprung weight (40g) and better feeling
- Shorter offset on fork shoes ? improved fork functioning

New linkage geometry
The rear link has been revised and now features a higher starting rate, and therefore a less progressive curve, that provides better control in all circumstances. Further advancements in production processes have seen an improvement in quality and a reduction in weight of the triangle and pull rod of approximately 40g.
- New linkage geometry ? optimized rising rate for better control and stability
- New production process ? weight reduction on all components

New rear shock
The high performance Husqvarna DCC (Dual Compression Control) rear shock made by WP has a revised setup and has been re-valved to match the geometry changes of the new rear link. The new shock features a 4mm increase in stroke thanks to the new link geometry, for better handling and damping characteristics.
- New WP shock ? revised setup and valving
- 4mm more shock stroke ? same wheel travel for better damping characteristics

Rear subframe reinforcement
The lightweight polyamide rear subframe has been reinforced with an additional screw on the airbox side that improves the fitment between the left subframe arm and the airbox. The improved seal guarantees better performance and durability.
- Improved fitment of subframe components ? improved airbox seal for better performance
- A unique feature in Motocross ? highlights Husqvarna's technological knowhow

New fork protectors
The distinctive yellow fork protectors have been redesigned and no longer wrap around the fork leg. The new design allows for improved access to the fork leg for better maintenance and cleaning, while also being easier to replace.
- New fork protectors ? easier to replace, better maintenance and cleaning of fork

Improved handguards
Handguards are standard across the range and now feature better impact resistance thanks to a new compound.
- Improved handguards ? better impact resistance

New Neken handlebars
New Neken handlebar, with the same bend as the previous model year, with Husqvarna bar pad mated to Husqvarna grips for excellent control of the bike.
- New Neken handlebar and bar pad ? distinctive looks

New seat cover
The seat features a new seat cover material that improves grip and durability. The sturdy material is also harder than the previous cover, making the entire seat firmer, improving comfort and feeling.
- Durable and firm seat cover ? improved grip, durability, feeling and comfort

Dunlop MX52 tyres
wheels are complemented by new Dunlop MX52 Motocross tyres that feature The lightweight a new "block-within-a-block" design for more progressive cornering. The new Dunlop rubber has been developed to offer superior grip in a wider variety of terrain.
- New design developed in top-level AMA Supercross and Motocross ? enhanced handling, cornering and steering feel combined with increased durability

New graphics
The traditional Husqvarna white, blue and yellow has evolved into a striking and distinctive look for the MY15 Motocross range.
- New graphics differentiated from Enduro models ? evolution of Husqvarna design and colours

Overall weight savings
The general optimization of the MY15 Motocross range results in an overall weight saving of 338 g.