KTM Motorbikes in different types of Indian Terrains

Recently I got exposed to KTM Bikes and seen performance of various KTM Duke Machines. Power of these machines and passion of their owners make a deadly combo to shoot. This Photo Journey shares KTM Duke Bikes in different Terrains of India and hope to add much more stuff during next one yearalThe very first photograph of this post is shot during 3rd Mughal Rally which happened in July 2012. This photograph is exactly shot near Sinthan Pass on second day of this Motorsports rally organized by Himalayan Motorsports.The Photograph just above is shot on Himalayan Expressway which has started operating this year only and a big relief for traveller going from Chandigarh to Shimla or other parts of Himachal. Aneesh Ariborne Awasthi is riding KTM Duke 200 in this photograph.This photograph is again shot in Jammu & Kashmir with Sinthan Pass in the backgroud. These Bikers had to start from Chingam till Sinthan as a Competitive Stretch and thereon, everyone had to ride till Srinagar. This is again a KTM shot from 3rd Mughal Rally which happened in various terrains around Srinagar.KTM is most commonly known for its off road motorcycles though in recent years it has expanded into street motorcycle production.KTM flying through glaciers in India...Here is a photographs from anantnag district of Jammu & Kashmir State of India with snow capped hill in the background...KTM Sportmotorcycle AG is an Austrian motorcycle, bicycle and moped manufacturer. It started out as a metal working shop and was named Kraftfahrzeuge Trunkenpolz Mattighofen. Approximately 60 yeras back KTM began producing motorcyclesKTM and Bajaj have partnered in India. In above photograph you see KTM Duke 200 which was launched in January Mont of 2012. Bajaj-KTM has priced 200 Duke at around Rs. 120000 (Ex-showroom New Delhi). This bike is sold at the 34 Bajaj Pro-biking showrooms which were converted into exclusive KTM showroom recently, although bike is huge demand. Bikers are getting this one after 2 months of booking.A photograph of KTM Duke Bike around Peer-ki-Gali in Jamu & Kashmir. Again a photograph from 3rd Mughal Rally, which held in July month of 2012 and organized by Himalayan Motorsports. This one was shot on first day of Mughal Rally. KTM is Europe’s second largest motorcycle manufacturer and dominates the off-road segment across the world.KTM Duke 200 standing in the middle of Golf Course @ Chandigarh, Punjab, India.KTM Duke 200 looks sporty, feels sporty and don’t go by the 200cc engine, because this monster generate 25 Bhp of maximum power and around 19.2 Nm of maximum torque, which is much higher than the normal 200cc commuter bikes available in India, which deliver 15 to 18 Bhp of maximum power.KTM debuts in India with its premium streetbike brand: the Duke. The first offering from the KTM in India, the 200 Duke is being retailed through 34 dedicated KTM stores in India along with KTM’s famous range of Accessories and Merchandise called KTM PowerWear and KTM PowerParts.KTM began in motorsports with Motocross Racing. In the last few years KTM has gained more success in motorsports by dominating rally-raid events such as the Paris-Dakar Rally and the Atlas-Rally. In 2003, KTM started sponsoring and supporting Road racing in various capacities, with the most successful results stemming from their Supermotard or Supermoto efforts. KTM offers a range of different engines for its larger motorcycles, all liquid-cooled. KTM's official company/team colors are Orange, Black and Silver. To create a strong brand identity, all competition-ready KTMs come from the factory with bright orange plastic with 'KTM' emblazoned on the side of the radiator shrouds. All KTM bikes also come from the factory with a Motorex sticker on the outside of the motor. All first fills of oil come from Motorex as well. Some official KTM teams use different colors for their bikes, most noticeably in the Dakar Rally.KTM Bikes are getting popular in Off-Road events. The term off-road refers to a driving surface that is not conventionally paved. This is a rough surface, often created naturally, such as sand, gravel, a river, mud or snow. This type of terrain can sometimes only be travelled on with vehicles designed for off-road driving (such as SUVs, ATVs, snowmobiles or mountain bikes) or vehicles that have off-road equipment. KTM manufactures vehicles for these environments and they are picking up in India.

Recently I got exposed to KTM Bikes and seen performance of various KTM Duke Machines. Power of these machines and passion of their owners make a deadly combo to shoot. This Photo Journey shares KTM Duke Bikes in different Terrains of India and hope to add much more stuff during next one year.

Recently I got exposed to KTM Bikes and seen performance of various KTM Duke Machines. Power of these machines and passion of their owners make a deadly combo to shoot. This Photo Journey shares KTM Duke Bikes in different Terrains of India and hope to add much more stuff during next one yearalThe very first photograph of this post is shot during 3rd Mughal Rally which happened in July 2012. This photograph is exactly shot near Sinthan Pass on second day of this Motorsports rally organized by Himalayan Motorsports.The Photograph just above is shot on Himalayan Expressway which has started operating this year only and a big relief for traveller going from Chandigarh to Shimla or other parts of Himachal. Aneesh Ariborne Awasthi is riding KTM Duke 200 in this photograph.This photograph is again shot in Jammu & Kashmir with Sinthan Pass in the backgroud. These Bikers had to start from Chingam till Sinthan as a Competitive Stretch and thereon, everyone had to ride till Srinagar. This is again a KTM shot from 3rd Mughal Rally which happened in various terrains around Srinagar.KTM is most commonly known for its off road motorcycles though in recent years it has expanded into street motorcycle production.KTM flying through glaciers in India...Here is a photographs from anantnag district of Jammu & Kashmir State of India with snow capped hill in the background...KTM Sportmotorcycle AG is an Austrian motorcycle, bicycle and moped manufacturer. It started out as a metal working shop and was named Kraftfahrzeuge Trunkenpolz Mattighofen. Approximately 60 yeras back KTM began producing motorcyclesKTM and Bajaj have partnered in India. In above photograph you see KTM Duke 200 which was launched in January Mont of 2012. Bajaj-KTM has priced 200 Duke at around Rs. 120000 (Ex-showroom New Delhi). This bike is sold at the 34 Bajaj Pro-biking showrooms which were converted into exclusive KTM showroom recently, although bike is huge demand. Bikers are getting this one after 2 months of booking.A photograph of KTM Duke Bike around Peer-ki-Gali in Jamu & Kashmir. Again a photograph from 3rd Mughal Rally, which held in July month of 2012 and organized by Himalayan Motorsports. This one was shot on first day of Mughal Rally. KTM is Europe’s second largest motorcycle manufacturer and dominates the off-road segment across the world.KTM Duke 200 standing in the middle of Golf Course @ Chandigarh, Punjab, India.KTM Duke 200 looks sporty, feels sporty and don’t go by the 200cc engine, because this monster generate 25 Bhp of maximum power and around 19.2 Nm of maximum torque, which is much higher than the normal 200cc commuter bikes available in India, which deliver 15 to 18 Bhp of maximum power.KTM debuts in India with its premium streetbike brand: the Duke. The first offering from the KTM in India, the 200 Duke is being retailed through 34 dedicated KTM stores in India along with KTM’s famous range of Accessories and Merchandise called KTM PowerWear and KTM PowerParts.KTM began in motorsports with Motocross Racing. In the last few years KTM has gained more success in motorsports by dominating rally-raid events such as the Paris-Dakar Rally and the Atlas-Rally. In 2003, KTM started sponsoring and supporting Road racing in various capacities, with the most successful results stemming from their Supermotard or Supermoto efforts. KTM offers a range of different engines for its larger motorcycles, all liquid-cooled. KTM's official company/team colors are Orange, Black and Silver. To create a strong brand identity, all competition-ready KTMs come from the factory with bright orange plastic with 'KTM' emblazoned on the side of the radiator shrouds. All KTM bikes also come from the factory with a Motorex sticker on the outside of the motor. All first fills of oil come from Motorex as well. Some official KTM teams use different colors for their bikes, most noticeably in the Dakar Rally.KTM Bikes are getting popular in Off-Road events. The term off-road refers to a driving surface that is not conventionally paved. This is a rough surface, often created naturally, such as sand, gravel, a river, mud or snow. This type of terrain can sometimes only be travelled on with vehicles designed for off-road driving (such as SUVs, ATVs, snowmobiles or mountain bikes) or vehicles that have off-road equipment. KTM manufactures vehicles for these environments and they are picking up in India.

