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KTM 50 SX

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The 2008 KTM 50 SX Mini has passed Motorcycling Australia‰ЫЄs stringent rules associated with entrance into sanctioned division one events. Division one events allow entry level riders to develop their skills in a non competitive environment. Built to the same quality of full sized off-road KTM motorcycles, the KTM 50 SX Mini boasts only the best power, performance, and appearance, as well as the best output available in its class to guarantee riders‰ЫЄ have the most fun out on the track. The 2008 KTM 50 SX Mini comes with seat height adjustment from 650mm upwards, disc brakes at the front and rear, a chain guard as well as long suspension travel. The KTM philosophy behind getting the bike legalised for racing is to encourage loyalty within the brand, allowing kids to develop their skills to eventually ride the KTM 65SX, 85SX, and 125SX as they grow in the sport. ‰ЫПOnce a reliable motorcycle has been tried and tested you don‰ЫЄt want to look elsewhere,‰Ыќ said KTM General Manager, Jeff Leisk. ‰ЫПAt KTM we pride ourselves on quality and parents can feel confident knowing that an investment in their child‰ЫЄs sport is a safe and reliable choice.‰Ыќ The 2008 KTM 50 SX Mini is backed by a three month warranty, with customers having access to KTM‰ЫЄs fully trained dealer network if mechanical services and spare parts are required.‰Ыќ The KTM 50 SX Mini retails at $2795 plus dealer delivery. To locate a KTM dealership stocking this model log onto www.ktm.com.au or call 1800 644 771.

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