Tuesday, October 19, 2010

The New Cagiva Mito125 2010

This change in ownership is why Husqvarna motorcycles and The new 2-stroke bikes had difficulty competing with the Japanese made bikes and Cagiva couldn't produce enough bikes and parts to supply the high demand. Cagiva introduced some new 2-stroke models and did away with the old 2-stoke models which already had numerous championship titles but still kept the same 4-stroke models. Husqvarna absolutely dominated the competition for decades until 1987 when an Italian company named Cagiva purchased the Husqvarna motorcycle division and moved production to Varese, Italy. Husqvarna was winning championships in all of the 125, 250, 350, and 500cc divisions with some years winning multiple championships.

Husqvarna won many world championships back in the 60's and 70's in both motocross and enduro classes. Husqvarna has always been known for producing world-class motocross and enduro bikes with unbelievable sling-shot power bands. The legend of Husqvarna motorcycles started back when Husqvarna rolled out its first production motorcycle in 1903 from their factory located in Huskvarna, Sweden. Will this new change in ownership be enough to bring Husqvarna motorcycles back into the #1 position?

The Husqvarna motorcycle company was sold once again in July of 2010. Since then, Husqvarna has been slowly working its way back into the racing scene but with little success until now. In the mid-1900's, Husqvarna motorcycles were untouchable and dominate in every division until a change in ownership made it difficult to keep up with the high demand for production.  Husqvarna Motorcycles are a world renown company that has been around since the beginning of the 1900's.

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