The very first photograph of this post is shot during 3rd Mughal Rally which happened in July 2012. This photograph is exactly shot near Sinthan Pass on second day of this Motorsports rally organized by Himalayan Motorsports.

The Photograph just above is shot on Himalayan Expressway which has started operating this year only and a big relief for traveller going from Chandigarh to Shimla or other parts of Himachal. Aneesh Ariborne Awasthi is riding KTM Duke 200 in this photograph.

Recently I got exposed to KTM Bikes and seen performance of various KTM Duke Machines. Power of these machines and passion of their owners make a deadly combo to shoot. This Photo Journey shares KTM Duke Bikes in different Terrains of India and hope to add much more stuff during next one yearalThe very first photograph of this post is shot during 3rd Mughal Rally which happened in July 2012. This photograph is exactly shot near Sinthan Pass on second day of this Motorsports rally organized by Himalayan Motorsports.The Photograph just above is shot on Himalayan Expressway which has started operating this year only and a big relief for traveller going from Chandigarh to Shimla or other parts of Himachal. Aneesh Ariborne Awasthi is riding KTM Duke 200 in this photograph.This photograph is again shot in Jammu & Kashmir with Sinthan Pass in the backgroud. These Bikers had to start from Chingam till Sinthan as a Competitive Stretch and thereon, everyone had to ride till Srinagar. This is again a KTM shot from 3rd Mughal Rally which happened in various terrains around Srinagar.KTM is most commonly known for its off road motorcycles though in recent years it has expanded into street motorcycle production.KTM flying through glaciers in India...Here is a photographs from anantnag district of Jammu & Kashmir State of India with snow capped hill in the background...KTM Sportmotorcycle AG is an Austrian motorcycle, bicycle and moped manufacturer. It started out as a metal working shop and was named Kraftfahrzeuge Trunkenpolz Mattighofen. Approximately 60 yeras back KTM began producing motorcyclesKTM and Bajaj have partnered in India. In above photograph you see KTM Duke 200 which was launched in January Mont of 2012. Bajaj-KTM has priced 200 Duke at around Rs. 120000 (Ex-showroom New Delhi). This bike is sold at the 34 Bajaj Pro-biking showrooms which were converted into exclusive KTM showroom recently, although bike is huge demand. Bikers are getting this one after 2 months of booking.A photograph of KTM Duke Bike around Peer-ki-Gali in Jamu & Kashmir. Again a photograph from 3rd Mughal Rally, which held in July month of 2012 and organized by Himalayan Motorsports. This one was shot on first day of Mughal Rally. KTM is Europe’s second largest motorcycle manufacturer and dominates the off-road segment across the world.KTM Duke 200 standing in the middle of Golf Course @ Chandigarh, Punjab, India.KTM Duke 200 looks sporty, feels sporty and don’t go by the 200cc engine, because this monster generate 25 Bhp of maximum power and around 19.2 Nm of maximum torque, which is much higher than the normal 200cc commuter bikes available in India, which deliver 15 to 18 Bhp of maximum power.KTM debuts in India with its premium streetbike brand: the Duke. The first offering from the KTM in India, the 200 Duke is being retailed through 34 dedicated KTM stores in India along with KTM’s famous range of Accessories and Merchandise called KTM PowerWear and KTM PowerParts.KTM began in motorsports with Motocross Racing. In the last few years KTM has gained more success in motorsports by dominating rally-raid events such as the Paris-Dakar Rally and the Atlas-Rally. In 2003, KTM started sponsoring and supporting Road racing in various capacities, with the most successful results stemming from their Supermotard or Supermoto efforts. KTM offers a range of different engines for its larger motorcycles, all liquid-cooled. KTM's official company/team colors are Orange, Black and Silver. To create a strong brand identity, all competition-ready KTMs come from the factory with bright orange plastic with 'KTM' emblazoned on the side of the radiator shrouds. All KTM bikes also come from the factory with a Motorex sticker on the outside of the motor. All first fills of oil come from Motorex as well. Some official KTM teams use different colors for their bikes, most noticeably in the Dakar Rally.KTM Bikes are getting popular in Off-Road events. The term off-road refers to a driving surface that is not conventionally paved. This is a rough surface, often created naturally, such as sand, gravel, a river, mud or snow. This type of terrain can sometimes only be travelled on with vehicles designed for off-road driving (such as SUVs, ATVs, snowmobiles or mountain bikes) or vehicles that have off-road equipment. KTM manufactures vehicles for these environments and they are picking up in India.

This photograph is again shot in Jammu & Kashmir with Sinthan Pass in the backgroud. These Bikers had to start from Chingam till Sinthan as a Competitive Stretch and thereon, everyone had to ride till Srinagar. This is again a KTM shot from 3rd Mughal Rally which happened in various terrains around Srinagar.

Recently I got exposed to KTM Bikes and seen performance of various KTM Duke Machines. Power of these machines and passion of their owners make a deadly combo to shoot. This Photo Journey shares KTM Duke Bikes in different Terrains of India and hope to add much more stuff during next one yearalThe very first photograph of this post is shot during 3rd Mughal Rally which happened in July 2012. This photograph is exactly shot near Sinthan Pass on second day of this Motorsports rally organized by Himalayan Motorsports.The Photograph just above is shot on Himalayan Expressway which has started operating this year only and a big relief for traveller going from Chandigarh to Shimla or other parts of Himachal. Aneesh Ariborne Awasthi is riding KTM Duke 200 in this photograph.This photograph is again shot in Jammu & Kashmir with Sinthan Pass in the backgroud. These Bikers had to start from Chingam till Sinthan as a Competitive Stretch and thereon, everyone had to ride till Srinagar. This is again a KTM shot from 3rd Mughal Rally which happened in various terrains around Srinagar.KTM is most commonly known for its off road motorcycles though in recent years it has expanded into street motorcycle production.KTM flying through glaciers in India...Here is a photographs from anantnag district of Jammu & Kashmir State of India with snow capped hill in the background...KTM Sportmotorcycle AG is an Austrian motorcycle, bicycle and moped manufacturer. It started out as a metal working shop and was named Kraftfahrzeuge Trunkenpolz Mattighofen. Approximately 60 yeras back KTM began producing motorcyclesKTM and Bajaj have partnered in India. In above photograph you see KTM Duke 200 which was launched in January Mont of 2012. Bajaj-KTM has priced 200 Duke at around Rs. 120000 (Ex-showroom New Delhi). This bike is sold at the 34 Bajaj Pro-biking showrooms which were converted into exclusive KTM showroom recently, although bike is huge demand. Bikers are getting this one after 2 months of booking.A photograph of KTM Duke Bike around Peer-ki-Gali in Jamu & Kashmir. Again a photograph from 3rd Mughal Rally, which held in July month of 2012 and organized by Himalayan Motorsports. This one was shot on first day of Mughal Rally. KTM is Europe’s second largest motorcycle manufacturer and dominates the off-road segment across the world.KTM Duke 200 standing in the middle of Golf Course @ Chandigarh, Punjab, India.KTM Duke 200 looks sporty, feels sporty and don’t go by the 200cc engine, because this monster generate 25 Bhp of maximum power and around 19.2 Nm of maximum torque, which is much higher than the normal 200cc commuter bikes available in India, which deliver 15 to 18 Bhp of maximum power.KTM debuts in India with its premium streetbike brand: the Duke. The first offering from the KTM in India, the 200 Duke is being retailed through 34 dedicated KTM stores in India along with KTM’s famous range of Accessories and Merchandise called KTM PowerWear and KTM PowerParts.KTM began in motorsports with Motocross Racing. In the last few years KTM has gained more success in motorsports by dominating rally-raid events such as the Paris-Dakar Rally and the Atlas-Rally. In 2003, KTM started sponsoring and supporting Road racing in various capacities, with the most successful results stemming from their Supermotard or Supermoto efforts. KTM offers a range of different engines for its larger motorcycles, all liquid-cooled. KTM's official company/team colors are Orange, Black and Silver. To create a strong brand identity, all competition-ready KTMs come from the factory with bright orange plastic with 'KTM' emblazoned on the side of the radiator shrouds. All KTM bikes also come from the factory with a Motorex sticker on the outside of the motor. All first fills of oil come from Motorex as well. Some official KTM teams use different colors for their bikes, most noticeably in the Dakar Rally.KTM Bikes are getting popular in Off-Road events. The term off-road refers to a driving surface that is not conventionally paved. This is a rough surface, often created naturally, such as sand, gravel, a river, mud or snow. This type of terrain can sometimes only be travelled on with vehicles designed for off-road driving (such as SUVs, ATVs, snowmobiles or mountain bikes) or vehicles that have off-road equipment. KTM manufactures vehicles for these environments and they are picking up in India.

