KTM Introducing Road-Oriented 890 Adventure Bike

A Third Brother For The 890 ADV Lineup

Following the unveiling of KTM’s 2021 890 Aventure R and Rally versions, we’re blessed with third and final addition to the 890 Adventure lineup today with an iteration more catered to street riding.

With a road-ready version of the 890 adventure here to add to the ever-growing lineup of mid-size motorcycles, it’s easy to say KTM is looking to corner off a section of the market they have yet to venture into.

when I got into motorcycles, KTM didn’t have a lot of options for me to choose from. Between the 390 Duke and the 1290 Super Duke, KTM left me with a large gap for a mid-size option to start my motorcycle hobby on. I went with the Yamaha FJ-09 as I wasn’t interested in buying a 360 Duke for me to grow out of it after my first month of riding.

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It appears like they are trying to remedy this issue with their recent line up of bikes utilizing the 890 platform; including their new 890 Duke R, they now have a lush lineup of bikes for intermediate riders to get their hands on. 

The 890 Adventure platform that these 3 bikes are based on all feature Cromium-Molybdenum-Steel frames, handguards, spoke rims, a bash plate, high placement of the exhaust, and a few extra bonus features that make ADV riding easier.

This new street-oriented version features a different windscreen, no front mudguard, and street tires.

The 889cc engine that KTM is using to power all bikes in this displacement-class bestows this ADV motorcycle with a very manageable 105 horsepower and 73 lb-ft of torque.

Currently, we have no information on pricing but KTM states this new rendition of the 890 Adventure should be available for purchase next month.

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