KTM has earned a reputation for building some of the capable off-road bikes on the planet. While their early racing efforts were focused more on motocross and enduro, KTM flat track bikes have become a regular sight at dirt ovals around the world. In fact, the winningest racer in American Flat Track (AFT) Singles is Pennsylvania’s Shayna Texter, who rides a factory KTM.
Not only have the orange machines become potent flat trackers, but custom builders have begun building KTM street trackers inspired by their racing counterparts. It’s hard to imagine more fun on two wheels than a high-powered single-cylinder KTM with twin 19-inch wheels and a license plate… Below, check out some of the KTM flat and street trackers we’ve featured on Bikebound.com.
For Sale: KTM Duke 690 Scrambler by KickMoto-Nova Scotia’s KickMoto puts their Duke scrambler up for sale… The KTM Duke 690 is the Austrian company’s top of the line single-cylinder supermoto, a fuel-injected 693cc thumper that makes 73 horsepower and 55 pound-feet […]
Track Weapon: Two-Stroke KTM 300 Framer-196-lb, 50+ hp flat tracker from George Pickering x Survivor Customs! The KTM 250SX is the Austrian constructor’s largest-displacement two-stroke motocross bike, built for riders and racers who want the latest features of the flagship […]
KTM 950 Desert Sled by FabMan Creations-FMC “Bullet” inspired by Steve McQueen and On Any Sunday… The KTM 950 SMR put the “super” in supermoto — a 98-hp carb-fed hooligan machine that could embarrass sportbikes in the twisties and add a […]
The Mile Bike: KTM 625 SMC Scrambler-A Malle Mile racer from Danners Automotive… The KTM 625 SMC was a 55-hp street-legal supermoto with fully-adjustable WP suspension, four-piston Brembo brakes, and a few daily niceties like electric start and turn signals. Said […]
Duke of Hazard: KTM 640 Duke II Street Tracker-In 1994, KTM launched the original Duke, a 610cc street-legal supermotard that helped transform the Austrian firm from a manufacturer of niche off-road bikes into a household name. In ’99, they followed up with the […]
“La Caleña”: KTM 400 EXC by Lolana Motos-The KTM 400 EXC was one of the original 400-class dirt bikes, a liquid-cooled four-stroke trail weapon that helped the Austrian company become a major player in off-road sales and competition. Some racers, such as […]
“Nörrsken” KTM LC4 Scrambler by Imbarcadero 14-A burly KTM 640 scrambler from Venice… The KTM 640 LC4 Supermoto, introduced in 1998, offered a 53-horsepower, liquid-cooled mono-cylinder engine paired with fully-adjustable suspension and four-piston Brembo brakes. In motard trim, the rough-and-ready 625cc […]
Akin Moto KTM 300 Street Tracker-“A 2-stroke street tracker…that actually gets used on the street AND the track.” The KTM 300 EXC is a weapon — a street-legal, two-stroke enduro with a 51-hp liquid-cooled engine and dry weight of just […]
KTM Duke 390 Tracker by Revolt Cycles-“Pantera” — a 390cc, triple-black panther from RVLT… The KTM Duke 390 has gained immense popularity across the globe. Weighing in at just 306 pounds dry, with 43-hp on tap, the bike has been called […]
KTM “HiRider” by Engineered to Slide-The KTM "HiRider" by Nigel Petrie of Engineered to Slide started as a basket-case KTM 250 SX-F. As Nigel says: "If you can’t buy it, you must build it. We took a box of parts and some sheetmetal and came up with a good time on two wheels. It’s as simple as that."