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🎥 Tested: 2019 KTM Motocross Models

2 weeks ago | Photos: KTM Images

Transmoto’s Andy Wigan checks in from Italy’s Malagrotta track, where he recently threw a leg over KTM’s 2019-model motocrossers at the international media launch. As Wigan explains, the 2019 bikes might not be ‘new-generation’, but the sweeping mods to the range’s frame, triple clamp, engines, suspension, bodywork and seat all add up to a very, very significant evolution of the species.

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