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KTM 125 Duke


KTM is a manufacturer that makes big engine bikes like the KTM RC8 . The wisest thing to do is to scale the big engine bike of KTM to small low emission , fuel-efficient but still and always KTM. The bike that all the statement is KTM Duke 125 .

The KTM 125 Duke out to best dominant Japanese at their own game — affordable . appealing motocross design . performance on  small-capacity motorcycles . unlike traditional little competitors, the Duke is built in by an Austrian company and was designed for outside Asia. The KTM 125 DUKE enter Malaysia Motorcycle in 2011.

Compression ratio: 12.6:1

output (homologated):15bhp (11,3kW) @

Frame: Tubular space of chromoly steel


Handlebar: Tapered steel, DM mm

Front suspension: 43mm WP usd 150mm travel

Rear One WP damper, 150mm wheel adjustment for preload

Front Bybre radial four-piston 280mm disc

Rear Single-piston caliper, 230mm

Front wheel: 3.50 x cast aluminum

Main Stainless steel (KAT)

Trail: 100 mm

Wheel base: +/-15 mm

Ground clearance: 185 mm

height: 810 mm

Fuel tank approx. 11 litres (ROZ 91)

(WITHOUT FUEL) approx. 118 kg

I thought that KTM will takes this turn to small bike as nice as Duke 125. In my head, KTM is one of the motorcross manufacturer along Yamaha, Suzuki and Honda, only cater the market for and other countries other Asia. Now, we are able to get our satisfied with this that is going to be marketed in

KTM Duke 125 have everything KTM bike should have. It great design by Kiska, chassis with chromoly great brakes by Bybre By Brembo in India) and it got fuel-injection system by Bosch. If you think enough, you might think all this features are NOT meant for a bikes.

This features has raised the of this bike a little bit to Honda CBF 125 . which is its competitor.

ridden normally the Duke pretty comfortable for a small despite its upright riding and lack of wind protection. I feel cramped despite long legs. Even fuel consumption of about 4.7 under constant hard use claim 3.5 l/100km or less, I’d have though most would be as enthusiastic with the as I was), the 11-litre tank give a 300km-plus range would test even the 17-year-old’s stamina.

Chassis performance was very too, at least by 125cc Steering geometry isn’t steep (rake 25 degrees, 100mm) but the ultra-light Duke be flicked effortlessly around. And its was pretty taut and fairly controlled, despite having a 150mm of travel at each

The Duke managed to make the English backroads seem smooth, and should cope with the varied surfaces it encounter elsewhere in the world.

when we went to the local track for a more serious the little KTM was by no means embarrassed. Its felt slightly soft and when asked to cope my 85kg, and the opportunity to add some would have been But the Duke cornered well to be fun — and that’s for an ageing bike never mind a typical teenage novice.

Its 17-inch Indian-made MRF tyres are wide (110/70 front, rear), and were grippy to make use of a decent amount of the Duke’s abundant ground And the Brembo -derived front blend of radial four-pot and big, 280mm disc was powerful enough for such a bike.

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