KTM Junior National Titles: Entries open

Entries are open for the 2015 KTM Australian Junior Motocross Championships, which will be held at Bunbury’s Shrubland Park, September 26 to October 3.

KTM Australia has poured a mountain of effort and energy into the development of the Championships for the last two years and in Western Australia, competitors can again expect KTM Australia to provide a high level of service to the kids.

The Austrian brand has thrown its weight behind a number of features and measures aimed at adding some serious value to the event for every competitor in the event.

KTM spokesperson Greg Chambers said the level of involvement KTM has shown in the championships is quite unique, “We do it for our customers because we believe they deserve that support at nationals to ensure they give themselves the best chance of a strong finish.

“However, competitors of every brand will be sent the KTM Event Preparation Guide as they enter, which has specific advice from Motocross Team Manager Rob Twyerould on bike setup, and from KTM race team physiologist Tim Cole on physical preparation.”

As thenext generation of Aussie racing stars is showcased, KTM will again have some of its biggest names in attendance, with the attendance of several high-profile KTM professional senior team riders yet to be announced.
Throughout the week KTM will have a supporting presence on the ground, starting with the KTM Technical Service which will be there for the duration of the event as a support centre for KTM owners requiring setup advice and support for any mechanical emergencies.

KTM Motocross Racing Team Technicians Kevin Doyle and Mick Carusi will be in attendance, ready to share their vast knowledge and experience with KTM owners.

The KTM Spare Parts Service will be there with the backing of Bunbury KTM, carrying general consumables like brakes, sprockets and chains, as well as breakables. It’s even possible to order certain major parts if required.

“KTM Australia is proud to be involved with the Australian Junior Motocross Championships,” Chambers said.

“Junior racing is a huge part of our business, since we have models from 50cc and we can support kids all the way through their progression to seniors.

“KTM looks forward to some more great results at the junior nationals, not just from our KTM Factory Junior team but also from a bunch of other top KTM kids performing well.”

KTM has extended its involvement in the junior motocross series until 2018.


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