Receiving multiple technical enhancements for 2024, the TC 50 continues to edge away from its competition in terms of both specification and on track performance. Now powered by a new engine, housed inside an all-new chassis that features modernised and adjustable ergonomics, the TC 50 allows youngsters to compete with full confidence. Expertly assembled with unrivalled attention to detail using premium quality, competition focused components, the TC 50 provides all young riders with a distinct advantage on the race track.
The clean and sleek bodywork is scaled down from what is found on the full-size machines and offers the same proven ergonomics. By replicating the design, youngsters will benefit from the larger contact points that allow them to grip the bike tighter with their legs for enhanced control. In addition, a new and flatter seat profile offers unrestricted movement.
The process to remove and reinstall the air filter is simplified for 2024 and allows for faster, cleaner, and easier filter changes. With a redesigned airbox, accessible by removing the quick release seat by hand, the introduction of a snap lock mounting design for the filter is failproof and prevents dirt from falling into the intake tract. Additionally, the Twin Air filter has a larger surface area for increased air flow into the engine. The new airbox concept is produced by using a new technology (mirror welding). The base material of the air box is polyamide and no longer rubber.
High quality aluminium handlebars with a black anodised finish ensures reduced vibration and maximum stability. The new, modern bar bend is slightly wider for enhanced comfort and leads to better body positioning while riding with thin diameter ODI grips allowing for a heightened level of control.
Sleek in design and updated to fit onto the new frame and inside the revised bodywork, the fuel tank is now slightly slimmer overall with the capacity remaining unchanged.
To accommodate youngsters of different sizes, the TC 50 now offers multiple adjustment options to suit a wider range of riders, based on their height and set-up preference. The handlebars can be mounted in four different positions, the rear shock can be positioned from standard high position into a lower setting, and the subframe and bodywork can be installed in two different places to suit each individual rider.
An all-new frame, robot-welded together using the same proven chromium molybdenum steel as the previous generation, enhances the riding experience thanks to revised geometry and flex. Mirroring Husqvarna Motorcycles full size motocross machines, the shock is no longer mounted to the upper frame tube, which reduces the energy transferred through the chassis and leads to greater stability. Frame protectors with a textured surface enhance control in all conditions and protects the dark blue metallic powder coating from wear.
Manufactured using a combination of polyamide glass fibre and steel, this new hybrid construction was first used on the full-size motocross models for MY23. Now, with its reliability proven, it can be found on the TC 50. Besides being robust, lightweight and durable, the subframe plays a vital role in ensuring outstanding handling and is height adjustable to offer tailored ergonomics dependant on the height of the rider.
Aligning the forks perfectly, the forged triple clamps ensure smooth and uncompromised performance from the WP suspension. Refined for 2024 with a new mounting position for the front number plate, the triple clamps continue to offer calculated flex characteristics without sacrificing stability.
|Design||1-cylinder, 2-stroke engine|
|Displacement|| 46.9 cm³|
|Bore|| 39.5 mm|
|Stroke|| 40.7 mm|
|Clutch||Centrifugal clutch (adjustable)|
|Primary Drive||415, Non-sealed|
|Frame Design||Chrome-molybdenum steel central-tube frame|
|EMS||Seletra 2p D36|
|Front Suspension||WP XACT 35 Upside-Down fork, Ø 35 mm|
|Rear Suspension||WP XACT PDS mono shock|
|Front Brake|| 160 mm Disc brake|
|Rear Brake|| 160 mm Disc brake|
|Ground Clearance|| 233 mm|
|Seat Height||645 mm|