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2024 KTM Street Demo Tour Announces Dates

Continuing on the success of previous years’ Ride Orange Street Demo Tours – and this year marking “30 Years of Duke” – KTM has announced the first dates of the 2024 KTM Street Demo Tour. Test rides at dealers are a rarity, so the KTM Street Demo Tour is a great opportunity to ride KTM’s street-legal range, everything from the 250 Duke up to the 1390 Super Duke R Evo, ADVs ranging from the 390 Adventure to the 1290 Adventure R, and the 350 and 500 EXC-F dual-sports.

This year’s tour kicks off in March coinciding with Daytona Bike Week, and there are currently 10 stops scheduled for the demo tour between March and October, with more likely to be added. Check out the details in KTM’s official announcement below.


2024 KTM STREET DEMO TOUR
The 2024 KTM Street Demo Tour kicks off during Daytona Bike Week.

MURRIETA, Calif. – The KTM Street Demo Tour is touring the United States once again in 2024, offering orange bleeders the ultimate chance to sample the latest models in the KTM Street range. Commencing between March 1-9 during Daytona Bike Week in Florida, U.S. consumers will have the opportunity to take part in the tour to be staged alongside a wide selection of premier motorcycle events across the nation.

Organized by KTM North America, Inc. in association with participating dealers, you’ll be able to get up close and explore the 2024 range, together with knowledgeable KTM experts on location. Following that, it will be your time to take to some of the most enjoyable roads in the country. Each ride will take place on pre-planned routes that will be sure to deliver an exceptional experience at this year’s KTM Street Demo Tour.

With the naked bike range celebrating 30 Years of Duke in 2024, KTM brings the ferocious, all-new KTM 1390 Super Duke R Evo – The Beast, reborn – the sniper-like KTM 990 Duke, as well as the powerful yet rideable KTM 390 Duke and KTM 250 Duke. Joining this lineup of all new naked bikes is the original Scalpel, the KTM 790 Duke. Throw a leg over these class-leading machines and discover why the KTM Duke nameplate has stood the test of time.

In addition, the current adventure range, including the KTM 1290 Super Adventure R and S, KTM 890 Adventure R, KTM 790 Adventure, KTM 690 Enduro R, and KTM 390 Adventure, will also be star attractions across as many as 10 events scheduled for 2024. Plus, don’t miss the KTM 500 EXC-F and KTM 350 EXC-F dual-sport models.

2024 KTM Street Demo Tour Models:

  • KTM 1390 Super Duke R Evo
  • KTM 990 Duke
  • KTM 790 Duke
  • KTM 390 Duke
  • KTM 250 Duke
  • KTM 1290 Super Adventure R
  • KTM 1290 Super Adventure S
  • KTM 890 Adventure R
  • KTM 790 Adventure
  • KTM 690 Enduro R
  • KTM 390 Adventure
  • KTM 500 EXC-F
  • KTM 350 EXC-F

* Please note that the model list is subject to change and may vary by demo location.

Participants at the KTM Street Demo Tour will receive a VIP voucher (valued up to $500 MSRP), redeemable on KTM PowerParts, KTM PowerWear, and/or KTM SpareParts at an authorized KTM dealer with the purchase of a new KTM Street model.

Registrations for each stop of the 2024 KTM Street Demo Tour open at 9 a.m. on the morning of that event, with riding to take place between 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Demos are first come, first served.

The KTM Street Demo Tour is open to riders 21 years and older who hold a valid motorcycle endorsement. Riders 21 to 24 year olds can only ride motorcycles 500cc and under. Riders who are 25 years and up may ride any displacement. Experienced riders only (no beginners). No passengers are allowed at any time, and KTM staff can revoke riding privileges at any time for any reason deemed necessary.

All riders must show a government-issued photo ID with motorcycle endorsement and will be required to complete a signed waiver prior to any demo rides. Proper riding apparel is essential, including but not limited to a DOT-approved helmet, eye protection, gloves, long sleeves, pants, and sturdy footwear.

For a complete list of 2024 KTM Street Demo Tour locations and to connect with your local participating dealer, please visit the KTM website or email [email protected]. Follow KTM USA on all social media platforms for the most up-to-date information on events.

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2024 KTM 390 Duke Review | First Ride

2024 KTM 390 Duke review
For this 2024 KTM 390 Duke review, we traveled to Almeria, Spain, to test the updated naked bike on the street and a gymkhana course. (Photos by Francesc Montero & Sebas Romero)

This is a year of milestones. The AMA is celebrating its 100th anniversary, Rider is celebrating its 50th, and KTM is celebrating “30 Years of Duke.” What started out as one bike in 1994 is now a seven-model lineup, including the 125 Duke, 250 Duke, 390 Duke, 790 Duke, 990 Duke, 1290 Super Duke GT, and 1390 Super Duke R Evo. We tested three new/updated models recently – the 390, 990, and 1390 – and we’ll start off with our KTM 390 Duke review.

2024 KTM 390 Duke review
A selection of Dukes over the years, with the original Duke 620 in the middle, three 2024 models (390 Duke to the right of the Duke 620, and the 990 Duke (l) and 1390 Super Duke R (r) in the front), and others from intervening years.

Thirty years ago, KTM – then a small Austrian manufacturer of dirtbikes – launched its first street-focused motorcycle, the Duke 620, a supermotard-style bike that was the brainchild of KTM engineer Wolfgang Felber. Starting with a KTM 620 R/XC dual-sport, which had a kickstart-only 602cc Single that made 56 hp, Felber shortened the suspension and gave it 17-inch spoked wheels shod with sticky street tires. Weighing just 315 lb, the flickable, wheelie-happy Duke – named after Geoff Duke, a British GP racer who won multiple world championships – became a cult favorite, a hooligan bike that encouraged a rowdy riding style.

