Own the model based upon Webb and Musquin's team race bikes.
KTM has uncovered the 2021 KTM 450 SX-F Factory Edition, developed utilizing feedback direct from Red Bull KTM Factory Racing and offering enticing performance and aesthetic upgrades, together with myKTM app connectivity straight from the showroom.
This season saw defending 450SX champion Cooper Webb collect four victories and a total of 13 podiums on his way to runner-up in the standings, while in 450MX, Marvin Musquin was fourth in the championship upon return from injury.
Taking full advantage of the experience collected through countless training and racing laps, for 2021 KTM applies key upgrades onto the latest installment of the KTM 450 SX-F Factory Edition. The 2021 bike carries a near-identical visual aspect to the Red Bull KTM Factory Racing entries.
Creating a direct performance link to the works machines of Webb and Musquin, the Factory Edition model comes with an orange frame, factory wheels, factory triple clamps anodised in orange, a composite skid plate, a Hinson clutch cover and an orange rear sprocket. The spec list also boasts elements like the Akrapovic silencer, a factory start holeshot device, semi-floating front brake and disc guard.
A notable addition for 2021 is the Connectivity Unit that now comes as standard and is integrated into the new bar pad. This means the innovative myKTM App can be synced immediately and without the need of any additional parts. Through the use of the myKTM app, riders of all levels can customise engine settings.
An additional benefit of the myKTM app is its ability to provide suspension recommendations based on every rider’s personal characteristics. Through a few easy menu options and swipes of your smartphone, every 2021 KTM 450 SX-F Factory Edition rider can shape their bike to a variety of conditions or terrain.
Produced in limited quantities, the 2021 KTM 450 SX-F Factory Edition will be available at authorized KTM dealers from January 2021 onwards. For more information, contact your local KTM dealer or visit www.ktm.com.