KTM's Marvin Musquin continued his unbeaten winter streak by taking the win in Sunday's final at the Paris Supercross at the U Arena. Musquin, who won a cool $1 million by being undefeated at the Monster Cup, then again won the Red Bull Straight Rhythm, added the King of Paris
Check out this cool video about the nine-times world champion from his home in Sicily to global dirt bike superstar!
Red Bull KTM rider Jeffrey Herlings has signed up to race in the Be Wiser Hawkstone International on 11th February 2018. Herlings is a big fan of the famous Hawkstone Park circuit and missed the International in 2017 due to other racing commitments. One of the fastest riders in the
It’s not often that a manufacturer wheels out a totally brand new 85cc two-stroke youth race bike. New as in new engine, new frame, suspension, bodywork – the lot. It always seems like youth racers get the short straw with bikes that don’t change for decades, apart from the odd
World MX2 champ Pauls Jonass has left his trainer, ex-GP winner Marc De Reuver, who took him to his first world title this year. Instead, he'll be working with four-times world champ Harry Everts, father of the ten-times world champion Stefan Everts.
Jonass used to work with Harry Everts at KTM until
KTM has revealed an entirely new-generation KTM 450 RALLY bike in a bid to claim a seventeenth consecutive Rally Dakar victory. It will be raced by 2017 Dakar winner, Briton Sam Sunderland, who got to check it out when it was unveiled at the Milan bike show yesterday.
Representing two years of intense
British motocross champ Graeme Irwin talks about his switch from Honda to KTM and how he'll contest the British and world championships under a new team structure.
Nathan Watson on his works KTM showed the European sand specialists how to do it at the Moto Club Du Littoral, round two of the French sand racing championship (Ronde des Sables) at Loon Plage just outside Dunkirk in north eastern France at the weekend. Watson had already won the first
By Dave Willet. It’s fair to say there’s not a lemon in any of KTM’s orange bikes. The 450 and 250 are class-leaders, and the 350 has no real rival. As for the 125 and 250 two-strokes, they’re the newest kids on the block and feel more modern than anything
Even ‘storm Brian’ couldn’t stop the mighty Purbeck MXC from staging the 2017 AMCA Weymouth Beach Moto-cross! And, what a very successful event it was with a massive 340 riders, a large crowd watching all the action for FREE and the organising club able to hand over a cheque for