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KTM 300 EXC

KTM 300 EXC

With continued refinements to the popular EXC machines, the KTM Enduro bikes are ready, the company says, to set the standard for offroad fun and serious competition.

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Further dedication from the Austrian brand’s Research and Development department has seen the EXC range receive a variety of improvements and refinements for the latest version of each bike. Last year KTM’s EXC machines took the E1 and E3 Enduro World Championship title wins, the EnduroCross and SuperEnduro titles, a number of X-Games gold medals, the overall ISDE (International Six Days Enduro) win, along with numerous Extreme Enduro wins.

New for 2015

For 2015 the EXC receives a range of chassis developments including a new MAE digital speedometer, which offers more readily visible information to the rider, new black Neken handlebars with improved handguards, and softer dual-compound grips. There are also new black colored rims from Giant

KTM 350 EXC

KTM 350 EXC

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providing higher rigidity, that compliment the CNC machined hubs, as well as the factory look being completed with a striking orange frame, usually only seen on race team machines, and an exciting new graphic design.

The EXC range is already well renowned for its high specification components with high-end WP suspension including the well-proven PDS rear shock, a class-leading, modern and lightweight chromoly frame, high quality electrics and exhaust system and high-tech Brembo brakes.

Enduro range MY2015

The range itself includes four-stroke machines in the 250 EXC-F350 EXC-F,450 EXC500 EXC, along with the two-stroke machines 125 EXC