2024 KTM 390 Duke review - 1994 KTM Duke 620
On display at the “30 Years of Duke” launch in Almeria, Spain, was the first 1994 KTM Duke 620 that rolled off the assembly line. Even three decades on, it’s still a bad-ass looking bike. (Photo by the author)

Today, KTM is the biggest brand in the Pierer Mobility empire – Europe’s largest motorcycle manufacturer that also includes Husqvarna, GasGas, and MV Agusta. Although the “Ready to Race” brand says it prefers to look ahead to the future than dwell on the past, KTM recently honored the Duke legacy by hosting a press launch in Almeria, Spain, for three new/updated models: the 390 Duke, 990 Duke, and 1390 Super Duke R Evo. The launch began with a half-day ride on the 390 Duke, which is the focus of this review.

Related: 2024 KTM 990 Duke Review | First Look

Related: 2024 KTM 1390 Super Duke R Evo Review | First Look

2024 KTM 390 Duke review
Except where noted, the 2024 KTM 390 Duke in the static photos is outfitted with a long list of PowerParts accessories and its mirrors have been removed. The Akrapovic exhaust system and engine crash guards are two of the most obvious ones in this photo.

What’s New | 2024 KTM 390 Duke

Launched in Europe in 2013, the 390 Duke made its way to our shores in 2015 (read our road test review). Along with the 125 Duke and 250 Duke, the 390 Duke is made in India by Bajaj under the scrupulous supervision of KTM engineers. Just as KTM’s 790 Duke and 790 Adventure models are made in China by CFMOTO, these strategic partnerships allow KTM to increase its production capacity, keep a lid on ever-increasing labor costs, and gain in-country access to the two largest motorcycle markets in the world.

2024 KTM 390 Duke review
Displacement of the liquid-cooled, counterbalanced LC4 Single was increased from 373cc to 399cc, netting a small gain in horsepower and torque.

While the 390 Duke has evolved steadily over the years, the 2024 model represents a major leap forward. Compared to its predecessor, KTM says it is 90% new. Displacement of its liquid-cooled, single-cylinder engine has increased from 373cc to 399cc, contributing to a small increase in horsepower (45, up from 44) and torque (28.8 lb-ft, up from 27.3). The updated engine is lighter, has improved cooling yet also warms up faster, and has longer oil-change and valve-inspection service intervals. A larger airbox is located under the seat, and the fuel tank now holds 3.9 gallons, up from 3.6.

The 390’s tubular-steel trellis frame was made stiffer and now has an upper mount for the rear shock, which was moved from the center to the right side and positioned at a more horizontal angle, lowering the seat height from 32.7 to 32.3 inches. A new pressure die-cast aluminum subframe is also stiffer, and the new curved, open-lattice cast-aluminum swingarm has a lower mount on the right side for the shock and is curved to accommodate the tucked-in exhaust.

2024 KTM 390 Duke review
WP suspension front and rear was upgraded to adjustable Apex components. The rear shock was moved to the right side and mounted at a more horizontal angle to lower the seat height. The orange billet reservoir cover is an accessory.

As before, the 390 Duke’s suspension is made by KTM-owned WP, but for 2024, it is upgraded to higher-spec Apex components. The 43mm inverted fork, held in place by new triple clamps, now offers rebound and compression adjustability with five-position clickers atop the fork caps. The Separate Piston rear shock has five-position rebound adjustability in addition to adjustable preload (both easily done with toolkit stored under the seat). Suspension travel has increased from 5.6 to 5.9 inches in the front and remains 5.9 inches out back.

2024 KTM 390 Duke review
For 2024, the single-disc Bybre front brake was moved to the right side of the wheel, and the 320mm disc is 20mm larger than on last year’s model. Revised wheels and new Michelin Power 6 tires reduced unsprung weight by nearly 10 lb.

Revised 17-inch cast-aluminum wheels are shod with new Michelin Power 6 tires, and the combo sheds a remarkable 9.5 lb of unsprung weight. Claimed wet weight for the bike, however, remains the same at 364 lb. Single-disc brakes front and rear are made by Bybre, with a 4-piston radial front caliper pinching a 320mm disc (up from 300mm) and a 1-piston rear caliper with a 240mm disc (up from 230mm). ABS with a rear-off Supermoto mode is standard.

2024 KTM 390 Duke review
The new headlight design is similar to that on the 2024 2024 KTM 990 Duke and 1390 Super Duke R Evo. The orange-anodized reservoir cover and levers as well as the lever guards are accessories.

The 390 Duke has a new LED headlight with a DRL surround that’s shaped like the new headlights on the 990 Duke and 1390 Super Duke R Evo, and all three bikes share a 5-inch color TFT display. With an MSRP of $6,299, electronics are typically limited in this price range, but the 390 Duke has throttle-by-wire with two ride modes (Street and Rain) that adjust throttle response and lean-adaptive traction control, as well as new launch control. New switchgear and revised menus on the TFT are easier to use, but multiple buttons must be pushed to change ride mode and other settings. We’d prefer a single button to change ride mode on the fly.

2024 KTM 390 Duke review
The 5-inch color TFT display is shared with the 990 Duke and 1390 Super Duke R Evo.

What’s It Like to Ride? | 2024 KTM 390 Duke

I love small sporty bikes, and I have a particular fondness for the 390 Duke. My Duke dalliance started in 2017, when KTM hosted a launch for an updated version of the 390 Duke in Turin, Italy, where we began our test ride by turning laps on a test track with banked curves on the roof of the Lingotto building, a massive five-story structure that was a Fiat factory from 1923 to 1982. Then we buzzed around the streets of Turin before making our way into the foothills of the Alps. Cool location notwithstanding, it was the most fun I’d ever had on such a light, affordable bike. Its MSRP back then was just $5,299.

2024 KTM 390 Duke review - 2017 KTM 390 Duke
Riding the 2017 KTM 390 Duke on one of the banked corners of the rooftop test track at the Lingotto building in Turin, Italy. (Photo by Sebas Romero & Marco Campelli)

A year later, we got a 390 Duke for a test on our own turf, and I wrangled the keys away from Jenny Smith long enough to give it a proper thrash.

