Bikes 5 May 2021

Detailed: 2022 KTM SX-F and SX range

Updated appearance in line with factory models headlines latest line-up.

KTM has unveiled the 2022 SX-F and SX range of motocross models, developed to be closer than ever to the Austrian brand’s factory race bikes.

Engineered on the race-track and perfectly meeting KTM’s superior standards for performance in the updated 2022 livery, the new models are the absolute reference for motocross and supercross competition worldwide.

The KTM SX-F model range is the choice of winners. The 2022 four-strokes include three models that take advantage of KTM’s considerable gains in the segment, featuring the latest WP XACT suspension technology and Traction Control, Launch Control, variable engine mapping and reliable starters.

The purest definition of advanced motorcycle technology, the 2022 KTM 450 SX-F is an extremely compact package that produces 63hp in the most effective way possible, while the KTM 250 SX-F features immense speed in a class that pushes the boundaries of performance and the KTM 350 SX-F ideally mixes 250 agility with even more engine grunt.

Building upon a legacy of class-leading performance for aspiring and experienced racers alike, the new two-stroke line includes three distinct models – the KTM 125 SX, the KTM 150 SX that can battle with the potent 250Fs and the KTM 250 SX, which is a powerhouse with the same light feeling.

All full-size 2022 KTM SX models introduce a frame finishing coated in racing orange to further reinforce the proximity to the championship-winning machines of Red Bull KTM Factory Racing. It aligns perfectly with the new blue seat cover and the fresh colours in the graphics to visually emphasize the close link to KTM’s factory machinery.

Complementing KTM’s 2022 SX range is a series of Sportminicycles that share the exact same race-driven development approach as KTM’s full-size motocross bikes. Junior riders that climb on any of the KTM 50 SX, KTM 65 SX and KTM 85 SX models experience class-leading performance, state-of-the-art WP suspension, high-end brakes and minimal weight.

For tech-savvy riders, the wheels can start rolling with the 2022 KTM SX-E 5, the latest incarnation of a high-end electric mini-crosser that can grow together with the young rider on it.

Trying out the 2022 KTM 450 SX-F and KTM 125 SX production models, Red Bull KTM Factory Racing world champions Jeffrey Herlings and Tom Vialle logged impressively competitive lap-times. They both share their unbiased feedback in this video intro.

The 2022 KTM SX models will be available at authorised KTM dealers in Australia and New Zealand from July 2021 onwards. Visit for further information on the line-up.