Ogonn provides all kinds of KTM bikes on rent in Lucknow. Today in this era of inflation, sports bike is not easy to afford for everyone but people are very keen on sports bikes or want to use sports bikes for any purpose. But for one day, people cannot buy such an expensive bike, so they need a rental bike so that they can use it, they do not have to pay too much money. KTM bike comes under a sports racing bike which is very attractive and good looking. Keeping these requirements in mind, Ogonn rents all KTM bikes for which you have to spend a little money.
KTM Bikes List-
KTM 125 Duke on rent in Lucknow.
KTM RC 125 on rent in Lucknow.
KTM 200 Duke on rent in Lucknow.
KTM 200 Duke on rent is an extremely focused street bike. It is simply the king, emperor, lord (oops that’s taken), overlord of the Indian streets. Very light and extremely flickable with neck jerking take off every time one pins the throttle, there is no other bike that can match the baby Duke in the streets. But this single-minded focus also limits the 200 Duke to some extent. The short-stroke and short geared engine of the 200 Duke make it a street hooligan but this also takes its toll in the highway cruising capability. The bike easily crosses 100 kmph but the engine takes a slightly stressed nature. The handling which is extremely agile in the city feels a bit over-enthusiastic on open stretches with a slight amount of oversteer. The urgent nature of the engine and light handling makes the 200 Duke an unmatched street hooligan but it also means that the versatility of the bike is compromised. The 200 Duke does one thing well and it does it bloody well.
KTM RC 200 on rent. The New KTM Duke 200 was launched earlier this year, is offered only in neon orange. The orange color of the Duke 200 is KTM’s signature color, but many found it too strong for sober tasks (like going to the office). Now Bajaj Auto has launched two new colors for the KTM Duke 200, which seem to be very good. KTM 390 Duke. I was almost sure that my “Dhoom” days were over.. and this gets launched Visordown has posted photos of the soon to be launched “Made in India”
KTM RC390. Of late I have developed kind of disinterest for full faired bikes. I find the kind of models available in India like the Yamaha R15, Honda CBR 150/250R and even the Kawasaki Ninja 300 more kind of poser stuff than actually being true to its track bike genre. I actually find it amusing when someone says how sporty riding position of the R15 is. Anyone who says so should be put on a “real” super sports machine or even the KTM RC390 would do..!! The handlebars on the RC390 looks to be pure super sports stuff. The KTM RC390 looks totally impractical for commuting, which is exactly why this is one “Dhoom” machine that I am falling in love with. As this knock out will be manufactured and sold by Bajaj in India, surely this will be a dream machine that will be within reach of desi bikers.. provided that the desi biker has a second bike/scooter/car to commute. Being an Indian biker and not getting this would be a kind of “Sin”. I have a car for commute.. so.
Why KTM, Why..?? I was almost sure that my “Dhoom” days were over.. and then you happen to launch this..!! KTM RC390 Technical Specifications: ENGINE Engine: 1-cylinder 4-stroke engine, water-cooled Displacement: 373.2 cm³ Bore: 89 mm Stroke: 60 mm Peak Power: 32 kW (43 hp) Starting: Electric starter Transmission: 6 speed, Cooling system: Liquid cooling system Clutch: Wet multi-disc clutch / mechanically operated CHASSIS Frame: Tubular space frame made from steel, powder-coated Front Fork: WP Suspension Up Side Down Rear Shock absorber: WP Monoshock Suspension travel front: 125 mm Suspension travel Rear: 150 mm Brake Front: Disc brake with four-pot brake caliper, 300 mm Brake Rear: Disc brake with one-pot brake caliper, floating brake discs, 230 mm Steering head angle: 66.5° Wheelbase: 1,340±15 mm Ground clearance (unloaded): 178.5 mm Seat height (unloaded) 820 mm Total fuel tank capacity approx.: 10 l Unleaded premium fuel (95 RON) Dry Weight (without fuel) approx.: 147 kg KTM 790 Duke.