There is a price to be paid for all of that lineage and pride, however. With the Touring and Technology packages applied you get dynamic suspension, the LED headlight, all four ride modes, cruise control, tire-pressure monitoring, mounts for saddlebags and the sold-separately GPS, and other do-dads. You also get an MSRP of $21,550. Add $1,094 for the aluminum saddlebags, for a total of $22,644. The KTM costs $20,499, with everything included. That’s hard bags, electronic suspension, heated grips and seat. Everything.