KTM Freeride E
Thomas Edison Would Ride This Bike
KTM unveils a new line of 2012 machines at Milan Motorcycle show (EICMA) in Italy
Freeride E: The evolution of revolution
KTM, the ‘Ready to Race’ sports motorcycle specialist goes to EICMA, World`s leading motorcycle fair in Milan with exciting new motorcycles for the model year 2012. True to its commitment to produce bikes designed for ultimate sporting pleasure, KTM is at EICMA with innovative new machines for all surfaces that encapsulate the work and dedication of the company’s R & D department and the collective passion of everyone at KTM’s headquarters in Austria.
Hubert Trunkenpolz, CSO, KTM-POWERSPORTS AG: “Our message for the future is clear. KTM focuses on any surface more than ever on the strength of our products. The innovations that we are showing here in Milan are a perfect reflection of our innovative, sporting and strong engagement.”
KTM has taken on the challenge of developing an electrically driven offroad sports motorcycle for mass production and has become the first of the major motorcycle companies to do so. This exciting, sports-oriented, environmentally friendly bike is the culmination of three intense years of hard work and a commitment to innovation. The Freeride E embodies all the collective KTM experience garnered during years of development of conventional combustion-driven models and has resulted in a motorcycle that is not only pure KTM but also globally unique. The electric motor, developed in-house, is the throbbing heart of this dynamic machine that is not only emission free but is also almost silent. The Freeride E is proof of KTM’s drive and determination to take on a highly complex project and successfully transform it into a bike that offers intense riding pleasure in the spirit of pure offroad sports. 2012 is only the beginning of what represents a challenging, but electrifyingly exciting new segment in tune with the demands of today’s society.
Here is a video of the new E in action
Add a Comment
By submitting a comment you grant Motocross.com a perpetual license to reproduce your
words, name and web site in attribution.
Comments may be removed at an administrators discretion. Your email is used for verification purposes only and will never be shared.