9th Annual KTM Adventure Rider RallyWant to further improve your skills in the discipline of Adventure riding? One way that’s sure to improve your skills is attending the 9th annual KTM Adventure Rider Rally in Bend, Oregon, Sept. 14-16.
During the rally, participants will learn skills from riders who have been all over the world. The school is focused on using KTM machines (KTM 640, 690, 950 and 990 Adventure), although all makes are welcomed.KTM says: “The KTM Adventure Rider Rally is entering its ninth year as the only national festival for KTM owners and enthusiasts. This year’s rally offers unbelievable adventure riding opportunities.“Participants will learn from KTM experts as they cover a technical overview of the Adventure in between jam-packed days of dual-sport riding. In addition, KTM will host free demo rides to all participants aboard the KTM street line of motorcycles.”Select meals are included throughout the three-day event. Please see the event flyer attached above for more details. Both events include appearances from KTM professional athletes as well as Saturday awards night, games and more.Clear your schedule and pre-register to receive a reduced rate at $125 per person and receive a free event T-shirt. This price does not include bike or lodging. KTM has a reserved group rate at the Mount Bachelor Village Resort. To register for this event please visit ktmorangeevents.com.
This week we ride two genre-departing motorcycles from the established American manufacturers. Jess McKinley gives us his thoughts on the all new Harley-Davidson Pan America Special, and Ron Lieback gives his on Indian’s latest version of the FTR 1200 S.