🎥 The Ultimate NZ Adventure

2 years ago | Words: KTM Australia | Photos: Wilkinson Photography

Starting at the base of the iconic Aoraki Mount Cook meant the second annual KTM New Zealand Adventure Rallye in the Southern Alps was always going to be a special one. With 112 riders from seven different countries, 25 support staff and one epic week in Lord of the Rings country, riders were treated to beautiful weather, stunning scenery and some seriously challenging terrain.

Riders traversed between 180 and 380km per day over five days, staying overnight at Alexandra and Cromwell for two nights, then onto Wanaka before finishing with a fitting bang in the adventure capital of the world, Queenstown.
Check out the highlights from the Southern Alps Rallye…




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