Are there any recommended publications I can use to educate myself on the trail / sm scene? Not that you all don't mind answering every little question I may have. :laughing
I have 10 in stock right now. They don't vibrate at all.How long can you ride a bike like this without losing feeling in your hands? Not that I'd want to tour, but perhaps trailer the thing to Mt. St. Helens for the fun bits.
Bill, do you import the Husky's?
Shit that would rule . This year We'll have the 610 and a 450 for demo's both have the rim sets. Should be fun.There is a crew of supermoto riders on sm junkies that trailer up to St Helens and ride the roads for the weekend then switch their SM's over to dirt to ride the single tracks....sounds like too much fun to me!
Wait till ya ride one :rockon I`ve had a real jones for a dirt dike lately, and after spending this summer on my Sm when I do finally get a dirt bike it`ll be a used Husky for sure. I was down there today and was gonna stop in to take a look at the new stuff but I got tied up with crap at the Airport. I drove right by though!!Was at Bills and saw the Husky's .... A very nice bike.....And Rachel's was really impressive...the 250 with amazing suspension Olins/Marazoochi, aluminum sub frame, aluminum swing arm, Michelin tires, quality levers and controls...gotta say of all the bikes I ever seen sold they look like the best dual sport to buy....
When I was racing the factory bikes and our bikes were always upgraded with the olins components...just look at most pro road racers and the suspension they use!!! and this bike come stock with it!!!!
If you compare them to any Japanese made...the yamies, hondas ect..they always cheap out somewhere...like use steel rims or old suspension, steel bars, cheap levers ect...thats why theres so much after market stuff for them....where as the Husky looks like it is ready to go right off the showroom floor....
For sure the BEST!!! dual sport/motard bikes I have seen
I guess I'll be getting 1 or 2 in the future.....