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2022 KTM WORLD ADVENTURE WEEK No matter what bike you ride, enter THE WORLD ADVENTURE WEEK and be amongst the selected few who will get to live a once in a lifetime KTM experience. Pack your panniers and get set to hit the road starting July 4th, 2022.

  • KTM is proud to announce THE WORLD ADVENTURE WEEK 2022 prizes
  • Six top finalists will get to live a unique riding experience the KTM way
  • A selection of daily prizes are also up for grabs for the greatest adventurers
  • Download the RISER app and make sure you register for the event now

Spot a point on the map, get on your bike and GO ADVENTURE. Back for 2022, THE WORLD ADVENTURE WEEK is the perfect excuse to hit the open road alongside like-minded adventurers. The main challenge: to complete 1,000 km or more in just a week’s riding.

To join, simply download the RISER app, accept THE WORLD ADVENTURE WEEK in the Upcoming Challenges section and start recording your daily rides. 

THE WORLD ADVENTURE WEEK – Daily Challenges: 
// July 4th: Complete a ride & share it using #theworldadventureweek 
// July 5th: Ride through an altitude of 890 m 
// July 6th: Visit a KTM dealer & post a picture on social media 
// July 7th: Complete a total elevation gain of 1290 m 
// July 8th: Get at least five rides tracked Monday to Friday 
// July 9th: Ride 390 km in one go (+ or – 15 km) 
// July 10th: Complete a Pack Ride with at least two friends

For 2022, KTM is proud to confirm a unique main prize for the most adventurous riders. All those riders who complete 1,000 km and at least three out of the seven daily challenges, will enter the draw to win a unique KTM experience. 

The first five finalists drawn will win a VIP and all expenses paid invitation to join a pure KTM riding activity, where they will get to test the next generation of KTM ADVENTURE machinery in pure Adventure conditions. The special event will take place in Europe and during the second half of the year. A sixth and final spot will be given to the rider with the greatest number of kilometers completed during the week. 

All riders who successfully complete 1,000 km or more during the week will receive a personalized award by KTM. For more information and the daily prizes, make sure you checktheworldadventureweek.com.2022 KTM WORLD ADVENTURE WEEK 1end bike test


MY23 KTM SX RANGE8 premier class FIM MXGP World Championships in 12 years. Over 300 MXGP and MX2 victories since 2004. 5 of the last 8 AMA 450SX Supercross titles. Cairoli, Dungey, Herlings, Musquin, Prado, Webb, Vialle & more. The track is our treat. At KTM we still have the widest and most outstanding motocross range to be found on any circuit or in any dealership.MY23 KTM E5 SXHow do you better dominance? 

Like any champion racer we search every single corner for gains, for performance and for perfection. The 2023 KTM SXs will reshape the market as well as riders’ expectations. We haven’t changed our approach for outright excellence, so that means we’ve changed quite a bit for 2023. MY23 KTM 450 SX F EU Rest of the WorldWe still have 12 models that scale from electric learner bikes through to 2-stroke minicycles (50, 65, 85cc) to larger 2-stroke thrillers at 125, 250 and 300cc capacity. The KTM SX-Fs consist of 250, 350 and 450 4-strokes. A potential AMA 450SX winner or MXGP world champion can grow in orange from his or her first meters on the dirt right up until those last few corners as a winner at the very highest level. So, we have the bikes but why jump into the family? Why embrace the KTM DNA? Well, the KTM SXs are the most powerful in each class and have the finest components. They are the most race focused. 

