Photos: Mitterbauer H., Mathis P., Schedl R.
Originally introduced on the Husaberg FE 450, the 70° cylinder optimizes mass centralization, moves the crankshaft’s gyroscopic forces as close as possible to the center-of-gravity and lays the cylinder nearly flat, reducing the propensity for a motorcycle to upright itself under power. Now, the Husaberg FS 570 Supermoto is bringing this technology to the road.
Based on the Husaberg FE 570, the FS adds 17″ wheels, sticky tubeless
tires, a four-piston radial front brake caliper, a stubbier front
fender and bespoke graphics. That might not sound like much, but
staying as close as possible to the enduro version guarantees good
Check out our Husaberg 70° cylinder details article for more information on the engine.