KTM is most commonly known for its off road motorcycles though in recent years it has expanded into street motorcycle production.

Above photograph shows Aneesh Airborne Awasthi stunting on his KTM Duke 200 at Chandi Madir, Chandigarh...

Recently I got exposed to KTM Bikes and seen performance of various KTM Duke Machines. Power of these machines and passion of their owners make a deadly combo to shoot. This Photo Journey shares KTM Duke Bikes in different Terrains of India and hope to add much more stuff during next one yearalThe very first photograph of this post is shot during 3rd Mughal Rally which happened in July 2012. This photograph is exactly shot near Sinthan Pass on second day of this Motorsports rally organized by Himalayan Motorsports.The Photograph just above is shot on Himalayan Expressway which has started operating this year only and a big relief for traveller going from Chandigarh to Shimla or other parts of Himachal. Aneesh Ariborne Awasthi is riding KTM Duke 200 in this photograph.This photograph is again shot in Jammu & Kashmir with Sinthan Pass in the backgroud. These Bikers had to start from Chingam till Sinthan as a Competitive Stretch and thereon, everyone had to ride till Srinagar. This is again a KTM shot from 3rd Mughal Rally which happened in various terrains around Srinagar.KTM is most commonly known for its off road motorcycles though in recent years it has expanded into street motorcycle production.KTM flying through glaciers in India...Here is a photographs from anantnag district of Jammu & Kashmir State of India with snow capped hill in the background...KTM Sportmotorcycle AG is an Austrian motorcycle, bicycle and moped manufacturer. It started out as a metal working shop and was named Kraftfahrzeuge Trunkenpolz Mattighofen. Approximately 60 yeras back KTM began producing motorcyclesKTM and Bajaj have partnered in India. In above photograph you see KTM Duke 200 which was launched in January Mont of 2012. Bajaj-KTM has priced 200 Duke at around Rs. 120000 (Ex-showroom New Delhi). This bike is sold at the 34 Bajaj Pro-biking showrooms which were converted into exclusive KTM showroom recently, although bike is huge demand. Bikers are getting this one after 2 months of booking.A photograph of KTM Duke Bike around Peer-ki-Gali in Jamu & Kashmir. Again a photograph from 3rd Mughal Rally, which held in July month of 2012 and organized by Himalayan Motorsports. This one was shot on first day of Mughal Rally. KTM is Europe’s second largest motorcycle manufacturer and dominates the off-road segment across the world.KTM Duke 200 standing in the middle of Golf Course @ Chandigarh, Punjab, India.KTM Duke 200 looks sporty, feels sporty and don’t go by the 200cc engine, because this monster generate 25 Bhp of maximum power and around 19.2 Nm of maximum torque, which is much higher than the normal 200cc commuter bikes available in India, which deliver 15 to 18 Bhp of maximum power.KTM debuts in India with its premium streetbike brand: the Duke. The first offering from the KTM in India, the 200 Duke is being retailed through 34 dedicated KTM stores in India along with KTM’s famous range of Accessories and Merchandise called KTM PowerWear and KTM PowerParts.KTM began in motorsports with Motocross Racing. In the last few years KTM has gained more success in motorsports by dominating rally-raid events such as the Paris-Dakar Rally and the Atlas-Rally. In 2003, KTM started sponsoring and supporting Road racing in various capacities, with the most successful results stemming from their Supermotard or Supermoto efforts. KTM offers a range of different engines for its larger motorcycles, all liquid-cooled. KTM's official company/team colors are Orange, Black and Silver. To create a strong brand identity, all competition-ready KTMs come from the factory with bright orange plastic with 'KTM' emblazoned on the side of the radiator shrouds. All KTM bikes also come from the factory with a Motorex sticker on the outside of the motor. All first fills of oil come from Motorex as well. Some official KTM teams use different colors for their bikes, most noticeably in the Dakar Rally.KTM Bikes are getting popular in Off-Road events. The term off-road refers to a driving surface that is not conventionally paved. This is a rough surface, often created naturally, such as sand, gravel, a river, mud or snow. This type of terrain can sometimes only be travelled on with vehicles designed for off-road driving (such as SUVs, ATVs, snowmobiles or mountain bikes) or vehicles that have off-road equipment. KTM manufactures vehicles for these environments and they are picking up in India.

KTM flying through glaciers in India...

Here is a photographs from anantnag district of Jammu & Kashmir State of India with snow capped hill in the background...

Recently I got exposed to KTM Bikes and seen performance of various KTM Duke Machines. Power of these machines and passion of their owners make a deadly combo to shoot. This Photo Journey shares KTM Duke Bikes in different Terrains of India and hope to add much more stuff during next one yearalThe very first photograph of this post is shot during 3rd Mughal Rally which happened in July 2012. This photograph is exactly shot near Sinthan Pass on second day of this Motorsports rally organized by Himalayan Motorsports.The Photograph just above is shot on Himalayan Expressway which has started operating this year only and a big relief for traveller going from Chandigarh to Shimla or other parts of Himachal. Aneesh Ariborne Awasthi is riding KTM Duke 200 in this photograph.This photograph is again shot in Jammu & Kashmir with Sinthan Pass in the backgroud. These Bikers had to start from Chingam till Sinthan as a Competitive Stretch and thereon, everyone had to ride till Srinagar. This is again a KTM shot from 3rd Mughal Rally which happened in various terrains around Srinagar.KTM is most commonly known for its off road motorcycles though in recent years it has expanded into street motorcycle production.KTM flying through glaciers in India...Here is a photographs from anantnag district of Jammu & Kashmir State of India with snow capped hill in the background...KTM Sportmotorcycle AG is an Austrian motorcycle, bicycle and moped manufacturer. It started out as a metal working shop and was named Kraftfahrzeuge Trunkenpolz Mattighofen. Approximately 60 yeras back KTM began producing motorcyclesKTM and Bajaj have partnered in India. In above photograph you see KTM Duke 200 which was launched in January Mont of 2012. Bajaj-KTM has priced 200 Duke at around Rs. 120000 (Ex-showroom New Delhi). This bike is sold at the 34 Bajaj Pro-biking showrooms which were converted into exclusive KTM showroom recently, although bike is huge demand. Bikers are getting this one after 2 months of booking.A photograph of KTM Duke Bike around Peer-ki-Gali in Jamu & Kashmir. Again a photograph from 3rd Mughal Rally, which held in July month of 2012 and organized by Himalayan Motorsports. This one was shot on first day of Mughal Rally. KTM is Europe’s second largest motorcycle manufacturer and dominates the off-road segment across the world.KTM Duke 200 standing in the middle of Golf Course @ Chandigarh, Punjab, India.KTM Duke 200 looks sporty, feels sporty and don’t go by the 200cc engine, because this monster generate 25 Bhp of maximum power and around 19.2 Nm of maximum torque, which is much higher than the normal 200cc commuter bikes available in India, which deliver 15 to 18 Bhp of maximum power.KTM debuts in India with its premium streetbike brand: the Duke. The first offering from the KTM in India, the 200 Duke is being retailed through 34 dedicated KTM stores in India along with KTM’s famous range of Accessories and Merchandise called KTM PowerWear and KTM PowerParts.KTM began in motorsports with Motocross Racing. In the last few years KTM has gained more success in motorsports by dominating rally-raid events such as the Paris-Dakar Rally and the Atlas-Rally. In 2003, KTM started sponsoring and supporting Road racing in various capacities, with the most successful results stemming from their Supermotard or Supermoto efforts. KTM offers a range of different engines for its larger motorcycles, all liquid-cooled. KTM's official company/team colors are Orange, Black and Silver. To create a strong brand identity, all competition-ready KTMs come from the factory with bright orange plastic with 'KTM' emblazoned on the side of the radiator shrouds. All KTM bikes also come from the factory with a Motorex sticker on the outside of the motor. All first fills of oil come from Motorex as well. Some official KTM teams use different colors for their bikes, most noticeably in the Dakar Rally.KTM Bikes are getting popular in Off-Road events. The term off-road refers to a driving surface that is not conventionally paved. This is a rough surface, often created naturally, such as sand, gravel, a river, mud or snow. This type of terrain can sometimes only be travelled on with vehicles designed for off-road driving (such as SUVs, ATVs, snowmobiles or mountain bikes) or vehicles that have off-road equipment. KTM manufactures vehicles for these environments and they are picking up in India.

