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Husqvarna launch first travel motorcycle

Husqvarna launch first travel motorcycle
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Following the extremely successful unveiling of the NORDEN 901 Concept model at EICMA, Husqvarna Motorcycles are pleased to announce that this exciting, new twin-cylinder machine will go into production, a move that underlines Husqvarna Motorcycles’ growing commitment to the street segment.

Breaking cover for the first time during the International Motorcycle show in Italy, the NORDEN 901 received high levels of interest from the hundreds of thousands of attending motorcycle fans as well as the motorcycle media. Now set to become a key addition to Husqvarna Motorcycles’ street line-up, the dynamic and versatile long-distance traveller will offer the modern motorcycle rider a balance of practical accessibility and comfort.

Forming Husqvarna Motorcycles’ vision of an adventure-touring motorcycle, the NORDEN 901 is a dynamic, twin-cylinder motorcycle that features advanced rider ergonomics and high performance based on years of rally experience. Featuring distinct, modern design, it delivers both outstanding street and offroad performance. Class-leading lightness and power delivery is set in a versatile and accessible package, precisely arranged to allow discerning riders uncompromised exploration possibilities. Delivering effortless rideability and high-end modern equipment the NORDEN 901 can be used on daily commutes, extended adventures and everything in between.

TECHNICAL HIGHLIGHTS

=> Slim and light adventure touring motorcycle
• 889.5 cc parallel twin engine specifically tuned for adventure usage
=> Perfect balance between offroad performance and touring ability
• 21” front wheel, 18” rear => Comfortable ergonomics and confidence inspiring handling
=> High quality WP suspension components

Further information related to the NORDEN 901 will be released by Husqvarna Motorcycles as it nears market launch.

Words and pic: Husqvarna

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