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KTM 790 Adventure

BS6-compliant KTM 790 Duke To Hit Our Shores Next Year!

Sep 30, 2019

The bike will be updated to Euro 5 norms for the International markets too

KTM To Bring 790 Duke’s Adventure Cousin To India!

Sep 30, 2019

India, are you ready for the Scalpel’s off-road cousin? Because we sure as hell are!


KTM Unveils More Hardcore 790 Adventure R Rally

The 790 Adventure R Rally will be limited to just 500 units worldwide

KTM 390 ADV & 790 Duke Launch Details Revealed

Dec 20, 2018

The 390 Adventure will be built in India, while the 790 Duke will be a CKD offering


Husqvarna’s New Mid-Sized Adventure Motorcycle Spied

Despite this not being anywhere close to production-spec, it is already apparent the new Husky will be based on the KTM 790 Adventure

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13 November, 2018

Top 5 Adventure Bikes From EICMA 2018

Here’s a list of the best adventure bikes showcased at EICMA 2018 which promise to offer the best of both worlds - performance and affordability


02 November, 2018

KTM Teases 790 Adventure R In Small Video Clip

KTM confirms the unveiling of the 790 Adventure R at EICMA 2018


05 February, 2018

KTM 790 Adventure R Spied Testing

The spied motorcycle seems to be very close to production-ready state


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Former Indian cricketer Mohammed Azharuddin plays a shot during an exhibition cricket match between BCCI President's XI and BCCI Secretary's XI, on the eve of the Board’s 90th Annual General Meeting, at Eden Garden...

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BCCI secretary Jay Shah during an exhibition cricket match between BCCI President's XI and BCCI Secretary's XI, on the eve of the Board’s 90th Annual General Meeting, at Eden Garden in Kolkata.

Former Indian cricketer and BCCI President Saurav Ganguly during an exhibition cricket match between BCCI President's XI and BCCI Secretary's XI, on the eve of the Board’s 90th Annual General Meeting, at Eden Garden...

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BCCI secretary Jay Shah during an exhibition cricket match between BCCI President's XI and BCCI Secretary's XI, on the eve of the Board’s 90th Annual General Meeting, at Eden Garden in Kolkata.

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Fire personnel check cyclone rescue and rehabilitation equipments before going to predicted landfall and affected districts, in view of Cyclone Jawad, in Bhubaneswar.

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