Related articles

Husqvara Unveils 2017 Apparel Collection

@Husqvarna1903 •@HusqvarnaNA •(October 26, 2016)- The latest Husqvarna apparel range, which embraces a full selection of functional apparel for off-road casual and lifestyle apparel and accessories, can be seen on the Husqvarna Motorcycles website.

Wednesday, 26 October 2016 16:18 Published in Industry News


Husqvarna Motorcycles Introduces Updated 701 Supermoto & 701 Enduro

@Husqvarna1903 •#husqvarna •(September 29, 2016)- Husqvarna Motorcycles is proud to unveil the new 701 SUPERMOTO and 701 ENDURO, two class-leading single cylinder motorcycles that have been significantly revamped for model year 2017.

Thursday, 29 September 2016 13:36 Published in Industry News


Husqvarna Motorcycles launches the 701 Supermoto microsite‏

Husqvarna Motorcycles is happy to introduce the 701 Supermoto microsite. Dedicated to everyone who fell in love with the latest Husqvarna street machine recently introduced at 2014 EICMA, the brand new 701 Supermoto microsite will unveil a whole lot more information and insights in the coming weeks and months. The 701 Supermoto is due to be at official Husqvarna dealers in November 2015.

Users that register directly with the microsite will be the first to receive a dedicated newsletter every time new content is added to the microsite. In doing so, they will discover, piece by piece, the exciting features of the first street machine of Husqvarna's new era.

Visit www.701supermoto.com

From: VICTORIA HETT // MARKETING SPECIALIST

Tuesday, 28 April 2015 13:15 Published in Products


BMW Sells Husqvarna to Pierer Industrie AG

Almost hidden in a press release we received from BMW (full release below) was the following line:
"...the BMW Group signed a purchase agreement with Pierer Industrie AG (Austria) for the acquisition of Husqvarna Motorcycles."

Who is Pierer Industrie AG? Among other things, they are 51% owners of KTM.

Friday, 01 February 2013 09:53 Published in Industry News


Inside Impression: Husqvarna TR650 Terra & Strada Review

The sun is coming up on the rolling hills of southwestern Spain, and that’s a good thing.  We’re riding on sweeping, bumpy, mostly secondary back roads, and our pace has been somewhat beyond the typical motorcycle headlight’s capability.  A little more light, overall, will definitely take some of the drama out of this jaunt.

Tuesday, 08 January 2013 13:21 Published in Feature Stories


Page 2 of 2