Isn't it funny how a few years back when Timbersled had pretty much all husabergs everyone bought husaberg 501s now theres not one person in here that is riding a husaberg. People seem to look at the manufactures to see what bikes they run but when it comes down to it they are all good bikes now a days its just what you prefer.
Was not aware they had merged together, I was under the impression they were separate companies still. My bad.
Yeah I knew Husky was owned by KTM, apparently they want to make it more of its own brand and it will be nicer/more options and such.Both owned by KTM and Berg is no longer from what i understand. I'm on a 15' 500EXE this year.
Anyone know of some good weather proof switches to replace the oem gear ?
KTM owns Husky and Berg. in 14 you could buy all three, and they are all similar. in 15 they turned Bergs into Husky's and got rid of the berg name. Sad, but true. the main positive was the mediocre husky's of the 2000s (owned by BMW) were no longer.Yeah I knew Husky was owned by KTM, apparently they want to make it more of its own brand and it will be nicer/more options and such.