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April 16th, 2013, 02:03 AM   #11
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Re: 70deg obsolete but they are still awesome

Bought a 2012 FE 570 last year & owing to unforeseen things haven't done a log of riding so far only about 25 hrs, but after coming from a 09 530 exc all I can say is wow this weird Berg thing good, much better than the ktm. Ok it's a few years younger & I haven't ridden a current ktm & hear they are much improved but they would have to be to even catch up & equal the Berg. Don't have a 565cc factory option though which is just another Berg bonus.
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October 8th, 2014, 01:22 PM   #12
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I myself just picked up an 11 FE450 and the thing is Awsome. I really luv the overall handling, plus the engine power is just WOW ! I can only imagine how your 570 is.
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October 8th, 2014, 02:01 PM   #13
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The front wheel is very very light on the 570

Still so amazingly linear and controllable but ROOST at command!

These bikes are something special indeed ... I just realized quite recently that my first proper ride on my 570 was on iced gravel roads without studs in the tires .. and I managed not to fall down or spin out. Such refinement!!
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February 20th, 2015, 01:58 AM   #14
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Have to agree with everyone else, I love my 11 FE450. All my friends went to KTM 300's but thats just a fad too. Sad that the brand was put to death because it was too competitive.

I even looked around this year at something to replace it with and found nothing that could tempt me. Hope all the spares are available for a long time

Long live the 70 degree berg
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August 6th, 2018, 10:36 PM   #15
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I have just restored my Husaberg FE 570 after standing for over one year. I bought a mint 2014 Husqvarna FE 350 to replace it, a great bike, but you cannot compare the 2 bikes. My Husqvarna FE 350 has to be worked hard to get it to go, my FE570 has to held back! On technical terrain the mildness of the Husqvarna is an advantage, but everywhere else my Husaberg FE 570 out performs the newer technology. I will keep both, but will definitely use the 570 more.

Even the weight of the 570 is not noticeable , it is narrow when standing, front end is light and changes direction effortlessly. I often wonder why I ever considered changing bikes....probably because that is what guys do!
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