Tech Spec EVOLUTION An all-new model powered by an 898cc derivative of the BMW F800R's parallel-twin. RIVALS Aprilia Dorsoduro 1200, BMW F800R, Ducati Hypermotard 1100 EVO, KTM 990 SMR. TECH Price na Engine type DOHC, 8v Displacement 898cc Bore x stroke 84.0 x 81.0mm Compression 13.0:1 Fuel system EFI Clutch Wet, multi-plate Transmission 6-speed Claimed horsepower 105 bhp @ 8500 rpm Claimed torque 74 lb.-ft. @ 7000 rpm Frame Tubular-steel trellis Front suspension Sachs 48mm fork with adjustable spring preload, compression and rebound damping Rear suspension Sachs shock with adjustable spring preload and rebound damping Front brake Brembo four-piston calipers, 320mm discs Rear brake Brembo two-piston caliper, 265mm disc Front tire 120/70ZR-17 Metzeler Interact Sportec M5 Rear tire 180/55ZR-17 Metzeler Interact Sportec M5 Rake/trail 24.5°/4.0 in. Seat height 34.4 in. Wheelbase 58.9 in. Fuel capacity 3.4 gal. Claimed curb weight 430 lbs. Colors Black/white, red/white/black Available na Warranty na Contact Husqvarna Motorcycles North America 371 Corporate Terrace Cir. #102 Corona, CA 92789 951.268.3600 www.husqvarna-motorcyclesna.com Verdict 4.5 out of 5 stars As capable and exciting as anything else on the market, the Nuda is even more enticing because we can't have one! Historically based in Sweden, Husqvarna is now owned by Germany’s BMW, with bikes designed and built in Italy. Regardless of origin, the Nuda is a bitchin’ bike! Historically based in Sweden, Husqvarna is now owned by Germany’s BMW, with bikes designed The Nuda’s 315-degree crankshaft carries a third dummy connecting rod to quell vibrations. Ducati used a similar strategy on its Supermono racer in the ’90s. The Nuda’s 315-degree crankshaft carries a third dummy connecting rod to quell vibrations. The cockpit is as austere as the rest of the Nuda’s styling. An analog tach sits front and center with a gear indicator at the bottom and a digital display to the right. The cockpit is as austere as the rest of the Nuda’s styling. An analog tach sits front and « | 1 | 2 | View Full Article By Alan Cathcart Enjoyed this Post? Subscribe to our RSS Feed, or use your favorite social media to recommend us to friends and colleagues!