Premium two-stroke enduro available in limited numbers from October 2022.
KTM has revealed the 2023 300 EXC Erzbergrodeo, crafted around the attributes of hard enduro expert Chris Birch and cross country legend Kailub Russell with race-developed and premium parts.
Performance edge on the 2023 KTM 300 EXC Erzbergrodeo comes through the CNC-machined triple clamps, factory wheels with anodized hubs and Metzler six days extreme tyres, a Supersprox stealth rear sprocket and a map selector switch and the solid rear brake disc.
Going faster or better also means a heightened degree of risk or punishment to the equipment, and this is where the 2023 KTM 300 EXC Erzbergrodeo also raises the bar with a capable handguard set, a radiator protector, chain guard bracket and clutch protector, front and rear brake guards and a rear brake safety wire.
Russell and Birch know that distinction and style cannot be underestimated: look good, feel good. The 2023 KTM 300 EXC Erzbergrodeo is graced with a racing orange frame, a factory Selle Della Valle orange seat and lightweight skid plate and the Erzbergrodeo graphics set that subtly mixes grey with the distinctive KTM hue. The livery also carries some of the markers and checkpoints from the Erzbergrodeo such as the ‘Elevator, ‘Machine’ and ‘Carl’s Diner’.
The 2023 KTM 300 EXC Erzbergrodeo will be available through authorised KTM dealerships in Australia and New Zealand in limited quantities from October 2022. For more information visit www.ktm.com.
2023 KTM 300 EXC Erzbergrodeo highlights:
– Special Erzbergrodeo graphics
– Frame finishing coated in racing orange
– Factory wheels with anodized hubs
– Metzeler six days extreme soft tyre set-up
– Closed, heavy-duty handguards
– Radiator fan & radiator protectors
– CNC-machined triple clamps
– Factory orange seat & lightweight skid plate
– Chain guide bracket protection
– Supersprox stealth rear sprocket
– Clutch slave cylinder protection & orange oil plug
– Front & rear pull straps
– Front brake disc guard
– Solid rear disk & disk guard
– Rear brake safety wire
– Map selector switch