Supermoto

2000 – 2009: THE GOLDEN AGE OF SUPERMOTO

The hybrid sport of Supermoto combines the varied skills required for required for street racing, dirt track and motocross - into one action packed sport

The new discipline experienced huge growth in the late 1990’s, with the official world championship’s first running in 2002

The Eddy Seel’s 2003 title marked the start of a golden era in Supermoto for Husqvarna Motorcycles

Seel along with Husqvarna team mates Gerald Delepine and Adrien Chareyre, would jointly secure six world titles between 2003 and 2009, as Husqvarna Motorcycles dominated the exciting new sport

A NEW BREED OF HEROES

The Supermoto World Championship was put on hold for a few years following the global financial crisis, but made a bold return in 2015. A new breed of young heroes stepped up to fight for victory aboard the latest Husqvarnas

Husqvarna’s new generation supermoto models are the essence of supermoto. The embodiment of simple Swedish design; clean lines, pure functionality and premium components from top to bottom

Young Austrian supermoto prodigy Lukas Höllbacher piloted the brand new Husqvarna FS 450 to its maiden Supermoto World Championship race win in 2015, before young Czech Pavel Kejmar piloted the new bike to its first overall Grand Prix victory. Höllbacher then closed out the season with a decisive double-moto win at the final round for 3rd in the standings