UNBOUND: Latest edition of KTM´s free magazine out now

Powered by the diverse DUKE range, KTM’s lifestyle publication is packed full of exclusive content, incredible stories and amazing images.

The second edition of KTM’s own premium lifestyle magazine, UNBOUND, is now available at no cost in dealers throughout Europe.


Using the nine-strong naked KTM DUKE range to transport the reader across a 110-page journey, the free publication is packed completely with exclusive content and stunning photography that covers a wide variety of topics from around the world; from travel to technology, stunting to suspension, interviews to the insane – right through to the origins of orange.

UNBOUND isn’t a KTM brochure, but uses the versatile and eclectic Naked Bike range as its subject to tell informative and entertaining stories. Highlights include the new KTM 1290 SUPER DUKE R SPECIAL EDITION racing a Zivko Edge 540 aerobatic aeroplane around public roads on the border between Italy and Austria and former four-time Superbike World Champion Carl Fogarty’s KTM 1290 SUPER DUKE R-powered guide to the Isle of Man.

The magazine also asks whether the original LC4-powered DUKE is ‘still good at being bad’ 22 years since it was launched and a prototype version of the new KTM 1290 SUPER DUKE GT is ridden 1,960 kms to a MotoGP race in just 36 hours before being signed off for production. There’s also an in depth interview with KISKA’s Creative Lead for KTM design, Craig Dent, a look at what exactly goes into making a road and a day spent learning tricks with DUKE-mounted professional stunt rider, Rok Bagoroš.

Editorial_EN Asphalt feature_EN KTM 1290 SUPER DUKE R SE vs_ Man vs_ Carl Fogarty at Isle of Man GT to GP_EN KTM 620 DUKE_Still good at being bad

The new UNBOUND magazine is available in five languages and can be found at selected KTM dealers in Austria, Germany, Switzerland, Italy, Spain, France, United Kingdom, Greece, Belgium, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Slovenia, Slovakia, Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Sweden, Norway and Denmark.

Photos: KTM | Sebas Romero | Chippy Wood