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2014 Ktm Other on 2040-motos

US $7,250.00
YearYear:2014 MileageMileage:75
Location:

Omaha, Nebraska, United States

Omaha, Nebraska, United States
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KTM Other photos

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KTM Other description

2014 KTM 300xc 2-Stroke in GREAT condition. 
Title in Hand

Comes with some aftermarket parts like a Carbon Fiber exhaust protector.
Also comes with a nice KTM bag full of parts like extra brand new front and rear brake pads and a bag full of tools.
The motorcycle has electric start with a fully charged battery.
It looks great and sounds the same.
$7250 or give me your best offer
This is for local pickup or email to arrange pickup to meet half way or a different location.

Moto blog

KTM North America Plans for 2012-2014 Leaked from Dealer Meeting

Tue, 02 Aug 2011 00:00:00 -0700

The future is orange, and it’s also been leaked to the public. This image was leaked from KTM’s dealer meeting, revealing the Austrian company’s plans for new models for the North American market for the next three years. Notable models listed from KTM‘s outline include the previously confirmed for India Duke 350, three Freeride models (including two electric ones) 1290cc versions of the Super Duke R and Adventure, as well as an expanded use of 350cc engines.

Rossi’s Brother Luca Marini Tests Aspar Team Moto3 Racer

Mon, 18 Nov 2013 00:00:00 -0800

Valentino Rossi‘s half-brother Luca Marini took part in the official test at Spain’s Valencia circuit, riding the Aspar Team‘s KTM-powered Kalex Moto3 racebike. Marini will race for the Aspar Team at the final round of the Moto3 class in Spain’s CEV championship next weekend at Jerez as part of an arrangement between Aspar Team and Rossi’s VR46 Riders Academy. Next season, Marini will compete full time in the CEV for Aspar.

The future. But we can't have it

Thu, 10 Nov 2011 00:00:00 -0800

It's no secret that we motorcyclists are getting older. We're ageing because less people are passing their bike test each year (roughly 30,000 last year compared to 50,000 for the 10 years before the new two-part test) and so not only is the pool not growing it's not even being replenished and so the average age isn't being diluted down by yoof. When the going gets tough in any situation, you really get to see who's got their shit-sorted and who's light enough on their feet to adapt to change.