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The whip cracking KTM 125 SX has been buzzing at the front for years. If it is up to us, it stays there for many more seasons to come. A compact build and the lowest weight out there team up for the win with a glorious 2-stroke engine, fitted in a state-of-the-art chassis. Get shredding, youngsters.
The new KTM 250 SX with its all-new engine has one of the best power-to-weight ratios in the world of dirt, forming the ultimate fist against more complex 4-stroke rivals. With the grunt to devour all sorts of tracks and terrains, and a lightweight chassis keen to skim the surface, this lovechild of KTMs R&D and Motorsport departments is born to lead the next pack of winners into a hazy blue future.
The 250 SX-F has been on top of the MX2 World Championship for many years now and adds a second AMA Supercross Lites Championship to its crowded trophy cabinet. But thats no surprise. The successful combination of a powerful and torquey engine in a lightweight and agile chassis is bound to launch the 250 SX-F onto podium after podium.
Since Tony Cairoli first took a 350 SX-F to the top of the MX1 World Championship in 2010, the Red Bull KTM athlete has dominated the class aboard this nimble but powerful bike with 5 (five!) consecutive world championship titles. No surprises here, with the combination of 450-style muscle and the agility of a 250. Who said you cant have everything?
If gold is what youre after, a 450 SX-F is what you get. Thanks to its compact engine delivering explosive but controllable power, its the weapon of choice for the Red Bull KTM Factory Team and their champ, Ryan Dungey. Ridden at its hardest, this bike is quick enough to rule the AMA Supercross Championship. Its secret? Sweet handling and gut-wrenching grunt. Winners, line up here.