KTM North America Inc. has introduced two new cross-country motorcycles into its 2011 lineup.
The 250 XC-F and 350 XC-F will be available in dealerships in January. The two models are based off the 250 and 350 SX-F models, with SX-F style frames and the SX-F engine. However, the XC-Fs are modified for cross-country racing. They have 2.51 gallon off-road tanks, rather than the 1.98 on the SX-Fs. Each also has a six-speed transmission, an 18-inch rear wheel, open hand guards and a side stand.
The new models were introduced on Dec. 17 at Cahuilla Creek MX Park in front of KTM fans and press. The Factory FMF/KTM GNCC Team of Kailub Russell, Cory Buttrick and Charlie Mullins introduced the bikes. All three will be racing the 350 XC-F in the 2011 GNCC Series.
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