KTM India has just come up with a #RaceAwayWithKTM contest where the motorcycle maker will give out one iPhone X to KTM buyers each week. The contest involves the KTM motorcycle buyer writing a Facebook post with a picture of her/him with the bike.
Rajan Kumar Singh of Hyderabad has just won an iPhone X, thus becoming the first winner of this contest. Here are some pictures and a video or Mr. Singh receiving his iPhone from the Sainikpuri KTM dealer at Hyderabad. The contest is valid across India, and will go on until the 31st of May, 2018. This means there are many more iPhone Xs to be won.
The KTM Duke 200 is an entry-level motorcycle from the Austrian brand. It uses a 200cc liquid cooled, single cylinder four stroke engine with outputs of 25 Bhp and 19 Nm. The Duke 200 uses a 6 speed manual gearbox with closely spaced gears that give it terrific acceleration.
The bike has a very unique exhaust note from an underbelly exhaust. Suspension on the bike consists of upside down front forks and a monoshock rear. The bike features streetfighter styling and is a terrific handler. Prices of the Duke 200 start from Rs. 1.49 lakhs, ex-showroom Delhi. The Duke 200 has a fully faired, track-focused sibling called the RC200.
KTM sells three other motorcycles in India – the Duke 250, the Duke 390 and the top-of-the-line RC390. While the Duke 250 and 390 are street focused, high performance motorcycles, the RC390 is a track-focused bike with a more aggressive riding position. The Duke 250 uses a 250cc engine with 30 Bhp and 24 Nm while both the Duke 390 and RC390 use a 373cc four stroke engine with 43 Bhp and 37 Nm. All engines on KTM bikes get liquid cooling and fuel injection as standard. The Duke 390 and the RC390 also get slipper clutches and ABS as standard. All KTM bikes are built by Bajaj at its Chakan factory. These bikes are exported all over the world.