Racing informs us to empower you. The 2023 KTM SXs are sleeker, slimmer, more controllable, the most desirable. They our best expression of the ultimate motocross ‘race’ so we’re ready for when you want to get really serious. MY23 KTM 50 SX Mini 1

Behind the gate: Preparation and equipment 

We are market leaders with the use of cutting-edge ideas and technology throughout our motorcycle portfolio and the 2023 KTM SXs are primed. Partnerships with companies such as KEIHIN, PANKL, and Brembo means performance possibilities have expanded. The 2023 KTM SX range will count on 2 maps (one standard, softer and linear power and another for a more aggressive response), launch control*, traction control*, a ‘roll-over’ sensor for large crashes, an hourmeter as standard with electronic fuel injection status and a fuel indicator through the Keihin engine management system. Other preparatory steps come through the tool-free adjustments now possible with the latest spec WP Suspension engineering. New 7.2l polythene fuel tanks can be filled (feeding into the protected one-piece fuel pump and filter) and a quick spin of the Excel alloy wheel rims is quicker and easier to check thanks to the fresh spoke ‘nipple’ design. You’re READY TO RACE. MY23 KTM 50 SX 1
Gate-drop and surging into action 

Fired up with the electric starter (on all models) KTM SXs hammer along the straight and into the corners and jumps with aplomb. Our engine packages are more compact, more durable, more serviceable and offer the best power-to-weight ratio across the board. 

New cylinder heads translates into performance gains but rearwards rotation of the engines by 2 degrees has given better centralization and a more profound effect for the chassis concept. Brand new 5-speed PANKL Racing Systems transmissions with an additional sensor for the 4-strokes mean that up-shifts (from 2nd gear onwards) are slicker thanks to the Quickshifter function. The Quickshifter can be disabled with a switch on the handlebar but a weight-optimized shift shaft in the transmission itself means that the operating force of the changes is now less and therefore easier. A Brembo hydraulic clutch ensures top-of-the-range dependability whatever the conditions. 

With our 2-strokes, less carbs = more muscle. We’ve graced our KTM SXs with a new electronic fuel injection to ensure simplicity, enjoyment and uniqueness. Therefore, the SXs get a new 39mm throttle body with injectors positioned for pinpoint response. A ‘remix to the premix’ counts on a TPS-sensor for better behavior while idle and for the fuel-air mixture (not forgetting the cold start mechanism which is the same as the KTM SX-Fs). The effect is ‘more’: more power, more response, more assurance, more ease, more fun.MY23 KTM 85 SX 17 14 1 
Finding the flow then attacking the track 

The demands of competition, fitness and the track set the tone for any moto. It’s in the depths of this hard, physical stage of a race when the connection and feeling with any motorcycle can make the difference and fully harness the excitement and fulfilment. We’ve taken our chassis and frame design principals back to the core and have sought better dynamics, stability and strength. ‘Longitudinal rigidity’ is a key phrase and with accentuated rider feeling coming through an ‘anti-squat’ philosophy. This has been achieved by a new frame and mounts, subframe, swingarm, engine repositioning, ergonomics and WP Suspension tech. 

The frame is hydro-formed, laser-cut and robot-welded. The wall thickness has been optimized to achieve improved specific rigidity in high stress areas such as the steering head and all new shock mounts. The KTM SX 2-strokes have new parallel frame mounts. The design is sportier with sights on extra agility; an example comes through the new inwardly moved footpegs for even greater clearance in ruts and for dropping the bike flat for jump scrubs. New footpegs are even larger in surface area, even if the die casting means they are lighter than before. Stiffness has been dialed with lighter die cast hollow swingarms (new casting processes allow for even more weight saving) and a new rear axle. MY23 KTM 85 SX 19 16 1The WP Suspension XACT shock is shorter and lighter. The internal flow of liquids is more flush, reliable and resistant, and the shock’s smaller dimensions lower the chances of pollutants and dirt intrusion. The shape permits higher ground clearance with the linkage and advanced damping means better traction as the bike ingests the bumps with the new geometry setting. Entering corners or landing jumps any KTM SX can take full profit from WP XACT forks with AER air technology featuring a new hydrostop for more effective performance and more ‘bottoming’ resistance. 

