400 Cross 1971
401 Svartpilen Concept 2015
401 Vitpilen Concept 2015
401 Vitpilen Aero Concept 2016
401 Vitpilen 2017
401 Svartpilen 2017
420AF Automatic 1981
Baja Concept 2013
E-go Concept  
Mille 3 Concept 2011
MOAB Concept 2012
   

Nuda 900

2012

Nuda 900R

2012
FE 250 2014-15
FE 250 2016-17
FE 350 2014-15
FE 350 2016-17
FE 350S 2015
FE 450 2016-17
FE 501 2014-15
FE 501 2016-17
FE 501S 2015
FR 450 Dakar Team Rockstar Energy 2016
FS 450 2017
SM 125S 2000-03
SM 125S 2004-07
SM 125 2008-09
SM 125 2010-11
SM 400R 2002-03
SM 450R 2004-05
SM 450R 2006-07
SM 450R 2008-09
SM 450R 2010
SM 450RR Special Edition 2009
SM 510R 2005-06
SM 510R 2007-08
SM 510ie 2009-10
SM 570R 2001-04
SM 610S 2000-04
SM 610 2005-07
SM 610ie 2008-09
SM 630 2010
SM 701 Concept 2014
SM 701 Supermoto 2015-16
SM 701 Supermoto 2017

SMQ 450 Concept

2009
SMR 125 2011
SMR 449 2011-12
SMR 511 2011-12
SMR 630 2011-12
SMR 634 Eddy Seel Replica 2006
SMS 125 2011-12
STR 650 CTC Supermotard 2007
TE 125 2011-12
TE 125 2015-16
TE 150 2017
TE 250 4 Stroke 2002-03
TE 250 4 Stroke 2004-05
TE 250 4 Stroke 2006-07
TE 250 4 Stroke 2008-09
TE 250 4 Stroke 2010-11
TE 250 4 Stroke 2012
TE 250 Meo Replica 2012
TE 250 2 Stroke 2014-15
TE 250 2 Stroke 2016-17
TE 300 2014-15
TE 300 2015-17
TE 310 2009-11
TE 310 2012
TE 350  1990-92
TE 400 2001-02
TE 410 1996-99
TE 410e 2000
TE 450 2002-03
TE 450 2004-05
TE 450 2006-07
TE 450ie 2008-10
TE 449 2011-12
TE 449RR Dakar 2012
TE 510LC 1998-
TE 510 2004-05
TE 510 Centennial Special Edition 2005
TE 510 2006-07
TE 510ie 2008-09
TE 511 2010-12
TE 570e 2001-04
TE 610 1990 -
TE 610  1993-
TE 610e 1997-99
TE 610e 2000-02
TE 610e 2003-04
TE 610 2005-06
TE 610ie 2007-08
TE 610ie 2009
TE 630 2010-12
TE 701 Enduro 2016
TE 701 Enduro 2017
TR Strada Concept 2012
TR 650 Strada 2013-17
TR 650 Terra 2013-14
Vitpilen 701 Concept 2015
WR 125 1988-90
WR 125 1991-94
WR 125 1995-97
WR 125 1998-01
WR 125 2002-04
WR 125 2005-07
WR 125 2008-09
WR 125 2010-12
WR 250 1980-
WR 250 1984-86
WR 250 1987-90
WR 250 1991-94
WR 250 1995-97
WR 250 1998-00
WR 250 2001-03
WR 250 2004-06
WR 250 2007-08
WR 250 2009-10
WR 250 2011-12
WR  300 2009-10
WR  300 2011-12
WR 360 1988-01
WR 400 1985-90
WR 430 1981-
WRE 125 1994-00
WRE 125 2001-03
WRE 125 2004-06
WRE 125 2007-09
WRK 125 1988
WRK 250 1987-90
WXC 250 1993

Husqvarna was founded nearly 300 years ago as a weapons factory for the Swedish army. It grew and diversified, and in 1903 it produced its first motorcycle—making it the oldest continually produced motorcycle brand in history. Husqvarna’s motorcycle line continued to grow, and by the 1930s they began competing in—and winning—international races. By the 1970s, Husqvarna literally dominated the off-road race scene, and continued to do so through the early eighties. However, broad changes in the company’s focus and product offerings, combined with strong foreign competition, pushed Husqvarna Motorcycles to the edge of going out of business. Recognizing the inherent value of the name and the off-road market, in 1986, a small Italian motorcycle company named Cagiva, purchased the Swedish company and began rebuilding this historic brand.

In 1996, after the Cagiva Group sold one of its premier brands, Ducati, to a group of American investors. Husqvarna was left without a U.S. distributor for its products. Recognizing the potentially tremendous demand for Cagiva and Husqvarna motorcycles in the United States market, the owners of Cagiva, brothers Claudio and Gianfranco Castiglioni, sought to establish a viable U.S. distributorship for Cagiva, Husqvarna, and the reintroduced MV Agusta marque. They approached longtime friend Eraldo Ferracci to investigate the possibility of establishing a new U.S. distributor.

During this time, Eraldo Ferracci, founder of Fast By Ferracci Racing Products, was head of the Fast By Ferracci Race Team which won two World Superbike and two AMA Superbike championships. En route to the these titles, FBF’s race team defeated huge factory racing teams despite the seemingly overwhelming odds facing a small motorcycle shop from suburban Philadelphia. Fast By Ferracci Racing Products grew from a small machine shop in a garage behind the Ferracci’s house to a multi-million-dollar international corporation dedicated to designing, manufacturing, and selling top-quality aftermarket performance products.

Based on the success of Fast By Ferracci, the Castiglioni brothers recognized that the Ferracci organization had the drive necessary to reestablish the Cagiva, Husqvarna, and MV Agusta brands in the United States, and established a joint venture between Cagiva and the Ferracci organization in 1997. This new company, Cagiva USA, was granted exclusive rights to import and distribute Cagiva, Husqvarna, and MV Agusta products in the United States and Canada.

In 2009 BMW acquired Husqvarna Motorcycles, Dr. Herbert Diess, General Director of BMW Motorrad, and Claudio Castiglioni of MV Agusta signed a contract on July 19th to initiate the sale.

Diess says that, "With the Husqvarna models targeted at the sporty competition, we will be able to extend the BMW Motorrad range to include younger groups of customers as well as the entire off-road and supermoto sector much more quickly and effectively than with our core brand alone."

While BMW has dabbled in the off-road market with its rapidly expanding line of enduro bikes, the acquisition of Husky should enable near-instant leverage in this growing segment. BMW says they plan to operate Husqvarna as a separate enterprise, and that operations will remain at their current location in Northern Italy.