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2015 KTM EXC Factory Editions Unveiled

2015 KTM EXC Factory Editions

KTM’s “Ready To Race” motto reaches another level for 2015 EXC models with the new Factory Editions.

Due to its success in the Enduro World Championship – KTM taking titles in both the E1 (Christophe Nambotin) and E3 (Matthew Phillips) classes, along with other national titles in 2014 – the Austria-based manufacturer is offering limited-edition 2015 Factory Editions.

The Factory Editions, available for the 125 EXC, 250 EXC, 300 EXC, 450 EXC, 250 EXC-F, and 350 EXC-F models, arrive with enhanced graphics and parts over the base models.

The Factory Editions include genuine factory graphics, orange CNC triple clamps and a factory seat with SDV logos, “which offers riders the chance to truly feel like a factory racer.”

KTM says “to finish off the full factory look, the bikes also boast a striking orange frame, with orange radiators and fork guards that all make the bike almost visually indistinguishable from the true factory race machines and are sure to make these special editions stand out from the crowd.”

But it’s not just aesthetics; the Factory Editions also arrive with an orange rear sprocket, orange engine guard, and newly developed Metzeler FIM tires.

The 2015 KTM EXC Factory Editions are now arriving in KTM dealers. KTM has yet to release pricing. For additional information, visit ktm.com.

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