KTm’s 2011 Tourers

October 1, 2011

KTM’s 2011 Mid-sized Trail Bike Range

October 1, 2011

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Motocross Graphics

October 1, 2011

   When you are the owner of a KTM dirt bike, moto cross or trail bike, in order to look differently from all the others, the right starting point out is buying your own personal selection of graphics. Should you be thinking about buying a motorbike decal, consider searching on line for ideas and samples of the graphics available. There are many businesses that will take custom orders although not all. You will find a lot of the layouts that you are looking for including wings, skulls, animals of all kinds and a heap of different fonts for the lettering.

When you are deciding on a motorbike graphic, you should first measure the area where you want to place the graphic on your bike. This will help in making sure that the graphic will actually fit on your bike. Next, you need to read any installation instructions before you buy the graphic, just to make certain you are installing the graphic in the correct way.

You should try to find graphics that are thick enough to resist wear. Graphics that are at least 20mm thick will give the best results. Some bikers even buy clear sheets to place over their graphic kits to get them to last longer. Depending on how much you ride and, how and where you ride your graphics will eventually start to wear. Choosing quality dirt bike graphic kits will help you get the most life from yours.

 From the time you obtain your KTM Graphics, you have to determine if you’re planning to put the graphics on your motorbike yourself, or seek the assistance of a expert to fit them on for you. If you have poorly attached graphics on your bike from then on your motorbike will look crappy. Luckily there are lots of of videos online that can give you tips about how to apply your graphics. When you follow them and you use a hair dryer when fitting or removing an old graphic on your motorbike ,then you’re doing the right thing. Graphics are usually very durable, but one important point is, to make sure you prepare the surface correctly.

Putting graphics on your bike will be worth the hard work of putting them on, since the smaller scratches on your motorbike are going to be covered by the graphics. But you should change badly damaged plastics prior to apply graphics. Its also wise to have a look at all your plastic cover for cuts or damage.

 In a sport with many participants, image enables you to build fan recognition,which will help in attract sponsors looking to make investments in not only the top riders but also the most recognizable riders.

 The motorcycle graphics are printed on high tack adhesive vinyl with a clear laminate for added protection. They look great and can with stand the sun, wind, and rain for many years, but crashes are something else. There are many dirt bike graphic kits to choose from these days.

 If the bike has stock stickers, you have to remove them completely before applying the new ones, even if the new ones completely cover the old ones. Soap and water can be used, but you may need to use alcoholic spirits to get the stickers off completely. After removal of the old sticker get some hot water and soap and rub your dirt bike plastics like I’ve never been cleaned before, then rinse and dry thoroughly. They have to be perfectly clean.

 Your friends will come in handy when the time comes to apply your new graphics, especially when fitting the larger decals. Work the sticker a little at a time, one of you peeling the backing and the other folding it under the graphic until you are sure everything lines up perfectly.

Carefully work any air bubbles out from under the sticker with a clean rag. Gently heating the part of the graphic you are fitting to the bike with a hair dryer can help soften it and make it easier to work with. If you end up with an air bubble too large to work out, you can pop it with a sharp pin and then proceed to smooth it out.

You may search on the internet for set of distinctive graphics to promote your personality. You possibly can have a set of matching graphics to go on your bike, car, trailer and helmet. Which will standardized your look right throughout your whole set of equipment. You can alternatively buy removable graphics, can be put on and take off whenever you like.They will come in very handy when you want to sell your motorbike.

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KTM’s 2011 250cc Range

March 16, 2011

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2011 KTM,s 50cc Range

March 1, 2011

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February 27, 2011


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February 16, 2011
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KTM’s new 2011 range

February 13, 2011
KTM Graphics Compiled this news item and video to show you what is available in 2011
http://video.mpora.com/ep/vdTmGamWF/<br />More <a href="http://video.mpora.com/motocross/">Motocross Videos</a>
KTM,s new 2011 range.

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KTM’s New range of bikes

February 13, 2011
http://video.mpora.com/ep/vdTmGamWF/<br />More <a href="http://video.mpora.com/motocross/">Motocross Videos</a>
KTM's new bikes & team for 2011
Compiled by KTM Graphics to show you a test ride done on one of the new range.

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