KTM has announced the completion of its 11-day, 12-night KTM Pro-XP Adventure Tour in Spiti. The tour was guided by KTM experts, where a group of 26 KTM Adventure riders battled through some of the most demanding altitudes as the tour took place at over 14,900 feet. As the company described it, riders came back as pros with stories to tell.
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KTM Pro-XP riders had to undergo off-road training at the world’s highest adventure academy in Lari, at an altitude of around 11,000 feet. Which has trained riders to easily overcome any difficult road. Dhar Lung Wooh is a place rarely visited with its steep off-roads and an elevation of 14,900 feet, especially by a large group of cyclists. But this group of 26 KTM riders rose to the challenge. The riders also visited the Kunzum La by the pass where the KTM 390 Adventure won the 2021 ‘Kunzum Kaiser’ title at the Kunzum La pass by beating a rally racing car (Video of the challenge here).
The cliff-hanging routes to Spiti at elevations of over 10,000 feet boosted rider confidence and Pro-XP riders learned new off-road skills. The runners also visited many other sites, from the highest post office in the world at Hikkim to the highest bridge in Asia at Chesham, which included Baspa Valley, Kinnaur Iron Bridge, Kinner Kailash, Lake Nako , Tabo Stargazing Site, Tabo Monastery, Dhankar Monastery, Key Monastery.
Sumeet Narang, President of Probiking, said: “The KTM Pro-XP platform is designed to help owners discover their bike potential and experience the true capabilities of their KTM machines. We are delighted to have successfully completed the Spiti Adventure tour. With its deep valleys, high mountain ranges and challenging terrain, Spiti is the perfect destination for KTM Adventure riders to hone their skills and test their limits. I’m proud of the 26 KTM riders who competed in Dhar Lung Wooh, which I’m sure will be one of those Pro-XP moments they’ll never forget.