KTM Showcased the Newly Launched & The Much Awaited for Duke 125 ABS
Chakan, January 01, 2019: KTM, the European Racing Legend, conducted breath-taking KTM Stunt show in Chakan. The Stunt-show was organized in order to showcase the mind-blowing stunt rides and tricks from the professional stunt riders. Also, fans got a chance to witness the newly launched and the much awaited Duke 125 ABS.
The Stunt show was held in Hotel Sai Regency, 52/2, Kuruli, Chakan Road, Bhosari, Pune. The professional stunt team demonstrated breath-taking stunts on the KTM Duke bikes.
According to Mr. Amit Nandi, President- Probiking, Bajaj Auto Ltd, “The KTM brand is known for its high-performance racing bikes and we always want our customers to experience the thrills and adventure which KTM bike can provide. Professional stunts are being conducted in every major city and will keep on growing in scale in the near future. KTM is an exclusive premium brand and we are keen to ensure we provide KTM customers an experience that is uniquely KTM”.
The event was open to all and the spectacular stunts took the city by a storm.
Till now, KTM Stunt show has been organized at Kanchipuram, Coimbatore, Chennai, Vijayapur, Lucknow, Indore, Aurangabad, Jammu, Rajkot, Jalandhar, Jodhpur, Ankleshwar, Kalyan, Sangli, Satara, Bhiwandi and many other towns
KTM fans can buy the range of KTM bikes from Siddheshwar Complex, Opposite Pavana Sahkari Bank, Near Chimbali Phata, Kuruli, Chakan, Pune.
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