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). Produced since 1987 at the MV Agusta factory, Husqvarna has recently developed its range of products thanks to the use of new four-stroke engines available in 250cc, 450cc and 510cc displacements.
To keep us from getting our Vitpilens mixed up with our Svartpilens, Evans Brassdraggings is semi-live at EICMA, bringing us the videographic scoop on this pair of 373cc KTM Single-powered Husqvarna hotties.
Husqvarna’s new Vitpilen 401 is focused on “providing
Two years ago, Husqvarna presented two concept at EICMA, the scrambler-styled
Husqvarna announced a completely redesigned two-stroke and four-stroke
Husqvarna announced a revised FS450 supermoto for
Right on the heels of yesterday’s 2017
Husqvarna’s heavenly 701 Enduro has an evil twin. Not a two-cylinder sister,
The 2016 Husqvarna 701 Enduro delivers the perfect combination of power, handling and suspension on or off the trail
The Vitpilen 701 will most likely be powered by a version of the liquid-cooled 690cc Single found in the 701 Supermoto
Spy photographers have spotted a new KTM 690 Duke-based Husqvarna 701 Café Racer prototype.
The Husqvarna FE 350 S and the FE 501 S more than uphold the Swedish brand’s honor.
Alongside the new 701 Supermoto comes a pair of scrambler concepts from Husqvarna.
Husqvarna revealed a new street legal 701 Supermoto. Unfortunately, it won’t hit stores until next fall.