This time around, it was a cold, clear day in Almeria, Spain, when our multinational group of journalists hopped on a fleet of shiny new 390 Dukes. I chose one in KTM orange, with the bright color found not only on the tank and sharply angled bodywork but also on the seat, frame, and wheels. When I turned on the key, the instrument panel welcomed me with a “30 Years of Duke” animation that’s exclusive to 2024 models. Although the seat is a tad lower, the 390 Duke doesn’t feel dainty or undersized but rather slender and compact.

2024 KTM 390 Duke review
Over its 11-year history, the KTM 390 Duke has been updated multiple times. The 2024 model is 90% new.

Gear Up

The 390 Duke is an eager beaver, a fiesty machine that begs to be flogged. Its 399cc Single fires up quickly and settles into a mellow burble at idle, but the ’lil Duke really comes alive when its throttle is twisted WFO. With peak horsepower at 8,500 rpm, peak torque at 7,000 rpm, and a 10,000-rpm redline, it pays to keep the engine spinning. Let the revs drop too much, and it can be hard to regain momentum on a twisty road. Though counterbalanced, the engine gets buzzy at high revs.

And believe you me, Spain has more than its fair share of muy twisty roads.

2024 KTM 390 Duke review
The KTM 390 Duke is a compact, narrow machine that is fun to toss around on tight, technical roads. The best approach is to maintain corner speed and keep the revs up.

KTM’s nickname for the 390 Duke is “Corner Rocket,” and it lives up to the name. With just 53.4 inches between the axles, sporty steering geometry, and narrow, grippy tires (110/70 front, 150/60 rear), the 390 turns almost as quickly as your brain’s synapses fire off the command to your hands. A lot of shifting is required to stay in the meat of the powerband, and the 6-speed gearbox with slip/assist clutch does the rider’s bidding with minimal effort. The bikes we were riding had the optional Quickshifter+ installed, allowing us to bang our way up and down through the gears without the clutch.

2024 KTM 390 Duke review
New electronics for 2024 include ride modes, cornering traction control, and launch control.

The new Apex suspension did a good job of soaking up bumps as well as the chassis gyrations of being constantly on and off the gas. Since my 200-plus pounds is above average, I used the hook spanner under the seat to ratchet up the rear preload a few clicks. Likewise, the brakes capably slowed the bike and its oversized cargo, and the adjustable hand levers were appreciated.

2024 KTM 390 Duke review
As with all KTM streetbikes, the 390 Duke’s design is heavy on sharp angles.

After a 75-mile hair-on-fire street ride, we returned to the hotel, where KTM had set up a gymkhana course in the parking lot. Pairs of riders went head-to-head on an out-and-back slalom course, with bragging rights going to the fastest time. I’m not a racer, so even though I beat the other rider, I didn’t bother to ask my time. The fastest journalist was a guy from Australia who sliced and diced the course in 34 seconds. Jeremy McWilliams, the former MotoGP racer, current King Of The Baggers racer for Indian, and development rider for KTM, beat all comers with a 32-second time – while wearing jeans and tennis shoes. Check out his Instagram page to see a photo of him losing the front, which he saved on his way to victory.

2024 KTM 390 Duke review
2024 KTM 390 Duke in orange colorway (no accessories)

Upgrades like ride modes, cornering traction control, and adjustable suspension have pushed the 390 Duke’s price up to $6,299, but it’s still a reasonably priced bike that’s more fun than ever. And it’s certainly worthy of the Duke’s 30-year legacy.

2024 KTM 390 Duke review
2024 KTM 390 Duke in blue colorway (no accessories)

Check out more new bikes in Rider’s 2024 Motorcycle Buyers Guide

2024 KTM 390 Duke Specifications

  • Base Price: $6,299
  • Website: KTM.com
  • Warranty: 2 yrs., 24,000 miles
  • Engine Type: Liquid-cooled, transverse Single, DOHC w/ 4 valves
  • Displacement: 399cc
  • Bore x Stroke: 89.0 x 64.0mm
  • Horsepower: 45 hp @ 8,500 rpm (factory claim)
  • Torque: 28.8 lb-ft @ 7,000 rpm (factory claim)
  • Transmission: 6-speed, cable-actuated slip/assist wet clutch
  • Final Drive: Chain
  • Wheelbase: 53.4 in.
  • Rake/Trail: 24 degrees/3.7 in.
  • Seat Height: 32.3 in.
  • Wet Weight: 364 lb
  • Fuel Capacity: 4.0 gal.
  • Fuel Consumption: 69 mpg (factory claim)

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21 Cool New Motorcycles at AIMExpo 2024

We’re at the 2024 American International Motorcycle Exposition (AIMExpo) in Las Vegas, where nearly 200 vendors from around the world are displaying the latest motorcycles and products to dealers, media, and other industry insiders. Here are 21 cool new motorcycles we’ve seen at the show.

New Motorcycles AIMExpo 2025 CFMOTO 450CL-C
2025 CFMOTO 450CL-C

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New Motorcycles AIMExpo 2025 CFMOTO Ibex 450
2025 CFMOTO Ibex 450

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New Motorcycles AIMExpo 2024 CFMOTO Papio SS
2024 CFMOTO Papio SS

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New Motorcycles AIMExpo 2024 GasGas ES 500
2024 GasGas ES 500

New Motorcycles AIMExpo 2024 Kawasaki Ninja 7 Hybrid ABS
2024 Kawasaki Ninja 7 Hybrid ABS

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New Motorcycles AIMExpo 2024 KTM 890 SMT
2024 KTM 890 SMT

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New Motorcycles AIMExpo 2024 KTM 1390 Super Duke R Evo
2024 KTM 1390 Super Duke R Evo

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New Motorcycles AIMExpo 2024 Moto Guzzi Stelvio
2024 Moto Guzzi Stelvio

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New Motorcycles AIMExpo 2024 Moto Morini Calibro
2024 Moto Morini Calibro

New Motorcycles AIMExpo 2025 Moto Morini Corsaro Sport
2025 Moto Morini Corsaro Sport

New Motorcycles AIMExpo 2025 Moto Morini X-Cape 1200
2025 Moto Morini X-Cape 1200

