KTM North America announces two new models to its 2011 off-road model lineup: the 250 XC-F and the 350 XC-F. Both will be hitting showrooms in January.
KTM introduced the models at Cahuilla Creek MX Park last Friday in front of KTM fans and press. The bikes were introduced to the public by the Factory FMF/KTM GNCC Team of Kailub Russell, Cory Buttrick and Charlie Mullins. All three riders will be racing the 350 XC-F in the 2011 GNCC Series.
Based on the 250 and 350 SX-F models, the new XC-Fs are built with specific components and settings for cross-country racing. They feature the most current generation SX-F style frames, including linkage rear suspension, and the most current generation SX-F engine, including EFI and electric start.
Both models have a six-speed transmission, an 18-inch rear wheel, open hand guards and a side stand. Both will also receive the larger 2.51-gallon off-road tank compared to the 1.98-gallon tank on the SX-F models.
Posted by Arlo Redwine