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18 new KTM 2022 bikes!

18 new KTM 2022 bikes with unmatched speed that pushes the limits of performance! Designed on the racetrack and setting new higher standards, the new 2022 KTM motorcycles are the winner’s choice. New suspension technology, traction control, launch control, variable engine mapping, new starters and advanced technological solutions. The good news is that these are just the first models in a brand new 2022 KTM range and there are many more coming soon. Go KTM!

Discover these incredible new bikes now on TMW: 2022 KTM Freeride SX-E 5, KTM 450 XC-F, KTM 350 XC-F, KTM 250 XC-F, KTM 300 XC TPI, KTM 250 XC TPI, KTM 125 XC, KTM 450 SX-F, KTM 350 SX-F, KTM 250 SX-F, KTM 250 SX, KTM 150 SX, KTM 125 SX, KTM 85 SX 19/16, KTM 85 SX 17/14, KTM 65 SX, KTM 50 SX and KTM 50 SX Mini. With the updated 2022 livery, the new models are the gold standard for motocross and supercross competitions around the world.

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2022 KTM 125 SX


After decades of a continuous flow of information between the racing paddock and KTM’s production line, the full KTM SX 2022 lineup is closer than ever to the motorcycles winning the titles. Circuit-designed and fully meeting KTM’s superior performance standards in their updated 2022 livery, the new models are the gold standard for motocross and supercross competitions around the world.

Designed for those who know the importance of a solid technical foundation, the KTM SX-F model line is the winner’s choice. The 2022 4-stroke lineup includes three models that take advantage of KTM’s considerable gains in the segment with the latest WP XACT suspension technology and advanced technological solutions such as traction control, launch control, variable engine mapping and reliable starters.

The purest definition of advanced motorcycle technology, the KTM 450 SX-F 2022 is an extremely compact package that produces unmatched 63 hp of power in the most efficient way possible. The KTM 250 SX-F delivers unmatched outright speed in a class that pushes the limits of performance and the KTM 350 SX-F ideally combines 250 agility with even more engine growls.

2022 KTM 450 XC-F

Building on a legacy of top performance for both budding and experienced riders, the new 2-stroke range comprises three distinct models. A benchmark in the division, the KTM 125 SX is the development of the bike that occupied seven of the top 12 places in the 2020 EMX125 European Championship. In its updated 2022 version, the KTM 150 SX can fight with the mighty 250 4-stroke, while the KTM 250 SX is a 2-stroke power plant with the same feeling of lightness.

All full-size KTM SX 2022 models feature a racing orange coated frame finish to further enhance the proximity to the Red Bull KTM Factory Racing All-Star Championship winning machines. The updated frame lines up perfectly with the new blue seat cover and fresh colors of the graphics to visually underline the close connection to KTM’s factory machines.

2022 KTM 450 SX-F

KTM’s 2022 SX lineup is complemented by a series of Sport mini-bikes that share exactly the same racing-oriented development approach as KTM’s full-size motocross bikes. Junior riders who climb on any of the KTM 50 SX, KTM 65 SX and KTM 85 SX models can do so knowing they are getting top performance, top WP suspension, top of the line brakes and of minimal weight. . For the savvy rider, the wheels can start rolling with the 2022 KTM SX-E 5, the latest incarnation of a high-end electric mini-crosser that can grow with the young rider.

Joachim Sauer – KTM Offroad Product Manager: “The new SX range relies on the proximity of our racing machines and motorcycles that trade on circuits across continents. We have been refining these packages for several years and feel that the connection, both aesthetically but also in terms of performance, is closer than ever. To prove our point, we gave the MXGP and MX2 world champions stock bikes and I’m happy to confirm that they were surprised and impressed with their performance. It was appropriate to give the 2022 models an even more “ racy ” look with the blue and orange design and to remind riders and fans that there is no more READY TO RACE motocross line in any paddock.


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