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KTM has become one of the most renowned and successful brands in motocross, supercross, dual-sport, and off-road racing in the last two decades. Its history dates back to 1934, while its first motorcycle was developed in 1951.

The Austrian manufacturer really took the industry by storm in the 2000s, where it surged to prominence across all disciplines, and has so far collected 281 world championships and has become Europe’s largest motorcycle manufacturer ahead of brands such as Husqvarna, Husaberg, Gas Gas and BMW.

Some of the world’s best riders have discovered success on KTM machinery through the renowned Red Bull KTM Factory Racing outfit, with riders such as Jeffrey Herlings, Antonio Cairoli, Jorge Prado, Marvin Musquin and Cooper Webb, plus former KTM racers Ryan Dungey, Ken Roczen, Pauls Jonass all lifting world titles in motocross or supercross, and then there’s Australian legend Toby Price - a two-time Dakar champion and Cross-Country Rallies World Champion.

The company has been at the forefront of innovation and technology when it comes to producing dirt bikes and KTM dirt bike parts, and it has continued to evolve and push its limits of development of OEM parts, making it one of the most popular manufacturers in not only the country, but also the world.

KTM is true to its ‘Ready to Race’ moniker in that its motorcycles are built as race bikes, and they offer a complete range that can make you an orange rider from the day you put on your first set of motocross gear for life - the product line starting at 50cc dirt bikes through to 450 motocross bikes and 500 enduro models. It’s a brand that the whole family can be part of it, which is a really appealing factor of joining team orange.

The company is also cementing itself in the street bike scene and has taken the adventure bike market by storm with its flagship 1290 and 1090 Adventure models, and of course, it’s all-new and highly-popular 790 Adventure range. These models have been derived from KTM’s learnings in the prestigious Dakar Rally, where it has claimed a staggering 18 victories.

If you’ve ever been to a junior motocross race, then you know KTM is an obvious choice for parents. The 50 SX Mini marks the model that youthful riders get their first taste of dirt bikes on and will begin to build their essential riding skills.

It’s a natural progression to the 50 SX - it has a little more power, bigger wheels, footpegs, and increased suspension. This where racers are made, with an automatic, rider-friendly platform. From there, the little groms step up to the 65 SX - a fully-fledged race bike where kids can learn a manual gearbox and begin to shape their race craft. It’s the bike that took two bright Australian talents to their first world titles in the category - Caleb Grothues and Jett Lawrence.

The mini bike range is completed by the 85 SX, which is available in both small and big wheel options. This is the bike that youngsters will spend the majority of their junior careers aboard, and it’s been the platform that has led to many flourishing careers in the sport - in fact, now former MX2 and SX2 champion Jay Wilson became the first Australian to win a junior world title with the 85 SX.

KTM’s motocross range has a bike to suit everyone’s needs, and it starts with the ever-popular 125 SX two-stroke, which is another bike that fills the gates at junior events. There is also the 150 SX, the model sharing everything with the 125, albeit with an extra boost in engine capacity and power.

The two-stroke motocross range is capped off with a favourite amongst pre-mix enthusiasts, and that’s the 250 SX. This is a bike that’s been adopted by many MX2 contenders as a competitive and affordable way to go racing, and it delivers an abundance of fun. KTM’s continued development and progression with two-strokes over the last decade has been responsible for throwing roost all over goggles and handguards for years and made it a leader in the market.

KTM’s four-stroke motocross range is extensive, offering a 250 SX-F, 350 SX-F, and the KTM 450SX-F. It was the first manufacturer to introduce the 350, and it’s perfect for those riders who like the torque of a 450, yet can still ride it aggressively like a 250.

The extended range and highly competitive package that comes with new KTM dirt bikes are what has made it so lucrative to riders and racers. KTM prides themselves on their quality production of motorcycle parts, from oil filters, air filters, sprockets, gaskets, brake pads, MX stickers, seat covers, fenders to steering dampers. KTM motorcycles manufacture everything for your bike from the moment you load up your bike with a set of tie-downs through to full rebuild kits of engine parts.

The European manufacturer’s commitment to progression and innovation comes to life in its enduro range, particularly with its line-up of fuel-injected TPI two-strokes. First introduced in 2017, the brand has now dropped traditional carby two-stroke from the enduro line, and offer three fuel-inject two-strokes - 150 EXC TPI, 250 EXC TPI and 300 EXC TPI.

These two-strokes are incredibly advanced compared to anything else on the market, where they have the ability to change the mapping on the go when you face differing terrains and obstacles in the trails.

The 150 is where junior riders can make step-up to ‘bike bikes’ in enduro, while the 250 offers an aggressive power delivery that’s ready for an off-road racer or weekend warrior. The 300 is favourite amongst enduro riders thanks to its smooth power delivery and an endless amount of torque.

The extended enduro four-stroke range by KTM includes the 250 EXC-F, 350 EXC-F, 450 EXC-F, and 500 EXC-F - there truly is a bike for everyone’s taste.

Whether you’re blasting through the trails or hitting long straights in the desert, KTM comes to the table with four models that will suit your needs. Australian Daniel Milner took the 450 EXC-F to individual outright honours in the 2018 International Six Days Enduro and it continues to be his bike of choice, while the 500 EXC-F has brought KTM a number of titles at the prestigious Finke Desert Race, which was most recently taken out by Alice Springs local and factor KTM pilot David Walsh.