Hi, i am a owner of a precious and beatiful duke 790 since june. Sorry for my english is awful but i try to improve it. Thank you for all your knowledge, for me is a big helpful when i have dubts. See you on road!
Hmmm - Some of the roads around El Escorial are going to become less fun.
The village I work in is already anti-Bike. One road especially gets a lot of youtube posts for guys doing really hairy stuff.
Cruz-Verde to Robledo. Doing it - OK - but publishing it is like asking for your own made to measure noose.
Well one of the riders came off yesterday - his bike exploded and there is now a level 2 forest fire. All on video.
Think we can expect that they will put a really low speed limit on the road now. And police it. Thank you so friggin much.
It's not the way I go to work - but ....... it is the thin end of the wedge. Just watch.
I found out, btw, because the fire has burnt all the telecoms cables - so there is no Fibre Optic or copper land lines - no internet in the area.
And this morning nobody could work. Last time we had something similar took a week to fix.
Had my 790 Duke for about 6 weeks and 1600 miles now. Done all the mods I want other than suspension (cartridges, new shock) which will have to wait til I have the cash. That said I’ve been pretty impressed with the stock suspension, it’s no hardship sticking with it for now.
Howdy! Been lurking here since I picked up my 890 a few weeks ago. I sold my 701 sumo to upgrade to a more well-rounded bike and couldn't be happier. I figured I could help some people out in their research for this bike while I pick your brains as well!
Been riding since ~2001. Had a few...
I've got my 790, a 2020 MY in orange (of course) on order and am waiting for it to be pdi'd so I can collect it. It should be any day now, but the dealer is so busy they have a 3 week wait just for pdi!
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Hey folks! First 500 kms on the new 2020 790 have been AMAZING!
32nd year riding, owned dozens of different bikes over the years and I have to say this could very well be the most fun motorcycle I have ever owned!!!!!
Edmonton Alberta Canada here! Happy to be part of the KTM group now....