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KTM offers tour to Moto GP in Malaysia

Lucky winners get to mingle with the riders at the paddock

23 September 2019 04:17 pm - 0     - {{hitsCtrl.values.hits}}


The Motor GP is the premier class of motorcycle road racing events held on road circuits sanctioned by the Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme (FIM).

KTM Sri Lanka is offering two lucky winners an all paid trip to watch this up close with paddock passes which will allow them to mingle with the riders and see the epicenter of the action. Customers who purchase a KTM before 30 September 2019 qualify for a draw to win this once in a life time experience.
The two lucky winners would enjoy a fully paid tour of three nights to Malaysia to witness the Moto GP on 03 November 2019 at Sepang International Circuit in Malaysia. 

Ten other lucky winners will also be rewarded with branded helmets while another ten will be rewarded with branded riding jackets.  
Europe’s No 01 racing bikes, the KTM, was introduced to Sri Lanka by the DPMC last year. Six KTM models including Duke 125, Duke 200, RC 200, Duke 250, Duke 390 and RC 390 are now available in Sri Lanka.

Currently, two KTM showrooms operate in Battaramulla and Jaffna while KTM dealer showrooms are situated in Kattankudy, Akkaraipattu and Matara. An exclusive KTM servicing and repair workshops also operates at DPMC Madapatha, Akkaraipattu and Jaffna to provide after sales service and technical expertise for the convenience of customers as well as 50 service dealers around the country.

KTM bikes are renowned for a rich racing experience giving them exquisite cutting-edge. KTM is Europe’s largest motorcycle manufacturer and dominates the off-road segment across the world. KTM has won every edition of the Dakar Rally since 2009, adding 270 plus world championship titles to their credit. 

More details on KTM - Moto GP offer can be obtained by calling 0772981043 or 0114700600

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