What is the difference between KTM's Enduro and Motocross dirt bikes?
Enduro bikes are designed for off-road, long-distance riding and are optimized for comfort and durability. They have a larger fuel tank and a seat designed for long periods of sitting. Motocross bikes are designed for short, intense races on a closed circuit and are optimized for speed and agility. They have a smaller fuel tank and a seat designed for quick movements.
How does KTM's continuously variable transmission (CVT) system work on its ATVs?
A CVT system uses a belt and pulley system to smoothly and continuously vary the transmission ratio, allowing the ATV to operate at optimal RPM for any given speed. This eliminates the need for traditional gears and allows for seamless acceleration.
Is KTM good for beginners?
Some KTM models are designed for beginner riders, such as the KTM 50 SX mini dirt bike or the KTM X-BOW GT4 sports car. These models have smaller engines and a more manageable power output, as well as features such as a beginner-friendly riding mode and a low seat height.