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Phil West  says:

Cologne Bike Show: New 125 Duke heads 2011 KTMs

KTM’s eagerly-awaited learner roadster, the 125 Duke, has just been unveiled at the Cologne Show. The new 125 – KTM’s first road-legal 125 – was is being shown in public for the first time alongside other new 2011 KTMs – an ABS-equipped 990 SM-T and a track-only version of the RC8. The 125’s powered by an all-new, four-stroke, single producing a learner-legal...

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Sep 07

Posts: 43

sparky16 says:

Lovely Wee bike but.....

i think they should make a fully faired bike to compete with the likes of the CBR125 and yamaha R125. I think between the naked version and a faired one KTM could gain a huge share in the 125 market. I'd buy a faired version. Mini RC8 =)

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Lightning Boy


Mar 07

Posts: 82


That has to be one of the best looking 125s I have ever seen. Cracking.

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Sep 10

Posts: 11

vannvanner says:

Must have one!

Not many 15hp naked bikes around and this has to be the best looking. Just waiting for price info altough the weak pound aint going to help.

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Jan 10

Posts: 13

mattrawr says:

According to the VisorDown site the 125 Duke is electronically limited to 80 KM/H....meaning roughly 50 MPH. I hope this is a typo or just not true -_-

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