Born in Sweden – at home in Schweinfurt: with 122 years, Husqvarna Bicycles is one of the oldest bicycle brands worldwide. More than one century ago, in the Swedish city of Huskvarna, a small piece of history of mobility had been written, the wheel proverbially reinvented. And ever since then it has never been at a standstill.


About Husqvarna

Since 2017, Husqvarna Bicycles is one of the brands belonging to PEXCO GmbH, a bicycle manufacturer situated in Schweinfurt in Lower Franconia. The product range covers the whole scope in terms of eMobility. From the City to Trails, every terrain can be conquered on the appropriate Husqvarna eBike.

Husqvarna Bicycles is following a new path, even in terms of design. Each eBike of the collection is shaped in a reduced Nordic way, with a characteristic silhouette and a high recognition value. The observer’s attention is always drawn to the key component of each eBike: the drive unit.

Model Year 2021

Extreme Cross
Made for the extreme and toughest terrain! Whether it is Uphill or Downhill – thanks to strong E-Power and 200mm travel, our Extreme Cross Downhill-machines master obstacles, dirt and drops with ease. Adrenalin kick guaranteed!

Hard Cross
Subjected to the endurance test by Pro-Rider Guido Tschugg our Enduro mountain bikes bring a lot of fun to demanding trails. tours and bike park visits with challenging trails, steep passages and difficult drops – the Hard Cross models are the perfect solution for all bikers seeking the challenge!

Mountain Cross
Our MTB-Allmountain models are all-rounders for the summit storm. Thanks to its sporty geometries, the Mountain Cross is perfect for mountain stages and long tours, but also on flowing downhill passages, the all-round offroader guarantees a lot of fun!

Light Cross
Reliable. Straightforward. Durable. The MTB in its original form – and yet our E-Hardtails have been pimped up using a whole host of technology and expertise, resulting in performance-oriented e-bikes that are at home on (almost) any terrain. For beginners and pros, for trail fans and racing enthusiasts.

Gran Gravel
Hot topic Gravelbike: now as new part of our 2020 Husqvarna Bicycles portfolio! Why? That’s because sometimes, you don’t have to decide. Due to their geometry as well as their equipment, the Gran Gravel models are a perfect fit for commuters and eBikers, who also like to make a turn to unpaved roads.

Cross Tourer
The E-Trekking category includes the Gran Tourer, Cross Tourer and Gran Sport model ranges: The Gran Tourer – made for long distances, for explorers and globetrotters alike. Thanks to carriers, equipment can be transported easily and the desire to travel is unlimited even on long bike trips. The new Cross Tourer models are true hybrids! Full suspension like SUVs, to cut a good figure on forest roads and with the best equipment for everyday use. Mudguards, lighting, carrier – everything the commuter, tourer and off-road heart desires! Also new are our Gran Sport models! Whether long excursion or short adventure – they are the perfect partner for all who are looking for a bike with a sporty look but relaxed seating position.

Eco City & Gran Tourer
The E-Urban/City category comprises the Gran Urban, Gran City and Eco City model ranges: Free ride through the urban jungle: Daily commutes or simply cruising through the city during one’s time off – everything is possible with our Gran Urban models. The low frame eBikes are fully equipped for any city adventure. Our high-end Gran City eBikes come as slim all-rounders that are particularly light and therefore easy to handle in city traffic. Ideal in combination with cargo or child trailers, they make their way past every rush hour and every traffic chaos. And the new Eco City also has everything the urban heart desires – never before has entering the Husqvarna world been so beautiful and affordable.

Light Cross LCJR
LCJR mark means children’s e-bikes. Light Cross LCJR hardtails are available in two wheel sizes (24 ‘‘ and 27.5 ‘‘) and provide young riders with plenty of comfort both off road and on regular bike paths.


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