Previous to this year’s EICMA show, KTM had a 790 Adventure and a 790 Adventure R, and a 790 Duke, but no 790 Duke R. What’s up with that? Now we know: KTM has just introduced the 890 Duke R.
Thanks to government interference that makes quarter-liter machines desirable, other markets will get the KTM RC250, Duke 250.
Here’s more information on the KTM spec series. It sounds like an interesting project – now we’re just waiting to hear about Canadian sign-ups.
New adventure bike learner-legal in Europe, but unobtanium in Canada.
Meanwhile, Canada gets 1290 Super Adventure and RC390, 390 Duke for 2015, but no 1050 Adventure.
Dutch mag manages to sneak snaps of new Aprilia Tuono RSV4, RSV4 RF, along with KTM 1050 Adventure.
Team Orange teases buyers, but we still don’t have their most interesting Freeride models.
Finally, Team Orange confirms their small-displacements are coming to Canada.
Battery power riders hoon around indoors.
It would appear that KTM are following the recent release of their new 1290 Adventure with yet another big bore adventure machine, this time a 1050.