KTM is one of the few bike makers who have gotten the affordable performance formula right making them the king of the hill
When KTM invited us to the Downtown Racing track in Pune, we grabbed our leathers and swung a leg over an RC 200 to experience the Orange Day. Here’s the report
KTM plan to develop a new range of middleweight V-twin engines. These 600 to 800cc V-twins will bridge the void between the single-cylinder engines and the bigger V-twins which are already in production.
Stefan Pierer, KTM and Husqvarna boss, was quoted in the media saying that KTM will soon have a new range of mid-class bikes in about three years. The other interesting fact is that these new engines may also be used in the Husqvarna model range, which he hopes, will further strengthen the company’s position in the market.
Considering the 373.2cc single-cylinder engine powering the 390 Duke churns out 43.5 PS, it will be interesting to see what figures KTM will manage with their 600cc and 800cc twins.
Story: Ryan Lee
The Austrian motorcycle company is geared up for the Orange Day – an event where KTM owners will get an opportunity to take part in head to head races and various other racing and adventure packed events.
The Orange Day event will showcase the new race inspired bikes by KTM – the RC 200 and RC 390. The event will also have stalls for KTM power-wear and Power parts. This event will bring biking enthusiasts and fans from across the city to come witness this biking event. The event will be held on the 15th of November.
Story: Ryan Lee