KTM Duke 390 first owners delivered keys in Delhi at Orange Day
KTM, European Racing Legend held their third version of Orange Day in Delhi. Held at the parking area, near ATC Tower, at Indira Gandhi International Airport, the event also saw KTM 1190RC8-R, 350 SX-f and recently launched 390 Duke on display. Keys to the first owners of 390 in Delhi were handed over at the event in front of a large crowd.
KTM Delhi Orange Day commenced at 6 am and saw a long line of riders registering themselves for the race to be held later in the day. A special classroom session was conducted by a team of racing professionals, displaying an in-depth account on the basics of racing and ways to derive the most out of a KTM 200 Duke. This was followed by a live demonstration on the tracks prior to the final race.
Orange Day events saw Orange Day celebrations continued with the final race, awards being presented to finalists while the event ended with a stunt show on KTM 200 Duke. Besides enhancing KTM owner experience, Orange Day also draws to the fore racing tactics displayed on the KTM 200 Duke. The event allowed owners to interact with other KTM 200 Duke owners on the race track, KTM bikes are light and designed with racing philosophy in mind. Made of high tensile aluminum components, the bikes are seen as one of the best where power and weight ratio in its class is concerned.
Speaking at the occasion, Mr. Ishwinder Singh Khurana, DGM- Probiking, Bajaj Auto Ltd. said “The KTM brand has its roots in racing and we want KTM owners to experience the thrills that a KTM bike can provide on a race track. Orange days are being conducted in every major city and will keep on growing in scale in the next few months. KTM is a an exclusive premium brand and we are keen to ensure we provide KTM customers an experience that is uniquely KTM”
Till now KTM has organized “Orange Day” at Pune, Mumbai, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Ahmedabad, Noida, Chennai, Vadodara, Jaipur, Kochi and now in Delhi .More KTM “Orange Days” would be organized in other Metro towns of India.