KTM organized another successful version of the Orange Day for its customers and motorcycle enthusiasts in Delhi. The Orange Day gives the KTM owner a formidable exposure to the powerful performance of their Dukes and also an opportunity to interact with the fellow KTM Duke owners on a race track.
The Orange Day was hosted at Parking Area, Near ATC Tower, Cargo Stand, IGI Airport, T2 Road (Before T3 Departure Terminal), Delhi. The event started at 5:30 PM with the riders registering themselves for a performance session. A classroom session was organized by an expert on how to extract the most out of their KTM Duke. This was followed up by a demonstration on the track and an opportunity for the riders to savor their biking experience. There were separate races organized for the 200 Duke customers as well as the 390 Duke customers. Additionally, there was a special category race to encourage the non-KTM riders enjoy the thrill of racing. All the KTM owners in the city were invited to participate in the Orange Day. Podium finishers were awarded.
With more than 250 world championship titles in the various categories, including the consecutive 13 prestigious Dakar rally titles, racing is an integral part of the KTM brand. Their core racing philosophy is demonstrated in the way the bikes are designed. By using light but high strength alloy components, KTM bikes have one of the best power to weight ratio in its class.
Commenting on the occasion, Amit Nandi (KTM India Head) said, “The ethos of KTM brand is deeply rooted in racing and we want KTM owners to appreciate the ample thrills that a KTM bike can provide on a race track. The Orange days are conducted in every major city and will keep on growing in scale over the next few months. KTM holds the reputation of being an exclusive premium brand and we are keen to provide the KTM patrons with an experience that is uniquely KTM.”