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 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.
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