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Dan Aspel  says:

Video: KTM 125 Duke first ride

MCN has ridden the new KTM 125 Duke, the first learner friendly road bike from the Austrian firm. Priced at £3,695, it's aimed at inspiring a new generation of young riders and getting them hooked on the high spec. orange bikes from across the channel. Find a KTM for sale With 43mm upside-down forks and an adjustable rear shock by WP, and...

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rlf3

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rlf3 says:

Dear Mr KTM,

Can you build a 300cc version please?

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speedo007

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speedo007 says:

Nice video. Almost wish I was 16 again and had my learners license!

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BBQdog

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BBQdog says:

Nice

Nice components on this bike. Better even then the higher class Ninja 250r and the CBR 250 R.

Hope the soon make a 250cc version.

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bmwgs

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bmwgs says:

nice

it looks good for a 17year old to use and if i had the money i would get it for my girlfreind to learn on

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ERP30

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ERP30 says:

Good Move ?

I think this is a good move for KTM but if they had their heads screwed on (in my opinion) they should have gone for an RC8 replica 125 to challenge the Yamaha, and totally undercut them on price.... don't get me wrong, i think this bike looks the part too.... its just that when i was a nipper all i could dream of was a race bike and i still dream of owning one some day..... so i personally think the market might be bigger for the race reps rather than duke styled.... could be totally wrong but that's just me....:hmmm:

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crash2009

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crash2009 says:

spamming

sdgdsg, get lost with your spaming. no one  actually looks on them crap websites you put on here  selling fake clothing so do us all a favour and do one

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petedj

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petedj says:

Go with your strengths

Don't think a race replica would work with the government mandated dangerously slow 125 motor. If this thing is as agile, chuckable, well suspended and braked as the 690 it will be great fun despite that handicap.

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blusta

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blusta says:

Wish I was 17 again!!!

Absolutely gorgeous and stunning - imagine riding this beauty at 17, my first ride was a C90 - yeah baby a C90 wo wo!!! (don't compare a!) Then onto a Honda MX...

It's really great that other manufacturers are producing good looking 125 bikes now, some of the 125cc bikes out there are just not street cred you know.

Anyway 'NICE ONE KTM' those kids will be very happy - I'm sure!

 I wonder if Ducati will be next? - HOW MUCH - Dad has a heart attack lol !!!

 

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