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3 KTM PRO-XP adventure tours this season

Written by Nayak

KTM has announced the dates for three of its adventure tours as a part of the KTM Pro-XP program. The event aims to offer a range of professional riding experiences across Trail, Track and Tarmac for KTM owners. The three locations under this event include Spiti, Ladak and North East. To provide the best experience, the events will have riding experts to guide the riders. KTM mentioned that riders would cover an average distance of 1,200 km over 12-14 days. The dates for Spiti are 9th to 20th July 2022, and for Ladakh, it is from 20th August to 3rd September 2022. Meanwhile, for the Northeast leg, the dates are 1st to 14th October 2022.

What Are These Rides Like?

These rides are the perfect platform to unleash the true potential of the rider and his KTM Adventure bike. Riders will get to experience a diverse range of riding conditions. These include a wide range of terrains like tarmac, gravel, river crossing, sand and slush. Furthermore, riders will also tackle challenges like riding uphill at high altitudes and navigating narrow mountain roads in tough weather conditions. The riders will also learn professional riding techniques from the experts at the high altitude KTM adventure academy. Interested customers can register by logging in at KTM India’s official website. Bookings for these experiences will open very soon.

KTM Brings In Exciting Events

With the rising demand for KTM’s products, events like these go a long way in proving the dedication of the motorcycle maker. Previously too, KTM had announced similar events like these, and there was very encouraging participation and reception. With this upcoming KTM Pro-XP event, we are also expecting a similar response. Keeping the motor sporting value true to its core, KTM is growing as a brand day by day. And for the future as well, we hope KTM will continue events like these, thus attracting a wide range of audiences.

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