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Fash

Georgia, USA

Reviewed on June 4, 2024

Motorcycle reviewed 2020 KTM 1290 Super Adventure R view listing

4.8
This bike here is ready for cross country. If you want to hear about pros and cons you won’t hear nothing about cons strictly pros. This bike is amazing. Very comfortable a lot of power low mileage that also includes three different range modes. This bike is a must see in person Because it is an absolu... read more
This bike here is ready for cross country. If you want to hear about pros and cons you won’t hear nothing about cons strictly pros. This bike is amazing. Very comfortable a lot of power low mileage that also includes three different range modes. This bike is a must see in person Because it is an absolute excellent condition all preventative maintenance has been accomplished on this bike ready for a long travel.
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Don

Arizona, USA

Reviewed on April 25, 2024

Motorcycle reviewed 2021 KTM 890 Adventure R view listing

4.5
Pros, performance, power and adjustabliity to the riding terrain. Ability to adjust the power and suspension easilly. Cons, like most the seat is not comfy for long blacktop rides. Buffering from wind screen is not desirable when doing hwy. I would say this bike as has been talked about being 75% of... read more
Pros, performance, power and adjustabliity to the riding terrain. Ability to adjust the power and suspension easilly. Cons, like most the seat is not comfy for long blacktop rides. Buffering from wind screen is not desirable when doing hwy. I would say this bike as has been talked about being 75% off and 25% on. So it is nice to ride it to get off road.
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Juan Perez-Casado

New Jersey, USA

Reviewed on April 18, 2024

Motorcycle reviewed 2016 KTM 1290 Super Adventure R view listing

4.8
This bike is a blast to ride. The engine is nothing but amazing. Also the dynamic electronic suspension makes this bike handle almost like a sport bike. The comfort could be improved. Maybe with the original saddle is a little more comfortable but I have the one piece saddle that makes it easier to ride off ... read more
This bike is a blast to ride. The engine is nothing but amazing. Also the dynamic electronic suspension makes this bike handle almost like a sport bike. The comfort could be improved. Maybe with the original saddle is a little more comfortable but I have the one piece saddle that makes it easier to ride off road. Still the heated seats and grips are welcome features on the nippy early morning rides. In any case this is a superb bike that is comfortable on dirt trails as well as on tarmac highways. Have I mentioned that the engine and power are absolutely spectacular? The sophistication and electronics of this bike are second to none: - ABS linked to the leaning angle, - Cornering lights that increase the angle synchronized to the leaning - 4 riding modes: Sport, Street, Rain and Off road. - 4 suspension dampening modes: Sport, Street, Comfort and Off road Have I mentioned that the engine will blow you away?
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Chuck

Florida, USA

Reviewed on April 1, 2024

Motorcycle reviewed 2021 KTM Duke view listing

5.0
Riding: KTM Duke 890 R is an absolute pleasure to ride. The front feels extremely planted and gives you full confidence when you trail break into the corners. The bike is easy to flick around and feels very nimble. The power to weight ratio is perfect for street and track. With the street, sport and track (n... read more
Riding: KTM Duke 890 R is an absolute pleasure to ride. The front feels extremely planted and gives you full confidence when you trail break into the corners. The bike is easy to flick around and feels very nimble. The power to weight ratio is perfect for street and track. With the street, sport and track (need tech package for track mode) modes, the bike can be ridden slowly with your cruiser friends or have a fun weekend ride that is a little quick. if you plan to go on a track day, this bike can keep up with faster bikes due to the confidence in the corners. One drawback on the track is the exhaust, it sticks out too much and feels uncomfortable on sweeping right turns. The heel hits the exhaust and puts your foot in an awkward position. I cannot get enough of twisted roads when I am on this bike. Comfort: I have gone on 200 mile rides on weekends and feel extremely comfortable on the bike, As any naked bike, you will feel the wind if you go above 85 mph. However, there are after market products to give you wind protection. Reliability: I had the bike for 2 years and have had no issues. I have always been ahead of the maintenance schedule and clean the chain after every ride.
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lou sabatini

Texas, USA

Reviewed on March 18, 2024

Motorcycle reviewed 2022 KTM 125 XC view listing

5.0
Selling my once ridden KTM 125xc showing 3.8 hours on the clock. I'm no longer able to ride due to health issues. Never stored with premixed gasoline in the stock tank so the tank is not tinted. Has an FMF spark arrestor-silencer and is also equipped with "FLO" omni folding Levers on the handlebars.... read more
Selling my once ridden KTM 125xc showing 3.8 hours on the clock. I'm no longer able to ride due to health issues. Never stored with premixed gasoline in the stock tank so the tank is not tinted. Has an FMF spark arrestor-silencer and is also equipped with "FLO" omni folding Levers on the handlebars. Also, has a charging pigtail to the battery for trickle charging. This bike is like new as the pictures show and I have a few spare parts, like the original silencer and stock rear suspension spring. I will assist with shipping on my end if you don't live nearby. But shipping is not included in the price.
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Jeff mason

