News 23 Feb 2022

Husky Trek expands for 2022 to include new Norden 901

Highly-anticipated annual event now spanning five days.

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Husqvarna Motorcycles has announced an expanded Husky Trek for 2022, the new Norden 901 to make an exciting addition to the event through the ‘Queensland Country’ between 14-19 August.

True to a pioneering spirit, the five-day motorcycle adventure ride has progressed from a single model ‘701 Enduro Trek’ and will span for an extra day over previous years.

The journey starts and finishes at the Bunya Mountains, with the route heading north spending two nights at Gayndah and offering riders a special loop on day three that will traverse through a private 1500-acre property.

A route through Gympie back to the Bunya Mountains will finish the five days of adventure, taking in a variety of terrain for Husqvarna riders to truly enjoy the dynamic capabilities of their motorcycles.

Open to riders on Husky 701 Enduro, 701 Enduro LR or Norden 901 motorcycles, the Husky Trek is tailored to suit a wide-range of rider abilities. The main route achievable for first-time adventurers with a little bit of off-road experience, while optional hard routes will entertain riders that like to continually challenge themselves.

The Husky Trek is designed to offer a great experience to Husqvarna adventure riders with lead riders, sweep riders, GPS routes, luggage support, technical support, medical support, a back-up vehicle, dinner included every night, as well as a photographer and videographer along to capture the memories.

The price for the 2022 Husky Trek is $1795 per rider, accommodation not included. Registrations open on 9 March at 12.00pm AEDT (with dealers receiving priority registration information).

To register, touch base with a local Husqvarna dealership and provide details to be added to the Husky Trek database, which will ensure dealer priority registration information is provided. Full event information can be found at