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Unveiling the 2024 KTM RC Supersport Range: Racing Heritage Meets Racy New Colorways

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Get ready to rev your engines and turn heads on the streets because KTM is back with a bang for 2024! The Austrian powerhouse has just unveiled its latest lineup of Supersport machines, and they’re more jaw-dropping than ever before.

Say hello to the 2024 KTM RC Supersport range, where cutting-edge design meets blistering performance. This year, KTM is dialing up the style factor with a range of racy new colorways that pay homage to their rich racing heritage.

Drawing inspiration from past prototypes and the iconic Factory Racing color combinations, the 2024 RC range is set to dominate both the street and the track. These bikes aren’t just about looks though; they’re built to deliver uncompromised sports bike aesthetics and nimble handling that will leave you grinning from ear to ear.

2024 ktm rc 390

Leading the pack is the 2024 KTM RC 390, now available in two electrifying color schemes: orange-on-blue and orange-on-black. With signature orange frames and eye-catching accents, these bikes are sure to command attention wherever they go. Plus, the orange-on-black option even comes with striking orange rims for that extra dose of style.

But the excitement doesn’t stop there. The market-specific KTM RC 200 is also getting in on the action with two new colorways that are bound to turn heads. Whether you prefer the bold blue/orange combination or the sleek black and white design inspired by the KTM RC 8C liveries, there’s something for everyone in this lineup.

And let’s not forget about the entry-level 2024 KTM RC 125, which is sporting two fresh color palettes for the new year. Whether you opt for the black-and-orange or the blue-and-orange option, you’ll be hitting the streets in style with gloss black wheels, frames, and dark-tinted screens to complete the look.

2024 ktm rc 200

With its undeniable pedigree and striking READY TO RACE colors, the 2024 KTM RC range is ready to take on the competition and leave them in the dust.

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Marcelo Souza

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