The International Six Days Enduro is the world’s largest enduro competition. KTM’s motorcycles were always among the best performers in this competition and every year the company proves its value wining various titles. To be able to withstand the punishment of this tough race, KTM’s enduro motorcycles receive a special treatment which helps them finish the race with success.
One of these special models is the KTM 500 EXC Six Days. The bike comes with a complete package of high-quality special options which make it ready for the contest.
The KTM 500 EXC Six Days is built on a light yet stiff frame made from high quality, lightweight, chrome-molybdenum steel profiles. Despite the fact that the frame is not made of aluminum (like most of KTM’s rivals) it still weighs 0.5 kg less than its lightest competitor.
Other features include a new generation 4CS closed-cartridge fork from WP Suspension, full rear brake disc (no slots/holes), exhaust silencer with Six Days logo and a quick-release spindle at the front.
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Agile, compact and fun, what more could you ask from an enduro bike? With these three qualities, the electric KTM Freeride E has all it needs to reward its rider with a unique riding experience, regardless of what type of terrain lies beneath him.
Power comes from a light, yet strong electric motor which puts out 42 Nm of torque, and up to 22 kW (30 hp) peak power. The motor receives its energy from a 300V Traction Battery which provides 2.1 kWh of energy for more than 30 minutes. Another unique feature offered by the KTM Freerinde E is the fact that it comes without a conventional gearbox or clutch, because the high-torque electric motor allows a fixed transmission ratio to be used instead.
Thanks to the low seat height of 910 mm and the 95 kg weight, the KTM Freeride E is also fairly easy to handle. The motorcycle is kept in check by a capable brake system with newly designed levers mounted conveniently on the handlebars.
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Designed with practicality and agility in mind, the KTM 690 SMC R is able to deal with any type of tracks with poise.
The motorcycle rewards you with first class ergonomics and you’ll especially like the self-supporting rear end/fuel tank unit and the low seat. Not to mention about the sporty stance and the perfectly angled, wide aluminum handlebar.
The bike is equipped with a lightweight tubular space frame made from chrome-molybdenum steel. The frame is combined with a high-quality die-cast swingarm which is ultra resistant to torsion.
The ride quality is assured by the KTM 690 SMC R’s WP upside-down fork, which offers a whole 250 mm of suspension travel and 48 mm outer tubes. Out back, you’ll find a pivot-arm articulated WP pressurised-gas monoshock which offers 250 mm of wheel travel. If you want to bring the bike to halt, you can rely with confidence on a set of capable Brembo brakes.
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The KTM 450 SMR offers first class performances and is packed with many modern technologies which help it remain among the top dogs in its segment. Moreover, the motorcycle has received a series of upgrades for 2012, hence it just became better.
At the heart of the motorcycle lies a new single-cylinder, 4-stroke, spark-ignition engine. The unit is liquid-cooled and has a 449.3 cc displacement. The engine is brought to life with a compact electric starter and is paired with a 5-speed transmission.
The 2012 KTM 459 SMR rides on new, front 48mm upside-down forks from WP, featuring closed-cartridge technology. On the other hand, the rear wheel is kept in check by a WP monoshock which has been specially tuned for Supermoto racing. Needless to say, that a wide setup range for rebound and compression damping allows individual adjustment of the chassis for the most diverse tracks.
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The KTM 123 EXC was already an agile and reliable motorcycle, but the model has received a few modifications which make it even better.
The long list of upgrades was made for the world’s largest enduro competition, the "International Six Days Enduro". As a result the KTM 125 EXC Six Days comes with a whole package of special options which make it perfectly suited for the task.
For the starters, the bike is fitted with its own individual suspension settings, optimally tuned to weight and engine. Talking about the engine, the 2013 KTM 125 EXC Six Days is powered by a 1-cylinder 2-stroke, water-cooled engine, with reed intake and exhaust control. The 124.8 cc unit is paired with a six speed, claw shifted transmission. The motorcycle is built on a stiff frame made from high quality, lightweight, chrome-molybdenum steel profiles.
