Wednesday, December 28, 2011

2012 KTM Freeride 350

2012 KTM Freeride 350
The ideal power plant for this concept is KTM’s modern, 350cc DOHC 4-stroke engine, specially re-designed for the Freeride
350 to score in any situation with an easily controlled, torque-oriented power delivery.
Everything for lightness:
revolutionary frame concept The backbone of the Freeride 350 is a completely new composite frame made of top quality chrome-molybdenum steel and forged aluminium components. It combines the sections of the front steel frame with multi-functional aluminium profiles. A large amount of steering lock helps the rider gain confidence quickly, as great an advantage in thick city traffic as in tough
terrain. The suspension components of the Freeride 350 have been specially designed for this bike and are top quality, as befitting a genuine KTM. New, 43mm WP USD front forks ensure excellent response and damping, while their top-drawer, CNC-machined triple clamps guarantee outstanding stability.
In rough terrain, this conserves the rider’s strength and ensures maximum traction. Specially adapted to the 350cc engine, the tough 6-speed gear box is distinguished by easy and precise gear shifting, while its short gearing ensures a great acceleration from low engine speeds. Freeride 350. Enduro has never been this easy.