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When the smoke clears, you’ll be the last rider standing. The KTM 250 EXC is one of the best pound-for-pound fighters in the world of Enduro, pummeling it’s more complex 4-stroke rivals. All muscle, no fat: this 2-stroke machine is as lean as it is powerful.
Fill an agile, state-of-the-art chassis with an engine delivering class-leading power and torque. Then dress it with top class components, ensuring that the new 4-stroke maintains its edge over the competition. The result is a READY TO RACE dual sport suitable for amateur explorers, while still satisfying the pros. Eat that, adversaries.
4-stroke rivals, beware: this tool might just be the sharpest in the shed. If you want torque by the bucket loads, a top-end to die for and a lightweight chassis ready to rise to any occasion, give this 300cm3 lightning bolt a go.
You don’t just become the best seller. You have to earn it. With mud, sweat and tears. Of joy, in the end. When you realize the power-to-weight ratio of its compact DOHC engine is spot on. When you remember how you answered tough terrain with playful handling and even tougher suspension. And when, after hours of grueling wilderness, the flag waves victory your way. No matter how mud-caked your face is, that smile will shine through. Antoine Meo, E2 Enduro World Champion aboard the 350 EXC-F, knows what we’re talking about.
Looking to up your Enduro game? Look no further. Thanks to its all-new, much more compact SOHC engine fitted in a redesigned chassis, the 450 EXC-F is the strongest, most competitive bike in the E2 class. Combined with a low weight and off-the-shelve 4-stroke ferocity, this pioneer will boldly take you where no rider has gone before. Or at least never faster.
The 500 EXC-F is the strongest Enduro bike in the world, although that doesn’t mean it’s a bully. This motorcycle is as lean and civilized as a thoroughbred racehorse. But let it rip, and its all-new 4-stroke SOHC engine flings the redesigned chassis across all sorts of terrain. Probably ahead of the competition. No sweat, just glory.