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KTM Presents Six Days Racing Service at 2013 ISDE

KTM Six Days Enduro
KTM Six Days Enduro

2013 International Six Days Enduro

KTM, the main sponsor of the 2013 FIM International Six Days Enduro, will be on hand in Sardinia from Sept. 30 to Oct. 5, offering a variety of services.

During the famed ISDE, the Austrian manufacturer will offer loads of useful services to competitors, including bike transport, rental, race assistance and spare parts service, along with KTMs for sale.

European ISDE riders will have the opportunity to buy a Six Days model (shown above) at an official dealer and ask for the transport service in Sardinia. The bike will be delivered “race-ready” with registration and insurance.

Once the rider completes the ISDE, he or she simply gives the motorcycle to KTM, which ships it to the rider’s home dealership. For non-European competitors, there is the possibility to rent a bike, choosing among the following models: 125 EXC; 250 EXC, 300 EXC, 250 EXC-F, 350 EXC-F, 450 EXC; 500 EXC.

As the more experienced riders know, logistic is one of the most important features and it’s really important to have a reliable assistance. For this reason, KTM has an assistance point in every checkpoint. Furthermore, there will be a spare parts service in the paddock.

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