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2014 KTM RC125, RC200 and RC390 Pics Leaked, Prices Expected

KTM prepares the launch of their small-displacement racers, RC125, RC200 and RC390 bikes, three machines with similar looks derived from the edgy RC8 liter-class monster.
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It looks like Stefan Pierer's dream of seeing KTM able to offer a bike for pretty much any desire users might have is one step closer to fulfillment. Or should we say three steps?

So far it's only leaked pictures of the bikes which will be most likely presented ai the 2013 EICMA quite soon, no specs (save for the RC390) and no prices being rumored.

However, since the bikes are made in India by Bajaj, we might expect them to be available for very affordable sums. These aggressive, European-looks road bikes will surely appeal to a huge number of customers in the Asian markets, and KTM could do exceptional business selling high volumes in that part of the world.

What's even cooler is the fact that these bikes are great for the Western markets, as well, and should KTM decide to launch an offensive against Honda and Kawasaki in the small-displacement segment, we might see plenty of orange machines flooding the streets of both Europe and North America.

And with travel accessories which add solid versatility for daily use to these machines as a complement to their racey nature, things are looking bright in the future. Bright orange, that is.

Source: A&R.

 
 
 
 
 

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