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      KTM Cycles will soon be in the Indian market, with bikes priced in the range of Rs 30,000 to Rs 10,00,000.

      The Austrian company has partnered with Indian brand AlphaVector to sell their bikes in India.

      KTM also sells their motorcycles in India with a partnership with Bajaj. Interestingly the sticker price of their cycles will be more than the price of their motorcycles in the country!

      KTM Ultra Fun model in India
      The KTM Ultra Fun which is on sale in India


      AlphaVector is an Indian company established in 2015. Currently their flagship brand is Frog Cycles and they also make and sell E-bikes under the Meraki brand.

      With the surge in cycling globally and in India during the pandemic. The Austrian brand wanted to tap the potential the Indian market holds. AlphaVector hopes to provide a perfect platform for selling KTM Cycles with their online store Outdoors91 and 700 stores in 350 cities around the country.

      Currently their are two models being shown on the Outdoors91 website, the Ultra series and the Chicago series. The KTM Ultra Fun 29er has an MRP of Rs 53999/-, while the Chicago Disc is priced at Rs 39999/-. The former is a mid-level spec bike, while the latter is an entry level MTB.

      We hope to see a wider range being sold of KTM Cycles in India soon by this Mumbai based company.

      Sachin Chopra, Co-Founder & CEO, AlphaVector India Pvt. Ltd. said, “Cycling in India has seen a paradigm shift and is evolving at a tremendous pace. The premium segment is witnessing traction with people adopting cycling as a lifestyle especially in the metro cities. We are excited to bring KTM bicycles to India to cater to this growing demand and not just deliver unmatched quality and performance but also an exceptional buying and ownership experience.”

      KTM Chicago Disc sold in India
      The KTM Chicago Disc being sold in India

      News Source: LiveMint

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