KTM Duke 200 near Parwanoo, Himachal Pradesh, India

KTM Sportmotorcycle AG is an Austrian motorcycle, bicycle and moped manufacturer. It started out as a metal working shop and was named Kraftfahrzeuge Trunkenpolz Mattighofen. Approximately 60 yeras back KTM began producing motorcycles.

Recently I got exposed to KTM Bikes and seen performance of various KTM Duke Machines. Power of these machines and passion of their owners make a deadly combo to shoot. This Photo Journey shares KTM Duke Bikes in different Terrains of India and hope to add much more stuff during next one yearalThe very first photograph of this post is shot during 3rd Mughal Rally which happened in July 2012. This photograph is exactly shot near Sinthan Pass on second day of this Motorsports rally organized by Himalayan Motorsports.The Photograph just above is shot on Himalayan Expressway which has started operating this year only and a big relief for traveller going from Chandigarh to Shimla or other parts of Himachal. Aneesh Ariborne Awasthi is riding KTM Duke 200 in this photograph.This photograph is again shot in Jammu & Kashmir with Sinthan Pass in the backgroud. These Bikers had to start from Chingam till Sinthan as a Competitive Stretch and thereon, everyone had to ride till Srinagar. This is again a KTM shot from 3rd Mughal Rally which happened in various terrains around Srinagar.KTM is most commonly known for its off road motorcycles though in recent years it has expanded into street motorcycle production.KTM flying through glaciers in India...Here is a photographs from anantnag district of Jammu & Kashmir State of India with snow capped hill in the background...KTM Sportmotorcycle AG is an Austrian motorcycle, bicycle and moped manufacturer. It started out as a metal working shop and was named Kraftfahrzeuge Trunkenpolz Mattighofen. Approximately 60 yeras back KTM began producing motorcyclesKTM and Bajaj have partnered in India. In above photograph you see KTM Duke 200 which was launched in January Mont of 2012. Bajaj-KTM has priced 200 Duke at around Rs. 120000 (Ex-showroom New Delhi). This bike is sold at the 34 Bajaj Pro-biking showrooms which were converted into exclusive KTM showroom recently, although bike is huge demand. Bikers are getting this one after 2 months of booking.A photograph of KTM Duke Bike around Peer-ki-Gali in Jamu & Kashmir. Again a photograph from 3rd Mughal Rally, which held in July month of 2012 and organized by Himalayan Motorsports. This one was shot on first day of Mughal Rally. KTM is Europe’s second largest motorcycle manufacturer and dominates the off-road segment across the world.KTM Duke 200 standing in the middle of Golf Course @ Chandigarh, Punjab, India.KTM Duke 200 looks sporty, feels sporty and don’t go by the 200cc engine, because this monster generate 25 Bhp of maximum power and around 19.2 Nm of maximum torque, which is much higher than the normal 200cc commuter bikes available in India, which deliver 15 to 18 Bhp of maximum power.KTM debuts in India with its premium streetbike brand: the Duke. The first offering from the KTM in India, the 200 Duke is being retailed through 34 dedicated KTM stores in India along with KTM’s famous range of Accessories and Merchandise called KTM PowerWear and KTM PowerParts.KTM began in motorsports with Motocross Racing. In the last few years KTM has gained more success in motorsports by dominating rally-raid events such as the Paris-Dakar Rally and the Atlas-Rally. In 2003, KTM started sponsoring and supporting Road racing in various capacities, with the most successful results stemming from their Supermotard or Supermoto efforts. KTM offers a range of different engines for its larger motorcycles, all liquid-cooled. KTM's official company/team colors are Orange, Black and Silver. To create a strong brand identity, all competition-ready KTMs come from the factory with bright orange plastic with 'KTM' emblazoned on the side of the radiator shrouds. All KTM bikes also come from the factory with a Motorex sticker on the outside of the motor. All first fills of oil come from Motorex as well. Some official KTM teams use different colors for their bikes, most noticeably in the Dakar Rally.KTM Bikes are getting popular in Off-Road events. The term off-road refers to a driving surface that is not conventionally paved. This is a rough surface, often created naturally, such as sand, gravel, a river, mud or snow. This type of terrain can sometimes only be travelled on with vehicles designed for off-road driving (such as SUVs, ATVs, snowmobiles or mountain bikes) or vehicles that have off-road equipment. KTM manufactures vehicles for these environments and they are picking up in India.

KTM and Bajaj have partnered in India. In above photograph you see KTM Duke 200 which was launched in January Mont of 2012. Bajaj-KTM has priced 200 Duke at around Rs. 120000 (Ex-showroom New Delhi). This bike is sold at the 34 Bajaj Pro-biking showrooms which were converted into exclusive KTM showroom recently, although bike is huge demand. Bikers are getting this one after 2 months of booking.

Recently I got exposed to KTM Bikes and seen performance of various KTM Duke Machines. Power of these machines and passion of their owners make a deadly combo to shoot. This Photo Journey shares KTM Duke Bikes in different Terrains of India and hope to add much more stuff during next one yearalThe very first photograph of this post is shot during 3rd Mughal Rally which happened in July 2012. This photograph is exactly shot near Sinthan Pass on second day of this Motorsports rally organized by Himalayan Motorsports.The Photograph just above is shot on Himalayan Expressway which has started operating this year only and a big relief for traveller going from Chandigarh to Shimla or other parts of Himachal. Aneesh Ariborne Awasthi is riding KTM Duke 200 in this photograph.This photograph is again shot in Jammu & Kashmir with Sinthan Pass in the backgroud. These Bikers had to start from Chingam till Sinthan as a Competitive Stretch and thereon, everyone had to ride till Srinagar. This is again a KTM shot from 3rd Mughal Rally which happened in various terrains around Srinagar.KTM is most commonly known for its off road motorcycles though in recent years it has expanded into street motorcycle production.KTM flying through glaciers in India...Here is a photographs from anantnag district of Jammu & Kashmir State of India with snow capped hill in the background...KTM Sportmotorcycle AG is an Austrian motorcycle, bicycle and moped manufacturer. It started out as a metal working shop and was named Kraftfahrzeuge Trunkenpolz Mattighofen. Approximately 60 yeras back KTM began producing motorcyclesKTM and Bajaj have partnered in India. In above photograph you see KTM Duke 200 which was launched in January Mont of 2012. Bajaj-KTM has priced 200 Duke at around Rs. 120000 (Ex-showroom New Delhi). This bike is sold at the 34 Bajaj Pro-biking showrooms which were converted into exclusive KTM showroom recently, although bike is huge demand. Bikers are getting this one after 2 months of booking.A photograph of KTM Duke Bike around Peer-ki-Gali in Jamu & Kashmir. Again a photograph from 3rd Mughal Rally, which held in July month of 2012 and organized by Himalayan Motorsports. This one was shot on first day of Mughal Rally. KTM is Europe’s second largest motorcycle manufacturer and dominates the off-road segment across the world.KTM Duke 200 standing in the middle of Golf Course @ Chandigarh, Punjab, India.KTM Duke 200 looks sporty, feels sporty and don’t go by the 200cc engine, because this monster generate 25 Bhp of maximum power and around 19.2 Nm of maximum torque, which is much higher than the normal 200cc commuter bikes available in India, which deliver 15 to 18 Bhp of maximum power.KTM debuts in India with its premium streetbike brand: the Duke. The first offering from the KTM in India, the 200 Duke is being retailed through 34 dedicated KTM stores in India along with KTM’s famous range of Accessories and Merchandise called KTM PowerWear and KTM PowerParts.KTM began in motorsports with Motocross Racing. In the last few years KTM has gained more success in motorsports by dominating rally-raid events such as the Paris-Dakar Rally and the Atlas-Rally. In 2003, KTM started sponsoring and supporting Road racing in various capacities, with the most successful results stemming from their Supermotard or Supermoto efforts. KTM offers a range of different engines for its larger motorcycles, all liquid-cooled. KTM's official company/team colors are Orange, Black and Silver. To create a strong brand identity, all competition-ready KTMs come from the factory with bright orange plastic with 'KTM' emblazoned on the side of the radiator shrouds. All KTM bikes also come from the factory with a Motorex sticker on the outside of the motor. All first fills of oil come from Motorex as well. Some official KTM teams use different colors for their bikes, most noticeably in the Dakar Rally.KTM Bikes are getting popular in Off-Road events. The term off-road refers to a driving surface that is not conventionally paved. This is a rough surface, often created naturally, such as sand, gravel, a river, mud or snow. This type of terrain can sometimes only be travelled on with vehicles designed for off-road driving (such as SUVs, ATVs, snowmobiles or mountain bikes) or vehicles that have off-road equipment. KTM manufactures vehicles for these environments and they are picking up in India.

