Some 2018 models will come equipped with mobile integration, and the feature will also be offered as a free retro-fit for some 2017 bikes.
Brembo says no aftermarket master cylinders affected by the PR16 recall, which was announced last month.
The same Brembo brake components that caused a Ducati recall last month have now caused a recall for a couple KTMs and a Husqvarna.
It didn’t take long for the competitors to start crashing out; one unlucky rider managed to bin it only three klicks in.
A handful of 690 Dukes see recall over fuel tank filler issue.
KTM also says it’s bringing the 1290 Super Adventure S to our market, and that will arrive for the 2018 season; the 790 Duke will be a 2019 model.
You’ll have to wait at least another year to buy KTM’s new middleweight adventure motorcycle.
Here’s KTM’s new twin-cylinder platform; we expect to see it in Canada next riding season, but that’s not confirmed.
Asphalt & Rubber runs photos that appear similar to the shot that we saw a few weeks back.
Aaaaaaaand here’s one more spy shot for you today, straight from the German moto-press. This looks like it’s ready to debut at EICMA.