Reviewed on June 11, 2023

Motorcycle reviewed 2005 KTM 200 EXC view listing

4.8
Got my 2005 ktm 200exc on a swap from a 2006ktm sxf 250 even trade I’m soooo happy I did!…… I love it, it came with a Clark oversized tank and 2012 front fender and headlight it looks pretty good and rides awesome, tackles everything I give it I feel very confident on it , I’ve had a... read more
Got my 2005 ktm 200exc on a swap from a 2006ktm sxf 250 even trade I’m soooo happy I did!…… I love it, it came with a Clark oversized tank and 2012 front fender and headlight it looks pretty good and rides awesome, tackles everything I give it I feel very confident on it , I’ve had a kdx 220r and this thing walks all over it as far as suspension and power, but comfort the kdx won that battle. Both great woods bikes but I think the ktm is more of a race/enduro than kdx enduro.
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Keanen bain

Reviewed on May 30, 2023

Motorcycle reviewed 2007 KTM 250 XCF-W view listing

4.3
For the past 4 years I’ve been a proud owner of my 2007 KTM 250 xcf-w and I must say what an amazing bike! I have ridden many bikes ranging from 2005-2022 and I am a firm believer that this bike sits between a good and excellent bike to own. It punches a huge amount of low end power which absolutely ta... read more
For the past 4 years I’ve been a proud owner of my 2007 KTM 250 xcf-w and I must say what an amazing bike! I have ridden many bikes ranging from 2005-2022 and I am a firm believer that this bike sits between a good and excellent bike to own. It punches a huge amount of low end power which absolutely tanks through anything you throw at it. One of my favourite things about this bike is it that you can easily customise it to your preference - with regards to aftermarket parts , plastics, accessories and tuning-making it an outstanding bike to customise to your riding style at a reasonable price. Suspension is super reliable and comfortable , handling is fantastic and the power is amazing. However I do believe there is some room for improvement… the stock kick stand has to be the only worst thing about this bike ( the stand is too short and sits on a very thin metal frame) which compromise’s the chain guard if it breaks. The Radiator as well can be a problem, this year of bike does run hot and the radiator doesn’t essentially help slow down rising engine temperatures, I would recommend if anyone is wanting to purchase this bike sometime soon is to save a bit of money to install a cooling fan onto your radiator- it works like a bomb and prevents any damage to your bike’s engine in the future. Besides that I would consider this bike to be a 9/10 for a junior or senior rider. Hope this helps !
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Mark

Washington

Reviewed on October 7, 2022

Motorcycle reviewed 2014 KTM 300 XC-W view listing

1.0
I give KTM a horrible review. My bike which is a 2014 ktm 350sxf only has 20 hours on it. It's like new. When I was riding it recently one of the nuts that attaches to the head stud had rattled loose and came off the stud and fell down into the timing chain and snapped the cam chain and also broke 2 valve lev... read more
I give KTM a horrible review. My bike which is a 2014 ktm 350sxf only has 20 hours on it. It's like new. When I was riding it recently one of the nuts that attaches to the head stud had rattled loose and came off the stud and fell down into the timing chain and snapped the cam chain and also broke 2 valve levers in the process. I replaced the cam chain and I reached to ktm to see if they could help me out with a couple or valve levers since they are $100 each. They said there is nothing they could do for me and that was it. Horrible customer service and a head nut should not be rattling loose and falling off with 20 hours on a bike. Especially a ktm. I'm so disappointed in my bike and with ktm as a company. I will never buy another one.
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Rolando Quezada

New Jersey

Reviewed on August 9, 2022

Motorcycle reviewed 2020 KTM 390 Adventure view listing

4.5
Best performance and high end suspension, MTC, Lean angle sensitive ABS at a reasonable price. The most Technology on any bike in this segment, 5 inch TFT display showing turn by turn navigation can’t beat this.... read more
Best performance and high end suspension, MTC, Lean angle sensitive ABS at a reasonable price. The most Technology on any bike in this segment, 5 inch TFT display showing turn by turn navigation can’t beat this.
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JB

Arizona

Reviewed on February 7, 2022

Motorcycle reviewed 2022 KTM 690SMCR view listing

1.0
THIS DEALER GO AZ MOTORCYCLES IN FLAGGSTAFF ARIZONA IS VIOLATING THE THE LAW PERTAINING TO FALSE AND MISLEADING ADVERTISING PER FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION (FTC) REGULATIONS!!! The advertised price is $12,499. plus tax. But this dealer will mark up the bike by $1600.00 and add a bunch of other fees including fee... read more
THIS DEALER GO AZ MOTORCYCLES IN FLAGGSTAFF ARIZONA IS VIOLATING THE THE LAW PERTAINING TO FALSE AND MISLEADING ADVERTISING PER FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION (FTC) REGULATIONS!!! The advertised price is $12,499. plus tax. But this dealer will mark up the bike by $1600.00 and add a bunch of other fees including fees for them to register the bike for you. These fees add an extra $3000 or so to the price that they do not advertise in the add. This is ilegal and considered false and deceptive advertising punishable by law. I have filed a formal complaint with the FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION AT 1877-382-4357 for misleading, deceptive and false advertising. Know your rights not to get scammed.
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