The 2011 Husqvarna CR 150 is a cross-range dirt bike offered by the Swedish manufacturer. Now a subsidiary of BMW, Husqvarna has had a strong presence in Enduro and Motocross championships, especially with their small, two-stroke, 125-cc bikes. Since they entered the market in 1988, their models have become technical benchmarks for other motocross and enduro bike manufacturers. For 2011, the CR 150 gets a number of minor and major technical changes based on what the company learned during the European motocross championships. One big technical change made this year is the newly designed chassis. Most of its modifications are under the cradle, providing a more streamlined design and also increased ground clearance from last year. The engine mounting is also very different, with new cylinder heads and reinforced. The air filter has changed too, with a new design that makes It more water resistant.