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2002 Ktm 50 Jr Pro Lc on 2040-motos

$750
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Nashville, Tennessee

Nashville, TN
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Up for sale is a 2002 KTM 50 LC Jr Pro in good shape. Runs good no issues at all! Just replaced rear spokes new chain and sprockets. Just up graded my son and no need for this one. Great bike plenty of managable power. This is a 2 stroke pre mix machine. Call or text Rick. Clean and ready to go under a tree.

Moto blog

KTM Holiday Party and Track Day

Mon, 14 Dec 2009

It takes a gambler to win and the Austrian motorcycle maker KTM took that gamble on the weather last Friday while throwing a holiday party slash track day at its local Pala Raceway. Known locally for its Indian casino, Pala, California and its motocross raceway was the site of KTM’s Christmas gift to owners and fans. Warding off the falling rain for most of the day, KTM owners had free reign of Pala Raceway’s 200-plus acres, DJ entertainment, product raffles, a look at Team Peterson’s hill climbing team bikes and photos with Santa for the kids and Jager girls for the adult children.

KTM Developing RC8-Inspired 250cc Sportbike for India

Wed, 13 Feb 2013

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.

Dainese Reveals D-Air Racing Thorax

Wed, 04 Sep 2013

Dainese has revealed a new version of its airbag protection system for racers that adds protection to a rider’s chest named the D-Air Thorax. Like the D-Air Street, the Thorax uses an airbag that inflates upon a collision to protect the collarbone and torso, but has a more ergonomic design to suit a racer’s compact riding posture. The shoulder protection has also changed from the original D-Air Racing design, covering more of the shoulders’ sides as well as the collarbone area.