KTM 1090 Adventure 2017
Those who want to travel far and fast, don’t need a lot. Just the best. So we built the KTM 1090 ADVENTURE to be light on its feet, yet adequately equipped and easier to ride than ever. Easy on your wallet too. Nevertheless, multi-mode traction control and ABS come as standard and the engine is built using the same state-of-the art technology as the KTM 1290 SUPER ADVENTURE models. Even though this V-twin is a little smaller, it still delivers 125 hp (92 kW). Also available as type KTM Adventure L with 70 kW A3 and 35 kW A2. The featherweight chassis and well-balanced suspension team up with prize-winning Metzeler Tourance Next tires to take you wherever you dare, whenever you want. All fun, no bulk – this bike is made to load up on adrenaline instead.
The advanced V-twin engine with a 1,050cc displacement supplies everything a Travel Enduro could ever need: powerful acceleration, real punch for fully loaded touring and 125 hp (92 kW) peak power for when the chips are down. Low fuel consumption and long service intervals of 15,000 km mean the bike is easy on the wallet too. And did you know that KTM easily clocks up 1.5 million kilometers every year while testing their new street bike engines? Advanced, but proven technology make the 1090 twin an excellent engine to use in an adventure bike. Twin spark ignition lowers fuel consumption and emissions and ensures smooth running and superior power from minimum revs, Ride-by-wire ensures perfect application of the plentiful and readily available torque. Traction control (TC) assures sporty yet completely controllable drive on every surface. The slipper clutch prevents rear wheel chatter and reduces required hand force at the lever when changing gears. EURO 4 homologated.
5.61 l/100 km
1560 ± 15 mm
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