2009 Husqvarna Wr300 on 2040-motos
Husqvarna WR300 description
Ready to ride.
The bike runs great. Usually starts on one or two kicks. Once it is warm, it will start on one kick.
Fork seals were replaced January 2016.
Comes with some extra plastics, headlight, new front and rear brake pads, new wheel bearings and new swing arm bearings/rebuild kit if you need it.
It also comes with a Rekluse auto clutch. I bought the bike with the auto clutch installed and decided to take it out because I thought it was cheating. :-)
If you have any questions, just let me know.
Husqvarna WR300 for Sale
Moto blogWed, 08 Feb 2012 00:00:00 -0800
Husqvarna‘s worldwide shipment totals were down 23% in 2011 but the numbers don’t tell the whole story for the BMW-owned brand, especially when it comes to the North American market. According to BMW’s 2011 fiscal year report, Husqvarna delivered 9,286 units in 2011, compared to 12,066 units in 2010. What those figures do not explain is BMW intentionally reduced supply to dealerships to help clear excess inventory.Wed, 06 Aug 2014 00:00:00 -0700
The 2014 edition of the LA Calendar Motorcycle Show continued its now 23-year tradition as the premier outdoor streetbike event in America with producer photographer Jim Gianatsis moving the show this year to the beautiful green lawns of the Malibu Golf Course among the twisty canyon roads in the Santa Monica Mountains alongside the Pacific Ocean. Highlighting this year’s exciting activities was the emergence of another new and soon to be renown custom bike builder to the sport for which the Calendar Show is known for cultivating. Taking Best of Show in this year’s Calendar Bike Building Championship was Calin Senciac’s Imagine Vehicles International / ImagineVehicles.com motorsports fabrication shop with an incredible custom billet aluminum designed chassis built by Terry Ward and the shop crew, housing a legendary 1979 Honda CBX 1047cc air-cooled in-line 6-cylinder engine.Wed, 14 Sep 2011 00:00:00 -0700
BMW unveiled its concept for an electric-powered entry-level motorcycle, the Husqvarna E-go, a motard-style urban commuter that appears to be BMW’s answer to Zero’s offerings. Despite the rather self-centered sounding name, the E-go is a humble-looking vehicle with some intriguing innovations. At first glance, the Husqvarna E-Go looks a lot like a bicycle – until you notice there are no pedals.
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