KTM announces Pro Experience program

    The KTM Pro Experience is an owner engagement program that will be conducted under the guidance of expert trainers.

    Published On Oct 21, 2020 07:00:00 AM

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    KTM announces Pro Experience program

    KTM India has announced the launch of its new customer engagement program, called 'Pro Experiences'. It is open to all KTM 390 Adventure, Duke and RC series motorcycle owners.

    • KTM has appointed Master Trainers to lead the way

    • Track sessions at the MMRT and BIC to cost Rs 3,000 and 4,500, respectively 

    • New customers to get a free Pro experience ticket

    KTM Pro Experience details

    The KTM Pro Experience is divided into three categories- KTM Adventure Tour, KTM Pro-Rides and KTM Track Day. People who wish to participate in any of these three categories need to pay a fee. The Program includes sessions where KTM's 'Master Trainers' will help participants get the best out of their experience at the event.

    The list of trainers in the Adventure category include, Nilesh Dhumal, Head Trainer at Big Rock Dirt Park, Ouseph Chacko, Founder & Instructor at The School of Dirt, Philippe Geelhand, Founder & Instructor at PP Adventure Rides and Varad More, Trainer at 21 Enduro Park. The tarmac and track events will see Emmanuel Jebaraj, Founder of Gusto Racing and a 7-time National Racing Champion as the Master Trainer.

    KTM Adventure Tour

    The KTM Adventure Tour will comprise of long distance rides, spread over the course of seven to ten days. Some of the destinations on the list include Spiti, Kinnaur Valley, Goa, Dhanushkodi, Sikkim and many more. The price of the seven-day tour is Rs 18,000, while the ten-day tour will cost Rs 27,000. The price includes service and medical support.

    KTM Rides

    Under the KTM Rides programme, owners get a chance to ride and interact with each other over the course of a four-day ride. The ride will begin from major cities in India and head to popular weekend getaways. The list includes Goa, Ranthambore, Gir, Darjeeling, Konark, Kolli Hills and Kanyakumari. Entry for each KTM Ride event is priced at Rs 8,500. 

    KTM Track Day

    As the name suggests, the KTM track day has been conceptualized with the intent of imparting basic knowledge about riding on a racetrack and improving skills. The day-long sessions will see instructors teach body position, vision, throttle-control, cornering, etc. The sessions will be held in the classroom and on a professional race track. 

    Sessions at the Madras Motorsport Race Track (MMRT) have been priced at Rs 3,000 while the ones at the Buddh International Circuit, will set you back by Rs 4,500.

    The icing on top for the track sessions will be the certification that one will receive at the end, enabling them to participate in FMSCI certified national races.

    Registration for the KTM Pro Experience

    Those interested in enrolling for the KTM Pro Experience can register by visiting any KTM dealership, where all details will be available. 

    KTM India has also announced that the first 1,000 customers to purchase a new motorcycle between October 17 and November 30, 2020, will earn a free KTM Pro Experience session. 

    In addition, new customers can avail 3-year extended warranty and 1-year road side assistance package, free of cost.  This is applicable to all purchases made until November 2020.

     

    Also see:

    KTM, Husqvarna to expand India line-up

    KTM Bikes

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