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KTM Duke 125

It?s a typical KTM in its aggressive, sharp-edge styling. And it?s both nicely finished and well-appointed, not least with a sophisticated digital instrument console that includes digital speedo, tacho bar and other info, including fuel-gauge and fuel consumption reading. The Frame is a more...

KTM Duke 125

By 125-cc standards the Duke is a fairly substantial looking bike and it felt pleasingly grown-up as I threw a leg over the reasonably tall, 810-mm seat. The slightly raised one-piece handlebar gave plenty of leverage and a relaxed, near-upright riding position, with footrests slightly s more...

KTM Duke 125

The controls were effortlessly light, the six-speed gearbox shifted easily and the power delivery was docile and rider-friendly.Stability at speed was never an issue, even when I was crouched as low as possible with my bum on the pillion seat band left hand gripping the fork leg in search more...

KTM Duke 125

When ridden normally the Duke seemed pretty comfortable for a small bike, despite its upright riding position and lack of wind protection. I did not feel cramped despite having long legs. Chassis performance was very good too, at least by 125-cc standards. Steering geometry is not partic more...

KTM Duke 125

The rider?s part of the seat seemed comfortable enough and the respectably large pillion section incorporates grab-handles that also make handy bungee hooks. Official accessories include hand guards, a solo seat kit, headlamp mask and a race sticker kit, rather than go-faster goodies. more...

KTM 200 Duke

KTM is a world leader in off-road motorcycles, which along with the adventurous styling of the 200 Duke ? a pukka streetbike ? possibly explains why some people mistake it for an off-roader. Although predominantly a KTM in its design, some may spot traces of Bajaj in the 200 Duke, a muscul more...

KTM 200 Duke

The 200 Duke disappoints with Bajaj-typical grips that always offer good grip, but feel uncomfortably hard in gloveless palms. On the other hand, cleverly illuminated, crisp-working switches are also a la Bajaj. You get nicely shaped levers and functional rear-view mirrors. The massive t more...

KTM 200 Duke

There?s ample space for the rider in his seat, which is also adequately padded. The KTM Duke comes with a neat tail fairing, sleek brake light and outstretched number plate holder. The rear tyre-hugger and saree guard may be functional, but are parts we feel the Duke looks better without more...

KTM 200 Duke

The 200 Duke has a sporty riding position, with the rider footrests located far behind and a wide handlebar propping its rider in an upright posture. This riding position draws your legs backwards below the knees, making it a notch lower than commuter perfect, yet still nowhere close to as more...

KTM 200 Duke

It flicks unbelievably quickly from safely upright to indecent lean angles, at which point you start to appreciate its low-profile, MRF radial front and rear tyres. This Duke engine displays a sweet revving character that adds a lot to riding pleasure. more...

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