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2015 Husqvarna FE 350 S and FE 501 S Review

2015 Husqvarna FE 350 S and FE 501 S Review

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...

Published on November 19 2014, 15:30
Source: www.motorcycle.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... 

Husqvarna FE 450 Husqvarna arguably makes the most aggressive dual sports in terms of light weight, chassis sophistication and engine output. We were extremely impressed by the FE 350 S when we tested it last year. We just received the following press release from Husky describing its 2017... 

They say you only live once, and even if you get reincarnated you might come back as a cockroach. So go for it! Don't worry about cost or durability. In this series of articles, we don't. We got tired of listening to our readers whine like babies about street legal, off-the-shelf motorcycles... 

A lot has happened with the Husqvarna name in the past few years. Recently sold to Stefan Pierer, head man at KTM AG, the Swedish dirt bike brand was also recently reunited with Husaberg, the brand established from the remnants left behind of the company in Sweden from when Husqvarna moved to... 

To celebrate its 110th birthday this year, Husqvarna is offering no less than ten different North American models including two-strokes and four-strokes and sizes ranging from 85cc to 501cc. Several of Husqvarna's innovations can be found on the 2014 machines – most notably the polyamide rear... 

In Part 1 of this series, we reviewed the Husqvarna FE 501 S dual sport with parts added (notably, 17″ wheels and street rubber) converting it to an ultra-light street legal supermoto. Before comparing the two, this story will focus on the KTM 390 Duke ABS, the other machine in our lightweight... 

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...