KTM provides us with high-performance bicycles at reasonable prices. The price of KTM is higher than similar products, but they do have the expected performance. But India did not get everything that KTM had to offer. Below are 5 KTM bikes that we think should be brought to India now. Some of them are expensive now, and we hope that with the help of Bajaj in the future, these can be localized and purchased in our market. Then let’s take a look
When it comes to cross-country bikes, the first thing people think of is KTM bikes. KTM AG, formerly known as KTM Sportmotorcycle AG, is famous for manufacturing endurance races, off-road motorcycles, and superbikes.
KTM AG is an Austrian company that produces off-road bicycles and sports cars. The company has an Indian relationship with Bajaj Auto, which has substantial ownership.
KTM has developed rapidly. In addition to motorcycles, it began to produce bicycles and motorcycles, and has repeatedly won the podium in the World Motocross Championship. It is worth noting that the first victory of the KTM World Cup in 1974 was not brought by the pilots of the factory team, but by the Soviet cross-country athlete Gennady Moiseyev.
About KTM Bikes – The History
The history of KTM can be traced back to 1934 when an Austrian engineer named Johann (Hans) Trunkenpolz opened an assembler and auto repair shop in Mattighofen. KTM got its name from the name of this store, Kraftfahrzeug Trunkenpolz Mattighofen. During World War II, he began to focus on repairing diesel engines.
After the war, Hans began to consider the production of motorcycles, and in 1951 built the first R100 model. He started mass production of R100 with only 20 employees. That was the conception of illustrious journey.
The Acquisition and the Expansion
By 1988, the company stopped the production of scooters and mopeds. After Erich’s death in 1989, the Austrian investment trust GIT Trust took over 51% of the company’s shares. The company fell into huge debts and was eventually taken over by KTM management in 1991 by a creditor bank consortium.
Here is a KTM bike, and it will prove that KTM bikes are not only attractive but also very powerful.
KTM SX-E 5 2021
The new KTM 350 SX-F continues to provide the main combination of power and agility. In 2020, it has increased the effective power and torque, bringing it closer to the power of the 450 SX-F than ever before, while maintaining the agility and ease of operation of the 250 SX-F. If you are looking for more than one advantage, this lightweight and powerful racing machine will combine the tools to achieve all your goals in one main package with a solid champion pedigree to consolidate its success.
KTM 450 RALLY FACTORY REPLICA
Rally Replica will be a very attractive bicycle for India. The 450cc single-cylinder engine in the compact Dakar frame makes this bike very interesting. If this bike is brought to India, it will be sold only based on its appearance. Now this will be quite expensive and can only be imported.
KTM 690 SMC R
With the arrival of this bike, KTM’s true superbike DNA will be released. The slim body and powerful engine make this bike very popular. It has a 690cc single-cylinder engine that can produce a lot of torque. It looks like a hooligan, but also like a hooligan. This will make city cycling more interesting.
KTM 350 SX-F
This is a 4-stroke MX bike in the KTM series. This engine is different from the 390cc engine we saw on Duke. The frame of this bike is slender and lighter. The engine itself is a 26 kg unit. Both ends of the bicycle have a suspension stroke of 300 mm, which is ideal for off-road tasks. Similarly, the (price) Harga KTM 2022 here is too high, about 8,249 pounds, which translates to 8,45,580 rupees. For professionals, this will once again become a good dual-use bicycle.
KTM Duke 890
KTM Duke 890 will be the ideal substitution for Duke 790. The cost may be around 8 to 900 thousand rupees. This ktm bike that won the race and competition. It produces 115 bhp and 92Nm. This bike weighs only about 169 kg, which makes it excellent in terms of power-to-weight ratio.