Since 1903, Husqvarna has been producing motorcycles in Sweden. However the company started in 1689 making muskets, hence the logo depicting a gun sight viewed from the end of the barrel.
The early 1900’s saw Husqvarna start with bicycles, then on to motorcycles wycles with engines from others, and later an entirely in-house production. In 2013, KTM AG took full ownership, and a factory opened in Austria.
The Husaberg name was retired, and Husqvarna today is diverse, with supermoto, enduro, motocross and a new range of street bikes. Husqvarna like KTM have the privilege of continuing engineering the two-stroke using TPI.