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KTM 250 EXC MY2017

Lighter, stronger, faster: The next generation of Enduro is here

Enduro has many guises, but one thing is very clear, KTM is committed to providing something that does the job, and does it well. The new generation of Enduro is here, and the R&D experts in Mattighofen, Austria have revised each and every machine from the ground up with over 90% of parts in each bike being completely new.



Taddy Blazusiak (POL) 2016

Taddy Blazusiak: Recovery, the new Enduro range and Erzberg

Taddy Blazusiak is a man on a mission. The ultra-successful Enduro-ace has had a tough time in the last 12 months, but he’s finally back on track. Blazusiak joined the recent KTM Enduro Launch last week, where a new generation of bikes was unveiled, so we caught up with him on the good, the bad and the new bikes!



Arnaldo Farioli (ITA) 2004

#inthisyear1976: International success for the Farioli Team

The KTM Factory Team for the Enduro World Championship 2016 was introduced in Arco Di Trento in Italy at the start of March – keen observers will certainly have noticed the Farioli logo on the riders’ jerseys. Farioli – the name is synonymous with fifty years of Enduro sport success. And exactly forty years ago, Farioli’s riders enjoyed a double success in what was at the time the Enduro European Championship.



Ryan Dungey & KTM SX Mini line-up MY2017

Feeding the roots: KTM’s new Sportminicycle range is super-cool

KTM’s grass roots lie in offroad racing. Offroad racing’s roots are in the families that devote their weekends to practicing and competing, be it at local, national or international level, so it’s only apt that KTM devotes energy into developing a superior quality of machine for the young rider.



Rok Bagoros with Jordanian Hatta on his head

Rok Bagoroš: Dream big, never give up – and go to Jordan!

Rok Bagoroš is the first stunt rider in the world to perform his tricks 432 meters below sea level – and the first to leave his tire tracks in the ancient and majestic Jordanian city of Petra.



Ryan Dungey (USA) KTM 450 SX-F East Rutherford (USA) 2016

Interview of the Month: Checking in with double AMA Supercross Champ Ryan Dungey

Friday night at Le Mans and the MotoGP paddock has finally quietened. Mechanics and staff are busy toiling in the claustrophobic pit garages and the odd bike engine revs in the distance. There might be an eight-hour time difference to the west coast of the USA but – in contrast our situation – the AMA Supercross series is on the edge of wrapping.



Wayne Banks KTM 450 SX-F Valkenswaard (NED) 2016

Herlings’ KTM 250 SX-F: 5 changes to ‘84’s Grand Prix bike

Six Grands Prix and twelve motos; Jeffrey Herlings not only dominated the start of the 2016 FIM MX2 Motocross World Championship, he utterly creamed the opposition with a perfect scorecard. The Dutchman’s Red Bull KTM factory bike is renowned for being remarkably similar to the production 250 SX-F with only engine internals and special suspension parts from WP Performance Systems as the principal alterations.



Red Bull KTM Factory Racing Team KTM 450 SX-F East Rutherford (USA) 2016

Back to back: 450 Supercross World Champion

Ryan Dungey and the Red Bull KTM Factory Racing Team claim a second consecutive AMA 450 Supercross World Championship!



Racing-Ausflug: KTM-Tester Thomas Gradinger, Norbert Thaler, Hannes Maier,  flankiert von einem halben Dutzend Mechaniker und Helfer. | Race outing: KTM testers Thomas Gradinger, Norbert Thaler, and Hannes Maier, surrounded by a half-dozen mechanics and assistants.

KTM trio at the 1000 km Hockenheim

Norbert Thaler, Hannes Maier and Thomas Gradinger didn’t have much time for egg hunting this Easter. The three KTM test riders were too busy tearing around the track at the 1000 km Hockenheim on a KTM 1290 SUPER DUKE R.



Bo Bendsneyder (NED) Jerez (ESP) 2016

Interview of the Month: When I’m 64 – Five minutes with Bo Bendsneyder

In Catalan the word ‘bo’ also means ‘good’ or ‘of quality’. Rookie Dutchman Bo Bendsneyder has been catching attention just four Grands Prix into his greenshoots career. As his name would indicate to some of his team and those in the Granollers town there is something special about the ‘64’.