Try to take into consideration Comfort,Value,Best bang for buck. All bikes would be brand new. My current bike is a Yamaha R6. I love it but it’s not comfortable. I don’t want to give up performance but need a little more real world ride.
KTM Super Duke
Triumph Speed Triple
All represent at least one thing that I really like
Answer by Psyco Cycles
Answer by David L
Just my opinion of course.
Answer by MotoMan
1. Yamaha FZ1, several Friends have them and love them, good bang for the buck.
2. Triumph Speed Triple I like this bike simply because it has been production so long. The Triumph is not the least expensive, so you have to want the brand (as well as the uniqueness of the bike) to justify the price.
3. Suzuki BKing could change place with the triple on the list except it weighs a 100 lbs more than the Triumph.
2. KTM Super Duke light and fun, but vibrates a lot.
(PRWeb UK) April 13, 2014
This is all good news for KTM, which is targeting entry-level riders with its latest model. To help boost the image of the 125 Duke as a fun bike for beginners, KTM has even hired stunt rider Rok Bagoros as part of the promotion team, and released promotional videos showing youngsters putting it through its paces.
In May or June 2014 the wait will finally be over, and this stylish, powerful, cutting-edge and massively fun bike will finally get to prove whether it justifies its status as one of the most talked about bikes of the year so far.
The Austrian manufacturer famous for its superb sports bikes has always focused on quality lightweight bikes combining the best components, powerful engines and excellent style, and the 125 Duke does not disappoint. KTM has been improving its on-road offerings ever since it launched the Super Duke back in 2004, and this is the road bike that beginners have been waiting for.
The new engine is reliable and powerful. KTM has a good history of single-cylinder engines, and this can be seen in the 4-stroke single-cylinder with liquid cooling in the 125 Duke. KTMs goal to produce an engine with clean emissions that gets some serious mileage seems to have been achieved, and although its a 124.7 engine it has 15bhp and great progression.
The 125 Duke is great for everyday riding and the throttle response is excellent. But on top of that it also looks great. Its sleek, streamlined and customisable through KTM PowerParts so it can be adapted to the owners personal style. Everything is in proportion and the finishes are great, making this a bike that is a joy to look at.
As one would expect from KTM, the 125 Duke comprises a number of high-quality components which are durable and easy to service, and the tubular chassis and WP suspension are excellent additions. Its also super light. The lightweight chassis makes it agile on the road, and at just 125 kg when fuelled its not going to weigh anyone down.
Riding is a joy, and the excellent riding position enhances the feeling of control when out on the road. Its also easy to use, with a simple dashboard and gear indicator which is a useful feature for beginners.
For entry-level riders this is one cool bike. It is an ideal way for beginner riders to enjoy a Duke before they can get their hands on the more powerful machines, and there is no doubt that this is going to be the entry-level bike of choice this year and perhaps for some time to come.
The Duke 125 is certain to be a hit in 2014. Duke wants to provide young riders with the same fun riding experience that its bigger bikes are famous for. Its exciting; it looks amazing, its got excellent handling and great engine performance. Essentially, its one of the best 125cc bikes ever made for the road, and make sure the bike has full motorbike insurance in place to protect the best investment made this year.
the road will be through Iran up to turkey … then all the way to Ukraine…
the ktm super duke 990 2006 is a naked bike, the gasoline can goes up to 170 kilos for a full tank..
so, how many kilos should i drive a day ?
and is there any tips and advices for me ?
total trip 4,357 km
Answer by SANJEET SAH
yes there is