Automatic clutches offer multiple benefits to riders, especially on the racetrack. Instead of worrying about clutch stalling or feathering, motocross, supercross and enduro racers can focus on optimal line selection and battle for position. For this reason, Husqvarna teamed up with Rekluse Motor Sport in 2016, showcasing the brand’s performance parts, including its signature automatic clutch.
After an initial three-year agreement through 2019, Husky has continued to partner with the Idaho-based company throughout the 2020 and 2021 seasons. Now both parties will continue their successful technical partnership with race teams throughout -Husqvarna field which will continue to offer Rekluse products in 2022.
“We’ve had a great relationship with Husqvarna Factory Racing for many years and it’s really exciting to continue our partnership through 2022,” said Alison Kelsey, Managing Director of Rekluse Motor Sport. “Over the past few seasons the team has won championships in many different disciplines which is fantastic for us as it proves the versatility, durability and performance of Rekluse products. we’re behind the team 100% and we’re sure it will be another successful racing year.
During the current relationship between Husqvarna and Rekluse, Zach Osborne won the 2020 AMA Motocross 450 Championship. In the same year, Billy Bolt won the FIM SuperEnduro World Championship and followed it with an FIM World Champion title. Hard Enduro in 2021.
“We are delighted to continue our close working relationship with Rekluse,” said Husqvarna Motorsport Vice President Robert Jonas. “The partnership has been incredibly successful across our motocross, enduro and rally businesses, with Husqvarna Factory Racing no doubt benefiting from Rekluse products. The last two seasons have been incredibly rewarding with titles in Pro Motocross, SuperEnduro and Hard Enduro, thanks in part to the support of Rekluse. Looking to 2022, we are fully focused on achieving even more success together.