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The 1-st Husqvarna motorcycle was created in 1903.
At that time, it was a bicycle with a motor. From that very moment and over the next years, Husqvarna has tirelessly improved its product, based on the knowledge and experience gained over such a long time.
1977 - off-road motorcycles become a serious business.
Husqvarna's succession of successes and victories does not go unnoticed, and in 1977 one of the largest Swedish corporations Electrolux buys Husqvarna.
1987 Husqvarna acquires Italian concern Cagiva and motorcycle production moves to Varese, Italy.
1988 - while the main part of the team moves to Italy, part of the team remains in Sweden and begins production of their own Husaberg motorcycles.
2007 - as part of the expansion of its off-road program, the German concern BMW buys the legendary Husqvarna.
2013 - historic reunion. Pierer Industries AG (owner of Husaberg) buys Husqvarna for the subsequent reunification of Husqvarna and Husaberg.
In 2014, Husqvarna returns in the form of that legend of the 60s and 70s.
Completely updated enduro and cross motorcycles, excellent technical equipment and a rich history - all this is the guarantee of the return of the legend to the world sports arena.
2014 - This year marks the first full financial year of the new generation of Husqvarna motorcycles.
The return to the classic white-blue-yellow design was enthusiastically received by motorsport enthusiasts, with record sales and annual turnover.
2015 - Husqvarna has defined its future. The release of the 2016 Husvarna 701 Supermoto marks a return to the roots of single-cylinder road bikes.
In the 1930s, this approach made the revolutionary, powerful and compact 4-stroke Volk Manerstadt famous.