The children of England are left without their KTM of kings due to a theft
The children of England are left without their KTM of kings due to a theft

This news seems to come from the tragedy of a Christmas story, since in the United Kingdom friends of others have been taken from a truck in the town of Kent no less than 36 KTM bikes of 50 cc. Packed in their factory boxes and destined for the dealers who had ordered from KTM, in many cases with the motorcycle already sold to the customer.

There is no doubt that the impact of the theft of these small motorcycles, which are almost always destined for young riders who are beginning to take their first steps in off-road driving, will leave more than one family without his gift of kings, despite the fact that according to Shaun Sisterson Managing Director of KTM UK they are doing everything possible to ensure that this is not the case.

Ktm 50 SX

Although these are children's Cross bikes and not registered, each of them is identified with a VIN (Vehicle Identification Number) and the engine number that can be used to trace your identity. Official KTM dealers and the police have all the data to be able to identify stolen bikes and together with KTM UK they will work with motocross clubs and circuits across the country to make sure these stolen bikes are returned. So I imagine it will be a matter of time before the first appears and to be able to "pull the thread."

Shaun Sisterson, Managing Director of KTM UK:

Anyone with information about the theft of these motorcycles can contact KTM UK at 01,280 709,500. So now you know, be suspicious if they try to sell you a brand new KTM 50 model SX or SXS at a bargain price.

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