The 2011 Husaberg FE line of machines remains mostly unchanged for this year, but there were some new additions in the United States from the Swedish bike manufacturer. These additions include the FE 390 and FE 450. Both are four-stroke offroad bikes, and like other FE models they are fun to drive. The biggest change this year is the addition of new suspension fork. Both the new machines got the closed cartridge fork from WP that was initially designed for the FX closed-course racer model alone. This fork is similar to that used in the KTM XC line, but it has been valved specifically to suit the Swedish bikes. Another change is the new triple clamp for the bikes, which have been increased by a small margin. This change, when combined with the new fork tubes and the stiffer suspension rates, shows that the 2011 Husaberg FE has been designed for better handling and more aggressive riding. Of course, the changes made this year are not just additions, but also removals. The FE 570 model is absent from the lineup, but the bike will be available as the 570 SE, which has been modified as a dual sport bike and the FD 570, which is a streel legal supermoto model complete with 17-inch wheels.