The 2023 KTM SXs are narrower and honed, but we have managed to increase contact area and surfaces to allow even more input into the handling of the bike. The flat orange seat – offering excellent grip and a stance emphasizing greater control - and the reworked front fender are other identifiable marks. The ‘mud flaps’ of the fender prevents excessive soil being flicked up towards the rider and the radiator in particularly wet conditions. MY23 KTM 125 SX 1Finishing the moto strong 

You’ve gone faster and longer than ever but any Pro racer will tell you that the last two-three laps of any moto are key. This is where the versatility and usability of the new KTM SXs are further fortes. The rate of energy absorption is high thanks to the forgiving chassis and other components such as the fresh CNC milled triple clamps with optimized bar mounts and wider grip surface area. This leads to less handlebar ‘twist’. The whole unit is protected by a new number plate design. The subframe is now a finely engineered hybrid thanks to polyamide reinforced aluminum, applying strength into the lower part of the frame and extending flexibility for control and comfort in upper sections. The subframe has been designed with advanced finite element analysis and weighs less than two kilos. MY23 KTM 250 SX 1Count on the last centimeters of traction and performance provided by the Dunlop GEOMAX MX33 tires; chosen for the 2023 KTM SX line-up after a careful testing and selection process. 

Once across the finish line it will be time to recover, to reset and to think about the next outing. At this point riders will consider some ‘mods’ and this is when accompanying KTM PowerParts and KTM PowerWear will have you covered. Riding gear, protection and extra parts and much more can be found and have been especially crafted for our 2023 KTM SX incarnations. MY23 KTM 300 SX 1Welcome to the future. But don’t just take our word for it, watch out for a very special and exclusive video series on KTM digital channels to further breakdown the 2023 KTM SX range. MY23 KTM 350 SX F 1

2023 KTM SX Collection highlights 
// New, innovative and highly advanced generation of KTM SX motorcycles with unrivalled feeling and performance across 12 different models and the most complete collection from kids to Pro ass-kickers 
// Brand new anti squat frame concept with redesigned and revitalized chassis setting and architecture. Even more centralization
// Ergonomics bringing the rider in closer contact with the bike to help the stability, agility and feel 
// Lighter, more powerful engines and distinctive fuel injected 2-stroke motors 
// Greater usability to make the motocross experience easier and more intuitive than ever before

For Media: Follow this link (CLICK HERE) to watch our launch presentation video, get further and more detailed technical information, as well as accessing all of the high resolution images.

*only for SX-F models.MY23 KTM 450 SX F 1end bike test


THE ULTIMATE ORANGE MOTOGP EXPERIENCE 2022Nothing compares to experiencing the thrilling speeds, high-energy atmosphere, and full-sensory experience as being at a MotoGP™ live and in the flesh. If the start of the 2022 MotoGP™ season is anything to go by, the rest of the season is set to be as explosive and unpredictable as ever!

Without a doubt, watching fully-fledged Factory race machines being piloted by the best riders in the world is nothing less than motorsport nirvana. Couple that with the “anything can happen” unpredictability of MotoGP™ and you have a live experience like no other.

KTM will once again be offering THE ULTIMATE ORANGE MOTOGP™ EXPERIENCE to race fans, which includes exclusive entry into KTM grandstands at key corners on the world’s greatest race tracks - with the added bonus of a KTM FAN PACK loaded with race-day essentials. 

KTM Grandstands will be available at the following races for the 2022 MotoGP™ season:

27 – 29 May 2022 Gran Premio d’Italia | Mugello Circuit

03 – 05 June 2022 Gran Premi de Catalunya | Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya

17 – 19 June 2022 Motorrad Grand Prix Deutschland | Sachsenring

24 – 26 June 2022 TT Assen | TT Circuit Assen

05 – 07 August 2022 British Grand Prix | Silverstone Circuit

19 – 21 August 2022 Motorrad Grand Prix von Österreich | Red Bull Ring

14 – 16 October 2022 Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix | Phillip Island

THE ULTIMATE ORANGE MOTOGP™ EXPERIENCE tickets are on sale online atKTM MOTOGP™ EXPERIENCEor from your nearest authorized KTM dealer.end bike test


001The Yamaha Racing Heritage Club celebrated the golden two-stroke era at the Autodromo Varano De Melegari “Ricardo Paletti” last weekend, allowing fans to see motorcycling legends such as Giacomo Agostini, Carlos Lavado, and Christian Sarron reunited with their iconic Yamaha race bikes from decades past.

