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Man did I stumble across the ultimate sit up style naked street beginners bike, and you could say it's very viable for advance riders as well as this little beast was just packed with high end features.
How many of these features would some of us wish Victory had added to our bikes.

1. Stout 43mm inverted forks with mono tube in rear.
2. Giant 320 mm front rotor w/ 4 piston Brembo brakes.
3. Three electronically adjustable Bosch ABS modes...on (front and rear), off, and front only.
4. Digital display with a plethora of smart phone like settings on touch screen and blue tooth capable so you can pair your phone to it for calls on the road and listen too limitless music and podcasts.
5. Proper built in volume and track/phone controls on handlebars.
6. Electronic fuel injection
7. super bright LED headlight
8. new style Slipper clutch setup
9. Adjustable rev limiter automatically turned on after 1000 mile break in period.
10. Mag wheels.
11. super grippy tires.
12. 44hp / 108mph.
13. Display auto night sensing.
14. ladder style chassis.
15. 32.7" seat with passenger pillion, pegs, and grab rail.
16. The bike can record all your riding events for download.
17. 328.5lbs.
18. Saddle bags and top case available.
19. Super fuel efficient
20. clock, tach, trip, trip computer, fuel gauge, temp gauge, service reminder.
21. Counter balanced smooth running water cooled single cylinder w/ DOHC
22. 12.9:1 compression
23. skid plate
24. Ride by wire
25. Compression and rebound adjustable in front and back
27. 2017 KTM Duke 390
28. Won the best beginners bike for 2017.
29. I saw them on sale with rebates for just a tic over $4,000 plus all the who and ha.

 

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Looks fun.

I was just telling the wife I needed a small zip around bike.
 

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Looks fun.

I was just telling the wife I needed a small zip around bike.
I got my daughter to sit on it and she could reach the ground but was on her toes. I figured if we dialed down the preload a bit she would fit it fine. One of the reviews I've seen had a 6'6" guys on it so it seems to accommodate everyone. Damn good buy IMO.
 
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