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.
Monthly archives: November, 2014
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.
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”.
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.
On 11th November 1994, the KTM motorcycle business was rebranded KTM Sportmotorcycle AG. It was the beginning of a success story that lasts until the present day and made KTM the number one among the European manufacturers.
Why is the German KTM SUPER DUKE Battle – in which 990 and 1290cc SUPER DUKEs compete together (in separate classifications) with organisation and support provided by KTM dealer Konrad Schittko – so unbelievably popular? It’s best we let those involved explain it themselves…
Prego. The Austrian input to this year’s runway competition in Milan is the KTM 1050 ADVENTURE. It is no desperately dolled up diva, but a fascinating bike that impresses with sporting naturalness.