Brand count at Idaho City race



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  • FTD

Posted June 10, 2003 - 07:45 AM

#1

I counted, 125A&B, 250A&B, 250 openA&B and 4strokeA&B on the registered riders
Total: 72
Yamaha: 25
KTM: 21
Honda: 15
Kawasaki: 7
Suzuki: 3
Husq: 1
All other classes:
Total: 226
KTM: 117
Yamaha:48
Honda: 28
Kawasaki: 11
Suzuki: 10
Gas GAS: 6
Husq: 4
Husb: 2
Makes me wonder why so many people are racing KTM's?
Hoss

  • Wrench

Posted June 10, 2003 - 08:45 AM

#2

No wonder here. KTM makes a great product with the "crosscountry racer in mind", reliable, tough, good quality, as a matter of fact the only negative thing you hear is the price. We have both wr450f and a 450exc great bikes paid 6100 for the WR and 6400 for the KTM. I think the list on the WR was 6399 and the KTM 7199. Either bike can win reliably we'll let you know which one lasts the longest.

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  • FTD

Posted June 10, 2003 - 11:11 AM

#3

My cousins own the local KTM dealership. The reason I didn't buy KTM was price and parts availability. Parts are EXPENSIVE!! I DO like my buddies 540 kitted 520 EXC... big torque... big fun. I love the button as well. I like the snap of my 426 though. It seems to get up and stay in the power better say... hill climbing. I'd have to ride a KTM 450 or 525 ALOT to consider buying one despite my dealership relationship.
Hoss

  • montanaWR250F

Posted June 10, 2003 - 02:09 PM

#4

There were a pair of TM motorcycles there also and didn't see one XR. Sea of Orange in parque ferme.




 
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