The Track Day conducted by KTM at the Buddh International
Circuit, Greater Noida for the owners of of the RC 390 and the 390 Duke saw a mix
of classroom training and practical sessions on the race track. The riders were
guided by experienced and national level racers and were also provided with
timing equipment to gauge their progress over the day. Around 100 customers
participated in the event with some KTM owners riding down from Dehradun,
Chandigarh and Jaipur as well, said a press release issued by the company.
The RC 390 and the 390 Duke are India’s only mid-size sports
bikes and are favourites amongst racing enthusiasts of the country with its
unique offering of power, weight and premium features. The bikes come with Trellis
Frame and Metzeler tyres which make the bike an efficient track tool.
Amit Nandi (Senior Vice President- Probiking) said “KTM
comes from a rich history of racing and this reflects and every KTM motorcycle
made. Such events are an opportunity for the customers to realise the true
potential of their KTM’s in a regulated environment and under expert guidance.
We will continue to host such unique customer sport events for our customers.”
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