The ASI Motoshow was the first of four YRHC events in 2022. A star-studded line-up of bikes and riders from the past and present lit up the atmosphere at the circuit, despite mixed weather conditions, ensuring that visitors got to re-live the sights and sounds of yesteryear. The recently formed YRHC aims to safeguard and showcase the racing history of the Japanese manufacturer. It allows owners of classic Yamaha race bikes to become members and gain access to advanced technical support by registering their machines on the official YRHC database. 
To demonstrate this, the YRHC historic bikes on display in Varano spanned over 33 years of racing, including Phil Read’s 1969 350cc TR2, a selection of TZ750s from the 1970s, Kenny Roberts’ 1981 YZR500 0W53, plus the YZR500 0W81 on which Eddie Lawson won the 1986 500cc World Championship title. Twice 250cc World Champion Luca Cadalora’s 1990 YZR250 was another star attraction, along with the Yamaha YZR500 ROC that “Fast” Freddie Spencer rode in 1993, and one of the last two strokes raced in the premier class in the form of Norick Abe’s YZR500 0WL9 from 2002.

Among the show's highlights was 15-time World Champion Giacomo Agostini being reunited with the 1977 TZ750D on which he won his last World Championship race at Hockenheim. The 79-year-old delighted the fans by taking the bike out on track alongside his son Giacomino, who rode a modern-day Yamaha R6 GYTR. Ago won 122 GPs during an illustrious racing career that lasted over 17 years, plus secured a further three 500cc world titles as a Yamaha Team Manager. He was delighted to be reunited with his old machine: “Getting back on my bike is definitely always a pleasure. I am riding my old Yamaha that I used to ride many years ago. It is amazing and something very special.”BIG 0002 previewThe Italian racing legend also presented the keys to the owner of the first 35KW Yamaha R7 registered in Europe, 18-year-old Gemma Torricelli, which fittingly featured Yamaha’s 60th-anniversary white and red livery commemorating the manufacturer's entry into its first ever Grand Prix in 1961. Gemma was delighted to meet one of her heroes and even got him to sign the fuel tank: “Honestly, it was a complete shock! I did not know I would get to meet Giacomo, and it was a wonderful moment; plus, I got his signature on the bike. I am a huge racing fan, so meeting such a legend was unbelievable.”

Agostini was joined on track for the Parade Lap on Saturday and the Lap of Champions on Sunday by two-time 250cc World Champion Carlos Lavado, with the charismatic Venezuelan showcasing both bikes on which he won titles, his 1983 TZ250 and his YZR250 from 1986. Lavado’s great rival and friend, 1984 250cc World Champion Christian Sarron, also joined in the action on his 1977 TZ750, along with Hubert Rigal and local hero Loris Reggiani, with all of the riders taking the time to pose for photographs, sign autographs and regale the fans with racing stories from times gone by. BIG 0034 preview It wasn’t just icons from the past that entertained the crowds. Andrea Locatelli swapped his Pata Yamaha with Brixx WorldSBK R1 for a replica of Johnny Cecotto's Formula 750 World Championship winning YZR750 to join in the parade lap. Both Loka and Ago are from Bergamo near Milan, and the 2020 FIM Supersport World Champion asked the 79-year-old for advice before taking to the track alongside one of his racing idols on a two-stroke bike that is entirely different to his current steed. The 25-year-old clearly enjoyed himself, commenting afterwards: "I have never tried something like this before, it's unbelievable and gave me a big smile!”

