List of KTM motorcycles
Kronreif, Trunkenpolz, Mattighofen (KTM) is an Austrian motorcycle manufacturer, that has been building motorcycles since 1953. They have a strong reputation in motocross and enduro racing. The early roadsters produced by KTM were mostly small-capacity two-strokes, powered by engines from the fellow Austrian firm of Rotax. In 1991 KTM went bankrupt due to losses on its bicycle and radiator manufacturing operations. Motorcycle production was recommenced soon afterwards under new ownership. Recently production has focused on large four-stroke singles, including enduro bikes and the Duke, a 620cc dual sport.
Letter/Naming Convention[edit | edit source]
Example: KTM 350 XCF-W. A 350cc class (350) dirt bike, cross-country, not street legal (XC) four-stroke (F) with a wide range transmission (-W)
|Partial Suffix||General Description||Stroke (1)|
|SX||supercross (SX), motocross, track||2T or 4T|
|XC||cross-country (XC), dirt bike, lacking some or all street legal features||2T or 4T|
|EXC||enduro (E) cross-country (XC), dirt bike, or off-road capable, street legal features|
(1) The 'T' abbreviation for stroke is from the German word 'takt' which means, roughly, beat, or part of an operation,
|XCF-W||XCF+wide range transmission|
|EXC||EXC||No models exist, this is shorthand for "EXC-F"|
|EXC-G||California compliant EXC-F (1)|
(1) EXC-G: California has a "green sticker" and "red sticker" law that, based on emissions, lets the green stickered bikes ride year-round. The red-stickered bikes are limited to certain months.
Motorcycles by name[edit | edit source]
SX (2T motocross)[edit | edit source]
SX-F (4T motocross)[edit | edit source]
XC (2T dirt bike)[edit | edit source]
XCF (4T dirt bike)[edit | edit source]
EXC (2T enduro, none exist)[edit | edit source]
No 2T models exist, "EXC" is common shorthand for "EXC-F"
EXC-F (4T enduro, road, dirt capable)[edit | edit source]
Note: The "-G" suffix is an EXC-F that is California emissions compliant for the green emissions sticker. Please add a re-direct to Please add information about the "-G" version to the EXC-F page unless a EXC-G version does not have an equivalent EXC-F model.
Note: "EXC" is common shorthand for an "EXC-F" because there are currently (2022) no existing bikes that are 2-strokes in the EXC space and there probably will never be because of emissions and consumer demand.
Other[edit | edit source]
- 950 Adventure
- 950 Supermoto
- 990 Super Duke
- 990 Adventure EFI
- Duke II
- 640 Duke
- 640 Adventure
- 660 Rally
- 660 Supermoto