The 2015 Husqvarna TC250 Ultimate Build!!!

So, we are finally done with our TC250 (for now).  It is one SWEET bike.  Here is a list of what we have added and done to the bike to make it the best off-road race bike we can make.  This bike is available for demo rides, rental, and race rental this year. Please contact us if you are interested in checking it out.  Highland Cycles 970-240-2197

We added:

Bullet Proof Designs Radiator Guards and Chain Guide Guard

Fasstco Flexx Handlebars with Enduro Engineering Bark Busters and Pillow top Grips

Fastway adjustable Linkage Guard and Evo Air Footpegs

Warp 9 Front and Rear Wheels (to get an 18" on the rear) With an AT81 Rear Tire

Rekluse Core EXP 3.0 Auto Clutch

DID VT2 Chain

SRT Pipe and Guard

Topar Rear Disk Guard with Plastic Fin

TM Designs Chain Guide

TM Designs Skid Plate

TTO Hour Meter

System Tech Racing Fork Bleeders

System Tech Racing Compression and Rebound Adjuster Knobs

System Tech Racing Oil Filler Cap

System Tech Racing Rear Brake Pedal Tip

System Tech Racing Rear Master Cylinder Resevoir

System Tech Racing Rear Caliper Cooler

System Tech Racing Front Disk Guard

Factory Suspension Works Full Custom Re-valve to Forks and Shock

Jetting and Power Valve Tuning by Highland Cycles

If you have any questions about what we did or why please call us at 970-240-2197 and if you are interested in having us help you build your ultimate race bike let us know!!!!

Cycra Handguards

As you all may be figuring out, I am really hard on equipment.  If a part isn't built really well then I will destroy it.  I think it has mostly to do with all of the crashing.  I know for a fact it isn't because of speed. 

I started my motorcycle career with plastic Acerbis hand guards.  Those didn't make it a week before I had broken both levers and ruined the guards.  Next I went to the Acerbis guards that had aluminum in them and they were better but I still managed to mangle them pretty quickly.  Then I thought I was really smart and went with some flag style guards.  That experiment ended with a broken and permanently misshapen finger.  Finally I tried the expensive but really well built Cycra ProBend CRM guards.  I have had the same pair now for 2 bikes and haven't been able to destroy them.

The ProBends are great.  They made from billet aluminum and designed to be easy to mount and easy to get your hands out of the way in case of a crash.  The CRM (Center Reach Mount) design is awesome too.  With the mounts reaching all the way to the cylindrical part of the bar (not the tapered part) you get more strength and consistent tightening.  

I have crashed and crashed and banged mine against all sorts of obstacles and they are still great.  I recommend pairing them with the threaded inserts we sell to because they give you a super positive mount.   

As always, FOREVER TWO WHEELS!!!!!!