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The first Husqvarna plant was established as a weapons foundry by the decree of the Swedish king far back in 1689. Since its foundation, the company had produced a huge range of various products including kitchen appliances, sewing machines, and bikes. Husqvarna had never stopped breaking new grounds. After years of hard work and research, the company released its first motorcycle in 1903 and started its legendary journey in the motorcycle industry. Today, with more than 100 years of experience in building bikes, 80 years of racing experience, and 82 world titles, Husqvarna Motorcycles keeps holding the leading position on the market. It engineers and manufactures enduro, motocross, street, and supermoto motorcycles, all of which consist of premium quality and extra durable Husqvarna parts and accessories.

In 1933, the company took part in the road race for the first time and celebrated its first victory. In the 1950s, motocross became very popular across Europe. Husqvarna road bikes were lightweight and easy to adapt, so they quickly became a popular choice for that form of off-road motorcycle racing. In 1955, the company unveiled its iconic Silverpilen that was built specially for off-road use. The bike weighed just 75 kg and came with a frame-mounted engine, telescopic fork, and hydraulic dampers. All Husqvarna accessories and parts in that bike were perfectly combined to provide an ideal blend of exceptional performance and race-ready style. The engineers at Husqvarna kept developing and building new offerings that delivered outstanding performance. Husqvarna quickly grew into the leading off-road motorcycle racing brand. In 1977, it became part of the Electrolux corporation.

In ten years, the company was sold to Cagiva, an Italian motorcycle manufacturer. The production of motorcycles was moved to Italy. Although, a group of engineers decided to remain in Sweden and launched Husaberg in 1988. BMW purchased the Husqvarna Motorcycle division in 2007 and sold it to Pierer Industries AG, owned by Stefan Pierer, a CEO of KTM (the current parent company of Husaberg) in 2013. It was decided to reunite two companies that came out of common roots. As a result, 2013 was remembered by motorcycle fans as the year that legendary Husqvarna was reborn. For the 2014 model year, the company introduced its new line of dirt bikes and enduro motorcycles. All models had the well-known yellow, blue, and white color scheme. In the following years, the company expanded its lineup with many models such as the VITPILEN 401, SVARTPILEN 401, VITPILEN 701, etc. The company also offers a wide range of premium quality Husqvarna motorcycle accessories and parts including exhaust, brake, and engine components.

Owning a car gives you comfort, owning a motorcycle gives you freedom. Your bike is your therapy, your passion, and your access to off-the-beaten-path places. In our selection of motorcycle accessories and parts, we have everything you need to keep your Husqvarna running, show some love to your prized possession, and hit the road or trail with confidence. We take the hassle out of your motorcycle maintenance, repair, and tune-up experience.

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