Husqvarna NUDA 900: red version
The Husqvarna Nuda 900 is a naked bike from the motorcycle manufacturer Husqvarna Motorcycles, which was built in Varese, Italy, from 2012 to 2013.
The motorcycle was created in close cooperation with BMW-Motorrad, since 2007 Husqvarna was taken over by BMW AG. It is powered by a modified in-line two-cylinder engine from the BMW F 800 series, which was installed in a likewise modified steel tubular space frame of the BMW F 800 GS.
From 2013, the Nuda 900 was also available with ABS from Bosch. The production was stopped in 2013 after the sale of Husqvarna to KTM and the remainder of the production was sold off. The reason was the too close technical relationship with the BMW F-800 series.
Two variants were offered: Nuda 900 and Nuda 900 R. The second had a higher quality brake on the front wheel, fully adjustable suspension, a different seat, carbon applications on the rear silencer and red instead of black side panels. In addition, the 900 R has a shorter gear ratio, which means better acceleration/responsiveness, but reduces the top speed by around 8 km/h. (217 km/h instead of 225 km/h).