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    KTM Bicycles USA .... Finally!!!

    Hey All;
    My name is Mark Salmon and I'm proud to announce that I will be bring KTM Bicycles to the US. Please take the time to visit and like our Facebook page for all the latest info and development. Feel free to message us with any questions you might have. If you bleed orange like I do.... your gonna dig it. Thanks again.

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    KTM Bicycles USA .... Finally!!!-ktm-myroon.jpgKTM Bicycles USA .... Finally!!!-ktm-scarp-29.jpgKTM Bicycles USA .... Finally!!!-ktm-rev.jpg

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    Left you a post on your wall over the weekend- how can we demo one? I'm particularly interested in your alloy 29ers, both FS and HT. Do you have a dealer network in place?
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    How much does the road bike weigh?
    Any idea of price yet?
    Will any come with SRAM?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gigantic View Post
    Left you a post on your wall over the weekend- how can we demo one? I'm particularly interested in your alloy 29ers, both FS and HT. Do you have a dealer network in place?
    I'm currently working the pricing and dealer structure for the US. Also we are still working on fine tuning the initial order. As info develops we will post it on our facebook page to get it out to the public as quick as possible. Your are welcome to call with any questions you might have as well. we can be reached at 303 332 7705. Thanks again for your interest. We are all super stoked!

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    Quote Originally Posted by threebikes View Post
    How much does the road bike weigh?
    Any idea of price yet?
    Will any come with SRAM?
    They have about a dozen road models. 3 Revelator models ranging from 14.3 to 15.6 lbs (55cm), 6 Strada carbon models ranging from 15.8 to 18 lbs and 3 Strada aluminum models ranging from 18.5 and up. Still working on the North American pricing. The Revelators are of a Premium grade carbon and construction (think cannondale super six evo) and the Strada line utilizes high end materials and construction (think standard super six). Make sense? ALL of the KTM bikes are equipt with FULL Shimano groups. No cutting corners on things like cassettes, bottom brackets and front derailleurs. You get the full package. Just like their motorcycle...the come Ready to Race!!! I hope that helps.

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    You need a legit website IMO. Maybe you already have one. Bikes look good. Like the XT equipped full squish 650b myself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Metalhack View Post
    You need a legit website IMO. Maybe you already have one. Bikes look good. Like the XT equipped full squish 650b myself.



    And firm up the pricing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dirty $anchez View Post
    And firm up the pricing.

    Hours are 9 to 5 mountain time. We have been getting a ton inquiries so please leave a message with your number so we can call you back. We are working the web development and pricing now as well. Thanks guys!

    Marko.

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    Thanks Marco the bikes look nice. I would like to test one
    of the Revelators against my 950smr

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    Quote Originally Posted by KTM Bicycles USA View Post
    Hours are 9 to 5 mountain time. We have been getting a ton inquiries so please leave a message with your number so we can call you back. We are working the web development and pricing now as well. Thanks guys!

    Marko.
    Excellent...Good luck. I wish you success.

    Btw...I'm curious what the exact relationship is with KTM motorcycles.

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    Sweet looking forward to seeing Spec's.
    Just about to buy a Stump Jumper COMP 29 er but think I will hold off a bit to see what's up with KTM.
    Congrat's Marko

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    Here is the Austrian website. we will starting off with the Road, 29 mtb in hardtail and full suspension and the Lycan 650 bikes. Have at it. The spec is AWESOME! Top shelf stuff right down to the grips. No corners cut!

    http://www.ktm-bikes.at/index.php?lang=EN

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    Frame only options? For the full suspension.
    And weight
    Thanks

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    I haven't gotten a reply from Austria on the frame availability yet. Ill keep you posted.

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    I do know that the frame weight for the full carbon Scarp is 4.98 lbs. NICE!

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    Saw the FS 29er at the Silver Rush 50 this weekend sitting in the Competitive Cyclist booth and it looked really nice! Good luck with your endeavor!

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    Specs look good, nice short chainstays on the hardtails..
    “People fear death even more than pain. It's strange that they fear death. Life hurts a lot more than death." JM

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    Those KTM bikes look very cool. I just hope that the prices are not insanely high (over $3000 and nothing less than that).
    Big Wheels Keep On Rolling

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    Good job!

    Welcome to the US and A!

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    As an owner of at one point of another of a 530EXC, Super Duck and 950 Adventure. I fully support the orange army invasion of the bicycle world.

    Can I get that full susser with a WP suspension, brembo brakes steering damper....I may need them

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    Bikes look great, especially the 29er FS, look forward to the reviews.

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    pm sent facebook messages sent as well need to order one of these

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    Heck yes! I've been waiting for this!

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    Might have to get something to match my 300mxc


    x2 on being curious about the actual relationship to KTM motorcycles...
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    (unless you don't have studded tires)
    (no excuse for that either)

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    Where is your home base located in the US?

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