Articles about KTM Duke 390

Nevertheless, we can still say the bike’s fairly priced here in our market
‘The Scalpel’ is priced at P1,000/cc of displacement
When describing motorcycles or other items of passion, it's inevitable for metaphors to seep into the conversation.They can be as subtle or overt as one wants them to be, but when a brand starts calling its latest bike "The Scalpel",
Happening on February 25
Dukers, are you ready for some action?If you're itching for speed, suit up and prep your Duke motorbike because KTM Philippines is hosting tomorrow, February 25, the country's first Dukehana. Named after the term Gymkhana motorsport challenge, it is
First PH-made Duke 390 unveiled
Fulfilling its promise of boosting the local economy and generating employment for more Filipinos, KTM Asia Motorcycle Manufacturing, Inc. (KAMMI) has officially opened its state-of-the-art manufacturing facility of the premium Austrian motorcycle brand at the Laguna Technopark in Sta.
Local manufacturer accorded tax incentives
Here's good news for 'Orange' fanatics in the local motorycle communities.Since we started publishing topics related to Adventure Cycle Philippines, Inc. (ACPI), the local distributor and manufacturer of KTM motorcycles, Moto Sapiens has been flooded with the question: Will the
CKD units have arrived
Something to look forward to in 2017, guys. Beginning on the first week of January 2017, Filipino motorcycle enthusiasts will be seeing more orange.KTM Philippines' chief operating officer Dino Santos said that the assembly plant of the Austrian brand in Laguna
Its engine doesn't meet 400cc limit
When we published our latest KTM article, some asked if the 390 series was allowed on expressways. This is because both the Duke 390 and the RC 390, as indicated by their names, have an engine displacement close to (but still under)
Better pricing for these, hopefully
The motorcycle you see above is the popular KTM Duke 200. It is one of four models Ayala Corporation will manufacture in the Philippines beginning next year. Ayala has secured the exclusive distributorship rights to the Austrian motorcycle brand, and part of
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