KTM’s 2021 EXC range reaches new heights of enduro performance

KTM has refined EXC range for 2021, with its 2-stroke and 4-stroke models scoring updates that will reinforce KTM’s reputation in the marketplace for having the most comprehensive quality range available in the Enduro segment.

For 2021, the combination of three 2-stroke models with the ground-breaking transfer port injection (TPI) system and four 4-strokes, will ensure that adult riders and racers of all ages and abilities have the equipment to suit their needs.

The brand’s expertise and experience in the WESS Enduro World Championship and several other racing disciplines worldwide, has helped evolve and shape the latest KTM EXC technology.

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As the latest expression of KTM’s off-road vision, the 2021 KTM EXC portfolio is denoted through a fresh and truly ‘ready to race’ livery. Major upgrades for 2021 take the form of changes to suspension components, engine reinforcements and brand-new graphics.

The KTM 300 EXC TPI is the leading 2-stroke, with an impressive power-to-weight ratio and supreme handling, designed to thrill even the most demanding rider. 2021 marks the fourth year of KTM’s advanced and electronically controlled 2-stroke fuel injection system.

Breathing new life into the 2-stroke engine, TPI extended the possibilities for performance, rider sensation and the delivery of dependable power right into the rider’s fingers.

The advantages are obvious; there is no need for re-jetting or concern for the climate, altitude or conditions. Automatic and electronically applied lubrication is another major asset.

As with all KTM EXC motorcycles in the 2021 ensemble, the KTM 300 EXC TPI benefits from an additional pre-load adjuster in the WP XPLOR front fork that allows for easy setting changes for varying track or trail conditions.

Additionally, the ultra-lightweight KTM150 EXC TPI has been given a new piston, which brings increased performance in terms of consistency.

On the 4-stroke front, KTM refuses to knock down a gear in its mission to continue making the KTM EXC-F models the best enduro machines on the market, and a serious consideration for riders of any skill range.

While the KTM 350 EXC-F is the definitive statement of a bike that welds the power of a 450 with the handling prowess of a 250, the new KTM 450 EXC-F and rasping KTM 500 EXC-F powerhouses take advantage of reworked shift lockers.

The 2021 KTM EXC range is further enhanced by the KTM EXC SIX DAYS models and the KTM 300 EXC TPI ERZBERGRODEO, a series of limited-edition machines designed to conquer the toughest trails and most demanding races.

The new KTM 300 EXC TPI ERZBERGRODEO is a special tribute to the iconic ErzbergRodeo Red Bull Hare Scramble. A truly limited-edition machine, it features a long list of special parts that reinforce its bloodline.

The updated KTM EXC SIX DAYS range continues a tradition that sees KTM enhance its enduro line-up with a series of race-ready machines. For 2021, the KTM EXC SIX DAYS models demonstrate continuous support to the historic International Six Days Enduro.

In each of these models, KTM has developed a race-winning package that is ready for the hardest special tests straight out of the crate.

Alongside the 2021 KTM EXC models, dedicated line-ups of KTM PowerWear and KTM PowerParts have been developed to deliver the highest levels of performance, protection and agility for both the rider and their motorcycle.

For further details, please see your local authorized KTM dealer.

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