New Motorcycles AIMExpo 2024 MV Agusta LXP Orioli
2024 MV Agusta LXP Orioli

New Motorcycles AIMExpo 2024 MV Agusta Rush 1000
2024 MV Agusta Rush 1000

New Motorcycles AIMExpo 2024 MV Agusta Superveloce 98
2024 MV Agusta Superveloce 98

New Motorcycles AIMExpo 2024 Suzuki GSX-8R
2024 Suzuki GSX-8R

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New Motorcycles AIMExpo 2024 Suzuki GSX-S1000GX+
2024 Suzuki GSX-S1000GX+

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New Motorcycles AIMExpo 2024 Suzuki Hayabusa 25th Anniversary Edition
2024 Suzuki Hayabusa 25th Anniversary Edition

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New Motorcycles AIMExpo 2024 Triumph Scrambler 400 X
2024 Triumph Scrambler 400 X

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New Motorcycles AIMExpo 2024 Triumph Speed 400
2024 Triumph Speed 400

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New Motorcycles AIMExpo 2024 Triumph TF 250-X
2024 Triumph TF 250-X

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New Motorcycles AIMExpo Yamaha Tricera Concept
Yamaha Tricera Concept

Check out more new bikes in Rider’s 2024 Motorcycle Buyers Guide 

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2024 KTM 1390 Super Duke R Evo Review | First Look 

2024 KTM 1390 Super Duke R Evo
2024 KTM 1390 Super Duke R Evo

In celebration of 30 years of the Duke, KTM has announced an upgrade to the KTM 1390 Super Duke R Evo. For 2024, “The Beast” is even stronger with a 49cc bump in displacement, updated styling that celebrates the lineage of the Duke platform, and improved suspension, ergonomics, and electronics. 

2024 KTM 1390 Super Duke R Evo

The Beast has grown since its 2007 KTM 990 Super Duke origins. For model year 2024, the 1,301cc LC8 V-Twin from the 1290 Super Duke gets bored out from 108mm to 110mm for a displacement of 1,350cc, and a new camshaft allows for two separate valve lifts depending on rpm. The redesigned airbox has a shorter stack height, and the new throttle bodies have an increased inlet diameter of 60mm (up from 56mm). Additionally, 5th and 6th gears have been revised for better use of the rpm range. 

Related: 2022 KTM 1290 Super Duke R Evo | Road Test Review 

2024 KTM 1390 Super Duke R Evo

The new model also receives upgraded suspension with the latest generation of WP’s Semi-Active Technology that provides a range of adjustability. The Suspension Control Unit adjusts damping rates in real time based on information from the IMU, and all suspension settings can be managed through the 5-inch full-color TFT display. Five damping modes are also available on the display: Auto, Comfort, Rain, Street, and Sport. 

For even more suspension customization possibilities, the optional Suspension Pro pack adds two more suspension modes (Track and Pro), three preload settings (Low, Standard, and High), and an Anti-Dive setting. Also included in the package is Factory Start, which automatically reduces shock preload to lower the rear when coming to a stop. 

2024 KTM 1390 Super Duke R Evo

The Super Duke’s ergonomics receive an upgrade for 2024 with a focus on performance. The tank is angled outwards for better rider support while hanging off into corners, and the handlebar has been moved lower for better control. 

Slowing down The Beast are Brembo braking components, including dual 4-piston Stylema monoblock front calipers biting 320mm discs and a 2-piston rear caliper with a 240mm disc. A new Brembo multiple-click-system master cylinder is also included. The Super Duke also gets new tires in the form of Michelin Power GP tires for better grip and a lighter weight. 

Related: 2024 KTM 890 SMT Review | First Look 

The Beast has been known for its aggressive styling, and that is even more evident in the 2024 1390 Super Duke R Evo. The model gets a new LED headlight unit, new tank spoilers, and new winglets, and fuel tank capacity has been increased from 4.2 to 4.6 gallons. 

2024 KTM 1390 Super Duke R Evo

The Beast’s new styling is most evident in its new angular headlight unit. Position and daytime running lights are located along the edges and are auto-adjustable, and the automatic low beam is in the center. 

Upgrades to the 5-inch TFT display include new graphics and a redesigned menu structure intended to offer faster access to features with fewer clicks required. The Tire Pressure Monitor System has been upgraded with more accurate software and shows tire pressures on the TFT, and it now offers custom pressure settings for track use. 

2024 KTM 1390 Super Duke R Evo

Related: 2024 KTM 1290 Super Adventure S and Super Adventure R Review | First Look 

The 2024 KTM 1390 Super Duke R Evo comes with three ride modes as standard (Rain, Street, and Sport), and two optional modes (Performance and Track). Each mode manages power, traction control, and throttle response. Performance mode allows for customization of traction control, throttle response, anti-wheelie control, and launch control. In Track mode, the same level of customization is available but with a “ready to race” focus with two display settings that focus on lap times and other race-focused data.

2024 KTM 1390 Super Duke R Evo

Other optional technology includes cruise control, Engine Brake Control (adjustable among five levels), anti-wheelie mode (adjustable among five levels), and KTMconnect. 

The 2024 KTM 1390 Super Duke R Evo will be available in orange with red highlights or black with orange highlights. Pricing has not yet been announced. 

Visit the KTM website for more information. 

Check out more new/updated bikes in Rider’s 2024 Motorcycle Buyers Guide 

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2024 KTM 790 Adventure Review | First Look

2024 KTM 790 Adventure in white with orange graphics
2024 KTM 790 Adventure in white with orange graphics

Adding to KTM’s list of recent announcements, including the reintroduction of the SMT line with the 2024 KTM 890 SMT and a new generation of single-cylinder engines dubbed the “LC4c” found in the KTM 390 Duke and 250 Duke, the company has released details on the 2024 KTM 790 Adventure, redesigned in Mattighofen, Austria.

KTM calls the bike an ideal “first taste” for riders who are looking to try out the adventure segment. Rider would agree, having awarded the 2019 Motorcycle of the Year honor to the KTM 790 Adventure. In our Tour Test of the bike, our reviewer called it “an eminently capable lightweight ADV tourer that was designed for excursions into some pretty gnarly territory.”

