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125 Duke

2012

125 Duke

2013

125 Duke

2014-15
125 EXC Enduro 1997-98
125 EXC Enduro 1999-00
125 EXC Enduro 2001-02
125 EXC Enduro 2003-04
125 EXC Enduro 2005-06
125 EXC Enduro 2007-08
125 EXC Enduro 2009-10
   
125 EXC Enduro 2011-12
125 EXC Enduro Six Days 2011-12
125 GS Enduro  1991-83
125 GS Enduro  1994-86
125 GS Enduro  1998
125 LC2 1996-97
125 LC2 1998
125 RS Comet 1976
125 Race Concept 2010
125 Stunt Concept 2010
125 Sting 1997
200 Duke 2012
200 Duke 2013
200 Duke 2014
250 Duke 2015
200 EXC Enduro 1999-00
200 EXC Enduro 2001-02
200 EXC Enduro 2003-04
200 EXC Enduro 2005-06
200 EXC Enduro 2007-08
200 EXC Enduro 2009-10
200 EXC Enduro 2011-12
250 EXC Enduro 1997-98
250 EXC Enduro 1999-00
250 EXC Enduro 2001-02
250 EXC Enduro 2003-04
250 EXC Enduro 2005-06
250 EXC-E Enduro 2007-08
250 EXC-E Enduro 2009-10
250 EXC-E Enduro 2011-12
250 EXC-E Enduro Six Days 2011-12
250 EXC-F 2012
250 EXC-F Six Days 2012
300 GS Enduro  1984
300 EXC Enduro 1995-96
300 EXC Enduro 1997-98
300 EXC Enduro 1999-00
300 EXC Enduro 2001-02
300 EXC Enduro 2003-04
300 EXC Enduro 2005-06
300 EXC-E Enduro 2007-08
300 EXC-E Enduro 2009-10
300 EXC-E Enduro 2011-12
300 EXC-E Enduro Six Days 2011
350 EXC-F Factory 2011
350 EXC-F 2012-13
350 EXC-F Six Days 2012
350 EXC-F 2014-15
360 EXC Enduro 1995-96
360 EXC Enduro 1997-
380 EXC 2000-01
380 EXC 2002-
390 Duke 2013-14
390 Duke 2015
400 LC4 EGS 1994-96
400 LC4 EGS-E 1997-99
400 EXC 2000-01
400 EXC 2002-03
400 EXC 2004-05
400 EXC 2009-10
400 EXC 2011
450 EXC 2003-04
450 EXC 2005-06
450 EXC 2007-08
450 EXC 2009-10
450 EXC Six Days 2009
450 EXC Limited Champions Edition 2009
450 EXC 2011-12
450 EXC Six Days 2011-12
450 EXC 2013-14
450 Rally 2012
450 Rally 2013
450 Rally 2014
450 Rally Production Racer 2014
450 Rally 2015
450 Rally 2016
500 K4 1982
500 XC-W 2012-13
500 XC-W 2014-15
520 EXC 1998-99
520 EXC 2000-02
525 EXC 2003-04
525 EXC 2WD Prototyper 2004
525 EXC 2005-07
530 EXC 2008-09
530 EXC Six Days 2009
530 EXC Limited Champions Edition 2009
530 EXC 2010-11
600 GS  E 1991
600 LC4 Enduro 1988
600 LC4 Incas 1989
600 LC4 XC  1987
620 Duke 1995-96
620 Duke 1997
620 LC4 Adventure 1996
620 LC4 Adventure 1997
620 LC4 EGS-E 1997
620 LC4 LSE 1995-
620 LC4 Supercomp 1996
620 LC4 Supermono 1998
620 RXC 1998
625 SMC 2004
625 SXC 2002
640 Duke II 1999-00
640 Duke II 2001-02
640 Duke II 2003-04
640 Duke II Final Edition 2005
640 LC4 Supercomp 1999
640 LC4 Enduro 1999-00
640 LC4 Enduro 2001-02
640 LC4 Enduro 2003-04
640 LC4 Enduro 2005
640 LC4 Adventure R  1999-00
640 LC4 Adventure R  2001-02
640 LC4 Adventure R  2003-05
640 LC4 Adventure Traveller’s Edition 2008
640 LC4 Supercomp 1999
640 LC4 Supermoto 1999-00
640 LC4-E Supermoto 2001-02
640 LC4-E Supermoto 2003-04
640 LC4-E Supermoto 2005-06

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The story of KTM dirt bikes began when Hans Trunkenpolz, one of two KTM company founders, opened a repair shop in Mattighofen, Austria, in 1934. The repair business grew in size, becoming one of the larger car and motorcycle repairers in Austria.

The business then became the official supplier of DKW motorcycles and in 1951 developed its first motorcycle, dubbed the R100.

In 1953 the KTM company was founded by Hans Trunkenpolz and Ernst Kronreif. The official company name was 'Kronreif, Trunkenpolz, Mattighofen' (KTM). The first production series of KTM motorcycles commenced.

KTM has a rich pedigree in enduro and off road racing, the KTM's first raced in the International Six Day Enduro in 1956. They've also dominated the Paris-Dakar Rally for many years, arguably the toughest off road race in the world.

In 1968 KTM dirt bikes were exported to the U.S. for the first time by Jack Penton, the Penton Six days was manufactured by KTM and exported by Penton under his own name.