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Daniel Milner Departs KTM Australia With Sights Set On An International Move

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After winning just about all there is to win in Australia, Multiple Australian Off-Road Champion Daniel Milner will leave KTM and Australia in 2022 as he sets his sights overseas.

“The five years that I’ve been with KTM have been the most memorable of my career,” Milner ssaid. “We’ve won nearly every race entered and have been very successful together, so to be able to win as many titles that we have and also to win the ISDE – one of my biggest dreams since starting off-road – has been a really special part of my career. We achieved a lot with the KTM Group and I’m really thankful for those times as part of the team, with so many great people involved along the way.”

In 2017 when Milner initially joined KTM, it was an instant success. On-board a KTM 450 EXC-F, he went on to dominate the Australian Off-Road Championship in the E2 class and outright, becoming the first person to clean-sweep the series. Also during that first year with KTM, he rode a 500 EXC-F to victory in the Hattah Desert Race on debut.

Milner backed up this success in 2018 after stepping up to the 500 EXC-F full-time, again winning the AORC outright title, along with the E3 championship this time around. He captured the Australian Four Day Enduro (A4DE) outright and took individual honours at the International Six Days Enduro (ISDE) in Chile, in addition to winning the World Trophy with Team Australia.

Further victories followed for the KTM and Milner combination, claiming the 2019 AORC E2 championship after entering both KTM 350 EXC-F and 450 EXC-F machinery at times that season, also storming to victory in the Hattah Desert Race once again riding a 500 EXC-F.

In the shortened 2020 season, Milner won the AORC title outright and another E2 championship equipped with the 450 EXC-F. Bringing the successful relationship to a close in 2021, the 30-year-old once again stood atop the podium at Hattah, as well as claimed both E3 and outright AORC round wins at Golden Beach on a 500 EXC-F prior to the series cancellation.

Kyle Blunden (KTM Group Australia & New Zealand Motorsport Manager) concluded, saying, “Daniel has done a fantastic job during the five years that he’s been with the KTM Racing Team and he has been a pleasure to work with. Achieving unparalleled success, both locally and internationally, during his time with KTM, Daniel has showcased almost our entire EXC-F range at the front of the field, regardless of where he was competing. We thank him for his incredible effort and unrelenting drive towards success and wish him and his family well as they set their sights on the next chapter in his career.”

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