A photograph of KTM Duke Bike around Peer-ki-Gali in Jamu & Kashmir. Again a photograph from 3rd Mughal Rally, which held in July month of 2012 and organized by Himalayan Motorsports. This one was shot on first day of Mughal Rally.

Recently I got exposed to KTM Bikes and seen performance of various KTM Duke Machines. Power of these machines and passion of their owners make a deadly combo to shoot. This Photo Journey shares KTM Duke Bikes in different Terrains of India and hope to add much more stuff during next one yearalThe very first photograph of this post is shot during 3rd Mughal Rally which happened in July 2012. This photograph is exactly shot near Sinthan Pass on second day of this Motorsports rally organized by Himalayan Motorsports.The Photograph just above is shot on Himalayan Expressway which has started operating this year only and a big relief for traveller going from Chandigarh to Shimla or other parts of Himachal. Aneesh Ariborne Awasthi is riding KTM Duke 200 in this photograph.This photograph is again shot in Jammu & Kashmir with Sinthan Pass in the backgroud. These Bikers had to start from Chingam till Sinthan as a Competitive Stretch and thereon, everyone had to ride till Srinagar. This is again a KTM shot from 3rd Mughal Rally which happened in various terrains around Srinagar.KTM is most commonly known for its off road motorcycles though in recent years it has expanded into street motorcycle production.KTM flying through glaciers in India...Here is a photographs from anantnag district of Jammu & Kashmir State of India with snow capped hill in the background...KTM Sportmotorcycle AG is an Austrian motorcycle, bicycle and moped manufacturer. It started out as a metal working shop and was named Kraftfahrzeuge Trunkenpolz Mattighofen. Approximately 60 yeras back KTM began producing motorcyclesKTM and Bajaj have partnered in India. In above photograph you see KTM Duke 200 which was launched in January Mont of 2012. Bajaj-KTM has priced 200 Duke at around Rs. 120000 (Ex-showroom New Delhi). This bike is sold at the 34 Bajaj Pro-biking showrooms which were converted into exclusive KTM showroom recently, although bike is huge demand. Bikers are getting this one after 2 months of booking.A photograph of KTM Duke Bike around Peer-ki-Gali in Jamu & Kashmir. Again a photograph from 3rd Mughal Rally, which held in July month of 2012 and organized by Himalayan Motorsports. This one was shot on first day of Mughal Rally. KTM is Europe’s second largest motorcycle manufacturer and dominates the off-road segment across the world.KTM Duke 200 standing in the middle of Golf Course @ Chandigarh, Punjab, India.KTM Duke 200 looks sporty, feels sporty and don’t go by the 200cc engine, because this monster generate 25 Bhp of maximum power and around 19.2 Nm of maximum torque, which is much higher than the normal 200cc commuter bikes available in India, which deliver 15 to 18 Bhp of maximum power.KTM debuts in India with its premium streetbike brand: the Duke. The first offering from the KTM in India, the 200 Duke is being retailed through 34 dedicated KTM stores in India along with KTM’s famous range of Accessories and Merchandise called KTM PowerWear and KTM PowerParts.KTM began in motorsports with Motocross Racing. In the last few years KTM has gained more success in motorsports by dominating rally-raid events such as the Paris-Dakar Rally and the Atlas-Rally. In 2003, KTM started sponsoring and supporting Road racing in various capacities, with the most successful results stemming from their Supermotard or Supermoto efforts. KTM offers a range of different engines for its larger motorcycles, all liquid-cooled. KTM's official company/team colors are Orange, Black and Silver. To create a strong brand identity, all competition-ready KTMs come from the factory with bright orange plastic with 'KTM' emblazoned on the side of the radiator shrouds. All KTM bikes also come from the factory with a Motorex sticker on the outside of the motor. All first fills of oil come from Motorex as well. Some official KTM teams use different colors for their bikes, most noticeably in the Dakar Rally.KTM Bikes are getting popular in Off-Road events. The term off-road refers to a driving surface that is not conventionally paved. This is a rough surface, often created naturally, such as sand, gravel, a river, mud or snow. This type of terrain can sometimes only be travelled on with vehicles designed for off-road driving (such as SUVs, ATVs, snowmobiles or mountain bikes) or vehicles that have off-road equipment. KTM manufactures vehicles for these environments and they are picking up in India.

A photograph shot near Timber Trail, Parwanoo !

 KTM is Europe’s second largest motorcycle manufacturer and dominates the off-road segment across the world.