2024 KTM 790 Adventure

Related: 2019 KTM 790 Adventure | Tour Test Review

The 2024 KTM 790 Adventure still has the 799cc parallel-Twin LC8c with DOHC, but KTM says the bike is now more stable at constant speed and has gained more cornering poise thanks to a 20% increase in rotating mass. Reworked Dell’Orto throttle bodies bring a cleaner and more efficient connection due to the enhanced combustion, and the knock control sensor results in a higher state of ignition and better capacity for low octane fuel, which is a reassuring characteristic for the different qualities of gasoline found while traveling and addresses one of the minor gripes from our reviewer regarding the 2019 model.

2024 KTM 790 Adventure in black option
2024 KTM 790 Adventure in black option

The 790 Adventure also has a 6-speed gearbox, throttle-by-wire, a PASC slip/assist clutch, a new airbox, and a reconfigured optional Quickshifter+. The bike also benefits from the latest 6-axis IMU that can be found on larger KTM siblings like the KTM 890 Adventure R and KTM 1290 Super Adventure models and which informs the Cornering Motorcycle Traction Control and other aspects such as ABS, Motor Slip Regulation (optional), and three standard ride modes – Street, Offroad, and Rain – as well as the optional Rally mode. ABS modes now automatically switch between the ride modes, removing the need for more configuration. Demo mode allows sampling of the full electronic rider aids suite for the first 1,500 km. 

See all of Rider’s KTM coverage here.  

WP Apex suspension includes a 43mm inverted fork and a preload-adjustable shock with 7.9 inches of front/rear travel. Braking comes from dual 4-piston calipers clamping down on 320mm discs up front and a 260mm disc in the back. The bike still rides on 21/18-inch front/rear tires, but they’re wrapped in new Pirelli Scorpion STR tires with large tread blocks for more of an off-road focus.

2024 KTM 790 Adventure

The 790 Adventure has 9.1 inches of ground clearance, an adjustable seat height (33/33.8 in.), and a 5.3-gallon fuel tank, which follows the flow and lines of the bike to where a new front mask gives way to an integrated fairing. A new higher windscreen provides more wind protection, a larger aluminum engine guard is fitted as standard, and the plastics (injected molded with graphics for more resistance) have also been reshaped to guard the tank and seat against unwanted knocks.

2024 KTM 790 Adventure

The lights are full LED, and the bike has a new 5-inch TFT that reacts to ambient lighting and utilizes a redesigned menu system of new infographics for faster and easier customization.

2024 KTM 790 Adventure

In addition to Rally mode and MSR, other optional features include KTMconnect with Bluetooth connectivity, Quickshifter+, heated grips, a heated seat, and cruise control.

The 2024 KTM 790 Adventure will arrive in December 2024 in two new colorways: white with orange graphics or a black option. Pricing has not yet been announced.

2024 KTM 790 Adventure in white with orange graphics
2024 KTM 790 Adventure in white with orange graphics

For more information, visit the KTM website.  

Check out more new/updated bikes in Rider’s 2024 Motorcycle Buyers Guide 

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2024 KTM 890 SMT Review | First Look

2024 KTM 890 SMT
Former AMA Superbike and Supermoto rider Chris Fillmore took the 2024 KTM 890 SMT on a Sardinian Mountain climb.

KTM has announced the reintroduction of the SMT line with the 2024 KTM 890 SMT. Last seen in the U.S. more than a decade with the KTM 990 Supermoto T, the platform blends the rowdy playfulness of a supermoto with the practicality of a sport-tourer. 

2024 KTM 890 SMT

The 2024 KTM 890 SMT features an 889cc LC8c parallel-Twin with DOHC and dual balancer shafts, the same platform behind the KTM 890 Adventure R with a 20% increase in rotating mass over the KTM 790 platform. KTM calls the bike a “purposeful model” between its adventure and street product ranges. The new SMT has 46 mm dual Dell’Orto throttle bodies, throttle-by-wire, a 6-speed gearbox, and a PASC slip/assist clutch. 

Related: 2021 KTM 890 Adventure R | Long-Term Ride Review 

The three standard ride modes – Sport, Street, and Rain – can be expanded by an optional Track setting that permits the rider to toggle different amounts of throttle modes and traction control through 10 levels. The SMT also has cornering Motorcycle Traction Control (MTC). Demo Mode allows sampling of the full electronic rider aids suite for the first 1,500 km.  

2024 KTM 890 SMT

From an ergonomic and aerodynamic standpoint, the 4.2-gallon tank has been slimmed and designed specifically for the KTM 890 SMT. The form of the tank slides the rider even farther into the bike with a wide contact patch but still compact enough for free and flowing movement, aided by the single-piece Supermoto-shaped 33.8-inch seat. The SMT offers six different handlebar positions within a 1.2-inch range, and the aerodynamics-optimized smoked windscreen is placed just above the double fender with a low splash guard on the fork legs.  

2024 KTM 890 SMT
Former AMA Superbike and Supermoto rider Chris Fillmore took the 2024 KTM 890 SMT on a Sardinian Mountain climb.

See all of Rider’s KTM coverage here. 

Chassis-wise, the KTM 890 SMT has a chromoly trellis frame with a tighter geometry and the engine as a stressed member. The WP Apex rear shock is angled farther to reduce the seat height and accommodate the longer swingarm, contributing to a forward riding position as well as reported straight-line stability. In the front is a 43mm inverted WP Apex open-cartridge fork. Suspension front and rear is fully adjustable and offers 7.1 inches of travel. The bike rides on 17-inch wheels shod with Michelin PowerGP tires. Stopping power comes from a 4-piston caliper grabbing a 320mm front disc and a 2-piston caliper and 260mm disc in the back. Cornering ABS with Supermoto mode is standard. 

2024 KTM 890 SMT

The 5-inch multifunctional TFT display is made from optically bonded mineral glass and is scratch- and glare-resistant and comes with a USB connector, reworked intuitive graphics, and Turn-by-Turn+ navigation (KTMConnect app needed). 

Optional add-ons include heated grips and the chance to add Motor Slip Regulation for better control in low grip situations and for fast downshifts. Quickshifter+ and cruise control are also optional and ready to go with a simple activation process. 

