2014 Husaberg Off Road_12

After bought Husqvarna Motorcycles from BMW Motorrad earlier in January 2013, last week Pierer Industries AG which owned by KTM CEO Stefan Pierer has announced its plan to reunite it with the Austria-based Swedish brand, Husaberg. After 25 years apart, Husqvarna and Husaberg will be merged into one and will be called Husqvarna Sportmotorcycle GmbH as of October 2013. The new company will be based in Mattighofen, Austria and will build off the technology that Husaberg has developed.

According to KTM, the new models from Husqvarna Sportmotorcycle GmbH will most likely be rolling out by the end of this year at the EICMA in Milan, Italy. Nevertheless, it hasn’t stopped Husaberg from unveiling its 2014 lineup of seven off-road bikes – Final Edition before the “reunite” – , including the four-stroke Husaberg FE 250, FE 350, FE 450 and FE 501 and the two-stroke Husaberg TE 125, TE 250 and TE 300. Read more

2013 Husaberg Motorcycles Lineup


2013 Husaberg FE250

The Swedish brand owned by KTM North America, Husaberg has has revealed its off-road motorcycle lineup for model year 2013, including the addition of the new Husaberg FE250.

Husaberg offers seven models, comprised of four 4-stroke variants (FE350, FE450, FE501 and new FE250) and three 2-stroke versions (TE125, TE250, TE300). Focusing on enduro, every singe detail of the new Husaberg motorcycles is designed for maximum rideability for Enduro competition and for offroad adventures out in the wild, featuring a new bodywork, seat and fuel tank, a new lighter swingarm, a new chromoly frame and a high-strength plastic subframe (fiberglass-reinforced polyamide). The 2013 Husaberg bikes also get new WP closed-cartridge fork with patented 4-chamber technology which ensures ultimate responsiveness and constant damping over the full suspension travel at a lower weight when compared to conventional closed-cartridge systems. Read more