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2013 Husqvarna Wr 300 Dirt Bike on 2040-motos

US $7,099.00
YearYear:2013 MileageMileage:1
Location:

Ringgold, Georgia, US

Ringgold, GA, US
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Husqvarna WR tech info

TypeType:Dirt Bike Stock NumberStock Number:H000021 PhonePhone:8664763015

Husqvarna WR description

2013 Husqvarna WR 300, Years of research and refinement from Husqvarna⿿s World Enduro Championship factory race team, along with top-level components, have helped convert the aggressive power of a two-stroke motor into effective ground-gripping muscle as showcased by the capable WR 300. Back for the 2013 model year, the WR 300 continues to offer lightweight handling and an unmatched power-to-weight ratio to riders. Linear and fast-revving power pours on smooth while handling remains nimble and accurate on Husky⿿s enduro weapon, which continues to be the open-class competitor of choice for E3 (open-class) contenders.

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2015 Husqvarna Off-Road Lineup Revealed

Fri, 27 Jun 2014

Husqvarna Motorcycles revealed its 2015 dirtbike model lineup with a number of upgrades, most noticeably the use of WP Suspension’s 4 chamber fork across the entire motocross line. Many of the updates are similar to those introduced on the 2015 KTM lineup, which should be no surprise after Husqvarna was acquired by KTM’s Chief Executive Officer Stefan Pierer. The 2015 motocross lineup includes the four-stroke FC250, FC350, FC450 and TC85 and the two-stroke TC125 and TC250.

BMW Sells Husqvarna to Pierer Industrie AG

Thu, 31 Jan 2013

The BMW Group has announced the sale of 110-year old Husqvarna Motorcycles toAustrian-basedPierer Industrie AG. “The BMW Group signed a purchase agreement with Pierer Industrie AG (Austria) for the acquisition of Husqvarna Motorcycles. The acquisition will proceed subject to approval by anti-trust authorities.

Husqvarna E-go Entry-Level Electric Motorcycle Revealed in Frankfurt

Wed, 14 Sep 2011

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.