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Husky 900 Naked - June 15, 2011, 09:24 AM

Since y'all have been so excited about the new Husky street bike (huh? - yeah the new 900 cc engine based on the BMW F800 twin), here's the .net recap suited to your attention span

the rumor:


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the test mule looks interesting...the first picture is horrible, some sort of stretched/lowered supermoto. I like riding the birdmans 610 when he had it, hopefully it's similar to that with more power and a more comfy seat


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June 15, 2011, 09:37 AM

torque and power are considerably up on the F800 derived engine

that first pic was some design exercise but indicated Husky had designs on going street.


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Looks like they set out to do a cruiser-like thing and ended up with a 'tard. I kinda hope they end up closer to the former rather than the latter because a big motard is just another big motard. And the competition is KTM, Ducati, and Aprilia. With that cruiser thing... well... it appears to be small and lightweight'ish. It's definitely unique and pushes the envelope. I suppose it would compete with the Diavel to some extent.
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It will be a tardish naked - think Shiver-ish Benelli Tornado

that first pic just showed they were looking at street legal bikes - it wont look close to that


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Even better - Augusta is planning a tard based on the F3


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... here's the .net recap suited to your attention span

Eh? Sorry, could you repeat the question?


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It will be a tardish naked - think Shiver-ish Benelli Tornado

that first pic just showed they were looking at street legal bikes - it wont look close to that
It looks compact - with a 900cc twin it'll be a terror. And, who knows, maybe they'll offer that lowrider version some day...
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I read in an article that BMW really wanted to grow the Husky brand. Good for consumers all around


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Hey look, it's an Italian talking about a new Swedish bike owned by Germans...



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Man that was a bunch of filler material with a few shots of a dude drawing with a pencil... Marketing is such a useless field.


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price tag? anyone know?


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looks like a pretty relaxed rake, no? especially against the rendering.


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