KTM Sportmotorcycles has a deeply rooted motorsport tradition, building race-ready motorcycles for competitive and recreational riding. More than 130 world championship titles, victories at Dakar and countless national championships are proof of the companys great technical expertise. Recently, the company has entered into the streetbike category with a variety of sporting and adventure-touring road-going machines.
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If you read our review of the SDR, then this look at the KTM 1290 Super Adventure will sound familiar.
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More details on KTM’s electric supermoto.
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The FIM has homologated a new production run of the KTM RC8 R sportbike.