2021 KTM 890 Duke revealed

The 890 Duke replaces the 790 Duke for the 2021 model year.

KTM has unveiled the 890 Duke naked street bike which replaces the 790 Duke for the 2021 model year.

The styling of the 890 Duke is exactly what you would expect from a KTM naked bike. The bike looks aggressive with its twin LED headlamps and single side-mounted exhaust that tucks in under the stepped seat.

The 890 Duke is powered by an 889cc, parallel-twin engine which produces 113 BHP and 92 Nm. KTM claims that the bike has better stability as the rotating mass of the engine has increased by 20%.

The bike is equipped with 43 mm UP Apex upside down fork suspension at the front and gets a monoshock at the rear. The brake setup consists of twin 300 mm discs up front and a single disc brake at the rear along with Cornering ABS.

Other features include traction control, riding modes, wheelie control, 6D lean angle sensor with inertial measurement unit (IMU) and bi-directional quick-shifter.

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