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Used Husaberg Motorcycles for sale in the United States

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1999 Husaberg FX600

1999 Husaberg FX600

$ 1200
United States

1999 Husaberg FX600 off-road bike. Hard to find bike - very rare collector bike. Very low hours. Runs great. Has electric start. Needs battery.

  • Year: 1999
  • Mileage: 1000
2010 Husaberg FE 450

2010 Husaberg FE 450

$ 200
United States

2010 Husaberg FE 450. Exceptional condition. 1285 original miles, 60.7 original hours. Fuel injection, electric start. This bike has been maintained and cared for since day one and it shows. I’ve put a lot of time and money into this beast to make it perfect, but unfortunately, it’s time for me

  • Year: 2010
  • Mileage: 1285
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In 1988 the Italian company MV Agusta becomes the owner of the Swedish company Husqvarna. As a result, Swedish engineers remain unemployed. But Tomass Gustevsson finds a solution to this situation by combining the remaining employees, he rebuilds the company and resumes the production of off-road motorcycles. Soon, sponsors were found to design and manufacture the latest motorcycles under the Husaberg brand. The financial assistance provided was very modest, but that did not stop him from gaining recognition and winning many victories and 17 titles in the motocross and enduro championships. In 1995, the company faces bankruptcy, which becomes the reason for a change in management. The Austrian company KTM becomes the owner of Husaberg. Since 2003, the motorcycle manufacturer has moved to Austria. Five years later, Husaberg is revolutionizing motorcycle history with a 70 degree four-stroke engine. This bike wins the World Enduro Championship with the new FE 450. In 2012, KTM completely changed the range of motorcycles, applying the latest technologies and developments.