Husqvarna Motorcycles unveiled a prototype Husqvarna 701 supermoto bike at the EICMA International Motorcycle Show in Milan, Italy. The Husqvarna 701 is characterized by a 690cc single cylinder 4-stroke engine, which produces 75hp, harnessed within a lightweight Chromoly steel trellis frame and suspended by the latest WP fork and shock technology. Husqvarna’s 701 embraces the 110-year heritage of the Husqvarna brand and projects it towards the future.
Alongside the Husqvarna 701 prototype, Husqvarna displayed the company’s full 2014-model range of motocross and enduro bikes. The motocross range features six performance machines, starting from the TC85 mini-cross for youth racers. The two-stroke TC125 and TC250 models ensure machinery for all and sit alongside the four-stroke FC250, FC350 and FC 450 models.
The enduro range consists of seven models, with the two-stroke TE125, TE250 and TE300 models and high-performance four-stroke FE250, FE350, FE450 and FE501 bikes. The highlights of the entire range are the 48mm WP 4CS front fork, a closed cartridge unit with four separate chambers and the multi-adjustable WP rear mono-shock with linkage system.