The world’s top-ranked luxury motorcycle brand, KTM, has confirmed that it will participate in the India Bike Week in 2022.
KTM is eager to engage and excite India’s avid bikers at the show as a key player in the luxury motorcycle market there. The country’s biggest cycling event, now in its eighth year, will be held in Goa on 2nd and 3rd December 2022.
KTM owners across India are entitled to a special orange pass at a special price with the following benefits:
- 2-day entry ticket for 2nd and 3rd India Bike Week. December 2022
- An exclusive opportunity to be a part of the Orange Parade at the fair on 2nd December 2022
- A chance to meet and greet KTM experts and KTM Pro-XPians at the KTM stall
KTM IBW Rides
KTM owners can join the Orange Brigade from major cities like Delhi, Bangalore, Mumbai, and Pune to IBW Goa by registering on the KTM India app. Riders will have access to pit stops, ambulance services, and KTM service assistance. A must-see display of KTM motorcycles that have won international championships and a showcase of riding on specially designed trails in Goa are just two of the unique features of the event. “World of KTM Pro-XP” is a virtual gallery that highlights the passionate riding and learning experiences of Pro-XPians on their KTMs, and is not to be missed.
Speaking on the occasion, Mr. Sumit Narang, President (Probiking) Bajaj Auto Limited said, “Over the last decade, KTM has established a strong presence in the premium motorcycle space with a full range of naked, adventure and super sport motorcycles. Over the past 2 years, we’ve expanded the ownership experience and engagement with KTM Pro-XP, a rider and community engagement program for professional riders on the trail, track, and tarmac. offers a range of experiences. We are delighted to be participating in IBW and look forward to a grand engagement with the Orange Army across the country.
KTM has expanded its footprint to over 320 towns and 450 stores in India since its arrival in 2012. With a solid customer base of over 3.8 lakh bikers, India is now KTM’s largest market worldwide.