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2010 Husaberg Video

Pretty cool video, check it out

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The first guy is swedish but the last 3 are krauts.
Is Husaberg no longer a swedish company, or is sweden not producing any decent engineers anymore?

PS that supermoto is brutal. Makes a DR-Z look like a TW200
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looks like a fun bike


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The first guy is swedish but the last 3 are krauts.
Is Husaberg no longer a swedish company, or is sweden not producing any decent engineers anymore?

PS that supermoto is brutal. Makes a DR-Z look like a TW200
Husaberg is owned by KTM now from what I hear.

Oh and I totally agree, the Husa SM's are ridiculous power to weight wise. I just wish they weren't so expensive. I'd love to get my hands on one of those new 570's .
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That's exactly how I ride the V.

"When It Rains, Get Wet"
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That's exactly how I ride the V.
So you normally bounce the rear tire off the ground on entry into turns? I'm guessing you don't get a lot of mileage out of the tires or soles of your boots either?
You sir, are CRAZY.

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So you normally bounce the rear tire off the ground on entry into turns? I'm guessing you don't get a lot of mileage out of the tires or soles of your boots either?
You sir, are CRAZY.
I actually wheelie in and then do a stoppie right before the turn. All this with yes, fairly bald tires (belts showing) and shower shoes. What's so crazy about that?

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