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Own a Piece of KTM Racing History!


By: londonbikers.com | Published 09 April 2009, 12:37 | Views: 2,379 | tags: mx, motogp, ktm, motorcycles, collectors, tommy searle, mika kallio, hiroshi aoyama, julien simon
KTM Racing announces a unique opportunity all those who would like to acquire a piece of KTM's successful 2008 racing season and share in a part of motor racing history.
 
KTM Racing is now offering a small selection of its street and offroad factory bikes available for purchase for the very first time. This offer of Collectors Edition KTM machines represents a rare opportunity for all motor sports enthusiasts and fans to own a unique, custom-made racing motorcycle.
 
Want Tyla Rattray's world championship bike? Sorry, it's already been snapped up. But still available is the 250 SX-F (Model Year 2009) so successfully ridden by MX2 vice world champion Tommy Searle. So is the 450 SX-F (Model Year 2009) that Jonathan Barragan used to contest the MX1 GP season.
 
And if KTM's road racing bikes are the ones you admire there are three special machines on offer: the KTM 250 GP (Model Year 2008) factory bikes ridden last season by Mika Kallio, Hiroshi Aoyama and Julien Simon.
 
Next to this rare opportunity for motor sports fans, KTM Racing is also offering five totally revised 125 GP factory bikes, which were used in the 2007 125cc Grand Prix World championship and are still ready to race!
 
To round off this high speed selection there are four RC 125 production bikes, which were especially developed for the Red Bull KTM MotoGP Rookies Cup.
 
Should you be interested in learning more about this special range of factory bikes, please write an email to motorsportbikes@ktm.com.
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Evs17 | 09 April 2009, 23:55
Wow I bet the MotoGP 250cc bikes will sell for quite a bit, imagine getting your hands on one of those. Mika Kallio said they are more fun than MotoGP bikes because they move around more.

Jay | 10 April 2009, 13:31
I know! I'd give my right arm for one, but I don't think they'd accept it as payment. What an opportunity...
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