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DE: Mark Webber, Palme, Strand, ADVENTURE – schön! | GB: Mark Webber, palm, beach, ADVENTURE – beautiful!

Fourfold Adventure – Part 2!

Four different ADVENTURE motorcycles “Made in Austria” meet four high-calibre sporting champions and motorbike enthusiasts. In the first part of an extraordinary report, we followed rally world champion Marc Coma and high-flier Hannes Arch. In the second part of the report, the former king of the slopes, Luc Alphand, and Formula 1 star Mark Webber accepted our invitation to Barcelona and completed the ADVENTURE quartet.



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Mechanic Roland Bruckner about the Dakar 2015 preparations

The notorious Dakar Rally is renowned for being one of the toughest races in the world, but with most of the talk being about the trials and tribulations of the riders, it’s easy to forget the difficult task that their mechanics face. The KTM BLOG talked to the ultra-experienced Roland Bruckner, Jordi Viladoms’ mechanic, whom has been involved in rally racing since 1999, and knows just what it takes to be a Dakar Rally mechanic.



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#inthisyear1994: Start of production for new DUKE range … just DUKE it!

Statistically speaking, you spend 22.37 years of your life in bed. Another 16.63 years are spent at work and you’re ill for 4.29 years …. That leaves about 5.2 years for DUKE riding. All in all, not too bad an outlook. Just DUKE it! Advertising for a motorcycle may have been unusual 20 years ago, but so was the motorcycle.



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Jordi Viladoms talks about his Dakar 2015 race preparation

Last year Jordi Viladoms was brought into the Red Bull KTM Rally Factory Racing Team at short notice and managed to have an outstanding race to take the runner-up position behind teammate Marc Coma with next to no preparation on the KTM 450 RALLY factory bike. The KTM BLOG caught up with him at a recent test to find out how he prepares for the race.



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Interview of the Month: Gerald Kiska – The man who brought the orange

An exclusive interview with the man who helped shape the look and image of KTM today.



Konspirativ: Rally- und Flugweltmeister in der heimischen Coma-Werkstatt

Fourfold Adventure! – Part 1

Four different ADVENTURE motorcycles “Made in Austria” meet four high-calibre sporting champions and motorbike enthusiasts. With the threat of enormous riding fun four superstars accepted our invitation to roll out the year in dignified manner with the stars of the ADVENTURE scene. In the first part of an extraordinary report, we follow rally world champion Marc Coma and high-flier Hannes Arch.



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Interview with REITER ENGINEERING boss Hans Reiter: New KTM X-BOW racing car

The information that REITER ENGINEERING and KTM will return to international motor racing with a brand new X-BOW model in the near future, attracted major attention not only by KTM fans. For the KTM BLOG, REITER ENGINEERING boss Hans Reiter responds to the most frequently asked questions.



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Dakar + KTM = 13 (+1)?

Just like its previous 13 Dakar Rally wins, the Red Bull KTM Factory Racing Team’s new-look KTM 450 RALLY bike is all about going for the victory. Meanwhile what has been revealed at the team’s photo shoot is, as always, very promising.



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“On Any Sunday: The Next chapter” – Interview with Freestyle rider Robbie Maddison

Robbie Maddison is, without a doubt, the biggest motorcycle daredevil on the face of the planet today. A top-level freestyle rider, a Hollywood stuntman, a world record distance jumper and responsible for some of the sickest and most daring stunts ever performed on a motorcycle and one of the stars in the KTM-supported film, “On Any Sunday: The Next Chapter”.



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Interview of the Month: Roger De Coster – 5 minutes on 4 years at 70

There is little doubt on the positive effect that former world champion Roger De Coster has had on KTM North America since he was placed in a position of immense influence on the racing programme in 2011. After four years in orange and shortly after his 70th birthday celebrations we took five minutes of his time at the Motocross of Nations to ask for some perspective.