Zooming on with power

KTM organised ‘Orange Day’ for all motorcycle enthusiasts recently. The event, which gave an opportunity to bikers to interact with each other, was organised at Metro Cash & Carry, Kanakapura Road.

It started with the riders registering themselves for a performance session. Following this, a classroom session was organised and consisted of an expert talking on how to make the most of a KTM. This was followed by a demonstration on the track.

 There were separate races organised for the 200 Duke customers as well as for RC 200 customers. Podium finishers were awarded with KTM merchandise and power parts.

Besides all the action on the track there were service-camps, refreshments, music and a fun-filled ambience of thrill, adventure and camaraderie.

Said Amit Nandi, head, KTM India, “Our ethos is deeply rooted in racing and we want our customers to appreciate the ample thrills that a KTM bike can provide on a race track. The ‘Orange Days’ are conducted in every major city and will keep on growing in scale over the next few months. We are keen to provide our patrons an experience that is uniquely KTM.”

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