Ride a National Dual Sport, Win a Husqvarna
The largest of Husqvarna’s street-legal dual-purpose enduro bikes, the TE511 motor is based on the 449 powerplant, bored out an extra 3mm for bigger torque that comes on smooth and in no short supply. The revised chromoly frame and upgraded Kayaba shock synchronize with Husky’s patented CTS (Coaxial Traction System), allowing the 511 to handle better than ever.
NEW Kayaba shock is 4mm shorter and re-valved to let the rear of the bike ride lower and improve handling.
- NEW Kayaba 48mm open-cartridge fork re-valved to be more plush on the initial stroke, yet more rigid throughout.
- NEW WP radiators combine with electric fan to improve cooling circuit.
- NEW Simplified one-piece tail section improves aesthetics.
- NEW Streamlined electrical system is simpler and more direct.
- NEW IPD (in-mold plastic design) graphics in striking new black/red color scheme.
- NEW Silver anodized Excel rims.
- Ignition mapping spreads power from 477.5cc motor in an easy-to-manage, linear fashion.
- Electric start.
- Fuel injected Keihin D46 EFI system.
- Brembo hydraulic clutch.
- Polished Grimeca hubs front and rear.
Each time you participate in an AMA Husqvarna National Dual Sport Trail Riding Series event, you earn a chance to win a new Husqvarna TE. Husqvarna's TE line is the most-aggressive factory dual-sport bike you can buy today. With just the bare minimum to meet 50-state street-legal requirements, virtually none of the bike's off-road prowess is compromised. Still, you can ride with the peace of mind that your bike is fully legal no matter where you ride.
So, check out the full rules below, get an overview of the bike to the right and start planning your dual-sport adventures. Even if you don't win, each ride will be a memory you'll never forget.
Only registered participants in 2012 AMA Husqvarna National Dual Sport Series are eligible to enter.
Winners will be selected in a random drawing conducted by Plante & Moran, PLLC, whose decisions are final. All prizes will be awarded. The winner(s) will be selected no later than January 31, 2013, and will be announced in American Motorcyclist magazine. The Grand Prize winner will be notified by telephone. Winner(s) will be required to sign a statement of eligibility and release. Names and photographs may be used for publicity purposes without further compensation. Local, state and federal taxes, if any, are the sole responsibility of the winner(s). No substitution of prizes is permitted. Odds of winning depend upon the number of entries received. One Grand Prize, Husqvarna TE511, approximate maximum retail value as of 2/17/2012 is $8,999, or similar substitute model. You must be a current AMA or ATVA members to claim prize. Transportation of all prizes is at the option of the AMA and prize providers. All prizes must be claimed or redeemed by December 31, 2013.
Void where prohibited or restricted by law. All federal, state and local taxes, laws and regulations apply. For the names of the winners, send a stamped, self-addressed envelope to: 2012 AMA Husqvarna National Dual Sport Series Sweepstakes, 13515 Yarmouth Dr., Pickerington, OH 43147.
Employees of the American Motorcyclist Association, the American Motorcycle Heritage Foundation, and their respective Boards of Directors, the staff of Plante & Moran, PLLC, and members of each of their immediate families are not eligible.