1955 – that’s sixty years ago now. Everything was well in the motorcycle world, the Second World War had ended ten years previously and the economy was picking up again. KTM founder Hans Trunkenpolz was early to see the signs of the times and presented his first motorcycle to the public in 1953.
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In 1964, at the 39th International Six Days Enduro KTM re-entered and competed with three factory riders, having withdrawn from the competition at the end of the 50s. It was the start of a success story in Enduro racing which is to the present day nonpareil.
60 years ago, KTM celebrated the first of numerous production records – a review at the year 1954.
After 80 years of orange company history, we take a closer look at the beginnings in 1934.
In celebration of 80 years of company history, we take a closer look on the well-known letters of “KTM”.