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14
Sep

The 2014 World Enduro Championship came to a thrilling conclusion on Sunday at Brioude in central France with two KTM factory riders fighting it out for the remaining title to be settled, the E3 class.  Australian Matthew Phillips eventually prevailed over team veteran Ivan Cervantes of Spain, winning by just nine points. Both Phillips and Cervantes were still nursing injuries.

The KTM factory team’s Cristobal Guerrero of Spain also put in a huge and heroic effort in E1 to finish the final round after fracturing his finger on Saturday. Guerrero rode with his finger splinted and strapped, managing to pick up five additional points for his eleventh place on Sunday to save overall third.

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14
Sep

The Red Bull KTM Factory Racing Team on Sunday came away with 1-2 in the MX2 World Championship with factory riders Jordi Tixier of France and the injured Dutch rider Jeffrey Herlings finishing just four points apart in the final race of the season.

The MX2 title completes the set for the Austrian brand after Red Bull KTM’s Antonio Cairoli of Italy wrapped up the MXGP title last weekend in Brazil.

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08
Sep

Motocross visits some punishing environments which make for great racing and spectacular imagery, but which are very hard on the bikes, riders and equipment.

Dirt, sand and even downpours can wreak havoc with a bike if it’s not properly prepared for the conditions. Every element of the bike has to be world class, from preparation to parts, and that’s where suppliers like Twin Air step in.

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KTM's Matthew Phillips is E3 World Champion 2014
Sunday, 14 September 2014 01:00
14
Sep

Matt-Phillips-Christophe-Nambotin-KTMThe 2014 World Enduro Championship came to a thrilling conclusion on Sunday at Brioude in central France with two KTM factory riders fighting it out for the remaining title to be settled, the E3 class.  Australian Matthew Phillips eventually prevailed over team veteran Ivan Cervantes of Spain, winning by just nine points. Both Phillips and Cervantes were still nursing injuries.

The KTM factory team’s Cristobal Guerrero of Spain also put in a huge and heroic effort in E1 to finish the final round after fracturing his finger on Saturday. Guerrero rode with his finger splinted and strapped, managing to pick up five additional points for his eleventh place on Sunday to save overall third.

 
Red Bull KTM's Jordi Tixier is 2014 MX2 World Champion
Sunday, 14 September 2014 00:00
14
Sep

Tixier-MXGP-2014The Red Bull KTM Factory Racing Team on Sunday came away with 1-2 in the MX2 World Championship with factory riders Jordi Tixier of France and the injured Dutch rider Jeffrey Herlings finishing just four points apart in the final race of the season.

The MX2 title completes the set for the Austrian brand after Red Bull KTM’s Antonio Cairoli of Italy wrapped up the MXGP title last weekend in Brazil.

 
Honda and Twin Air – a recipe for reliability
Monday, 08 September 2014 00:00
08
Sep

Motocross visits some punishing environments which make for great racing and spectacular imagery, but which are very hard on the bikes, riders and equipment.

Dirt, sand and even downpours can wreak havoc with a bike if it’s not properly prepared for the conditions. Every element of the bike has to be world class, from preparation to parts, and that’s where suppliers like Twin Air step in.

 
Red Bull KTM’S Roczen is 2014 US Pro Motocross Champion
Monday, 25 August 2014 00:00
25
Aug

Roczen-UtahMX2014-01Red Bull KTM Factory rider Ken Roczen was crowned the 450 Pro Motocross Champion at the final round of the US Pro MX Championship Series in Tooele, Utah, a remarkable achievement in his rookie year. Teammate Ryan Dungey was a fighting close second overall in what was a landmark result for the KTM factory team.

The battle between the two KTM teammates Roczen and Dungey proved to be both the highlight of the season and another important step for the Austrian manufacturer. It was the first time that KTM has finished 1-2 overall in this prestigious championship. The US Red Bull KTM Factory Team races under the guiding hand of the legendary Roger DeCoster. Both riders compete in the KTM 450 SX-F machine

 
MXGP & TWIN AIR filter together!
Thursday, 15 May 2014 00:00
15
May

MXGP-TWIN-AIR-PartnershipFUNCHAL (Portugal), 15 May 2014 – Youthstream is pleased to announce that TWIN AIR has entered into a three-year partnership agreement with the MXGP (FIM Motocross World Championship) and the MXoN (Monster Energy FIM Motocross of Nations) that will see TWIN AIR becoming the MXGP Air Filter Supplier.

TWIN AIR's legendary quality heralds back more then 40 years when stock paper air filters were a big problem for the engine especially in the sandy, gritty soil of The Netherlands. Single foam and paper filters gave riders airflow, but didn't cut it for protection and lasted only 30 minutes in the sand dunes of Holland.

 
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