Husqvarna Husquvarna WR250 Motorcycles Reviews (5)
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2004-06-29 1999 Husqvarna Husquvarna WR250 Motorcycles View Listings

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After a long list of Japanese bikes I finally got to ride a friend's 1999 WR250 and all of a sudden I finally learned what other Husqvarna riders already knew. These bikes are designed and built with the rider in mind. The sheer pleasure of riding this bike was enough for me to sell my RMX250 and seek out one of these bikes. After a few months of riding I still look forward to the weekend to get out and mix it up with pretty much anything. The confidence it inspires and the forgiving nature of it's design mean that you can really push this bike and still feel safe. Do I sound convinced ... you bet I am !! My next upgrade (one day) will be to a 2004 WR250 and that should last until I quit riding. If you haven't ridden one of these, what are you waiting for ???
- Paul, Melbourne, Australia

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2003-05-14 1999 Husqvarna Husquvarna WR250 Motorcycles View Listings

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The Husqvarna WR250 (Used to be called the WXE250 or the EXC250) is a really sweet bike. It is light, at about 230 with basic fluids and a Baja Designs Lighting Kit. The 2-stroke power is amazing and the bike will pull from idle at walking speed to almost 100 miles per hour. Top ends last a LONG LONG time. With 110w lighting coil, I have plenty of light at night. too! Very Reliable bike.
- Pippin Cavagnaro, San Rafael, California

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2002-03-07 1999 Husqvarna Husquvarna WR250 Motorcycles View Listings

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I have the older bike that was been re-labled the WR 250. Mine has the 6 spd. I read another bad review below on a bike that never ran right.Mine was used,and started acting lean 3rd.time out.You would think of jetting,but that still doesn't cure.I think the fellow before me had just repaced the base gasket.(it looked brand new but was sucking air,now ) The dealer in KC MO.listed under Husqvarna is VERY accomodating & will have parts at your door in about 4 days.I can't get Yamaha or Honda parts into my local dealer that fast,its always 7 to 10 days,plus the drive.You can even change the compresion ratio a little with 3 different thickness available.If you apply Gasgesinch it will never leak again & start in 1 to 3 kicks choked & 1 kick hot. Mine now has the thick base gasket & tons of bottom end torque,while still pulling hard in 6th.to redline. It weighs in the 220's with a fantastic hiding kickstand & an FMF long stinger. Only complaint is a hard 4,5,6th gear shift.It was 8yr old & $1500. What a bargain.
- Paul, Omaha, Nebraska

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2001-03-19 1999 Husqvarna Husquvarna WR250 Motorcycles View Listings

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I have been around dirt bikes for many years. I am not much of a mechanic, just a rider who has a pretty good idea of what an enduro bike should be. It always amaze'es me why the publications are always diggig the Husqvarna motorcycles. They had 3 world chapionships in 2000. No not supercross. No not arenacross. You know the real world stuff. The stuff that means something. If you plan to buy a new bike for the dirt, Husqvarna should be at the top of your list. and I mean period.
- Wayne Patrick, Cranston, Rhode Island

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2000-08-17 1999 Husqvarna Husquvarna WR250 Motorcycles View Listings

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I love Huskies, they are a great bike and I have been riding bikes since I was four years old but the Husqvarna is the bike that really appeals to me.
- Ryan Jeffery, Australia, QLD

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