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Riders Share Husqvarna Motorcycle Rentals

Rider’s Share is the world’s largest network of Husqvarna motorcycle rentals in the United States. From motorcycle rentals in Los Angeles to Las Vegas, no matter what city you’re in, Riders Share has the perfect Husqvarna motorcycle to rent. 

 Whether you’re after the adventurous Norden 901 or the svelte Svartpilen 701, Riders Share offers the largest selection of Husqvarna motorcycle rentals. 

Riders Share is the best place to rent Husqvarna motorcycles for a low price. We offer 24/7 protection on all bikes, making the rental process quick and painless. If you’re interested in renting a Husqvarna motorcycle, find out what all the buzz is about.

Husqvarna Motorcycles: A Brief History

Founded in 1689, Husqarna is quite possibly the oldest motorcycle company today. Except, Huskvarna, as it was known back then, didn’t make motorcycles. It made muskets and weapons on command from the Swedish king. The motorcycle business didn’t start until 1903 with Husqvarna’s motorized bicycles. 

The 1920s and 1930s saw Husqvarna gain prominence from its street motorcycles, both two-stroke and four-stroke, and by 1963 Husqvarna had won five FIM World Championships across the 250cc and 500cc categories. 

It was around this time that Husqvarna also gained a foothold in motocross. For the next two decades, some of the sport's best riders would spend time onboard a Husqvarna motorcycle. In 2007, Husqvarna Motorcycles was briefly acquired by the BMW Group before joining PIERER Mobility AG in 2013, where it remains today.

Most Popular Husqvarna Motorcycles

Viking 360

Granted, we can’t promise you’ll be able to rent a Viking 360, but if ever there was a popular Husqvarna motorcycle, this is it. Why? Because in the era when Husqvarna and motocross were finding their roots, none other than Steve McQueen owned a Viking 360, instantly elevating both the brand and the sport. 

It helped, too, that the Viking 360 was relatively advanced for its day. Featuring some of the finest suspension of the time, it allowed the 250cc two-stroke to power the 200-pound motorcycle through the dirt rapidly. Not to mention, it just looks good, too. 

Nuda 900R

The Nuda 900R might be one of the most underappreciated hooligan bikes out there. Produced during BMW’s short ownership of Husqvarna, it’s powered by the same 800cc parallel-twin engine found in the F800 line of the time. But that’s where the similarities end. 

The Nuda was made for antics, and the engine really comes alive in this chassis. Then there are the looks; sharp and angular, there’s no mistaking the Nuda for anything else. So why is it underappreciated? Because it was only made for two short years—2011 and 2012. 

FE 501S

For those who take dual-sport riding seriously, the FE 501S has built a name for itself as one of the best in the business. Catered towards 90/10 dirt to street riding, the FE is a thinly disguised motocross bike with the bare minimum needed to ride on the roads legally. 

Its 510cc single-cylinder engine doesn’t lack power, and its carbon composite subframe is genius in its ability to serve double duty as a subframe and seat support, all while being extremely lightweight. Competent WP suspension gives you ample suspension travel for tackling any obstacles the trail might throw your way.

Vitpilen 701

Moving back towards Husqvarna’s roots in making street motorcycles, the Vitpilen 701 will catch your eye. Its sharp styling and minimalist design is the perfect execution of form and function. Powered by the 690cc single-cylinder found in the KTM 690 Duke, it has plenty of power and torque. In fact, the Vitpilen 701 also shares the same basic frame and chassis components as its KTM cousin, so its sporty nature is without a doubt. It just looks better.

Norden 901

The Norden 901 is still a relatively new model from Husqvarna, but expect it to become more prevalent on Riders Share shortly. Based on the KTM 890 Adventure that it shares its frame and engine with, the Norden 901 is for adventure riders who want a little more comfort than, say the FE 501S. 

Powered by an 890cc parallel-twin and outfitted with supple WP suspension, capable brakes, and ready for off-road adventure with on-road comfort, the Norden 901 is the closest thing to Husqvarna’s do-it-all motorcycle.

Reasons to Rent a Husqvarna Motorcycle

Style

Today, Husqvarna is known for its striking – some might even say polarizing – designs. Just look at the Svartpilen or Vitpilen line of motorcycles as perfect examples. Minimalist yet striking, whether you like the design decisions or not, the appearance of Husqvarna motorcycles will start a conversation. Despite some of these styling choices, Husqvarna hasn’t sacrificed useability and practicality in the process.

Power

Piggybacking off of KTM’s excellent family of engines gives Husqvarna a distinct edge. Whether it's the 690cc Thumper or 890cc parallel-twin powering much of Husqvarna’s street line or the 250cc, 450cc, 501cc, or even 690cc singles in Husqvarna’s off-road motorcycles, nobody can say Husqvarnas lack power. And this doesn’t even account for the two strokes!

Abilities

Husqvarna made its name winning races, both on-road and in the dirt. Companies need to offer motorcycles that can out-power or out-handle the competition to build their reputation as a race winners. Rest assured, when you rent a Husqvarna motorcycle, you’ll be riding something with the ability to put a smile on your face, no matter your skill level. 

Tech

Employing such technology as ABS, traction control, and programmable rider modes – including the off-road centric version of all of the above, Husqvarna motorcycles have the tech today’s riders expect. 

Requirements for Renting a Motorcycle on Riders Share

  • Aged 21+ (must have three years of experience if under 25)
  • Motorcycle license if renting a motorcycle
  • Helmets for motorcycle rentals

Earn Money From Your Husqvarna Motorcycle 

Do you own a Husqvarna motorcycle and want to earn extra cash? Riders Share helps motorcycle owners like you monetize their bikes to earn extra income. 

Renters earn, on average, $150 per booking and can reach thousands monthly by renting out one or more of their bikes to hungry riders ready to experience what a Husqvarna motorcycle offers for motorcycle touring.

All bikes are thoroughly vetted and approved in as little as 12 hours. Riders can list their bikes for whatever they want and communicate directly with renters before approval. 

Just list your bike, honor your booking requests, and start earning money. It’s that easy!