Perhaps for a disabled rider? I have a paraplegic friend, who wanted to continue riding motorcycles, after the accident that caused the paraplegia. Her partner and I designed/built a couple of different versions of training wheels that retracted above a certain speed, to facilitate this. That could, possibly, be a budget version of the same concept. Only guessing.
I am not sure how the new ones are, but the old ones were a bit of a cement mixer, they would shake quite hard until you hit about 4000 rpm, so you usually had to ride them hard to be comfortable. The rxc/e was not that bad, but I had a ktm Duke before it and sold it when I realized I would crash sooner or later, could not ride it without a lot of throttle.I would love one of those Ron...
Would be perfect where I am.
Never had a chance to ride one but I suspect that for most uses it is great. I had a Honda nx650 that I sold to get my first ktm, and I wish I never had, it did everything really well but I wanted the excitement. To be fair, when you are in the zone, the ktm was wonderful, and faster and more exciting, but it was harder to enjoy it every time as I did with the Honda.