The 2024 KTM 890 SMT will be available in December. Pricing has not yet been announced. 

For more information, visit the KTM website.  

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2024 KTM 1290 Super Adventure S and Super Adventure R Review | First Look

2024 KTM 1290 Super Adventure S
2024 KTM 1290 Super Adventure S

KTM has announced the return of the KTM 1290 Super Adventure S and Super Adventure R for 2024, high-performance ADV bikes tailored to the street (S) and off-road (R). Both bikes return with the features riders have grown to appreciate over the years, as well as new color and graphic schemes.

2024 KTM 1290 Super Adventure R
2024 KTM 1290 Super Adventure R

According to KTM, “While the KTM 1290 Super Adventure S will pound the roads and cope with the dust, gravel and light, loose ground, the ‘R’ is orientated for hardcore offroad adventurers who want and need premium kit to level any landscape or terrain.”

The KTM 1290 Super Adventure S and Super Adventure R are both powered by a 1,301cc LC8 V-Twin mated to a 6-speed Pankl transmission and a PASC slip/assist clutch. The heart of the bikes is regulated by a Bosch 6D IMU that provides inputs for the ride modes (Sport, Street, Offroad, Rain, and optional Rally, which includes 9-levels of adjustable MTC intervention), Motorcycle Traction Control, cornering ABS, cornering lights, and (on the S) electronic suspension. When we put the 2022 KTM 1290 Super Adventure R on Jett Tuning’s dyno in Sport mode, the bike produced 126 hp at 9,100 rpm and 88 lb-ft of torque at 8,000 rpm at the rear wheel. In Off-road mode, it made 81 hp at 6,600 rpm and 62 lb-ft of torque at 6,900 rpm. 

2024 KTM 1290 Super Adventure R
2024 KTM 1290 Super Adventure R

Rider EIC Greg Drevenstedt has reviewed both the 2022 KTM 1290 Super Adventure R and 2018 KTM 1290 Super Adventure S. While we’re not sure about no trail being of reach, he said of the Super Adventure R that it can “take you to places well off the beaten path,” and when it came to the S, he said that “regardless of the condition of the pavement or the radius of the curve, the KTM is unflappable.” 

See all of Rider‘s KTM coverage here.

2024 KTM 1290 Super Adventure S
2024 KTM 1290 Super Adventure S
2024 KTM 1290 Super Adventure R
2024 KTM 1290 Super Adventure R

Both bikes have a 22-lb chromoly stainless-steel frame and vertically stacked LEDs with low beam, high beam, and cornering lights that illuminate sequentially as lean angle increases. The seat on the R is fixed at 34.6 inches, while the S has a height-adjustable seat (33.4 or 34.2 inches). Ground clearance also differs, with 9.5 inches on the R compared with 8.7 inches on the S. Additionally, the R offers adjustable handlebar positions, engine guards, and a skid plate.

2024 KTM 1290 Super Adventure R
2024 KTM 1290 Super Adventure R

The Super Adventure S has WP semi-active suspension damping and anti-dive (WP Suspension Pro is an optional upgrade, as is Quickshifter+) offering 7.9 inches of travel front and back. The R features WP XPLOR fully adjustable suspension, with a 48mm split- cartridge fork, a Progressive Damping System rear shock, and 8.7 inches of travel at both ends. The S rides on 19-inch front and 17-inch rear tires, compared with 21/18 on the R.  

2024 KTM 1290 Super Adventure S
2024 KTM 1290 Super Adventure S

Stopping power is the same on both bikes, with a 320mm disc up front and 267mm in the back. Offroad ABS mode allows for dirt-specific ABS application on the front wheel while disengaging the rear ABS.

2024 KTM 1290 Super Adventure R
2024 KTM 1290 Super Adventure R

Both bikes also have a 7-inch TFT display for full control over the ride modes, suspension, ABS settings, and adaptive cruise control. Additionally, the KTMConnect App boasts Turn-by-Turn+ guidance and waypoint markers while on the go and without having to stop and adjust any mobile device. The same functionality also extends to audio tracks and listing ‘Favorites’ when it comes to phone calls. 

2024 KTM 1290 Super Adventure S

The KTM PowerParts collection includes additional gear and protection for the 2023 KTM 1290 Super Adventure bikes, such as extra protective parts, aesthetic touches through detailing, or travel items like luggage, racks, and bags.

The 2024 KTM 1290 Super Adventure S comes in a new gray color scheme with prominent black and hints of orange. The R has a new sporting white color and graphic scheme. Pricing has not yet been announced.

2024 KTM 1290 Super Adventure R
2024 KTM 1290 Super Adventure R

For more information, visit the KTM website.

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2024 KTM 390 Duke and 250 Duke Review | First Look 

2024 KTM 390 Duke Electric Orange
2024 KTM 390 Duke in Electric Orange

KTM has announced two small-displacement naked-bike models – the 390 Duke and 250 Duke – that brings what the company says is “more punching power, improved handling, and clear differentiation of attitude between the displacements.”  

KTM added that the new models represent the biggest change to the sub-500cc capacity Duke model range since the first KTM 390 Duke. The result is a complete redesign with new engines, an all-new chassis concept, and new styling. 

Related: KTM 390 Duke Review | Road Test 

Both bikes feature an entirely new generation of single-cylinder engines dubbed the “LC4c” – including displacements of 250cc and 399cc – that have been completely redesigned with newly optimized cylinder heads and gearboxes, as well as meeting the latest emissions standards. They also feature throttle-by-wire, a new Power Assist Slipper Clutch (PASC), and optional Quickshifter+. 

Related: KTM 200 Duke, 390 Duke, 890 Duke, and 1290 Super Duke R | Comparison Review 

2024 KTM 390 Duke Atlantic Blue
2024 KTM 390 Duke in Atlantic Blue

The new LC4c engine in the 390 Duke represents a bump in displacement from the previous 373cc mill, but not only is it more powerful than the previous generation, it’s also lighter. The 250 Duke also features an improved power-to-weight ratio over the previous generation 200 Duke, with a new SOHC design that is lighter and simpler with fewer components. 

