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Husqvarna 701 Supermoto – FIRST LOOK REVIEW Production version of this Big Thumping Supermoto is poised to go on sale in Europe soon; US buyers will

Husqvarna 701 Supermoto – FIRST LOOK REVIEW Production version of this Big Thumping Supermoto is poised to go on sale in Europe soon; US buyers will

Husqvarna, owned by KTM, is about to start deliveries in Europe of the very impressive 701 Supermoto, the ultimate street-legal supermoto-style bike first seen as a concept at the EICMA show in 2013. The Husqvarna 701 Supermoto is powered by KTM's mighty 690cc liquid-cooled SOHC 4-valve engine,...

Published on October 8 2015, 21:03
Source: www.cycleworld.com
 

The Italian motorcycle industry is never serene like a perfectly calm Alpine lake. Rather, the wind is always stirring up the waves. Moto Morini, for instance, appears to be in suspended animation. I was supposed to visit the new, small premises near Pavia (where the two Milanese entrepreneurs... 

We are already feeling the early effects of the EICMA show in Milan, Italy – easily the most important trade event for the motorcycle industry. EICMA is where many of the next year's new models are released, not to mention the show serves as a platform for much of the yearly business that occurs... 

Husqvarna is a 111-year-old brand in the midst of a fresh start. Under KTM ownership for only about a year now, the formerly Swedish brand already has re-established itself as an important marque in the off-road segment, and the company is on a path to sell more than 15,000 motorcycles in 2014.... 

In its long 111-year history, Husqvarna has continually re-invented itself. In the 1920s and 1930s, the Swedish company built bulky V-twin streetbikes. Then, postwar, lightweight single-cylinders became the norm, and by the 1960s Americans grew very familiar with off-road Husqvarnas thanks to... 

It didn't take long to find what would appear to be a worthy contender to the KTM 390 Duke. Enter BMW's new G 310 R. European? Check. Naked? Check. Single cylinder? Check. By golly! I think we should pit these two lil thumpers against each other in a battle to the death! Or at least compare them... 

Action photos by Steve Cox Editor Score:87.5% Engine 16.5/20 Suspension/Handling 13.5/15 Transmission/Clutch 10/10 Brakes 8/10 Instruments/Controls 5/5 Ergonomics/Comfort 7.5/10 Appearance/Quality 10/10 Desirability 9/10 Value 8/10 Overall Score 87.5/100 In the dirtbike world, Husqvarna is... 

Shock o' the Show: Best known for its lowly runabouts or more recently a Suzuki 800-powered V-Twin standard (about as ho-hum as it sounds), Germany's Sachs stunned show-goers with its Beast concept bike, a minimalist engine-as-frame exercise that's about as wide as a 2×4. This one doesn't run,...