The Electric Lift Truck Manufacturers has the lowest power output, but is also the lowest-revving machine, while the Tiger makes max power much higher in the rev range.
Max power for the KTM comes in at 8,750 rpm; max torque is 103 lbs. However, it is still a costly machine, even when compared to the other pricey bikes here.All bikes come with spoked wheels as stock, but the Triumph and the Beemer have 19-inch wheels in front and 17-inch wheels in back, while the KTM has a 21-inch wheel up front and 18-inch in back.Here’s how the best from Germany,
Austria and England stack up against each other.The BMW has the widest variety of paint available, and the most fuel range. It makes 139 hp at 9,350 rpm and 89 lbs. at 6,750 rpm.-ft. For riders planning to truly circle the most remote corners of the globe, BMW probably has the best dealer support around the world of the three machines, and a solid reputation for building strong adventure tourers earned over several decades.
If BMW’s engineers say it’s good enough, then it’s good enough (conversely, there are also people who hate Telelever suspension, due to its oddity). While the KTM might win here on the numbers, suspension suitability is a very subjective matter, and most riders will have their own opinion on what works best for them, no matter what the spec sheet says.