Husqvarna 401 White Arrow Cafe Racer

Sep 23, 2015

Category: Rides

Husqvarna has unveiled a new cafe racer that they’ve dubbed the 401 White Arrow, a bike inspired by the rebellious spirit of the 60s and 70s. But, even though it’s inspired by past decades, there’s no denying that this bike is of the modern era.

It’s co-designed with Austrian firm Kiksa, who allowed the bike to have some of the typical designs of a cafe racer like low handlebars, a long fuel tank, and rear set footpegs. The bike has an impressively-looking glowing ring headlamp that helps to give it a modern look, as well as neon yellow highlights scattered all over the motorcycle’s body. It has a 400cc, 45HP engine and weighs roughly 300 pounds. This cafe racer sports a simple design, as it’s easy on the eye with not a long going on.

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