2022 KTM FreeRide E-XC
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The KTM FREERIDE E-XC represents the latest generation of electric bikes. It features a brushless 18 kW synchronous motor in a modern FREERIDE chassis with WP XPLOR suspension front and rear, making it outstandingly agile, as well as highly dynamic with great offroad mobility. Featuring an updated brake system for 2021, the KTM FREERIDE E-XC is a true all-rounder for pure fun on every terrain.
Features may include:ENGINE
- Control unit
The state-of-the-art control unit is an advanced set of electronics delivering an important contribution toward the responsive yet highly tractable power delivery of the KTM FREERIDE E-XC. It is water cooled in order to ensure reliable function under any conditions.CHASSIS
The chassis of the KTM FREERIDE E-XC features a very lightweight composite frame design combining top quality chrome-molybdenum steel with bolt-on forged aluminum sections. The frame has an open lower section, with the motor and massive aluminum skid plate functioning as stressed members. This design ensures optimal stiffness and stability for top safety, even in high jumps.ERGONOMICS & COMFORT
The tapered Neken high-strength aluminum handlebar of the KTM FREERIDE E-XC has the same bend and width as the EXC handlebar, providing the rider with enhanced ergonomics and control. The handlebar is equipped with ODI grips, with a convenient lock-on grip on the left, which requires neither adhesives nor wire for a secure fit.BODYWORK & GRAPHICS
The KTM FREERIDE E-XC features a dashboard with a digital speedometer from MAE and numerous features, including ease of use and integrated warning and indicator lights. The speedometer cable is well protected in the braided front brake hose tube, which has an integrated channel. In addition the bike features a location for the ignition lock on the right hand side of the headlight mask next to the speedometer guaranteeing easy access.SOFTWARE & ELECTRONICS
The external charger can be connected to any regular 230V socket fused at 10A or 13A and can be easily connected to the KTM PowerPack by flipping up the seat. Charging time is about 110 minutes for a full charge, or about 75 minutes for an 80 % charge.
- State-of-the-art electric motor with 18 kW of maximum output
- Quick change KTM PowerPack with 3.9 kWh capacity
- Adjustable WP XPLOR 43 front fork with 250 mm of travel
- Adjustable WP XPLOR PDS rear shock with 260 mm of travel
- Giant laced wheels 21/18 with anodized aluminum rims
- New for 2021 FORMULA brakes for improved feeling & performance
Vehicle History Report
- Motorcycle ID201472207
- Stock NumberUKT017741
- SubcategoryOff Road / Dirt Bike
- Heated Seats?No
- Cruise Control?No
- Antilock Brakes?No
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