News 12 Aug 2010

General: Moto Tech takes 360° Award at KTM Conference

Fifty seven dealers from around Australia converged at the Four Seasons Sydney last weekend for the 17th Annual KTM Dealer Conference.

The conference is the KTM dealers’ opportunity to come together and learn about the exciting new changes prior to the model launch of the 2011 bike range. But before signing away the 2010 year, the dealers also celebrate their achievements at a lavish awards ceremony.

Geelong’s Moto Tech KTM was awarded the most prestigious award, the 360° Award for its third consecutive year. Only four of these awards were present across Australia’s dealership network in 2010, with KTM Australia’s general manager Mr Jeff Leisk expressing that it was with great pleasure that he could again present it to the Moto Tech team.

The 360° Award is awarded to dealers who surpass KTM expectations in nine genres of excellence include everything from Mini Bike sales through to Orange Power Parts and Power Wear – an even more illustrious achievement this year with a down turn in motor bike sales across all brands.

While the team at Moto Tech KTM is relatively small compared to its competitors, it lacks nothing in determination, to make itself a major player in the KTM dirt bike market, and just as importantly in the sale and distribution of OEM Spare Parts.

In April this year Moto Tech KTM launched version number of its website, having evolved over the last five years into Australia’s leading site for KTM, Husaberg and Kawasaki OEM spare parts.

The site, found at, now currently has over 400 models available with complete price-list and fiche finder attached to each model. The website, plus the staff’s dedication and commitment to making sure customer’s get the best bike to suit their needs contributes to Moto Tech KTM growing success.