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2016 Husqvarnas – FIRST LOOK The dual-sport and off-road models get minor refinements and new graphics for 2016.

2016 Husqvarnas – FIRST LOOK The dual-sport and off-road models get minor refinements and new graphics for 2016.

If you need proof that KTM ownership is the best thing to ever happen to Husqvarna, the success of the brand over the past year should put any doubts to bed. Husqvarna is building far better motorcycles than it has for decades, and the Mattighofen, Austria-based brand is now grabbing accolades...

Published on July 1 2015, 16:54
Source: www.cycleworld.com
 

Because we're big dual-sport fans, it didn't go unnoticed for even a second that the "new" Husqvarna's 2014 model lineup lacked a street-legal dual-purpose machine along the lines of sibling company KTM's 350/500EXCs. So we were stoked to see two such models announced for 2015, the FE 501 S and... 

It's amazing how far single-cylinder engine design has come. The introduction of the modern four-stroke motocross racer in the 1990s was the main driving force behind development, while the advent of the Moto3 class in Grand Prix roadracing in 2012 ushered in even more advancements. KTM was one... 

Husqvarna's 701 Supermoto is getting a dual-sport version, with the KTM-owned brand announcing the 701 Enduro. Expect the 701 Enduro to arrive in U.S. dealerships in February 2016. The 2016 Husqvarna 701 Enduro shares a lot of components with the Supermoto including a modified version of the KTM... 

Dual-sport riders in America have never had it so good. It wasn't even 10 years ago that even the best dual-sport offerings were mere shadows of their off-road sisters, with more show than go when it came time to head into the outback. Anemic engines, underwhelming suspension, lots of weight and... 

Honda just stepped its game up big time for 2019, with the release of the 'CRF Collective.' There are three all-new models to look forward to including a CRF250RX, a CRF450RWE (Works Edition), and get this, a long-awaited and only dreamed of before, CRF450L dual-sport. (!!!) If that wasn't... 

Sometimes manufacturers like to put most of their eggs in one basket. For example: Kawasaki has an awesome motocross model lineup, but there are no real comparable 250 or 450 cross-country or trail bike models to select from. Husqvarna (and KTM for that matter) is different because the company... 

KTM is on a roll and has been for some time. In the past decade it has gone from a company whose only street offerings were relatively simple singles to one producing world-class V-twins bristling with the latest technology. It seems like eons since 1991, when CEO Stefan Pierer intervened to...