Here she is - a proper civilized street supermoto. The right beast to carry you wherever you want to go - on the street, on the goat roads, in the twisties, on the track, on roadtrips, up and down stairs, you name it.
You know how the roads have been fuxxored from all of the rains?
This bike lets you take those back.
690ccs of whee-tastic fun. A perfect hoon bike - with a dash of practicality. You can wheelie, and you can go on a trip. You can assault the backroads, and you can assault downtown SF on a commute.
It comes stock with a slipper clutch. A proper slipper, that works even on the track, not a token for the stat sheets.
This particular example has never been down. It's got just over 4000 miles, and it's been stored indoors and well-taken-care-of. It doesn't burn a drop of oil, and runs like a top.
Clean CA title in hand, current reg. It comes with the cool little KTM portfolio bag for the manual. And it has just the right upgrades:
Full Arrow exhaust system, with removable quiet insert if you hate yourneighbors. The stock exhaust is not just heavy and ugly, it makes changing the oil a pain in the rear.
DNA Stage 2 airbox cover.
Bazzaz Z-FI fuel controllerwith Bazzaz Z-AFM (basically, an autotuning module), with exhaust O2 sensor.
Solo cowl, because it looks cool.
Fender eliminator with LED tail-light, because the stock fender is a crime against humanity.
Rizoma bar - lighter aluminum bar, a little lower than stock. (Stock bar also included.)
KTM powerparts aluminum brake reservoir cover (not just bling, the stock was too flexy and would 'weep' a little).
KTM powerparts aluminum oil fill cap.
ASV brake lever - more adjustability than the stocker.
Puig 'light smoke' windscreen - it does a shockingly good job of reducing wind blast. (It is not on in the pics - it goes on and off very easily with 4 allen bolts.)
KTM tank pad, to keep your zipper from marking up the prettiness.
Shortened kickstand. This bike came with the same kickstand as the 690R, which is a taller bike. This kickstand actually lets the bike lean over a little.
Battery tender lead and swingarm spools, for easy maintenance.
KTM powerparts bar ends for more orange.
Aluminum valve caps for even more orange.
That cool KTM messenger bag that the owners' manual comes in.
Available for sale with the bike or separately - SW-Motech rear seat rack. It lets you carry cargo without the low weight restriction that the racks that dangle off of the back give you.
Pick up this sexiness for only $6200.