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Dan Aspel  says:

Rieju taking deposits on new “Duke Killer”

Catalan marque Rieju is taking deposits on a new, high spec. supermoto special, codenamed the "Duke Killer". Aimed at the same class of young riders as KTM’s recent 125 Duke (RRP £3495), the £3699 race-quality Pro SM Black Series represents a top-drawer upgrade to the existing MRT125 Pro. Upgrades to the 125cc Yamaha-engined stock MRT125 include: • Fully adjustable 40mm USD Marzocchi forks• Alloy bars...

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  • Posted 4 years ago (15 July 2011 15:20)

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Jan 11

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snev says:

Can you get one of these with a tank ????

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Dec 08

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boybilly1967 says:

Smart looking.

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Aug 02

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wings1372 says:

Looks nice but how many 17 year old's have got £3700 to spend on a motorbike?

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Feb 08

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rgvyan says:

"Looks nice but how many 17 year old's have got £3700 to spend on a motorbike?"

This keeps popping up every time a new 125 comes out. A valid question, yet a quick glance at the top selling bikes in the UK shows there are obviously a few people willing to shell out for a new 125.

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Sep 02

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wild_stuart says:

Not just 17's..

that buy bikes.. don't forget with the commuter prices soaring, there's many bike converts and we all had to start somewhere. Not to mention new bikes often come with 0% deposits and interest free credit for a year or so, so it's not "really" £3k

Is there a bigger version to come though? Would personally be tempted to look at a 400cc version. Mind... think Yammy WR450 converts have that covered for about the same price.

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