The 701 Supermoto is a high-performance motorcycle by Husqvarna Motorcycles, a Swedish manufacturer with a long history in motorcycle production. The 701 Supermoto is the company’s highest-performance street-focused bike in the 2023 Husqvarna lineup.
The 701 Supermoto is powered by a single-cylinder, liquid-cooled, four-stroke engine with a displacement of 692.7cc. This engine is known for its smooth power delivery and strong performance, producing around 74 horsepower and 53 lb-ft of torque.
Equipped with high-quality suspension, it boasts a fully adjustable WP Apex front fork and rear shock, allowing riders to fine-tune the settings according to their riding needs. The braking system consists of Brembo calipers and discs, with the latest Bosch cornering sensitive ABS. The bike offers different riding modes, including a standard mode, a sport mode, and a more relaxed mode for everyday commuting, plus switchable traction control.
The Husqvarna 701 Supermoto is a niche bike that takes agility and performance to unique heights. Good luck wiping the smile from your face after some seat time on this beast.
The 2023 Husqvarna 701 Supermoto starts at $12,999 USD / $13999 CAD
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The lightweight trellis frame is made of high-grade chromium-molybdenum steel and developed to ensure precise handling and instil complete confidence. Detailed feedback is transmitted to the rider thanks to precisely calculated torsional rigidity and longitudinal flex.
Polyamide rear subframe and tank
The self-supporting rear subframe with integrated 3.4 gal (13 liter) fuel tank is perfectly positioned for the best possible weight distribution. Produced in a thermoplastic rotational moulding process, the single-piece construction weighs only 11.4 lbs (5.2 kg) and is made of high-strength polyamide.
The WP APEX split fork has 215 mm wheel travel, and features improved damping and an easier setup than traditional forks thanks to the separate damping circuits in the fork legs. The left leg is dedicated to compression damping, while the right fork leg is for rebound damping.
The fully adjustable WP APEX rear shock absorber features rebound damping adjustment as well as a high and low compression damping adjustment. The 240 mm rear wheel travel guarantees perfect control in every condition, be it on tight and twisty mountain roads or in crowded city centers.
Black anodized Giant tubeless spoked wheels are lightweight and strong. The 17″ wheels are shod with Continental ContiAttack Supermoto 120/70 and 160/60 tires front and rear respectively for extraordinarily light handling and exceptional control at all lean angles.
The APTC (Adler Power Torque Clutch) from Adler allows for greater speeds going into and coming out of corners by maximising rear wheel grip under hard acceleration as well as preventing rear wheel instability and hopping when braking hard into the apex of a turn. The rider thus enjoys maximum control and perfect down-shifting.
The lean-angle sensitive traction control system monitors rear wheel speed and reacts immediately (within milliseconds) if the rotational speed of the rear wheel is disproportionate to the riding situation. The system works by reducing the engine output with a smooth and barely perceivable intervention at the throttle valve, until the system has reduced slippage to an optimum level for the selected ride mode and current lean angle. For riders looking for the full control of their motorcycle, the traction control can also be switched off.
Exceptional stopping power with improved brake feel and controllability are available at the rider’s request thanks to the radially mounted 4 piston Brembo caliper and Ø 320 mm floating disc at the front, and the single piston caliper, Ø 240 mm floating disc at the rear. The latest cornering sensitive ABS technology from Bosch guarantees maximum braking confidence.
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