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2007 Ktm 85 Sx on 2040-motos

YearYear:2007 MileageMileage:0 ColorColor: ORG

Covina, California

Covina, CA
2007 KTM 85 SX , $2,495, image 1

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2007 KTM 85 SX, The 85 SX is the ultimate race bike for the aspiring pros ages 11-15; Features like 35.4' seat height, black powedercoat frame, track taming 43mm WP upside-down fork .and fully adjustable PDS System make it easy work for even the most technical obstacles. A new cyclinder and centrifugally driven exhaust system deliver comanding torque and superior performance. Trust us, you'll never want to stop!

Moto blog

Day 3 Dakar 2014: Barreda Maintains Overall Lead, Despres Catches Up

Tue, 07 Jan 2014 00:00:00 -0800

Joan Barreda won his second special stage this year and now boasts a lead of more than 13 minutes over Cyril Despres and Marc Coma, the two other beneficiaries of a particularly decisive stage. Today’s stage, part one of the first marathon stage with no team service, was characterized by the highest ever racing altitude in Dakar history. Facing the 22,841 foot summit of the Aconcagua, South America´s highest mountain, the motorcycle riders had to cross a pass over 14,107 feet in elevation in trial-like conditions.

2014 AMA Supercross – Atlanta Results

Mon, 24 Feb 2014 00:00:00 -0800

KTM‘s Ken Roczen continues to impress, taking his second AMA Supercross win of his 450-class rookie season at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta. Roczen, who also won the season opening Anaheim 1 round, took advantage of a mistake by Kawasaki‘s Ryan Villopoto to take the win and move within nine points of the defending champion in the rider standings. The main event started with Smartop Motoconcepts Suzuki rider Mike Alessi taking the holeshot for his best start this season.

Moto3. Recession racers?

Mon, 08 Nov 2010 00:00:00 -0800

I've sat through enough manufacturer' presentations recently to know that we're in trouble. Ignoring the still booming Asian markets, the rest of the motorcycle World is in free-fall. Even looking at the figures optimistically we're still only selling half the volumes we were in pre-crash 2006.