If you are a race fan, KTM and FMF have the perfect fan package for you. KTM and FMF have again partnered together with MX Sports Pro Racing to bring KTM Motocross fans the ultimate viewing experience – The “KTM/FMF Motocross Fan Experience”. The first of the three events was a huge success at the opening round at Hangtown and there are still tickets available for the remaining events, Unadilla and Steel City.

The KTM/FMF Motocross Fan Experience, which sold out at three venues last year, is a KTM exclusive trackside seating area and all-day VIP access offered to KTM fans and owners. The remaining event dates are the Unadilla event on August 13th and Steel City on September 3rd. Tickets are now available for purchase.

With each ticket purchase fans will receive:

–          Race day admission pass

–          All-day pit access pass

–          Catered lunch

–          Access to KTM exclusive trackside seating area with Live Timing Screens

–          Special Autograph Signing with KTM Factory Riders

–          Post-race Track Walk with Explanation of the various elements of the racetrack led by Red Bull/KTM Team Coordinator Casey Lytle

–          KTM/FMF event t-shirt

A package of this type typically runs for over a $200 value. KTM has partnered with MX Sports to subsidize the tickets for KTM fans and owners and will be offering tickets for only $85.00. If you are interested in tickets, please contact KTM at motocross@ktmusa.com.

See you at the races!

There is a lot of buzz about the 2012 KTM two-strokes and it’s not just the sound from the exhaust. The latest news making its way to the talk boards involves Factory FMF/KTM riders Cory Buttrick and Charlie Mullins who will be making the switch to the 250 XC two-stroke motorcycles for the remaining National Enduro rounds.

Three-time National Enduro Champion, Russell Bobbitt, has been a “two-stroker” throughout his career with KTM and has won all three of his championships aboard his 250 XC race machine. After witnessing his success and trying the new 2012 models, Buttrick and Mullins have decided to give it a whirl.

Now all three Factory FMF/KTM Team riders will line up for the next AMA National Enduro round on their two-stroke race bikes. Mullins, the reigning National Enduro Champion, commented, “I can’t wait to race on the new two-stroke. After racing a four-stroke for so long, you forget how much fun the two-strokes can be. I’ve been riding it the past few weeks and can’t believe how easy it is to ride in and out of the tight trees. I feel very confident on the new bike.”

It’s no wonder the entire team is switching to the two-strokes after KTM has continuously improved the model line over the past few years. For 2012, the two-stroke machines received an abundance of chassis upgrades including a new frame, a new one-piece cast aluminum swingarm and a linkage suspension system.

For more information on the new models, please visit www.ktmusa.com.