After such a successful first event, the Yamaha Racing Heritage Club is now gearing up for the Sunday Ride Classic at Circuit Paul Ricard in France on the 11th and 12th of June, where it will give fans a chance to celebrate the success of the Yamaha TZ250 alongside riders like Lavado and Sarron and their respective championship-winning bikes. The third event on the calendar is the ADAC Sachsenring Classic on the 15th-17th of July, followed by the Classic Motorcycle Festival from the 31st of July to the 1st of August at Donington Park in the UK.BIG 0073 previewPaolo Pavesio
Director, Marketing and Motorsport, Yamaha Motor Europe 
“The first event of the Yamaha Racing Heritage Club in Varano has been a great success. The YRHC was set up to benefit owners of our historic race bikes, and it is the passion of these collectors who are restoring, maintaining and riding classic Yamaha race bikes that inspired us. Our aim is not only to allow us to preserve Yamaha’s racing legacy but also to let us understand how we can best support and help these owners. Each event in 2022 will allow us to celebrate our heritage and also allow us to get to know our collectors and fans better so that in 2023 we can build on this and create a dedicated event just for them. We want to share not only our passion with the myriad of Yamaha racing fans out there but also inform and excite people who may not be aware of the incredible stories behind these legendary bikes and riders.”end bike test


DYDC 2022DUKE RIDERS STAND OUT FROM THE CROWD

Embracing the colorful KTM DUKE community, KTM offers a chance to rewrite the rulebook with a 100 % original design! The DESIGN YOUR DUKE CONTEST challenges European Orange Bleeders to flex their creative muscles by designing their very own, one-of-a-kind sticker kit to be applied on a KTM 125 DUKE, KTM 390 DUKE, KTM 890 DUKE, KTM 890 DUKE GP or KTM 890 DUKE R.

By following 4 easy steps to enter the contest, everyone with a tablet, laptop, or smartphone can start to create a READY TO RACE sticker kit design and make it come to life using Vectary 3D software.

The rightful owner of the DUKE DESIGNER podium will be chosen by Rok Bagoroš and KTM by the end of June, with the winner taking home a brand-new KTM DUKE, handed over in the hometown of the DUKE family - Mattighofen.

“DUKE riders want to stand out of the crowd, not only with the bike itself but also with the design. As individualization is important, we want to give the DUKE riders the opportunity to rewrite the rulebook with a 100% original one-of-a-kind design – done by themselves! We can’t wait to see the results!” Rok Bagoroš, KTM Factory Stunt Rider and DUKE Ambassador.

The competition takes place from April 21st to June 21st, 2022, with the winner announced on July 21st, 2022.

FROM 2D TO 3D – HOW A DESIGN COMES TO LIVE

A central landing page hosts all the information, rules, design templates, and the central software to render your very own design onto a 3D KTM DUKE model.

To create a unique experience, Vectary have tailored their proprietary 3D Studio App for the KTM DESIGN YOUR DUKE CONTEST as the central design interface to make every DUKE design a personalized experience. The 3D Studio App can be operated intuitively to view the 3D model from all sides and angles. Once happy with the result, entrants can finalize their entry into the contest simply by exporting pictures from the 3D Studio App and posting them on Instagram using the hashtag #DESIGNYOURDUKECONTEST.

“Collaborating with KTM on this project is a creative meeting of the minds. We are opening up the possibilities for design and customization by allowing the motorcycling community to view their creations on a very easily accessible 3D platform. This way, they can focus less on the technical know-how and more energy towards the creative process." Michal Koor, Vectary CEO

Visit the official DESIGN YOUR DUKE CONTEST website here.end bike test


MY23 EXC RANGEThe 2023 KTM Enduro model range tears onto the trails with decades of championship-winning experience at the helm, bringing together a fresh and dynamic combination of race-bred performance, rider-focused ergonomics, and cutting-edge technology.

KTM has dominated Enduro competition for a number of decades, with the newest iteration of the 2023 KTM EXC and EXC-F models set to continue the trend. Boasting an updated design, orange-coated Chromoly steel frame, race-proven WP XPLOR suspension at each end, and real READY TO RACE credentials, the 2023 KTM Enduro range is the one to beat. MY23 EXC RANGE 1Offering the most extensive READY TO RACE competition Enduro lineup on the market, starting with the enduro underdog KTM 150 EXC 2-Stroke and topping out with the class-leading power KTM 500 EXC-F 4-Stroke, the 2023 KTM Enduro range caters to all riders and terrains. 

