Once upon a time, Husqvarna was a big-time player in the dirtbike market. But most of that glory came before the company was sold to Cagiva in Italy, before Japanese dirtbikes took center stage, before four-stroke engines replaced two-strokes as the primary means of propulsion for off-road motorcycles—and long before BMW bought Husqvarna in 2007. Since then, the company, still working from its factory in Varese, Italy, has been pushing hard to re-emerge as a serious contender in the off-road category. Its latest entry in that effort is theTE 250, a 50-state-legal dual-purpose enduro powered by an all-new four-stroke engine in an all-new chassis. And in most ways, it's an awesome little bike.