If you want proof that street-legal enduros don’t come cheap, this trio of roughly $10,000 machines is all you need. Based on the pricing, we really paid attention to which parts they come with, or don’t, as standard. For starters, all three are equipped with the basic legal street equipment: headlights, turn signals, mirrors, and license-plate brackets. And all of these items, except for the Beta’s plate bracket, survived our abuse and stayed intact (the latter of which led to a fix-it ticket for not displaying a plate). The mirrors on all three bikes leave something to be desired; the Beta’s folding units at least offer the rider the ability to tuck them out of the way for off-road riding. All three have high-quality tapered aluminum handlebars, but only the Husky has standard hand guards (though they're essentially just wind deflectors). While the Beta comes with an aluminum skid plate, and the Husky a plastic unit, the KTM has no standard frame or engine protection. A huge Beta bonus is its dash display, a Trail Tech Voyager GPS/computer with a multitude of functions and information; every dual-sport should have one of these.