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The KTM 500 EXC offers a tasty mix which includes high power, low weight and proper handling. Not to mention about the unsurpassed chassis and the perfect ergonomics which make your ride a hassle free experience.
The motorcycle is constructed using a strong frame made from high quality, lightweight, chrome-molybdenum steel profiles. In conjunction with the rear PDS damping system, it is designed for optimum absorption of shocks introduced by the rear wheel. It is also worthy of being mentioned that it weighs 0.5 kg less than the lightest rival. Naturally, the frame’s center piece is the 1-cylinder 4-stroke, water-cooled engine, which is kept in leash by a wet multi-disc, hydraulically operated clutch. The stopping power is assured by Brembo disc brakes – 260 mm front and 220 mm rear.
The motorcycle rides on high quality KTM wheels with CNC-machined hubs. The wheels are shod in fresh MAXXIS FIM tyres which are ideal for offroad use.
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The KTM 300 EXC was developed to race in the world’s largest enduro competition, the "International Six Days Enduro".
The competition lasts six days in succession and covers over a thousand offroad kilometers. The rider will have to spent over 40 hours in the saddle, so its bike must receive a special treatment to be able to finish the race with success.
At the heart of the motorcycle lies a 1-cylinder 2-stroke, water-cooled engine, with reed intake and exhaust control. The 293 cc unit sends power to the rear wheel via a six speeds, claws shifted gearbox. In terms of power-to-weight ratio, the 2013 KTM 300 EXC Six Days is practically unbeatable as it weighs only 104 kg.
The 2013 KTM 300 EXC Six Days rides on a front WP Suspension Up Side Down fork and a rear WP Suspension shock absorber.
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The KTM 250 EXC Six Days was carefully prepared to compete in the world’s largest enduro competition, the "International Six Days Enduro". The motorcycle needed a pretty special treatment to be able to withstand the punishment of the competition which covers over a thousand offroad kilometers.
Thereby a performance package which includes high-quality special options makes the KTM 250 EXC 2013 fit for this challenge.
Among the KTM 250 EXC Six Days features you’ll find the new generation 4CS closed-cartridge fork from WP Suspension, a sporty frame with high quality orange coating, CNC-machined triple clamps (orange anodized), black anodised handlebar with Six Days logo, full rear brake disc (no slots/holes) and a Camel SXS seat. Other features that worth to be mentioned are the exhaust silencer with KTM Six Days anodising (anthracite) and Six Days logo, the Orange radiator grille and the Exclusive Six Days graphics.
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KTM revealed the 250 EXC-F Six days model which is a special edition especially tuned to withstand the demands of the “International Six Days Enduro” competition.
The race is a tough test for both the rider and its bike and it covers over a thousand kilometers. A complete package of high-quality special options makes the KTM 250 EXC‑F 2013 fit for this ruthless contest.
The KTM 250 EXC-F Six Days is powered by a 1-cylinder 4-stroke, water-cooled engine with a displacement of 248.60 cc. The 1 cylinder unit is paired with a Keihin engine management system which improves performance at high speeds. You also get electronic fuel injection, a 42 mm throttle body, automatic temperature and altitude compensation. Moreover, a map-select switch is available as an option and helps you chose from a variety of different engine characteristics.
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With its rugged and unstoppable character the KTM 450 EXC is able to deal with any type of terrain with poise. Moreover, its compact design and the stiff frame help it move with agility.
At the heart of the motorcycle lies a 1-cylinder 4-stroke, water-cooled engine with a displacement of 449.3 cc.
The stopping power is assured by Brembo brakes which include wave brake discs (260 mm front and 220mm rear). The further refined rear brake cylinder has a new internal mechanism that ensures less wear at the rubber seal and therefore greater durability.
The motorcycle rides on a pair of high quality KTM wheels with CNC-machined hubs. The wheels are wrapped in new MAXXIS FIM tyres which offer excellent traction.
The ride is kept in check by a front WP suspension up side down and a rear WP Suspension shock absorber.
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