I paid $8k + taxes CND. A new KTM would be close to 12k + taxes.I haven't kept up with bikes that aren't street legal much in the last ten years.
So I never even heard of it..
WOW It looks like a great bike , built of unobtainium in the us
Probably a good thing for my financial situation..
I loved my two strokes.
Yamaha dt 250 / 400
Yamaha. Yz. 480 / 250
I would love to have another one
Ktms are just insanely priced and maintenance levels extremely high!!!
When you have some extra time would you please tell us all about this great little bike
that seems to do such a fantastic job for you.
I'm sure the praise of the performance of this bike belongs to the rider as well as the bike..
Mike from NC
My friend with the KTM 300 XCW is considering getting a T-Ride. We both use to ride WR250R’s up at McNutt. He got the KTM to be his cheater bike for McNutt. He is faster on his bike on the more flowing sections , but when the going get tough the T-Ride just seems to flow over it and the KTM becomes a pig. On our last ride he took a hard hit trying to follow me over a rooted ledge. I was surprised I made it up and over and stopped to see how he did. Well he did not make it and came to an abrupt stop and fell over. It took us a few minutes to un wedge his bike.
On the tight twisty sections he feels he is faster on the Scorpa and has many option for tracks to to follow.
I am looking for different sprockets for the bike as I have only used 1 gear once and second 3 or 4 times, 3rd gear seems to work best on most trails with 4th being used now and again when I want to go faster. There is a bit of a jump going from 3rd to 4th and a huge jump from 4th to 5th.
The T-Ride can be considered the TW of the 2 strokes. It is a fun bike to ride slow. With the DT200, I was always to busy concentrating on the trail trying to get a line that would work. With the T-Ride, I can look around and actually enjoy the surrounding more.