Okay, it’s a little bigger than a 250, but the KTM 390 Duke can still be considered a small motorcycle we look forward to riding. And based on news we learned at the Long Beach show in December, it’s likely on its way to the U.S. for 2014, with a price that KTM North America hopes to keep at $5000. This naked, based on the compact, sporty chassis of the 125/200 Duke, is powered by a new, liquid-cooled, 373cc Single that puts out 44 horsepower at 9500 rpm. With a claimed dry weight of only 307 pounds, the 390 Duke will certainly be quick and agile yet still able to be ridden by someone with a European A2 license, which is good for bikes of up to 400cc. Built by KTM shareholder Bajaj in India, the bike may be available as a fully faired model, as well.