Sven Etzelsberger is not your average garage builder. The soft spoken automotive designer works at Fisker and also has a background in metal working. Rather than spending $15,000 on a GS for his next bike, he decided to take that … Continued
KTM’s Duke-based world domination plans continue apace. Marked by the attendance of the Malaysian Prime Minister, the Austrian brand just launched a new-model Duke in Kuala Lumpur. The KTM 200 Duke will be priced lower than the Kawasaki Ninja 250 … Continued
MCN has scooped some early details of the 2012 KTM 690 Duke. The Austrian manufacturer appears to have achieved the impossible, meeting stringent new emissions regulations while also upping power and reducing weight and price. Power is said to increase … Continued
Check out these LED light strips that integrate neatly into the KTM 125 Duke’s fuel tank. They’re not just some random product in an inches-thick, generic accessories catalog, they’re available in KTM showrooms alongside the motorcycle they’re meant to go … Continued
KTM does not plan to import the 990 SuperDuke or 690 Duke to the North American market this year or next, citing unfavorable market conditions. In the case of the SuperDuke, the move is likely intended to clear dealer stock … Continued
This screen shot from the KTM North American dealer meeting lays out a promising future for KTM. Leaked way ahead of time, the lineup for the next three years is here for you to see.
In January, Marc Coma won the Dakar, racing off-road through Chile and Argentina. Since then he’s been training and competing in lesser rallies across the world. Courtesy of Alpinestars, here’s a peek into his daily life. Photo: Marcello Maragni/KTM