Born in the late 1980s in rural Sweden, Husaberg has always focused on enduro competition. The tenacity paid off when the company began winning championships after just one year of production – and is still winning 25 years later. While Husaberg motorcycle production moved to KTM’s advanced facility in Austria in 1995, the engineering remains distinctly Swedish. Two-strokes joined the traditional four-stroke lineup four years ago, and today a pair of ‘stroker Husabergs (TE 250 and TE 300) compliment a quartet of thumpers (FE 250, FE 350, FE 450 and FE 501). The range-topping 2014 FE 501 four-stroke features an audacious 501cc Single engine with electric starting, a hydraulic clutch, chrome-moly steel chassis and WP suspension. Weighing a modest 226-lbs. dry, the TE 300 has a race-bred 293cc two-stroke motor that yields a superb power-to-weight ratio.