KTM hasn’t been showing any signs of slowing down when it comes to launching a new line of motorcycles. Last night, on June 23, 2020, at 11:00 pm, they have just unleashed their lineup of MX motorcycles with a slew of upgrades, liveries, and exciting new features that’s ready to race and tear up the dirt track with its SX range.
KTM’s SX model range has always been a favorite of the best motocross and supercross raiders across the globe that have earned more titles and AMA fame in the dirt racing scene. The 450 SX-F Factory edition is considered one of the best MX bikes in the market that has produced so many championship wins and raced by their very own KTM Redbull Factory Racing team which includes Marvin Musquin and Cooper Webb. the KTM 450 SX-F is a ready-to-race model equipped with numerous performance and optical upgrades as compared to the production model.
The SX model lineup comes in a selection of displacements that are meant for every racing class out there. The SX model lineup starts with SX-E electric motorcycles which is the perfect jumping point for young groms to build up their skills and move up into the sport of motocross as they grow older. The same goes for the 2-stroke SX 50cc range that comes both in standard and mini form and goes all the way up to 250cc’s with TPI or transfer port technology that makes premixing fuel and jetting carburetors a thing of the past.
Meanwhile, for the 4-stroke lineup, the SX-F model range starts from 250cc motorcycles and goes all the way up to 450cc with the 450 SX-F Factory Edition is the absolute beast of a performance motocross dirt machine.
The whole SX lineup comes with an updated preload-adjustable WP suspension performance upgrades. However, one of the biggest highlights that KTM announced on the virtual launch of its motocross lineup is the new MyKTM app that’s downloadable into your favorite smartphone. MyKTM app allows you to adjust your motorcycle’s traction control settings, engine braking, throttle response, and launch control according to your preference and liking. KTM stressed that even the best motocross machines are nothing if they cannot be tweaked according to the rider’s preference to make them perform better, and the new MyKTM does just that. It even includes a suspension recommendations tool which could serve as a useful guide to set up your suspension’s damping. The MyKTM app will be available from July 25 and will be compatible with their 2021 MX models.
You can still get a recap of KTM’s virtual launch of their 2021 MX lineup on their official Youtube channel.