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2010 Ktm Rc8r on 2040-motos

US $9,500.00
YearYear:2010 MileageMileage:14 ColorColor: White

Gilbert, Arizona, United States

Gilbert, Arizona, United States
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KTM RC8R photos

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KTM RC8R tech info

Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):1,190 WarrantyWarranty:Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty TypeType:Sport Bike For Sale ByFor Sale By:Private Seller

KTM RC8R description

I have a very nice 2010 KTM RC8r in the rare flat white color!  

This bike has been always maintained and taken care of!!

I absolutely LOVE this bike, but buying a house and have decided to sell it.

Brand new tires on front and back, maybe 100 miles on them! 

I also have jackets, gloves, and a helmet I will throw in! 

Bike RUNS GREAT!  Fun to ride!!

Also includes factory manuals and service manuals on DVD!

I can assist in shipping, or prep bike for shipment at no charge,  but shipping costs are the responsibility of the buyer.

Bike has a small scratch on right side as noted in picture

Moto blog

KTM Developing Faired and Touring Versions of 390 Duke

Mon, 03 Dec 2012

KTM has carved out a niche recently in the small-displacement streetbike market with its Duke lineup of naked motorcycles. First came the 125 Duke, then the 200 Duke, and more recently unveiled at EICMA, the 390 Duke, which we hope will be the first in the family to make it to the U.S. All three little Dukes have similar chassis and streetfighter styling, with the engine displacement being the main difference between them.

Small-Displacement Class Considered for 2015 AMA Pro Racing Season

Wed, 04 Dec 2013

More and more manufacturers are entering the small-displacement sportbike market and AMA Pro Racing has taken notice, opening the possibility of adding a new racing class representing the growing segment. With plans to consolidate the Daytona Sportbike and Supersport classes and the Vance & Hines Harley-Davidson series signed through 2015, a spot will open up on race weekends for another racing class to support the premier Superbike Championship. The logical choice is to introduce a new small-displacement class.

Rok Bagoros' stunt KTM 690 Duke

Thu, 26 Apr 2012

KTM's official stunt rider Rok Bagoros has stepped up from his 125 Duke to this factory prepared 690 Duke. However, as seen in this video, his first test on the bike hasn't been plain sailing. Chatting with me about his new bike this morning, Rok said: "The 690 Duke goes like a rocket in comparison to a Japanese bike, it has a lot of torque and really good power in the low revs." When asked about his first ride on the 690 Duke, after being at home with the 125cc machine in his stunt shows over the past year, he added: "I have to really respect this bike, because it throws me around like a mad bull.