2024 KTM 250 Duke Electric Orange
2024 KTM 250 Duke in Electric Orange

The 390 Duke boasts a 43mm WP APEX open-cartridge fork with five-click adjustment on rebound and compression and a split-piston rear shock with adjustable rebound and preload. This means handling can be tailored to perfectly match the rider’s needs. Suspension on the 250 Duke is taken care of by a nonadjustable 43mm WP APEX open-cartridge big-piston fork and a WP APEX emulsion shock with preload adjustability. Travel is 5.9 inches front and rear on both bikes. 

2024 KTM 390 Duke

For stopping power, both bikes feature a radially-mounted 4-piston caliper grabbing a 320mm disc in front – a 20mm increase over the previous 200 Duke. Rear braking power has been increased on both bikes to a 2-piston caliper and 240mm disc, and both feature the latest version of cornering Supermoto ABS and cornering traction control. 

2024 KTM 250 Duke Electric Orange
2024 KTM 250 Duke

For 2024, a new two-piece frame design – comprising an all-new steel trellis main frame with a pressure die-cast aluminum subframe – enhances dynamics by augmenting torsional rigidity. This also adds improved agility and enhanced feedback from the chassis, with new triple clamps and a revised offset improving handling characteristics, control, and stability. 

2024 KTM 250 Duke Ceramic White
2024 KTM 250 Duke in Ceramic White

The frame is now also mated to a new curved lightweight swingarm, which contours around a relocated rear shock. This is mounted off-center to allow for a larger airbox design while reducing overall seat height, which KTM says was purposefully engineered into the new bikes’ design to allow for greater accessibility without compromising on stability or handling. The 390 Duke has a seat height that is adjustable between 31.4-32.2 inches, with a 31.4-inch seat height on the 250 Duke. 

2024 KTM 390 Duke Electric Orange
2024 KTM 390 Duke

Visually, the 390 has longer tank spoilers featuring prominent air intakes, larger radiator covers, and external LED positioning lights. The 250 casts a slim and compact shadow thanks to smaller tank spoilers compared to the 390 Duke and aligned with painted headlight surrounds.  

2024 KTM 390 Duke Electric Orange
2024 KTM 390 Duke in Electric Orange
2024 KTM 250 Duke Ceramic White
2024 KTM 250 Duke in Ceramic White

Both models feature a 5-inch TFT display and smartphone connectivity as standard. Each bike has Street and Rain mode, and the Track screen is available on the 390 Duke for the first time. This standard feature unlocks an enlarged rpm display, launch control, and a lap timer. Unnecessary info gets reduced to the bare minimum. 

2024 KTM 390 Duke

The 2024 KTM 390 Duke will come in KTM’s Electronic Orange or Atlantic Blue, arriving in dealerships in December, while the 2024 KTM 250 Duke will come in Electronic Orange and Ceramic White, slated for arrival in early 2024. Pricing has not yet been announced. 

For more information, visit the KTM website

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2024 KTM 990 Duke Review | First Look 

2024 KTM 990 Duke

KTM has significantly upgraded its popular middleweight naked bike for 2024. Replacing the 2023 890 Duke R is the 2024 KTM 990 Duke, with sharper styling, a new frame and swingarm, a new engine with increased horsepower and torque figures, new WP suspension components, a redesigned exhaust, and an all-new LED headlight design. 

The 2017 KTM 790 Duke, nicknamed the “Scalpel,” saw immediate success. In 2020, the model was upgraded to the 890 Duke R, followed by the 890 Duke in 2021, which returned to KTM’s lineup in 2023. The 2024 KTM 990 Duke drops the Scalpel moniker in exchange for the “Sniper,” representing the upgraded model’s focus on precision, agility, and performance. The 2024 model also comes 30 years after the first Duke, the 1994 620 Duke Single, marking 30 years of KTM Dukes. 

2024 KTM 990 Duke

Engine 

The 2024 KTM 990 Duke is powered by a new liquid-cooled 947cc parallel-Twin LC8c engine, which will have increased horsepower and torque figures, making a claimed 123 hp and 76 lb-ft of torque. The engine features more aggressive camshaft profiles and longer valve openings. The 990 Duke 2also gets an updated knock control system and a wider radiator with optimized airflow. 

Related: 2021 KTM 200 Duke, 390 Duke, 890 Duke, and 1290 Super Duke R | Comparison Review 

2024 KTM 990 Duke

The new exhaust system is complete stainless steel and has been redesigned to better suit the higher displacement. The lambda sensors have been upgraded to be more accurate at getting exact data from the exhaust for optimal tuning on the fly. 

Chassis 

The higher-powered engine is fitted into a completely new steel tube frame designed for “sporty feel and positive feedback.” The new frame design includes a revised swingarm pivot point where the frame goes down the outside of the swingarm bolt for greater stiffness. The new gravity die-cast swingarm is lighter than the previous construction by 4.8 lb and has reduced swingarm stiffness. Overall, the KTM 990 Duke has a ready-to-ride weight of 395 lb. 

2024 KTM 990 Duke

The 990 Duke gets a new seat design for 2024. Compared to the 890 Duke, the 990 Duke’s seat is angled 2 degrees upward in the front section to prevent the rider sliding forward, and the overall seat height is 32.4 inches. The passenger seat is moved up by 0.8 inch to give the passenger a better view and more comfort. 

The footpegs feature an aluminum construction with a rubber insert and are positioned for a sporty riding experience. For 2024, the shift lever has been moved closer to the footpeg for an easier reach. 

2024 KTM 990 Duke

Wheels, Tires, and Brakes 

The 2024 KTM 990 Duke also gets new wheels and tires, with 17-inch front and rear wheels shod with Bridgestone S22 tires. 

2024 KTM 990 Duke

Stopping power on the 990 Duke comes from dual 300mm discs up front paired with 4-piston radially mounted calipers and a 240mm disc in the rear. A new disc mount saves about 1.1 lb of weight on either side of the front wheel. The new disc mount together with lighter brake discs allow for a lower rotating mass for easier change of direction. KTM’s Supermoto ABS comes standard. 

