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KTM 2004 Motorcycle Range

KTM Sport | 990 Duke

After the successful introduction of the 950 Adventure, our first two-cylinder motorcycle, KTM is already presenting the next motorcycle based on the LC8 engine as pre-production model at the Milan show the 990 Duke. We also enhanced our core product lines in the off-road area: the 85 SX went into production and the completely modernized 250/300 EXC now sets the benchmark in the enduro segment. Consequently built to suit the requirements of racers, they are joined by our Supermoto Racing SMR models. During the 2003 sports racing season KTM has again won several World Championship titles.

Once more the Rallye Dakar winner was victorious on a KTM motorcycle and the difficult task of competiting in the Road Racing Grand Prix sport is being mastered. The current worldwide market environment is challenging therefore KTM will continue to strictly focus on our core competence Sportmotorcycles and our clear commitment to the passion of motorcycles the ingredients of their enduring success. Enclosed on the CD Information Kit 2004 and in our current 2004 brochures you will find further details. We would be honoured to welcome you personally at one of our events to discuss our goals and ambitions.

This year KTM can proudly look back to a successful enduro season 2003: Juha Salminen double worldchampion of the class over 500cc and winner of all classes and Mike Lafferty US national Enduro Champion. In 2004 with the 250/300 EXCs, KTM launch's a completely new enduro motorcycles. The model year 2004 is optically characterised through the single-part plastic fender, like all models.

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KTM Sportminicycles
KTM Motocross SX
KTM Euduro MXC
KTM Enduro EXC
KTM Adventure
KTM Onroad