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In your Owner's Manual or as a printout from KTM Dealer.Net via KTM Dealer.
You can download current Owner's Manuals for a specific model from this website. Older KTM Owner's Manuals from before model year 2000 can be downloaded as a printable PDF version by any KTM dealer from the KTM Dealer.Net.
For vehicles bought before March 2020, you can find the warranty conditions in your service booklet. For vehicles bought after this point in time, the warranty conditions can be found on the delivery certificate.
The KTM manufacturer's warranty is valid worldwide; any authorised KTM dealer is entitled to perform warranty work.
The length of the guarantee period is stated in the certificate of delivery. If you would like to have the KTM guarantee for street models extended, you can find further information here!
Yes, the KTM manufacturer's warranty is specific to a particular motorcycle and can be transferred to a new owner. The precondition for this is that the new owner is registered in the KTM Dealer.Net. Registration can be performed by any KTM dealer.
You also have the option of registering the transfer of ownership using the "Address or Owner Change" card in the service booklet. Please send it to the KTM representative in your country.
In case of a recall, each vehicle owner of an affected vehicle will be contacted by KTM (or the respective national government authority) and requested to make a workshop appointment.
In addition, you will see a request to contact your dealer at Service query in the case of an open recall.
Every authorised KTM dealer can look up the vehicle's history in the KTM Dealer.Net; open updates are shown and can be carried by out by any authorised KTM dealer.
You will find information on the recommended service intervals for your motorcycle here.
You will find information on the recommended tyres for your motorcycle here.
You will find information on the recommended fuel for your motorcycle here.
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Experience the entire world of KTM from the handlebars perspective? For years now, our KTM customer sport programme has made this possible with our "Ride Orange"
KTM racetrack training: TNT Race Orange
Anyone who sets out for a KTM Track’n’Test Day with his KTM (or any other bike) knows what to expect: a day full of racing thrills and adrenalin, as well as plenty of racetrack expertise. Training is conducted in different groups, offering each person the perfect environment. Instructor support is a part of the KTM Track’n’Test Days, as is professional track management – with marshals, course stewards and medical care. This ensures the best possible riding safety.
"Ready to Race" is far more than just a marketing slogan to KTM. It is the motto under which the company organises a series of professional enduro and motocross camps in – with the highest standards. Training sessions are held on enduro and motocross tracks that are as interesting as they are demanding. Track profiling enables training at a wide variety of levels. The objective is to further improve your riding skills and, naturally, speed. KTM Race Camps are open to riders of all brands.
Whether training sessions with racing pros, riding fun at the most scenic locations in Europe or just pure adventure – KTM Adventure Tours offer a spectacular programme for all offroad fans. Whether beginner, seasoned enduro expert or global nomad – every KTM Adventure Tours customer gets what he is looking for. Thanks to the ongoing commitment of the KTM Adventure Tours team, we can offer an exclusive programme supported by our offices in and . Of course, every tour contains the best ingredients for an unforgettable offroad experience: Travel is in groups, led by the most seasoned tour guides over sensationally beautiful trails.
Dedicated to tradition? KTM's maxim "READY TO RACE" and our company philosophy are rooted in our successful commitment to racing. We take the insights we gain from motorsport development and invest them in KTM series production development – and thereby offer our customers the utmost quality: products that are "READY TO RACE".
Motorcycles from Mattighofen compete in a diverse range of race series around the world – and are regularly first across the finish line. More than 270 world championship titles send out a clear message.
At KTM, "READY TO RACE" is not only true with respect to offroad but for several years has also been true on the tarmaced racetracks of this world. Whether on or offroad, only one thing counts for KTM: being the fastest.
From A to Z, you will find all information, tables, news and racing facts regarding the KTM Racing Team under the Factory Racing menu on this web page.
The KTM Sportmotorcycle GmbH is a strong company and an equally strong brand that is constantly expanding its international marketing footprint. KTM is a leading international manufacturer of motorsports vehicles with a special emphasis on sport-oriented motorcycles that underscore the company’s “READY TO RACE” philosophy.
The company has its headquarters in Mattighofen, Austria and is run by CEO Stefan Pierer, who took control of management in 1992 when it was re-launched with a mission to produce motorcycles of exacting standards of excellence. Stefan Pierer is a well-known figure in the automotive world, widely respected as a brave decision maker with clear visions. Gerald Kiska is responsible for the crafting of KTM’s unique design and brand identity. In charge of product design and brand positioning, Kiska also created KTM’s distinct and internationally recognized KTM “Orange” corporate identity.
KTM is proud to be the world market leader in sport motorcycles, and has won more than 270 world championship titles. In January 2017, the company succeeded in winning the Dakar Rally for the sixteenth consecutive time, establishing its absolute dominance in the world’s most gruelling rally of more than 9,500 km and setting completely new benchmarks in international offroad racing. While foremost in the offroad racing segment all over the world, KTM is also constantly expanding its street bike range. Its factory-supported team that contested the International German Superbike Championships (IDM) last season came away with the Manufacturer’s Title.
The company markets an exclusive range of KTM PowerParts to enable its motorcycles to be upgraded and personalised to suit specific requirements i.e. track racing, touring, style etc. KTM also offers a constantly updated range of KTM PowerWear: branded motorcycle clothes, accessories and other merchandise that reflect both current fashion trends and the company’s own racing DNA. All of KTM’s model range, as well as its exclusive PowerParts and PowerWear are specifically designed to catalyse a thrilling experience in riding and racing cutting edge motorcycles.
In addition to its extensive ranges of offroad and street bikes, KTM, as KTM-Sportcar GmbH, also produces a light weight sports car, the KTM X-Bow and as such has taken the first step into the automobile area.
KTM has also recently opened three new joint ventures, complete with distinct flagship stores, in Sao Paolo, Dubai and on the Philippines. These ventures recognise the importance of the dynamic emerging markets in those two regions and underline KTM’s firm commitment to increase its international marketing footprint.
With around 3000 employees, KTM produced over 200,000 motorcycles during the 2016 financial year to achieve a turnover figure of approximately €1,14 billion. Some 30 sales subsidiaries and three other joint ventures deliver KTM products to around 2,500 independent dealers and importers all over the world.
KTM dealer: Product information on current models is offered by over 1,200 certified KTM distributors around the world. You will find details on our sales network and on dealers in your area with the help of our dealer search
KTM Online News: Current news – whether racing successes, product news or events – can be found at our News section on this web page. There, the KTM Team provides international and national information.
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Product information: Our current models are presented in detail on this web page. There, you can download product brochures or pictures.
You will find the current PowerWear collection here.
You will find the current PowerParts here.
You can get the printed catalogue from your KTM dealer.
The main collection of KTM PowerWear is presented in September of each year. A Spring Collection also comes out in March.
Please contact the KTM dealer in your area. You will find information and detailed product descriptions in the PowerWear section or at this link.
Please contact the KTM dealer in your area.
Please contact the KTM dealer in your area.
Please contact the KTM dealer in your area.
Please contact the KTM dealer in your area or the dealer that you bought the product from.
You will find PowerParts/PowerWear article numbers either on our website on the PowerParts/PowerWear web pages, in the respective catalog, or you can enquire at any KTM dealer. You can search for the article numbers for KTM Spare Parts at KTM dealer.