Last week, I spent two days in the California high desert testing the new Husqvarna 701 Supermoto and 701 Enduro. The dirt focused guys chased my taillights as we rode windy roads on street tires all the way out to Anza Borrego the first day, and then I floundered my way home in the sand, sucking on their dust the…
If you thought this year was a fun bike launch/EICMA season, wait til you see what’s coming for 2017. Kawasaki just declared they have 12 bikes coming over the next two years, we should see more forced induction things, KTM better bring me my 800 cc twins, and Husqvarna confirmed the 401 Vitpilen is on the way. The…
No one does a concept bike as well as Husqvarna, and their new Vitpilen 701 Concept is proof that true love does exist. I would give them all of the dollars I have for this this motorcycle, even the ones I hid in the attic.
You know what I do when I need to take a quick break from writing about motorcycles? I sit back and scroll through Instagram pics of motorcycles. Chances are, you do the same, so here are some accounts you should make sure you’re following.
The Husqvarna 701 Supermoto is both a rebadged KTM 690 SMC R and one of the bikes I’m the most excited about this year - and now it’s getting a Enduro twin for those of you who want to take your big thumper fun to the dirt.
While there are a lot of exciting bikes coming out this year, none excite me as much as this Husqvarna 701 Supermoto. I dare you to watch this video and disagree with me.
Of all the bikes unveiled last year, one pair of Husqvarna concepts had us throwing our wallets at our computing machine screens. Husky heard the dull thumping of leather smacking against glass and is ready to deliver. The 401 twins have gotten the green light. Hells. Yes.
KTM has been kicking ass on both ends of the engine displacement spectrum, but like the rest of the industry, something's been missing – mid-size V-twins. KTM is finally rectifying matters and spreading the wealth to its siblings at Husqvarna.
BMW's Italy-based enduro and motocross bike builder Husqvarna dates back to a 17th century Swedish musket maker, but it's no longer sweating the Treaty of Nijmegen. It's working on a new, avant-garde streetfighter that might give Ducati a workout.