The Feb issue is underlined by KTMs, with the 390 Adventure taking centre stage, along with riding impressions of the 890 Duke R!
The last decade belonged to the Dukes and RCs but the decade to come is going to be all about Adventure, starting with the much-awaited 390 Adventure that has finally debuted in the country after being showcased at EICMA last year. The 390 Adventure may seem like a jacked-up 390 Duke but you’ll be surprised with its capabilities. We have ridden it at one of the most challenging off-road parks – the 19 Degree North Adventure Park, home to level-3 trails, which included riding up a dried-up waterfall!
Despite all that, the 390 Adventure came out unscathed at the end, which is saying something. Read our cover story to know all about the most important launch of the year.
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