Press Release –
KTM, the company that is always “Ready to Race,” is planning to enter the 2008 edition of the legendary Pont du Vaux, Europe’s biggest and toughest ATV event that covers 12-hours of grueling competition.
Multi-time ATV Pro Champion, Tim Farr, has already demonstrated the success of the KTM Sport ATV XC line after stunning organizers and fans of the Erzberg Rodeo last June when he finished 2nd in the Erzberg Iron Road Prologue.
Now, Farr intends to better his results at the Pont du Vaux event alongside his teammates GNCC team riders Adam McGill and Taylor Kiser.
The race, to be held August 22-24 in France, represents the most challenging competition of its kind and is a must for enthusiasts of ATV racing.
The race is twelve hours total over two days of riding. The Pont du Vaux offers unmatched thrills and competition for no less than 120 four-wheeled sport machines.
With the introduction of the KTM Sport ATV XC models earlier this year, KTM has revolutionized the ATV industry by offering two “Ready to Race” Sport ATV’s.
KTM Sport ATV’s come equipped with top of the line components and more power at a lighter weight than other models in its segment.
KTM most recently announced its new Sport ATV SX model line including the 450 SX and 505 SX designed for the motocross fanatic.
“Theoretically we must be on top of the podium at the end of the race. We have the best riders and we have the perfect vehicle for such a challenging 12-hour race,” stated KTM’s International ATV Product Manager Georg Winkler.