Recently I got exposed to KTM Bikes and seen performance of various KTM Duke Machines. Power of these machines and passion of their owners make a deadly combo to shoot. This Photo Journey shares KTM Duke Bikes in different Terrains of India and hope to add much more stuff during next one yearalThe very first photograph of this post is shot during 3rd Mughal Rally which happened in July 2012. This photograph is exactly shot near Sinthan Pass on second day of this Motorsports rally organized by Himalayan Motorsports.The Photograph just above is shot on Himalayan Expressway which has started operating this year only and a big relief for traveller going from Chandigarh to Shimla or other parts of Himachal. Aneesh Ariborne Awasthi is riding KTM Duke 200 in this photograph.This photograph is again shot in Jammu & Kashmir with Sinthan Pass in the backgroud. These Bikers had to start from Chingam till Sinthan as a Competitive Stretch and thereon, everyone had to ride till Srinagar. This is again a KTM shot from 3rd Mughal Rally which happened in various terrains around Srinagar.KTM is most commonly known for its off road motorcycles though in recent years it has expanded into street motorcycle production.KTM flying through glaciers in India...Here is a photographs from anantnag district of Jammu & Kashmir State of India with snow capped hill in the background...KTM Sportmotorcycle AG is an Austrian motorcycle, bicycle and moped manufacturer. It started out as a metal working shop and was named Kraftfahrzeuge Trunkenpolz Mattighofen. Approximately 60 yeras back KTM began producing motorcyclesKTM and Bajaj have partnered in India. In above photograph you see KTM Duke 200 which was launched in January Mont of 2012. Bajaj-KTM has priced 200 Duke at around Rs. 120000 (Ex-showroom New Delhi). This bike is sold at the 34 Bajaj Pro-biking showrooms which were converted into exclusive KTM showroom recently, although bike is huge demand. Bikers are getting this one after 2 months of booking.A photograph of KTM Duke Bike around Peer-ki-Gali in Jamu & Kashmir. Again a photograph from 3rd Mughal Rally, which held in July month of 2012 and organized by Himalayan Motorsports. This one was shot on first day of Mughal Rally. KTM is Europe’s second largest motorcycle manufacturer and dominates the off-road segment across the world.KTM Duke 200 standing in the middle of Golf Course @ Chandigarh, Punjab, India.KTM Duke 200 looks sporty, feels sporty and don’t go by the 200cc engine, because this monster generate 25 Bhp of maximum power and around 19.2 Nm of maximum torque, which is much higher than the normal 200cc commuter bikes available in India, which deliver 15 to 18 Bhp of maximum power.KTM debuts in India with its premium streetbike brand: the Duke. The first offering from the KTM in India, the 200 Duke is being retailed through 34 dedicated KTM stores in India along with KTM’s famous range of Accessories and Merchandise called KTM PowerWear and KTM PowerParts.KTM began in motorsports with Motocross Racing. In the last few years KTM has gained more success in motorsports by dominating rally-raid events such as the Paris-Dakar Rally and the Atlas-Rally. In 2003, KTM started sponsoring and supporting Road racing in various capacities, with the most successful results stemming from their Supermotard or Supermoto efforts. KTM offers a range of different engines for its larger motorcycles, all liquid-cooled. KTM's official company/team colors are Orange, Black and Silver. To create a strong brand identity, all competition-ready KTMs come from the factory with bright orange plastic with 'KTM' emblazoned on the side of the radiator shrouds. All KTM bikes also come from the factory with a Motorex sticker on the outside of the motor. All first fills of oil come from Motorex as well. Some official KTM teams use different colors for their bikes, most noticeably in the Dakar Rally.KTM Bikes are getting popular in Off-Road events. The term off-road refers to a driving surface that is not conventionally paved. This is a rough surface, often created naturally, such as sand, gravel, a river, mud or snow. This type of terrain can sometimes only be travelled on with vehicles designed for off-road driving (such as SUVs, ATVs, snowmobiles or mountain bikes) or vehicles that have off-road equipment. KTM manufactures vehicles for these environments and they are picking up in India.

KTM Duke 200 standing in the middle of Golf Course @ Chandigarh, Punjab, India.


KTM Duke 200 looks sporty, feels sporty and don’t go by the 200cc engine, because this monster generate 25 Bhp of maximum power and around 19.2 Nm of maximum torque, which is much higher than the normal 200cc commuter bikes available in India, which deliver 15 to 18 Bhp of maximum power.

Recently I got exposed to KTM Bikes and seen performance of various KTM Duke Machines. Power of these machines and passion of their owners make a deadly combo to shoot. This Photo Journey shares KTM Duke Bikes in different Terrains of India and hope to add much more stuff during next one yearalThe very first photograph of this post is shot during 3rd Mughal Rally which happened in July 2012. This photograph is exactly shot near Sinthan Pass on second day of this Motorsports rally organized by Himalayan Motorsports.The Photograph just above is shot on Himalayan Expressway which has started operating this year only and a big relief for traveller going from Chandigarh to Shimla or other parts of Himachal. Aneesh Ariborne Awasthi is riding KTM Duke 200 in this photograph.This photograph is again shot in Jammu & Kashmir with Sinthan Pass in the backgroud. These Bikers had to start from Chingam till Sinthan as a Competitive Stretch and thereon, everyone had to ride till Srinagar. This is again a KTM shot from 3rd Mughal Rally which happened in various terrains around Srinagar.KTM is most commonly known for its off road motorcycles though in recent years it has expanded into street motorcycle production.KTM flying through glaciers in India...Here is a photographs from anantnag district of Jammu & Kashmir State of India with snow capped hill in the background...KTM Sportmotorcycle AG is an Austrian motorcycle, bicycle and moped manufacturer. It started out as a metal working shop and was named Kraftfahrzeuge Trunkenpolz Mattighofen. Approximately 60 yeras back KTM began producing motorcyclesKTM and Bajaj have partnered in India. In above photograph you see KTM Duke 200 which was launched in January Mont of 2012. Bajaj-KTM has priced 200 Duke at around Rs. 120000 (Ex-showroom New Delhi). This bike is sold at the 34 Bajaj Pro-biking showrooms which were converted into exclusive KTM showroom recently, although bike is huge demand. Bikers are getting this one after 2 months of booking.A photograph of KTM Duke Bike around Peer-ki-Gali in Jamu & Kashmir. Again a photograph from 3rd Mughal Rally, which held in July month of 2012 and organized by Himalayan Motorsports. This one was shot on first day of Mughal Rally. KTM is Europe’s second largest motorcycle manufacturer and dominates the off-road segment across the world.KTM Duke 200 standing in the middle of Golf Course @ Chandigarh, Punjab, India.KTM Duke 200 looks sporty, feels sporty and don’t go by the 200cc engine, because this monster generate 25 Bhp of maximum power and around 19.2 Nm of maximum torque, which is much higher than the normal 200cc commuter bikes available in India, which deliver 15 to 18 Bhp of maximum power.KTM debuts in India with its premium streetbike brand: the Duke. The first offering from the KTM in India, the 200 Duke is being retailed through 34 dedicated KTM stores in India along with KTM’s famous range of Accessories and Merchandise called KTM PowerWear and KTM PowerParts.KTM began in motorsports with Motocross Racing. In the last few years KTM has gained more success in motorsports by dominating rally-raid events such as the Paris-Dakar Rally and the Atlas-Rally. In 2003, KTM started sponsoring and supporting Road racing in various capacities, with the most successful results stemming from their Supermotard or Supermoto efforts. KTM offers a range of different engines for its larger motorcycles, all liquid-cooled. KTM's official company/team colors are Orange, Black and Silver. To create a strong brand identity, all competition-ready KTMs come from the factory with bright orange plastic with 'KTM' emblazoned on the side of the radiator shrouds. All KTM bikes also come from the factory with a Motorex sticker on the outside of the motor. All first fills of oil come from Motorex as well. Some official KTM teams use different colors for their bikes, most noticeably in the Dakar Rally.KTM Bikes are getting popular in Off-Road events. The term off-road refers to a driving surface that is not conventionally paved. This is a rough surface, often created naturally, such as sand, gravel, a river, mud or snow. This type of terrain can sometimes only be travelled on with vehicles designed for off-road driving (such as SUVs, ATVs, snowmobiles or mountain bikes) or vehicles that have off-road equipment. KTM manufactures vehicles for these environments and they are picking up in India.

KTM debuts in India with its premium streetbike brand: the Duke. The first offering from the KTM in India, the 200 Duke is being retailed through 34 dedicated KTM stores in India along with KTM’s famous range of Accessories and Merchandise called KTM PowerWear and KTM PowerParts.

