KTM to unveil it’s new motocross bike, a ‘future generation’ racing machine, in Milan, Italy
KTM has chosen EICMA (November 10-15, 2009), the world’s largest Motorcycle Fair, as the perfect stage to unveil what the future of Motocross looks like for KTM!
The world’s first unveiling of a completely new motocross model at the KTM exhibit booth on November 10, 2009 (Hall 18, stand M68), represents a significant step toward “defining new lines”. The revealing of the new motorcycle is the next logical step for the Austrian motorcycle manufacturer as its tradition as a result based operation have led to over 160 World Championships and the development of a new motocross model.
KTM takes great pride in the results gathered during international competition in 2009. The MX2 World champion Marvin Musquin, the runner up MX1 World Champion Max Nagl, and of course, the female Motocross World Champion Steffi Laier, have all contributed to, and benefited from the clear and consequent development at KTM.
It is with racing, where the vision of the KTM developers begins. The racing pedigree and ongoing development is key to “defining new lines.” There is one man whom this new motocross generation centers on: The Motocross-legend, multiple World Champion and KTM Factory Motocross Team Boss, Stefan Everts!
The new motocross generation to be unveiled at EICMA ensures KTM has, and always will be “Ready to Race”!
Click on the thumbnail below to view the much larger image of secret sketch of the new bike. Will this be the new machine that riders like Mike Alessi and MX1 World Motocross Champion Tony Cairoli will ride in 2010???