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Buy a KTM, ride with Sebastien Tortelli

KTM North America and the Sebastien Tortelli Champ Factory Motocross School are excited to announce a promotional partnership that benefits all future KTM SX model motorcycle owners.

Starting November 15, with each 2008-2009 KTM SX model purchase the proud new owner will not only receive a great KTM "Ready to Race" motorcycle but one FREE day riding school with 2X Motocross World Champion Sebastien Tortelli.

The idea behind the offer is to give riders of all levels an experience they will never forget by teaching them the tools to become a better overall rider through an instructional course from a past champion and well decorated racer. "KTM has been a sponsor of Champ Factory Motocross Schools for the past two years by providing bikes for the program instructors. This year we wanted to go even further and offer these schools to customers within the local area as a bonus to their new bike purchase," commented KTM Sales Manager Revelle Harrison.

The program will roll out in California and Arizona first and will add additional states as the program grows. "We are excited about this opportunity, but would like to start slow to ensure that the customers who attend have the best service and opportunities available. We plan to extend a riding school offer to all states after the initial launch period," remarked Harrison.

"I am very excited to open my school to more KTM riders. I am very familiar with the KTM brand and have been riding the bikes for many years myself. I thought his was a great opportunity to welcome enthusiast riders to my school and help them excel to the next level," remarked Tortelli.

The following 2008-2009 models are eligible for this program: 85 SX, 105 SX, 125 SX, 144 SX, 150 SX, 250 SX, 250 SX-F, 450 SX-F and 505 SX-F. For more information on this program please visit your nearest KTM dealer.


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