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2019 Husqvarna Motorcycles Husqvarna signifies a brand with Swedish origins characterized by a centennial history. It is one of the highest points of reference for the off-road market thanks to an image tightly connected to competitions (42 world titles gained in Enduro and Motocross disciplines).
2 top tens for the GasGas team at the last National Enduro in Alabama to finish the season.
Husqvarna Motorcycles GmbH (Swedish: [²hʉːsˌkvɑːɲa]; marketed as Husqvarna) designs, engineers, manufactures and distributes motocross, enduro, supermoto and street motorcycles.. The company began producing motorcycles in 1903 at Huskvarna, Sweden, as a subsidiary of the Husqvarna armament firm. Today, Husqvarna Motorcycles GmbH is owned by Austrian KTM AG
2018 Vitpilen 701 Preview. When Husqvarna announced its return to the street segment in 2015, it announced the Vitpilen 701 Concept, a naked sport motorcycle that was powered by the 693cc single ...
2018 Loose Moose AMA National Enduro Results. Weekend for brothers–Stewart, Grant Baylor 1-2 at the Loose Moose Enduro
74hp for 2017 Husqvarna 701 Enduro and Supermoto Husqvarna 701 (2017) Husqvarna’s 2017 Supermoto 701 and Enduro 701 models will offer the most powerful single-cylinder engine ever offered by the ...
The World Enduro Super Series is pleased to announce an eight-round championship for the 2019 season. With two additional Classic…
Husky Sport Husqvarna. As the UKs longest serving and best stocked Husqvarna dealer, we support our customers with everything they need to go Motocross, Enduro or Supermoto racing as well as providing the full range of products and services for those just out for fun.
1972 400 CR Bengt Åberg Replica. Husqvarna dominated all off road events during 1972...motocross, desert, enduro, and special events like Baja and the Mint 400 as well as world class motocross.
I used to think that automatic gearboxes in motorcycles were restricted to a few odd Moto Guzzis and Hondas. Until a few days ago, when Ken Smith sent me the latest issue of VMX Magazine—with a Husqvarna automatic on the cover and an article inside:. Where’s the damn clutch lever?’