KTM Releases Its 2024 SX Mini Line
The 2024 KTM mini-crossers are now even more closely aligned with the full-sized KTM Motocross machines, says KTM. The 2024 KTM SX Minis have been designed with a fresh approach to develop race-ready motocross machines for grassroots racing, following the lead from the KTM SX range.
The 2024 KTM 50 SX has been crafted to closely resemble a scaled-down version of a full-size KTM SX machine, taking into consideration young riders' needs and body proportions. The development of the 2024 KTM 65 SX was a collaborative effort with international test riders who provided feedback over the past two years, resulting in mini-crossers that not only look like miniature KTM motocross machines but also uphold a standard of quality and attention to detail.
Both the 2024 KTM 50 SX and 2024 KTM 65 SX feature a new steel frame with a lightweight, polyamide glass fiber reinforced steel subframe, offering height adjustability to accommodate riders' growth and advancement. Suspension, handlebar position, bodywork, and subframe are all adjustable to cater to the evolving needs of young riders.
The 2024 KTM 50 SX boasts a new engine with increased displacement and power, suitable for competitive young riders yet approachable for various skill levels. It includes updates such as a larger one-piece radiator and a new digital ignition system. The KTM 65 SX receives updates to the engine, radiators, airbox, and also features a new digital ignition system to keep it competitive.
Both mini-crossers feature new suspension technology, with a 35 mm WP XACT AER fork in the front and a fully adjustable WP XACT monoshock in the rear. These models will offer revised fitment and geometry for 2024.
In addition to the standard 2024 KTM 50 SX, the 2024 KTM 50 SX FACTORY EDITION will also be available, featuring up-spec components. It sports Red Bull KTM Factory Racing-inspired graphics, an orange KTM FACTORY SEAT, and performance upgrades, including a full FMF exhaust system and Iridium BRISK FE-specific spark plug.
These models will be available at KTM dealers starting in November.
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