When the new KTM 1190 Adventure R arrived at Touratech-USA, our team was eager to install some important protective parts including the new Expedition Skid Plate and Quick-Release Headlight Guard. We also equipped the KTM with a set of Zega Pro panniers, a Zega Pro Topcase, Expandable Touring Tankbag, Large Sidestand Foot and a GPS Mounting Bracket.
How does KTM’s 1190 stack up against the company’s legendary 990? Watch this video to find out.
Electric anticipation surrounds the shipment of KTM's new 1190 Adventure R. Replacing the tried-and-true 990 Adventure, KTM's new 1190 is a 148hp, gravel-eating adventure motorcycle offering precise handling, class-leading braking, and a suspension capable of handling even the most extreme off-road conditions.
With the release of their new 1190 Adventure, the highly anticipated replacement of their 990 Adventure model, KTM enthusiasts and adventure motorcyclist alike are eager to know why they should throw a leg over the new 1190. Here are 11 reasons to do it.
Touratech has set a new standard for engine protection with their new line of Expedition Skid Plates. Built to withstand the rigors of a serious expedition or a wild weekend ride, Touratech’s Expedition Skid Plate features a stainless steel sub-mount, 4mm thick aluminum construction and replaceable polyamide nylon sliders.
Touratech-USA’s General Manager, Paul Guillien and Chief Riding Officer, Iain Glynn took both models of thenew KTM 1190 out for a test ride this weekend. Here are their first impressions about the new bikes.
With the U.S. release of KTM’s new 1190 Adventure motorcycle just weeks away, Touratech has announced a line of adventure touring accessories designed specifically for KTM’s new adventure bike.
Comparing motorcycles can take a lot of time, so we've put together this short list, highlighting some of the most important information regarding KTM's new 1190 Adventure motorcycle.
Join us in Steamboat Springs, CO for the 10th annual KTM Adventure Rider Rally.
A few weeks ago, Tom Myers, Paul Guillien and Matt Willson from Touratech-USA travelled to Cologne, Germany for the 2012 INTERMOT motorcycle show.