Husqvarna: The 2023 Heritage Lineup

Swedish Motocross and Enduro Models Go Retro

Husqvarna's all-new Heritage Range for 2-stroke and 4-strokes. Media sourced from Husqvarna Motorcycles.
Husqvarna's all-new Heritage Range for 2-stroke and 4-strokes. Media sourced from Husqvarna Motorcycles.

Husqvarna is celebrating their Swedish förfäder with heritage-inspired models for their Enduro and Motocross ranges – and naturally, the brand has given us yet another handful of competition-focused hooners for “racing at the highest level” (via Husqvarna’s press release).

The bikes in question are 2023 models, and both 2-stroke and four-stroke models celebrate 15 FIM Motocross World Championship titles for Husqvarna (won since 1960). 

Husqvarna's all-new Heritage Range for 2-stroke and 4-strokes. Media sourced from Husqvarna Motorcycles.
Husqvarna’s all-new Heritage Range for 2-stroke and 4-strokes. Media sourced from Husqvarna Motorcycles.

Black anodised EXCEL rims show off triple clamps made with Husqvarna Factory Racing, alongside a sweet wheelset, exhaust systems, sprockets, and other protective parts improving each bike’s engine performance, handling, and durability.

Husqvarna's all-new Heritage Range for 2-stroke and 4-strokes. Media sourced from Husqvarna Motorcycles.
Husqvarna’s all-new Heritage Range for 2-stroke and 4-strokes. Media sourced from Husqvarna Motorcycles.

The range is also complemented by new bodywork and ergonomics, as well as a topology-optimised, die-cast aluminium swingarm rendering a lower weight and ideal stiffness for the competition. 

To top it all off, Husqvarna has added the “premium Moto-10 Spherical Railed Helmet and Origin Shirt” to their Apparel Collection giving us an aesthetic homage to the triumphs of the past, with a technical taste of the future – and every bit of it perfectly seasoned for 2023. 

Husqvarna's all-new Heritage Range for 2-stroke and 4-strokes. Media sourced from Husqvarna Motorcycles.
Husqvarna’s all-new Heritage Range for 2-stroke and 4-strokes. Media sourced from Husqvarna Motorcycles.

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Comment down below, and as always – stay safe on the twisties. 

*Media sourced from Husqvarna Motorcycles*