First Test: 2011 Husaberg FE 570 S — Dirt Rider Magazine

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Husaberg FE 570

First Test: 2011 FE 570 S – Dirt Rider Magazine

Hawk is part of the set-up at the GNCCs. Photo by Shan

Getting a street-legal dirt is what almost every trail rider either has or is thinking about doing. of the ongoing and continuing restrictions on you can ride a strict dirt-only it is becoming increasingly necessary to trail sections with roads where a bike to be graced with a license and proper lighting (depending on the For sure, this is more in some areas and in some than others.

And getting a that is pre-built as a street-legal is a way easier method than a closed-course or trail-only machine. like KTM, is doing for you, and it is doing it right, better than KTM, may surprise you.The biggest the Husaberg is so much better from the first push of the is the fact that it is fuel Immediately the Berg fires up and into a smooth idle.

No no sputter or stutter, just and consistent idle, ready to So you don’t even have to about playing with or how to get around the ridiculously lean that a carbureted bike come with to meet emissions standards.

Carbs have a hard being as efficient running compared to FI systems, and this every time you twist the on the Husaberg because it never a beat.Speaking of the beat of the Berg, it through a 565cc electric-start-only inclined four-… single. It a single overhead cam and runs compression, very similar to the atop the KTM 530, just and bigger.

The angle allows for a straight shot at the short tract, especially considering one of the trademarks has been to have the in the position of a typical bike’s tank, up high, in front and right down at the top of the intake when you open the butterfly in the 42mm throttle body. this unique engine does is raise and centralize the of gravity of the bike by placing the spinning stuff more the center of the bike.

It feels when the bike is sitting but feels lighter and more when riding. Take our for it, because unless you get a test you won’t believe how well it last line, the part not believing how well the Husaberg carries on with every you spend on the bike. You just get over the fact that is a 100 percent street-legal ride.

On the street the performance is far superior to any bike and not too rough as to wreck you in than 20 miles on pavement, a lot of pseudo-street-legal bikes do. Sure, it a little through the bar, but not It isn’t fat, doesn’t heavy, runs smoothly, has odds and ends hanging off of it and very little set up to switch and be ready for the toughest of trail

And since we are Dirt Rider, was just what we did with it. We it all through Utah, Nevada and around California on everything fast and long dirty to our tightest and nastiest single-track, and it take much to get it prepped to do first adjustment we made was to the from 14/42 to 13/50.

we detached the funny air-injection hanging aside the cylinder and plugged the hole with the included in the bike’s tool kit hose just comes off it). To keep the license out of the rear wheel in the whoops we up the carrier and bent it up and away from getting grabbed by the tire when bottoming.

Siliconing the carrier to the fender us a little more confidence it hold out for the distance, and ours is hanging strong a month of later.With the gearing change, is plenty low to crawl. Power is an issue. The speed which the likes to crawl in first the clutch fully engaged your deciding factor in what final drive you might like.

Our regeared is very comfortable cruising at 65 mph revving too much and easily up to 85 without hesitation in sixth. the bike turning tractor-like rpm and not here is where the fuel can really be appreciated. If the throttle is at all, the bike will not and it goes right along every bit you turn it in a very and predictable manner.

Nice and if you turn it slow, and like a ape if you screw it on. Our bike never or acted funny in everything freezing temperatures and all the way to 8,000 in elevation. There is hardly a 450cc MX bike that out the sheer amount of power 570 does and no off-road or trailbike does it this smoothly.

Roll this thing on there is traction and it will put stomach a lot closer to your or at least its contents will in that direction.

Barry is part of the set-up crew at the Photo by Shan Moore


Husaberg FE 570

5’10″/165 lb/Vet

It is amazing how much the Husabergs progressed in the last few years. I despising the old 550/650, and when I agreed to race a 24-hour race on one, it threw me off on the lap. I rode scared for the of the day and night. The latest-generation 570 is nothing that old bike, and it is amazing such a big bike can be so fun to ride on tight and technical terrain.

The injection is amazing, and riding it to back with the 2011 KTM 530 just how good the FI works. thing will crawl tight stuff and still has the to push the big bike up even the of sand hills. The ergonomics are and although this is not a lightweight it only feels heavy you’re not moving.

The new triple clamp offset makes the bike feel a lot stable than the ’09 Berg’s, I like. Mojave Bob

I was super when I got the chance to ride the Husaberg FE 570. It was the first time I had an exotic dual-sport, much any type of dual-sport. Normally you find me at the motocross track on a smaller MX bike, so this was an experience. I didn’t know to expect out of the engine. It was very to ride and had great power.

it was revving or on the verge of stalling, the was always able to get up and go. It didn’t a huge dose of power the modern 450s have, but it was to roll on the throttle without to wait for something to happen. One that really amazed me was the ability to track while on the gas.

It didn’t matter the if it was dry and hard-packed or in soft sand this bike found traction there was and laid its power gracefully. The whole was comfortable, and the bike felt stable. I didn’t notice bad or any odd characteristics of the bike, and that me feel just that safer while riding the

Everything from tight to red rock trials-type riding with ease.After I had taken the on a variety of terrains, I was pleased how predictable the suspension was. The bit I didn’t like was how it reacted in whoops, especially at the speeds I’m to going. The front end would them just fine, but the would bounce a bit too much, there was too much spring

It was still predictable and accurate, so I was able to get used to it. On the mellow with minor bumps and there or even rocky the bike never felt It was always smooth and plush, I think is how a dual-sport should

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