Ktm 500exc - 2013 on 2040-motos
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VIRTUALLY BRAND-NEW! THIS BIKE HAS ONLY 80 MILES/3 HOURS OF USE!! (See pictures.) NO time to ride â€“ new work schedule. $9,900 new, plus freight, documentation, etc.! Let ME pay the depreciation. First $8,500 takes it. Have brand new KTM riding gear for anyone that is interested. One of the most powerful enduro machines on the market! Super lightweight, high displacement, high-tech SOHC 4-stroke technology for all who are looking for maximum performance, combined with playful handling.
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Moto blogWed, 13 Feb 2013 00:00:00 -0800
KTM is reportedly developing a new small-displacement sportbike for the Indian market, featuring similar styling to its flagship RC8 sportbike. The new model is expected to use a 250cc single-cylinder engine, leading some to label it the KTM RC25 or KTM RC250. We’ve heard reports of KTM working on a small-displacement sportbike before, most recently in late 2012 with KTM Chief Executive Officer Stefan Pierer saying a faired version of the 390 Duke is on its way, but it now appears a 250 version is on its way as well.Tue, 15 May 2012 00:00:00 -0700
WSB last weekend at Donington Park, once again delivered some amazing racing but I'm not sure what Leon Haslam has to do to get that first victory on the BMW. He looked the strongest prospect for the win in race one until Marco Melandri appeared to brake a tad early at the Esses sending the Pocket Rocket across the gravel. I really believe it was a case of innocent victims though at the last corner on the last lap in race two.Wed, 05 Feb 2014 00:00:00 -0800
After setting a new company record for motorcycle sales on the back of small displacement models like the Duke line (like the 390 Duke pictured above), KTM is turning its attention to mid-sized models. Speaking with Overdrive.in at the 2014 Indian Auto Expo, KTM Chief Executive Officer Stefan Pierer says the company has 500cc and 800cc parallel Twin engines in development, with new models expected to enter production within three years. The new mid-sized models will be produced in India for the Indian market to avoid the country’s stringent import duties.
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