KTM HOMEWORK CHALLENGE

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We know life is hard at the minute and that motivating our kids to do school work is tough. So we’ve come up with some #KTMHomework to try and offer an alternative engagement for your bike mad little'uns. While we’re on lockdown in the UK, we will set some #KTMHomework each week for your child to do. We’re encouraging everyone to upload their work and we’ll reward the best efforts with some KTM PowerWear - so stay tuned to KTM UK’s social media channels to find out the latest assignment.

Obviously, we’re not advocating this as the only work your children do during this time, but we hope that by offering an interesting challenge they can get their teeth stuck into an additional exciting topic! Listed below are the challenges by week, so feel free to jump in whenever you want!

#KTMHomework - Week 1 (27th to 31st March)

Our first KTM Homework project is a simple one. We want to see your best colouring or drawing of your favourite KTM rider – it could be Jeffrey Herlings, Pol Espagaro, Jonny Walker, Sam Sunderland, or any other KTM star.

You’ve got until Tuesday 31st March to send it in to us via our Facebook, Twitter or Instagram pages, tagging #KTMHomework and the rider.  The best entry will then receive a Kids Replica Team Hoodie (sorry, we can only deliver to a UK address, subject to current restrictions). We’ll then set next week’s #KTMHomework on 31st March.

 

#KTMHomework - Week 2 (31st March to 6th April)

Our second KTM Homework project is based on geography. We want to see a drawing or colouring of every flag that the MXGP championship was going to race at in 2020 – before Coronavirus got involved!

You’ve got until 6th April to send it to us (via our Facebook, Twitter, Instagram pages), tagging #KTMHomework.

The best entry will receive a Kids Radical Tee (sorry, we can only deliver to a UK address, subject to current restrictions). Get to it and remember to share your skills among all your friends with KTM-mad kids!

 

#KTMHomework - Week 3 (7th to 13th april)

This is the third week of KTM Homework and we’ve been so impressed with all your efforts. Maths is our topic this week, but this is KTM Maths! We want you to calculate how many points all KTM riders scored in total in the MotoGP, Moto2 and Moto3 world championships in 2019. You'll need to do some research on the riders and their results - so head to @motogp for help. We want your answer in the form of an illustrated number, so be creative with your drawing. Please post your answers below or use #KTMHomework when tagging a picture. We’re on Facebook, Instagram & Twitter.

You’ve got until 13th April to send it to us and the best one will receive a Kids Replica Team Tee (sorry, we can only deliver to a UK address, subject to current restrictions). Please share among all your friends with KTM-mad kids!

 

#KTMHomework - Week 4 (14th to 21st april)

At the heart of every KTM is its engine. We make two-stroke, four-stroke and electric engines. They can be single cylinder, twin cylinder or the V4 from the RC16 MotoGP bike. And they can power street motorcycles, motocross machines or enduro bikes. What they have in common is that they all make a KTM come alive!

What we want you to do is pick three parts from an engine, draw us a picture of each part and explain to us in a few words what it does. It could be a piston, a valve, a gear, a camshaft, a spark plug, a clutch or a different part. You'll need to do lots of research and ask your parents lots of questions to nail this task.

Please post your answers below or use #KTMHomework when tagging a picture. We’re on Facebook, Instagram & Twitter. You’ve got until 21st April to send it to us and the best one will receive a Kids Radical Zip Hoodie (sorry, we can only deliver to a UK address, subject to current restrictions).

Please share among all your friends with KTM-mad kids!

 

#KTMHomework - Week 5 (22nd to 28th april)

It's time for some history #KTMHomework! The KTM Motohall was opened last year, celebrating all things KTM. In the Motohall are many elements that feature KTM's history. So what we want you to do is to tell us about three important years in KTM's history - they could be when KTM entered or won certain races, when a particular bike was built or when KTM was started.

We want to see good research, interesting facts and great illustrations. The best entry will receive a Kids Replica Team Hoodie (we can only deliver to a UK address, subject to current restrictions). Please post your #KTMHomework using this tag. We’re on Facebook, Instagram & Twitter. You’ve got until 28th April!

Please share among all your friends with KTM-mad kids!

 

#KTMHomework - Week 6 (29th APRIL to 5th MAY)

This week’s challenge is a tough one! KTM makes two types of engines – well, three if you count the electric ones. But most of our combustion engines (engines that use petrol) are either two-stroke or four-stroke.

What we want you to do is research the differences and the similarities between two and four-stroke engines. For example, tell us what parts are shared, which type is more complicated, which are heavier, what noises they make and why you would use which engine in a particular bike.

As always, we want to see lots of great facts and awesome illustrations. The best entry will receive a Kids Circle Hoodie (we can only deliver to a UK address, subject to current restrictions). Please post your #KTMHomework using this tag. We’re on Facebook, Instagram & Twitter. You’ve got until 5th May!

Please share among all your friends with KTM-mad kids!

 

#KTMHomework - Week 7 (5th to 12th MAY)

OK, OK, the last few weeks have been tough, so we wanted this weeks’ #KTMHomework to be more fun! We want you to design your ideal track. It could be a street, MX or an enduro track.

We want to see some great illustrations, it to have loads of features and for you to explain what things you’ve added and why you’d love to ride it. Maybe you love jumps on an MX track, hairpins on a street circuit or tough enduro sections. Stick them in! Don’t forget to think about the pits, paddock and watching areas.

We’ll choose an entry that will win a Kids Replica Hoodie (we can only deliver to a UK address, subject to current restrictions). Please post your #KTMHomework to Facebook, Instagram or Twitter using the tags below. You’ve got until 12th May!

Please share among all your friends with KTM-mad kids!

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