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We have both KTM 350 EXC-F's and KTM 250 Freerides with a lower stand-over height in the fleet, catering for a wide range of abilities from novice off road rider to experienced, to ensure you get the most out of your ride.

 

All bikes are rigorously maintained and fully prepared for the terrain we ride. Each bike is cleaned, prepped and undergoes a systematic 32 point check prior to each ride, guaranteeing they are all running smoothly and safely for you when you arrive.

All bikes are fitted with essential extras such as sump & hand guards, radiator braces, Kreiga haul loops and Michelin (road legal) tyres which are changed regularly for off road traction and safety.

All our bikes are 3rd party insured under a fleet hire/rental insurance policy.

KTM 350 EXC-F

The stunning KTM 350 EXC-F enduro race bikes are finely tuned machines, with great handling and perfect stability (when you manage to stay on… that is!) which offers the experienced off road rider an exhilarating dirt bike experience.

 

These enduro bikes handle anything we throw at them and still come back for more!

KTM 250 Freeride

We introduced the KTM 250 Freeride into our fleet as a result of requests from riders looking for a lower and less aggressive bike.

 

Powered by an engine tuned for torque rather than top end power, this bike is ideal for the less experienced rider building off road confidence.

 

The bike is also 7cm lower than the KTM 350 which allows for those riders with a height restriction or who just need the assurance boost of “putting a foot down” occasionally to be able to ride with more confidence.

 

The KTM 250 Freeride is not a race bike, which means the power delivery is much smoother and more forgiving than the KTM 350 – therefore it is more of a bike for those less experienced dirt bike riders.

 

However, rest assured the Freeride is still more than capable of dealing with the challenging tracks and climbs that our more experienced KTM enduro riders enjoy. We even nicknamed the first test bike “Billy - the mountain goat!” as it climbed the trickiest of hills in an amazingly controlled manner !