Recently I got exposed to KTM Bikes and seen performance of various KTM Duke Machines. Power of these machines and passion of their owners make a deadly combo to shoot. This Photo Journey shares KTM Duke Bikes in different Terrains of India and hope to add much more stuff during next one yearalThe very first photograph of this post is shot during 3rd Mughal Rally which happened in July 2012. This photograph is exactly shot near Sinthan Pass on second day of this Motorsports rally organized by Himalayan Motorsports.The Photograph just above is shot on Himalayan Expressway which has started operating this year only and a big relief for traveller going from Chandigarh to Shimla or other parts of Himachal. Aneesh Ariborne Awasthi is riding KTM Duke 200 in this photograph.This photograph is again shot in Jammu & Kashmir with Sinthan Pass in the backgroud. These Bikers had to start from Chingam till Sinthan as a Competitive Stretch and thereon, everyone had to ride till Srinagar. This is again a KTM shot from 3rd Mughal Rally which happened in various terrains around Srinagar.KTM is most commonly known for its off road motorcycles though in recent years it has expanded into street motorcycle production.KTM flying through glaciers in India...Here is a photographs from anantnag district of Jammu & Kashmir State of India with snow capped hill in the background...KTM Sportmotorcycle AG is an Austrian motorcycle, bicycle and moped manufacturer. It started out as a metal working shop and was named Kraftfahrzeuge Trunkenpolz Mattighofen. Approximately 60 yeras back KTM began producing motorcyclesKTM and Bajaj have partnered in India. In above photograph you see KTM Duke 200 which was launched in January Mont of 2012. Bajaj-KTM has priced 200 Duke at around Rs. 120000 (Ex-showroom New Delhi). This bike is sold at the 34 Bajaj Pro-biking showrooms which were converted into exclusive KTM showroom recently, although bike is huge demand. Bikers are getting this one after 2 months of booking.A photograph of KTM Duke Bike around Peer-ki-Gali in Jamu & Kashmir. Again a photograph from 3rd Mughal Rally, which held in July month of 2012 and organized by Himalayan Motorsports. This one was shot on first day of Mughal Rally. KTM is Europe’s second largest motorcycle manufacturer and dominates the off-road segment across the world.KTM Duke 200 standing in the middle of Golf Course @ Chandigarh, Punjab, India.KTM Duke 200 looks sporty, feels sporty and don’t go by the 200cc engine, because this monster generate 25 Bhp of maximum power and around 19.2 Nm of maximum torque, which is much higher than the normal 200cc commuter bikes available in India, which deliver 15 to 18 Bhp of maximum power.KTM debuts in India with its premium streetbike brand: the Duke. The first offering from the KTM in India, the 200 Duke is being retailed through 34 dedicated KTM stores in India along with KTM’s famous range of Accessories and Merchandise called KTM PowerWear and KTM PowerParts.KTM began in motorsports with Motocross Racing. In the last few years KTM has gained more success in motorsports by dominating rally-raid events such as the Paris-Dakar Rally and the Atlas-Rally. In 2003, KTM started sponsoring and supporting Road racing in various capacities, with the most successful results stemming from their Supermotard or Supermoto efforts. KTM offers a range of different engines for its larger motorcycles, all liquid-cooled. KTM's official company/team colors are Orange, Black and Silver. To create a strong brand identity, all competition-ready KTMs come from the factory with bright orange plastic with 'KTM' emblazoned on the side of the radiator shrouds. All KTM bikes also come from the factory with a Motorex sticker on the outside of the motor. All first fills of oil come from Motorex as well. Some official KTM teams use different colors for their bikes, most noticeably in the Dakar Rally.KTM Bikes are getting popular in Off-Road events. The term off-road refers to a driving surface that is not conventionally paved. This is a rough surface, often created naturally, such as sand, gravel, a river, mud or snow. This type of terrain can sometimes only be travelled on with vehicles designed for off-road driving (such as SUVs, ATVs, snowmobiles or mountain bikes) or vehicles that have off-road equipment. KTM manufactures vehicles for these environments and they are picking up in India.

KTM began in motorsports with Motocross Racing. In the last few years KTM has gained more success in motorsports by dominating rally-raid events such as the Paris-Dakar Rally and the Atlas-Rally. In 2003, KTM started sponsoring and supporting Road racing in various capacities, with the most successful results stemming from their Supermotard or Supermoto efforts. 

Recently I got exposed to KTM Bikes and seen performance of various KTM Duke Machines. Power of these machines and passion of their owners make a deadly combo to shoot. This Photo Journey shares KTM Duke Bikes in different Terrains of India and hope to add much more stuff during next one yearalThe very first photograph of this post is shot during 3rd Mughal Rally which happened in July 2012. This photograph is exactly shot near Sinthan Pass on second day of this Motorsports rally organized by Himalayan Motorsports.The Photograph just above is shot on Himalayan Expressway which has started operating this year only and a big relief for traveller going from Chandigarh to Shimla or other parts of Himachal. Aneesh Ariborne Awasthi is riding KTM Duke 200 in this photograph.This photograph is again shot in Jammu & Kashmir with Sinthan Pass in the backgroud. These Bikers had to start from Chingam till Sinthan as a Competitive Stretch and thereon, everyone had to ride till Srinagar. This is again a KTM shot from 3rd Mughal Rally which happened in various terrains around Srinagar.KTM is most commonly known for its off road motorcycles though in recent years it has expanded into street motorcycle production.KTM flying through glaciers in India...Here is a photographs from anantnag district of Jammu & Kashmir State of India with snow capped hill in the background...KTM Sportmotorcycle AG is an Austrian motorcycle, bicycle and moped manufacturer. It started out as a metal working shop and was named Kraftfahrzeuge Trunkenpolz Mattighofen. Approximately 60 yeras back KTM began producing motorcyclesKTM and Bajaj have partnered in India. In above photograph you see KTM Duke 200 which was launched in January Mont of 2012. Bajaj-KTM has priced 200 Duke at around Rs. 120000 (Ex-showroom New Delhi). This bike is sold at the 34 Bajaj Pro-biking showrooms which were converted into exclusive KTM showroom recently, although bike is huge demand. Bikers are getting this one after 2 months of booking.A photograph of KTM Duke Bike around Peer-ki-Gali in Jamu & Kashmir. Again a photograph from 3rd Mughal Rally, which held in July month of 2012 and organized by Himalayan Motorsports. This one was shot on first day of Mughal Rally. KTM is Europe’s second largest motorcycle manufacturer and dominates the off-road segment across the world.KTM Duke 200 standing in the middle of Golf Course @ Chandigarh, Punjab, India.KTM Duke 200 looks sporty, feels sporty and don’t go by the 200cc engine, because this monster generate 25 Bhp of maximum power and around 19.2 Nm of maximum torque, which is much higher than the normal 200cc commuter bikes available in India, which deliver 15 to 18 Bhp of maximum power.KTM debuts in India with its premium streetbike brand: the Duke. The first offering from the KTM in India, the 200 Duke is being retailed through 34 dedicated KTM stores in India along with KTM’s famous range of Accessories and Merchandise called KTM PowerWear and KTM PowerParts.KTM began in motorsports with Motocross Racing. In the last few years KTM has gained more success in motorsports by dominating rally-raid events such as the Paris-Dakar Rally and the Atlas-Rally. In 2003, KTM started sponsoring and supporting Road racing in various capacities, with the most successful results stemming from their Supermotard or Supermoto efforts. KTM offers a range of different engines for its larger motorcycles, all liquid-cooled. KTM's official company/team colors are Orange, Black and Silver. To create a strong brand identity, all competition-ready KTMs come from the factory with bright orange plastic with 'KTM' emblazoned on the side of the radiator shrouds. All KTM bikes also come from the factory with a Motorex sticker on the outside of the motor. All first fills of oil come from Motorex as well. Some official KTM teams use different colors for their bikes, most noticeably in the Dakar Rally.KTM Bikes are getting popular in Off-Road events. The term off-road refers to a driving surface that is not conventionally paved. This is a rough surface, often created naturally, such as sand, gravel, a river, mud or snow. This type of terrain can sometimes only be travelled on with vehicles designed for off-road driving (such as SUVs, ATVs, snowmobiles or mountain bikes) or vehicles that have off-road equipment. KTM manufactures vehicles for these environments and they are picking up in India.

KTM offers a range of different engines for its larger motorcycles, all liquid-cooled. KTM's official company/team colors are Orange, Black and Silver. To create a strong brand identity, all competition-ready KTMs come from the factory with bright orange plastic with 'KTM' emblazoned on the side of the radiator shrouds. All KTM bikes also come from the factory with a Motorex sticker on the outside of the motor. All first fills of oil come from Motorex as well. Some official KTM teams use different colors for their bikes, most noticeably in the Dakar Rally.

