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Liam Marsden  says:

Husqvarna TR650 Strada and Terra revealed

The Husqvarna TR650 Strada and TR650 Terra are two new models from Husqvarna which are expected in UK dealers around September/October. They're essentially the same bike, with the Strada the more road-focussed of the two and the Terra more able to tackle off-road riding. They're powered by the 652cc single-sylinder engine from the BMW G650GS, although power has been incresed from 47bhp to...

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BBQdog

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BBQdog says:

Elephant

170kg dry, way too much for a single cilinder.  Give me the new KTM Duke.

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davdamos

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davdamos says:

i like the terra, it'd be good if you could buy road wheels to go with it too, best of both in one machine

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X2Glider

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X2Glider says:

BMW Lost and Found?

Is this what has become of the BMW G650X?

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snev

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snev says:

170kg's Dry ????

If that is true then "I'M OUT".

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enzo1098

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enzo1098 says:

If this means a TE 650 with 60HP and a weight of 140KG then I'll finally sell the 03 LC4, otherwise just another heavy pig for the Latte sippers

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spondonste says:

Porky plodder again from a former performance biased company?

Husqvarna make/ recently made the SM/TE610/630 which produce around 55-60BHP and weighs 145-149kg. If this is just a heavyweight version of the above with slightly less stylish aesthetics then I can't see how BMW/ Husqvarna can ever think its going to sell many.

FOR SUPERMOTO/ OFF ROAD USE EXTRA WEIGHT IS A HINDERANCE. If it's as heavy as people are suggesting (ie 170kg+) then I'll certainly never consider it.

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X2Glider

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X2Glider says:

Enzo

Keep the LC4, power aside, the LC4 is simply a better performing DS and damn durable.

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 Lots of people will complain about the weight on this. True it's not a light as it could be. It uses a steel frame instead of aluminium, which adds weight but also adds strength. 

This is an adventure bike not an enduro.

The only bike you can buy in this category with similar power that's lighter, and has similar service intervals is the KTM 690. 

 

 

 

 

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