New for 2023, an all-new graphic design and white, purple and orange color scheme come together into a seamlessly blended palette. This color scheme was specifically chosen by the designers to pay homage to the early ‘90s enduro models, setting the 2023 KTM Enduro range apart from anything else on the trails. MY23 EXC RANGE 2The looks are further emphasized with the use of a race-inspired orange-coated Chromoly steel frame. Not only does this echo the styling on full-factory race machines but provides the perfect backbone to set off the 2023 graphics pack. 

In terms of engines, the 2-Stroke model range once again takes its place and is the leader in the paddock, making use of KTM’s patented Transfer Port Injection (TPI) technology. Not only has this ensured fewer emissions and fuel consumption but provides smooth and strong power delivery from the bottom right through to the top end of the rev-range. MY23 EXC RANGE 3The 4-Stroke model range provides the most concise offering of models, starting with the KTM 250 EXC-F and KTM 350 EXC-F and topping out with the powerhouses KTM 450 EXC-F and KTM 500 EXC-F. All models in the 4-Stroke range benefit from class-winning engines, engineered to deliver massive torque down low with class-leading power delivery at higher RPMs. 

These are flanked by the ever-popular KTM EXC SIX DAYS range, which offers a special tribute to the upcoming 2022 FIM International Six Days Enduro in France, combining the very latest in innovation with an extensive list of race-derived parts as standard. MY23 EXC RANGE 6Every motorcycle in the range gets fully adjustable WP XPLOR suspension as standard, with the advantage of a Progressive Damping System (PDS) on the rear. The PDS layout - a staple across KTM EXC and EXC-F models, offers lower maintenance due to fewer moving parts, but provides more ground clearance, with less chance of hooking up when climbing logs or rocks. 

As always, and thanks to KTM’s global network of dealers, the availability of support and parts needed to compete at the highest level are easily accessible, with the added availability of dedicated KTM PowerWear and KTM PowerParts designed to allow for the highest levels of performance, protection, and mobility for all offroad riders and racers. MY23 EXC RANGE 11The 2023 KTM Enduro range is derived from years at the top level of offroad racing and brings together a dynamic combination of race-bred performance, ergonomics, and technology ready to tackle any terrain. 

2023 KTM EXC and EXC-F models will be landing at dealer floors from May 2022, with full details available here

MY23 EXC RANGE 9end bike test


8COHvNd q3MAqo9kL4B O8Yesterday it was announced that Yamaha will participate in the Africa Eco Race and in this announcement it was revealed that global leaders in transport for healthcare, Riders for Health has become Yamaha’s title partner for the race to raise awareness for its projects.

Now, Yamaha is happy to officially announce a three-year partnership with Riders for Health, a humanitarian organisation which provides accessible healthcare to some of the most remote communities in regions across Africa by supplying and maintaining motorcycles and other suitable vehicles to health-focused organisations.5h6e9n7fKZIBFBrq rQPMmFor more than 30 years, Riders for Health has been providing suitable transport to health care workers across some of the poorest and most hard to reach regions of Africa where citizens often find themselves without the basic health care that many of us take for granted.

Riders for Health has long used Yamaha motorcycles to provide these vital services, making the organisation a natural fit for this partnership as Yamaha looks to live by its ethos of contributing to society and bringing value to people’s lives.

Over the coming months in the lead up to the start of the Africa Eco Race, Yamaha and Riders for Health, in cooperation with its UK-based fundraising arm, Two Wheels for Life, will launch some exciting fundraising activities, so stay tuned for this news on either the Yamaha or Yamaha Motor For Riders’ website.5GG9obQXa Y9rd0Bur3GepAndrea Coleman, Co-Founder Riders for Health and Two Wheels for Life

“Yamaha are close to our hearts. We have used their reliable AG bikes for over 30 years in our African programmes and their racing teams have supported our fundraising since the start of the charity. We are excited to announce this new, landmark three-year partnership between Riders for Health, Two Wheels for Life and Yamaha. Together we will show that motorcycles save lives!"

