• KTM 1290 SUPER DUKE GT MY2019
    KTM 1290 SUPER DUKE GT MY2019
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    KTM 790 ADVENTURE MY2019
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    KTM 690 ENDURO R MY2019
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    KTM 690 SMC R MY2019
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    KTM PowerParts
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    KTM FREERIDE E-XC MY2018
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    KTM 790 DUKE MY2019
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    KTM 1290 SUPER DUKE R MY2019
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    KTM RACING
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    KTM FREERIDE 250 F MY2018
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    KTM PowerWear

Tag: Craig Dent

KTM bikes: How they come to be

Kiska is a prominent name when it comes to the look, shape and function of each KTM but how exactly do the two companies work together to make the motorcycles? We went to Mattighofen to ask …



Seeing the light: the new face of street?

Eagled eyed visitors to the INTERMOT show and subsequently the fresh 2017 SUPER ADVENTURE model range by KTM might have noticed a curious new headlight in the offing. The catching LED unit (and cornering lights on the SUPER ADVENTURE) is about to make an even bigger impact at KTM and we spoke to Kiska’s lead designer, Craig Dent, for the truth behind the glass …



MXGP 2016: Three big KTM questions

MXGP launches this week in Qatar for the first of eighteen rounds. What should race fans be looking for when it comes to the formidable orange?



Design on the track

How KISKA are coming up with ways to make life easier when the gate drops. When was the last time you really looked at a dirt bike? Of all motorcycles on the market a typical SX, for example, is fairly rudimentary: wheels, chassis, suspension, motor, plastics, seat and bars. There might be some superb tricks of technology going on that are invisible to the naked eye but rarely does a Motocrosser seem to push barriers of design. Or does it?