With 75 hp and 157 kg dry weight, this neo-retro motorcycle should be lots of fun to ride. And, it’s coming to Canada!
Husqvarna has confirmed their earlier confirmation.
Husqvarna takes their 690 platform and builds a bold, stripped-down cafe styled bike around it.
The Europeans are playing it cautious for now, but there are still plenty of tasty machines to see at the Milan show.
Wait a few months, a couple years max, and this thing should be ready for production. You can start saving now …
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KTM/Husqvarna’s deal with part owner Bajaj may help the Euro manufacturer become a much bigger player on the international market.
The Husqvarna street lineup seems to be headed in the neo-retro direction.
Deep in Sweden, there’s a town named Huskvarna, and guess what’s there…
Husqvarna is prospering under its new ownership.