KTM recently invited members of the media to its Murrieta, California-based headquarters for an inside look at its North American offices including its recently renovated race shop. It’s here where KTM engineers, builds, and tests many of its SX and SX-F line of dirt bikes. Take a look at some of the pictures and keep your eyes peeled for an exclusive interview with reigning Motocross champ Ryan Dungey
Jon-Erik Burleson, KTM’s North America President was recently named 2012 AMA Motorcyclist of the Year.
KTM’s race shop in Murrieta, California also serves as a training center for its North American dealers.
Fun is a key theme at KTM—it’s a key part of its success in the off-road world.
After considerable effort KTM’s off-road racing success is transferring into the AMA Supercross and motocross series.
GNCC racer Charlie Mullins machine gets a tune-up inside KTM’s race shop.
Ryan Dungey’s mechanic, Carlos Rivera stands behind the No. 5 race bike.
Ryan Dungey will compete this year on an updated-for-2013 450 SX-F Factory Edition.
Race engine are assembled in-house at KTM’s North America headquarters in Murrieta, California.