KTM has seemingly confirmed that it will launch the much-rumoured Duke 350 in 2013 followed by a Moto3-inspired 350cc sports single a year later.Speaking at the launch of the new Duke 200 in India, KTM boss Stefan Pierer is reported to have
LAUNCHING a new 200cc Duke KTM look set to increase the range of aggressive lower capacity bikes with the addition of a 350 - unfortunately both are for India only.The only small capacity bike available in Europe and outside of South Asia, is the new KTM Duke 125 aimed for motorc...
-4 350cc motor was a triumph of ingenious packaging. I mean, look at those expansion chambers and the angles of those four open-bell-mouth 24mm carbs.But it's all very well marveling at the genius of this self-built bitsa. We just wanted to hear
ACCORDING to Sir Alan Cathcart, Triumph are rumoured to be developing a new product for the 'opposite end of the spectrum' - a 350cc single-cylinder bike aimed at beginners.Called the Street Single, the image above comes from an artist's impressive
to reveal whether they're prototypes of a new Triumph or rival brand bikes being 'benchmark' tested to gauge the needs of the new model.Rumours suggest the new single will have a capacity in the 250-350cc bracket, and that it will be assembled in plants both
adult each day and children aged 15 years and under go FREE. The full programme is as follows:Sat 06/10/2007Race: 1 - 1300cc Group 2 & Twins & Multis Parade A - Classic ParadeRace: 2 - Post Classic Gp 2Race: 3 - 350cc Twin Cylinder & 500 GoldstarsRace: 4
YOU'RE LOOKING at the new 2010 KTM 350 four-stroke Moto-x bike, which the company hope will bring them new success in the MX1 series.Designed in conjunction with multi World Champion Stefan Everts, the 350cc machine features linkage suspension
a petrol engine. More likely it's a code term for a higher-powered electric crosser, wither performance in the 350cc league as opposed to the 125-style speed of the initial Freeride models.A Duke 350, with the joint KTM/Bajaj single-cylinder engine
.The Freeride 350 features a 350cc fuel-injected single-cylinder engine that produces a forearm-friendly 24bhp, it uses a composite frame to minimize weight and also features WP suspension and Brembo brakes. It has a tiny 5-litre tank, but KTM reckon it
Cortese putting in some fast laps.If KTM's planned future models come to fruition, then (fingers crossed) the Austrian manufacturer will be releasing a 350cc sports bike based on the looks of this Moto3 racer.
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