Riders who compete in the E1 class and crave for that two-stroke low-end torque can now benefit of the new KTM 105 XC. The engine is more powerful than ever and the new chassis makes it handle like no other thanks to being lightweight. The only thing the new and smallest XC needed was the addition of new plastics.
KTM’s biggest two-stroke XC motorcycles combine toughness with loads and loads of torque in order to keep on rolling towards the culmination of their careers. Power and handling are always key to bike’s successes and these two will stand by you at every speed range.
The Austrian manufacturer has one of the largest off-road lineups, if not the largest as succeeding on the rough terrain is a true priority for KTM. Considering how selective the builder is and the fact that the 2008 450 XC-W (R) occupies one of the first places in the vast lineup you can get a pretty good idea of what you’re buying.
KTM’s new street legal dual sport bike, the 530 XC-W (R), situates among the leaders of the class for delivering tractable power all through its rpm range, especially in the low end. It is all due to its completely revised XC4 motor which makes it suitable for off-road incursions.
Totally revised for 2008, the KTM 990 Adventure and Adventure S are the models which raise their manufacturer’s name on a pedestal and thanks to a bigger, fuel injected engine which meets Euro ||| regulations and ABS system, these models manage to keep it there.
Riders who enjoy exploring the most deserted areas on earth are offered an extremely capable KTM adventure motorcycle that will complete with all of their riding needs thanks to its low weight, long travel suspension and versatile chassis. Getting out of trouble is no problem for the 640 Adventure Traveller’s Edition as it features the LC4 engine.