At EICMA 2009, KTM unveiled a small but very attractive concept bike, a 125cc supermoto conceived for those with a taste for spirited riding. That concept conquered the hearts and minds of both the youngsters and their parents, and KTM did not disregard the strong message: For 2011, the 125 Duke is a lovely little zapper KTM will build in India to keep the price down. But the quality is absolutely KTM, no corners cut. A specifically developed fuel-injected liquid-cooled dohc four-valve single (58mm x 47.2mm) produces 15 hp at 10,500 rpm, and 8.85 ft.-lb. of torque at 8000 rpm, says KTM, which is right there in keeping with the 15-hp limit of many European countries’ beginner-bike statutes.