KTM DUKE 390
Performance starts with the class-leading power coming from the 373 cc single-cylinder powerplant. Below 7,000 rpm, power is relatively docile, perfectly suited for new riders. From there, power climbs quickly and steadily to the redline, just past the 10,000 mark, providing riders with 25 foot-pounds of claimed torque at 7,250 rpm and 43 ponies at 9,500 rpm to tame as their skills develop
The front brake caliper features four pistons and a radial mount for stronger braking performance.
With 10 levels of preload adjustment at the rear WP monoshock, there is plenty of adjustability available for riders of varying sizes
Whether you are hitting up the diner three towns over or the ice cream shop out in the country, you will find yourself looking for excuses to ride
The engine, chassis, suspension, and brakes all work together to offer new riders a performance-oriented option in the 300 cc class
The ABS engaged impressively smoothly without disrupting the rider