The new 2021-spec factory MXGP Husqvarnas have broken cover and despite the new-look graphics and colours, look to be very little changed from the 2020 machines.
It's expected that the bikes from KTM, Husqvarna and GasGas are prototypes for the 2022 production machines which are due for a revamp. But these
Husqvarna Motorcycles is pleased to confirm the signing of Thomas Kjer Olsen to a two-year contract that will see the 2019 MX2 World Championship runner-up move into the MXGP division in 2021 onboard FC 450 machinery. Thomas will compete for Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing in the IceOne Racing team
Briton Ben Watson missed out on the podium at the opening MX2 GP of the year by just a single point despite taking two fourth place finishes in his best ever GP ride. Making his debut on the Kemea Yamaha, Watson ran with the front runners in the opening moto
To say that Thomas-Kjer Olsen had a good GP rookie season is quite the understatement. The 2016 EMX250 champion rode his Husqvarna to third overall in the MX2 World Championship, won his first Grand Prix and captured the Dutch Masters of Motocross MX2. We caught up with the 20-year old Dane right
Rockstar Energy Husqvarna's MX2 sensation Thomas Kjer Olsen clinched the Dutch Masters MX2 title on his very first attempt! The spectacular Dane went into the Zwarte Cross final event leading Brian Bogers by 6 points. Eventually he secured the championship by a 1-2 score for the day. Olsen brought home
Check out the highlights of the MXGP and MX2 classes from the Latvian GP at Kegums.
Brit Conrad Mewse recooded his best ever GP finish with a third place, but it was fast-improving Dane Thomas Kjer Olsen who made his first trip to the MX2 GP podium at the Latvian GP, and it was to stand on the top step as overall winner. The factory Husky
Home hero Tony Cairoli took a start-to-finish win the the MXGP qualifying at Trentino, his first qualifying race win of the year. French Husky ace Gautier Paulin fought off the challenge from world champ Tim Gajser to take second place.
Romain Febvre took fourth ahead of Max Nagl who sneaked by Clement Desalle.
British MX1 class rookie Max Anstie was the star of the huge crowd at Hawkstone Park, setting fast laps and domination the opening MX1 moto. He had such a huge lead he pitted for a change of goggles and still beat fellow factory Husky rider Max Nagl and Suzuki's Armenas
Following the recent release of the official MXGP, it's now the turn of Husqvarna's official Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing MX2 team.
Check out this cool gallery of Thomas Covington, Conrad Mewse and 2016 EMX250 European Motocross Champion Thomas Kjer Olsen.