Husqvarna CR125

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The Husqvarna CR125 is a 125cc single cylinder, motocross motorcycle manufactured by Husqvarna in Husqvarna, Sweden.

The CR125 had a radial head for extra cooling and competed in motocross venues across Europe and the United States.

1973[edit]

1973 Husqvarna CR125 in Yellow
1973 Husqvarna CR125 in Yellow
1973 Husqvarna CR125 in Yellow
1973 Husqvarna CR125 in Yellow
1973 Husqvarna CR125 in Yellow
1973 Husqvarna CR125 in Yellow
1973 Husqvarna CR125 in Yellow


2006[edit]

In 2006, a four stroke water cooled engine replaced the fan shaped radial head.

2005 Husqvarna TE450 in Yellow/Blue
2005 Husqvarna TE450 in Yellow/Blue
2005 Husqvarna TE450 in Yellow/Blue
2005 Husqvarna TE450 in Yellow/Blue
2005 Husqvarna TE450 in Yellow/Blue
2005 Husqvarna TE450 in Yellow/Blue


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Husqvarna CR125
Manufacturer
Also called CR 125
Production 1999 - 2013
Class Enduro
Engine
single cylinder, two-stroke
Bore / Stroke 54.0mm x 54.5mm
Compression ratio 8.8:1
Horsepower 37.01 HP (27.6 KW) @ 11680RPM
Fuel System carburetor. mikuni tmx38
Ignition c.d.i. electronic, with adjustable advance
Spark Plug NGK ‘74-83[1]
Battery 8.8:1
Transmission Gear box: 6-speed

Final Drive: chain

Clutch: multi plate, cable operation
Suspension Front: 48mm kayaba aos
Rear: sachs multi adjustable shock with soft damp linkage
Brakes Front: single disc. wave disc.
Rear: single disc. wave disc.
Front Tire 90/90-21
Rear Tire 2.15-18
Wheelbase 57.48 inches (1460 mm)
Length 87.2 inches (2215 mm)
Width 32.28 inches (820 mm)
Height 49.61 inches (1260 mm)
Seat Height 38.78 inches (985 mm)
Weight 202.83 pounds (92.0 Kg) (dry), 92.0 kg (wet)
Fuel Capacity 1.85 Gallon (7.00 Liters)
Manuals Service Manual


The Husqvarna CR125 was a single cylinder, two-stroke Enduro motorcycle produced by Husqvarna between 1999 and 2013. Claimed horsepower was 37.01 HP (27.6 KW) @ 11680 RPM.

Engine[edit]

The engine was a liquid cooled single cylinder, two-stroke. A 54.0mm bore x 54.5mm stroke result in a displacement of just 124.8 cubic centimeters.

Drive[edit]

The bike has a 6-speed transmission. Power was moderated via the multi plate, cable operation.

Chassis[edit]

It came with a 90/90-21 front tire and a 2.15-18 rear tire. Stopping was achieved via single disc. wave disc. in the front and a single disc. wave disc. in the rear. The front suspension was a 48mm kayaba aos while the rear was equipped with a sachs multi adjustable shock with soft damp linkage. The CR125 was fitted with a 1.85 Gallon (7.00 Liters) fuel tank. The bike weighed just 202.83 pounds (92.0 Kg). The wheelbase was 57.48 inches (1460 mm) long.

2002 Husqvarna CR 125[edit]

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The 2002 MY Husqvarna CR 125 sports a liquid-cooled, two-stroke, 124cc, single cylinder lump paired to a six-speed manual transmission. It addresses younger and less experienced riders who want an entry-level machine for motocross, but it can also be a lighter and more agile alternative for more experienced motocross riders. It also comes with a performance-oriented suspension system, as well as a high-end Brembo braking system, which make it one of the most sought after machines in its class.


2003 Husqvarna CR 125[edit]

The 2003 MY Husqvarna CR 125 comes with a liquid-cooled, two-stroke, 124cc, single cylinder engine paired to a six-speed manual transmission. In addition, it features a high-end suspension system, composed of an upside-down fork with 300 mm of travel, and a progressive rear monoshock, which ensure improved maneuverability, and allow it to tackle more difficult enduro tracks. It addresses novice and inexperienced riders who want to get better acquainted to the world of enduro racing.


2004 Husqvarna CR 125[edit]

2004 Husqvarna CR 125

The 2005 MY Husqvarna CR 125 is suitable for novice riders who want to get accustomed to the enduro world. At its heart lies a liquid-cooled, two-stroke, 124cc, single cylinder engine paired to a six-speed manual transmission. In addition, it features a high-end suspension system, composed of an upside-down fork with 300 mm of travel, and a progressive rear monoshock, which ensure improved maneuverability, and allow it to tackle more difficult enduro tracks.


2009 Husqvarna CR 125[edit]

2009 Husqvarna CR 125

The 2009 MY Husqvarna CR 125 has been designed for novice riders who want a taste of the motocross world, and even more seasoned ones that want to ride a light, agile, yet gritty machine. At its heart lies a liquid-cooled, two-stroke, 124cc, single cylinder lump paired to a six-speed manual transmission. Features worth mentioning would be the high-end suspension system, composed of a Marzocchi front fork and a Sachs rear monoshock.


2010 Husqvarna CR 125[edit]

2010 Husqvarna CR 125

For motocross enthusiasts that want a light and agile, the engineers from Husqvarna have launched the 2010 MY CR 125. It comes with a liquid-cooled, four-stroke, 124cc, single cylinder lump paired to a six-speed manual transmission. It comes with new plastics and new IPD, a new Sachs rear monoshock, a new silencer, a 48 mm sealed cartridge Kayaba fork, as well as a revised frame and swing arm, for the best performance under the worst conditions.


2011 Husqvarna CR 125[edit]

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The 2011 MY Husqvarna CR 125 sports a liquid-cooled, two-stroke, 124cc, single cylinder lump paired to a six-speed manual transmission. It has been designed as an entry-level motocross machine, suitable for both novice riders who want to get used to the motocross world, as well as more experienced ones who want a more agile and fun machine. In addition, it has a Brembo braking system, which is inspired from the race Huskeys and significantly boosts its performance and safety levels.


2012 Husqvarna CR 125[edit]

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The 2012 MY Husqvarna CR 125 addresses younger riders who want to get accustomed to the world of motocross, as well as more experienced ones who want a fun and nimble small-displacement machine. At its heart lies a liquid-cooled, two-stroke, 124cc, single cylinder lump paired to a six-speed manual transmission. In addition, it features a race-inspired Brembo braking system, which not only improves its performance around the track, but also makes for a much safer machine. Also, the Marzocchi fork and the Sachs monoshock in the rear makes for a maneuverable and agile machine, and is sure to put a smile on the rider's face, no matter the age.


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References[edit]

  1. 2019 Western Power Sports Catalog. Western Power Sports. 2019. 


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