Some KTM Motorcycle Manuals PDF are above the page - Supermoto, 1190, 350, 450, 690 Enduro, 50, 65, 85, 125, 200, 250, 300, 950, 990. Super Duke, Freeride.
In 1934, a small workshop for repairing bicycles and mopeds of foreign brands was founded in Austria, which in 1954 received its modern name KTM and became one of the largest manufacturers of motorcycle equipment in Europe.
Over the next 10 years, KTM produced low-cost mopeds and low-powered motorcycles, accessible to all segments of the Austrian population.
However, the turning point in the history of the Austrian brand was 1965, when the brand's first sports motorcycle was developed.
The first successes were not long in coming, several European and world motocross championships were successively won, and in 1983 mass production of civilian versions of KTM sports motorcycles began.
In 2010, in collaboration with the Indian company Bajaj, 125 cm3 of Duke was created. Production located in India.
In 2011, the updated Duke 690 with a 690 cm3 engine and a more powerful 200 cc engine for the Duke 125 were introduced.
A new Freeride motorcycle concept was shown - something in between an enduro and a trial motorcycle. At the same time, a 350 cm3 gasoline and electric version of the Freeride comes out.
In 2011, the company was pleased with the new KTM 50 SXS motorcycle model with a single-cylinder, two-stroke single engine type and cable drive. The vehicle is characterized by a transverse engine mount and a mixed lubrication system.
In 2013, Pierre AG, the owner of KTM, announces the closure of its second Husaberg brand and acquires the Husqvarna brand.