Eric de Seynes, President, Chief Executive Officer of Yamaha Motor Europe, Senior Executive Officer of Yamaha Motor Co., Ltd.

“We are proud to partner with Riders for Health. Our aim with this partnership is to raise awareness and raise funds for Riders’ projects in which they provide vital healthcare to communities in the most remote areas. We really hope that people are touched by Riders’ cause and participate in our upcoming fundraising activities.”4chyB 2n4Wy9ApkT9r YZMend bike test


APEX PRO 6500 6746 5At WP Suspension we have the need to always go one step further, we are non-conformists and we work on our PRO COMPONENTS taking care of even the smallest detail.

Our range of street components, APEX PRO is not an exception, we know that mixing our best materials, technology and expertise in the elite of motorsports is a perfect recipe for outstanding quality and performance.APEX PRO 6500 6746Our priority is that every rider can maintain maximum control of the bike, to draw corners with laser precision or brake in the most aggressive way. Whether on the track or on the street, the APEX PRO COMPONENTS have been developed using the technologies used in our MotoGP Factory Racing Teams to give those ambitious riders maximum confidence and optimum performance and unleash their most competitive spirit.

The WP APEX PRO 6500 Cartridge offers first-class damping characteristics combined with outstanding feedback from the road. The open-cartridge technology ensures optimized heat dissipation even under extreme stress and frequent compression. The extensive adjustment possibilities guarantee precise response and a completely new riding experience, whether on the road or in racing.APEX PRO 6500 6746 2The suspension characteristics of the WP APEX PRO 6746 SHOCK can be easily adjusted to almost any situation using the separate high- and low-speed compression and rebound settings. Thanks to the SCS BIG VALVE Technology, the suspension now delivers maximum precision and direct feedback in every riding situation.

The APEX PRO 6500 Cartridge is available for (€573.00 retail price excluding VAT). TheAPEX PRO 6500 Cartridge is available for the following motorcycles with KIT Article No.:AP06C100U001220

KTM: RC 125/390 MY2022 and Duke 125/390 MY2017-MY2022APEX PRO 6500 6746 4The APEX PRO 6746 Shock Absorber is available for (€696.70 retail price excluding VAT). The APEX PRO 6746 Shock Absorber is available for the following motorcycles with KIT Article No.: AP06C100U001221

KTM: RC 125/390 MY2022 and Duke 125/390 MY2017-MY2022

For more detailed information visit your nearest WP AUTHORIZED CENTER
 or go to - WP Suspension (wp-suspension.com)end bike test


new KTM rideMark your calendars, THE WORLD ADVENTURE WEEK will take place on July 4th to 10th. Encouraging mass participation by all adventurers no matter what bike they are on, THE WORLD ADVENTURE WEEK is a unique opportunity to go out and ride. The main goal: to complete 1,000 km or more in seven days…

Seven days, 1,000 kilometers, July 4th to 10th 2022. 

Powered by KTM and RISER, THE WORLD ADVENTURE WEEK is the perfect excuse to put some mileage on your motorcycle. It is an invitation to go explore the tracks and trails you’ve always wanted to and is an opportunity to share your favorite places with the global motorcycling community. 

The most adventurous riders will be rewarded with daily prizes and the chance to be featured on theworldadventureweek.com as well as KTM’s social media channels. There will be different challenges to complete on each of the seven days, with all riders completing 1,000 km or more in total receiving a personalized award. 

The challenges will be open to all riders from all brands. To enter, you simply need to download the RISER app from the App Store or Google Play and start recording your rides. 

For all adventurers keen to learn more about this exciting new challenge, more information is available on theworldadventureweek.com

More information on the event’s daily and weekly prizes will be released in the coming two weeks.end bike test


 

 

 

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