2021 KTM EXC ENDURO MODELS REVEALED!
KTM has revealed the 2021 EXC Enduro line-up will have minor updates to their two and four-stroke off-road line-up plus updated SIX DAYS models and a return of the special edition ERZBERGRODEO 300 EXC TPI.
For the first time in nearly 20 years, Enduro21 is not sending this “first look” at KTM’s new EXC Enduro range direct from an international press introduction somewhere in the world. Covid-19 has caused the unveiling of this year’s 2021 KTM Enduro range to be a remote one, which means we’ll also have to wait a few weeks longer to swing a leg and test ride the new bikes.
That does not mean we aren’t digging through the details with any less enthusiasm though. The 2021 KTM EXC range remains seven-strong in stock form with the newest model, the 150 EXC TPI standing alongside the 250 and 300 EXC TPI two-strokes, as well as the 250 EXC-F, 350 EXC-F, 450 EXC-F and KTM 500 EXC-F four strokes – all of which are homologated to Euro 4. Add to that the XC-W models in certain countries (including North America).
The 2021 range also extends to the SIX DAYS models and by very popular demand the 300 EXC TPI ERZBERGRODEO special edition which proved literally to be like gold dust these last 12 months. These options are available despite both the two major race events (ISDE and Erzberg) not actually taking place in 2020.
2021 EXC model updates in a nutshell:
- WP XPLOR fork preload adjusters as standard
- New cast (not forged) piston in the 150 EXC TPI
- More reliable shift locker (shift drum) in 450 and 500 EXC gearboxes
- New graphics/colours including grey side panels
- ERZBERGRODEO XX6 limited edition model kitted for Extreme Enduro
- SIX DAYS editions in all models (except 150 TPI)