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KTM FACTORY EDITION 450 SX-F

KTM’s 2019 450 SX-F Factory Edition has been revealed, with the latest model featuring a host of upgrades over the standard model. Produced in limited quantities, the 2019 Factory Edition features an orange frame, factory Selle Dalla Valle seat and exclusive 2019 Red Bull KTM Factory Racing graphics to give the bike that factory look. In terms of performance, the bike receives a combination of updates throughout. The powerplant features a new CP box-in-box postion and PANKL connecting rod, which is paired up with an Akrapovic slip-on silencer. Orange anodised factory triple clamps are also fitted along with factory wheels with D.I.D. Dirt Star rims, a composite skid plate, factory start for the fork, semi-floating front disc, a front brake disc guard and an orange rear sprocket.

2019 SHERCO TRIALS RANGE

Sherco Australia revealed its latest Trials range for 2019 with a selection of two-stroke models available to the public. Kicking off the range are the 2019 Sherco 250 and 300 ST-R models, which feature a host of updates including a new Sherco Racing graphics kit, tech steel forks, R16V rear shock and a removable upper mounting bracket for the muffler. In the engine department, both

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