Suspension 

The 990 Duke is equipped with a 43mm WP Apex inverted fork that provides 5.5 inches of travel and uses a split function technology that allows compression and rebound damping to take place in separate fork legs. Compression and rebound are adjustable through five clicks. Rear suspension comes in the form of a WP Apex Monotube shock. Rebound can be adjusted through five clicks, and preload can be adjusted manually. 

2024 KTM 990 Duke

Technology 

The Scalpel has always benefitted from plenty of tech, and that trend continues with the Sniper, including all-LED lighting, a color 5-inch TFT display, ride modes, and more. 

The 5-inch TFT dash includes scratch and glare resistance, new graphics, and a redesigned menu structure. A USB-C connection is included, and a favorites area at the bottom of the display allows riders to preset four preferences. 

2024 KTM 990 Duke

The KTM 990 Duke includes three ride modes as standard (Rain, Street, and Sport), as well as two optional ride modes (Performance and Track). Rain mode offers the smoothest throttle response and reduces max power, along with the highest traction-control setting. Street mode is the default for normal riding with full power, default throttle control, and traction control suitable for street riding. Sport mode gives the rider full power, more direct throttle control, and less traction-control intervention to allow moderate wheelspin. 

Related: KTM North America and Pierer Mobility Open New North American Headquarters 

The optional Performance mode allows the rider to customize traction control intervention and throttle control, and anti-wheelie control can be switched off. Additionally, launch control can be toggled, and cruise control is available. Track mode, also optional, allows the same customization options along with two display settings with a focus on lap times. Track mode disables cruise control. 

2024 KTM 990 Duke

Additionally, the 990 Duke comes with a Demo ride mode, which allows the rider access to all optional software for the first 1,500 kilometers free of change. Demo mode gives the rider the chance to try out the Performance and Track modes, Quickshifter+, and other software options before deciding to buy them. 

Styling 

The 990 Duke’s styling also receives an upgrade that pushes it closer to the look of the 1290 Super Duke. In celebration of 30 years of the Duke, the 990 Duke will get two all-new colorways. A new 3.8-gallon steel fuel tank design adds to the new and aggressive appearance. 

Related: 2023 Motorcycle of the Year – KTM 1290 Super Duke GT 

2024 KTM 990 Duke

Another styling upgrade comes in the form of the new angular LED headlight design. Auto-adjusting position and daytime running lights are located along the edges of the headlight, and low beam is located in the central part of the headlight. 

The 2024 KTM 990 Duke will be available in orange or black color options with an MSRP of $12,500. For more information, visit the KTM website

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2024 KTM 890 Adventure R Rally Review | First Look

2024 KTM 890 Adventure R Rally

Since its class-disrupting debut in 2019, which earned Rider’s Motorcycle of the Year award for the 790 Adventure and 790 Adventure R, KTM’s middleweight adventure touring lineup has steadily improved. The tip of the off-road spear is the KTM 890 Adventure R Rally, which has been updated for 2024. Only 700 will be available worldwide.

Related: 2023 KTM 890 Adventure | First Ride Review

2024 KTM 890 Adventure R Rally

Based on the 890 Adventure R, the Rally has the same 889cc LC8c parallel-Twin that made 90 hp at 8,200 rpm and 62 lb-ft of torque at 6,200 rpm at the rear wheel when we last tested it in 2021. The Rally is fitted with an Akrapovič slip-on titanium silencer that’s 35% lighter than the stock can. The 6-speed transmission is paired with a slip/assist clutch.

2024 KTM 890 Adventure R Rally

Suspension is the biggest upgrade on the 890 Adventure R Rally. It’s equipped with a WP Xplor Pro 7548 fork with cone valve technology that KTM claims is the “absolute best suspension currently available.” Out back is a WP Xplor Pro 6746 shock with progressive damping. There’s full adjustability and 10.6 inches of travel front and rear, which is 1.2 inches more than on the standard 890 Adventure R.

2024 KTM 890 Adventure R Rally

The Rally stands apart from its stablemates with graphics inspired by KTM’s Factory Racing team as well as a dedicated rally seat and rally footpegs. Extra protection comes courtesy of carbon fiber tank guards, an engine protection grill, and an aluminum master cylinder guard. A Supersprox-Stealth rear sprocket adds to the premium build quality, and a steering damper is standard.

2024 KTM 890 Adventure R Rally

Rolling on special high-strength spoked Excel wheels (tubes required) in 21- x 2.15-inch front and 18- x 4.00-inch rear sizes, the Rally is fitted with Mitas Enduro Trail tires.

2024 KTM 890 Adventure R Rally

The KTM 890 Adventure R Rally has Motorcycle Traction Control, ABS with Road and Offroad modes, and three standard ride modes (Street, Offroad, and Rain). The Tech Pack adds Rally mode, Motor Slip Regulation, Quickshifter+, and cruise control. The KTMconnect app pairs the bike to a smartphone via Bluetooth and features Turn-By-Turn+ navigation on the 5-inch TFT display.

2024 KTM 890 Adventure R Rally

In addition, 34 lucky people who purchase a KTM 890 Adventure R Rally will get an exclusive opportunity to ride with KTM legends (like Johnny Aubert) at the Ultimate KTM Desert Experience. The event will take place in Morocco, with the option to choose from two dates: March 3-7 or March 7-11, 2024. Participants will be offered a full-factory style package including the use of a fully prepped bike provided by KTM with all the necessary technical support required for desert exploration, transport during the trip and luxury accommodation for a four-night stay, plus one special night camping with KTM in the desert for the total price of $5,400. With three days of riding in the area where the KTM Factory Racing Team does its rally testing, a dedicated and fully guided route, and a prepared KTM 890 Adventure R Rally, this event will be the trip of a lifetime.

2024 KTM 890 Adventure R Rally

The 2024 KTM 890 Adventure R Rally has an MSRP of $21,499. KTM will begin taking preorders on September 20, 2023, and bikes will begin arriving early 2024. For more information, visit KTM’s website.

2024 KTM 890 Adventure R Rally

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