Recently I got exposed to KTM Bikes and seen performance of various KTM Duke Machines. Power of these machines and passion of their owners make a deadly combo to shoot. This Photo Journey shares KTM Duke Bikes in different Terrains of India and hope to add much more stuff during next one yearalThe very first photograph of this post is shot during 3rd Mughal Rally which happened in July 2012. This photograph is exactly shot near Sinthan Pass on second day of this Motorsports rally organized by Himalayan Motorsports.The Photograph just above is shot on Himalayan Expressway which has started operating this year only and a big relief for traveller going from Chandigarh to Shimla or other parts of Himachal. Aneesh Ariborne Awasthi is riding KTM Duke 200 in this photograph.This photograph is again shot in Jammu & Kashmir with Sinthan Pass in the backgroud. These Bikers had to start from Chingam till Sinthan as a Competitive Stretch and thereon, everyone had to ride till Srinagar. This is again a KTM shot from 3rd Mughal Rally which happened in various terrains around Srinagar.KTM is most commonly known for its off road motorcycles though in recent years it has expanded into street motorcycle production.KTM flying through glaciers in India...Here is a photographs from anantnag district of Jammu & Kashmir State of India with snow capped hill in the background...KTM Sportmotorcycle AG is an Austrian motorcycle, bicycle and moped manufacturer. It started out as a metal working shop and was named Kraftfahrzeuge Trunkenpolz Mattighofen. Approximately 60 yeras back KTM began producing motorcyclesKTM and Bajaj have partnered in India. In above photograph you see KTM Duke 200 which was launched in January Mont of 2012. Bajaj-KTM has priced 200 Duke at around Rs. 120000 (Ex-showroom New Delhi). This bike is sold at the 34 Bajaj Pro-biking showrooms which were converted into exclusive KTM showroom recently, although bike is huge demand. Bikers are getting this one after 2 months of booking.A photograph of KTM Duke Bike around Peer-ki-Gali in Jamu & Kashmir. Again a photograph from 3rd Mughal Rally, which held in July month of 2012 and organized by Himalayan Motorsports. This one was shot on first day of Mughal Rally. KTM is Europe’s second largest motorcycle manufacturer and dominates the off-road segment across the world.KTM Duke 200 standing in the middle of Golf Course @ Chandigarh, Punjab, India.KTM Duke 200 looks sporty, feels sporty and don’t go by the 200cc engine, because this monster generate 25 Bhp of maximum power and around 19.2 Nm of maximum torque, which is much higher than the normal 200cc commuter bikes available in India, which deliver 15 to 18 Bhp of maximum power.KTM debuts in India with its premium streetbike brand: the Duke. The first offering from the KTM in India, the 200 Duke is being retailed through 34 dedicated KTM stores in India along with KTM’s famous range of Accessories and Merchandise called KTM PowerWear and KTM PowerParts.KTM began in motorsports with Motocross Racing. In the last few years KTM has gained more success in motorsports by dominating rally-raid events such as the Paris-Dakar Rally and the Atlas-Rally. In 2003, KTM started sponsoring and supporting Road racing in various capacities, with the most successful results stemming from their Supermotard or Supermoto efforts. KTM offers a range of different engines for its larger motorcycles, all liquid-cooled. KTM's official company/team colors are Orange, Black and Silver. To create a strong brand identity, all competition-ready KTMs come from the factory with bright orange plastic with 'KTM' emblazoned on the side of the radiator shrouds. All KTM bikes also come from the factory with a Motorex sticker on the outside of the motor. All first fills of oil come from Motorex as well. Some official KTM teams use different colors for their bikes, most noticeably in the Dakar Rally.KTM Bikes are getting popular in Off-Road events. The term off-road refers to a driving surface that is not conventionally paved. This is a rough surface, often created naturally, such as sand, gravel, a river, mud or snow. This type of terrain can sometimes only be travelled on with vehicles designed for off-road driving (such as SUVs, ATVs, snowmobiles or mountain bikes) or vehicles that have off-road equipment. KTM manufactures vehicles for these environments and they are picking up in India.

KTM Bikes are getting popular in Off-Road events. The term off-road refers to a driving surface that is not conventionally paved. This is a rough surface, often created naturally, such as sand, gravel, a river, mud or snow. This type of terrain can sometimes only be travelled on with vehicles designed for off-road driving (such as SUVs, ATVs, snowmobiles or mountain bikes) or vehicles that have off-road equipment. KTM manufactures vehicles for these environments and they are picking up in India. 

Recently I got exposed to KTM Bikes and seen performance of various KTM Duke Machines. Power of these machines and passion of their owners make a deadly combo to shoot. This Photo Journey shares KTM Duke Bikes in different Terrains of India and hope to add much more stuff during next one yearalThe very first photograph of this post is shot during 3rd Mughal Rally which happened in July 2012. This photograph is exactly shot near Sinthan Pass on second day of this Motorsports rally organized by Himalayan Motorsports.The Photograph just above is shot on Himalayan Expressway which has started operating this year only and a big relief for traveller going from Chandigarh to Shimla or other parts of Himachal. Aneesh Ariborne Awasthi is riding KTM Duke 200 in this photograph.This photograph is again shot in Jammu & Kashmir with Sinthan Pass in the backgroud. These Bikers had to start from Chingam till Sinthan as a Competitive Stretch and thereon, everyone had to ride till Srinagar. This is again a KTM shot from 3rd Mughal Rally which happened in various terrains around Srinagar.KTM is most commonly known for its off road motorcycles though in recent years it has expanded into street motorcycle production.KTM flying through glaciers in India...Here is a photographs from anantnag district of Jammu & Kashmir State of India with snow capped hill in the background...KTM Sportmotorcycle AG is an Austrian motorcycle, bicycle and moped manufacturer. It started out as a metal working shop and was named Kraftfahrzeuge Trunkenpolz Mattighofen. Approximately 60 yeras back KTM began producing motorcyclesKTM and Bajaj have partnered in India. In above photograph you see KTM Duke 200 which was launched in January Mont of 2012. Bajaj-KTM has priced 200 Duke at around Rs. 120000 (Ex-showroom New Delhi). This bike is sold at the 34 Bajaj Pro-biking showrooms which were converted into exclusive KTM showroom recently, although bike is huge demand. Bikers are getting this one after 2 months of booking.A photograph of KTM Duke Bike around Peer-ki-Gali in Jamu & Kashmir. Again a photograph from 3rd Mughal Rally, which held in July month of 2012 and organized by Himalayan Motorsports. This one was shot on first day of Mughal Rally. KTM is Europe’s second largest motorcycle manufacturer and dominates the off-road segment across the world.KTM Duke 200 standing in the middle of Golf Course @ Chandigarh, Punjab, India.KTM Duke 200 looks sporty, feels sporty and don’t go by the 200cc engine, because this monster generate 25 Bhp of maximum power and around 19.2 Nm of maximum torque, which is much higher than the normal 200cc commuter bikes available in India, which deliver 15 to 18 Bhp of maximum power.KTM debuts in India with its premium streetbike brand: the Duke. The first offering from the KTM in India, the 200 Duke is being retailed through 34 dedicated KTM stores in India along with KTM’s famous range of Accessories and Merchandise called KTM PowerWear and KTM PowerParts.KTM began in motorsports with Motocross Racing. In the last few years KTM has gained more success in motorsports by dominating rally-raid events such as the Paris-Dakar Rally and the Atlas-Rally. In 2003, KTM started sponsoring and supporting Road racing in various capacities, with the most successful results stemming from their Supermotard or Supermoto efforts. KTM offers a range of different engines for its larger motorcycles, all liquid-cooled. KTM's official company/team colors are Orange, Black and Silver. To create a strong brand identity, all competition-ready KTMs come from the factory with bright orange plastic with 'KTM' emblazoned on the side of the radiator shrouds. All KTM bikes also come from the factory with a Motorex sticker on the outside of the motor. All first fills of oil come from Motorex as well. Some official KTM teams use different colors for their bikes, most noticeably in the Dakar Rally.KTM Bikes are getting popular in Off-Road events. The term off-road refers to a driving surface that is not conventionally paved. This is a rough surface, often created naturally, such as sand, gravel, a river, mud or snow. This type of terrain can sometimes only be travelled on with vehicles designed for off-road driving (such as SUVs, ATVs, snowmobiles or mountain bikes) or vehicles that have off-road equipment. KTM manufactures vehicles for these environments and they are picking up in India.

1 comment:

ashzzes said...

hmm...these pics left me miffed!

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