Husqvarna, the BMW-owned Swedish company, took the wraps off its second road-going model about eight months ago. The Husqvarna TR 650 Strada is now finally officially ahead of fall’s motorcycle bike shows.
652cc water-cooled single-cylinder DOHC motor
58hp and 44.25 lbs•ft of torque – there’s also a de-tuned version of the Strada with 48hp for countries with graduated license schemes
375 lbs dry (414 lbs wet) – the Strada has a strong power-to-weight ratio for its class, and is the on-road variant in Husqvarna’s dual-pronged single-cylinder motorcycle attack plan
Based off the BMW G650GS
Modified EFI system
Altered camshaft, larger valves, and increased compression ratio
Built with a tubular-steel frame
46mm USD forks from Sachs
Sachs shock with adjustable pre-load and rebound – BMW’s press release mentions conflicting info on the rear shock’s adjustment)
Comes standard with a disengageable anti-locking brakes system (ABS) for its 300mm single-disc Brembo setup
No price has been released yet.