For years, KTM has had a slightly-upgraded version of its enduro machines available as part of the Six Days lineup, celebrating the company’s success at the ISDE. Now, Husqvarna (which is also part of the Pierer AG empire now, with KTM) is taking an idea from that playbook and has introduced the 2024 Husqvarna Pro Edition TE300 for Canada.
What upgrades do you get, as you enter The World Of The Pros? Most notably, you get trick brakes. The stock TE comes with BRAKTEK calipers, and discs from GSK. The Pro Edition model gets Brembos, and Brembo also provides a hydraulic clutch; brake discs on the Pro Edition come from Galfer.
Husky also put a set of new tires on this bike, upgrading from the basic bike’s Michelins to Dunlops—an MX33 front and an AT81 rear.
Almost right away, most of us will also notice the flashy graphics package, which is also unique to this model. It follows a similar sort of look to the recently-introduced 901 Norden adventure bike. And Husqvarna added quite a few small upgrades to the Pro Edition model, including disc protectors for the front and rear brakes; a new Supersprox sprocket in back; and racing seat cover, with extra ribbing to help lock you into place at speed.
However, the engine itself is the same updated two-stroke single that Husqvarna uses in the standard TE300, with electric start, quickshifter, EFI and a switchable power map. Same for the chassis; it’s the same frame as the updated-for-2024 TE300, with composite subframe, and the same WP XACT closed-cartridge fork and WP XACT shock. It also has the same overhauled wiring harness, with a new Offroad Control Unit instead of a traditional fusebox.
Want more details? Best to check with your local Husqvarna dealership for pricing and availability, as we expect limited production on these machines.