Fli distribution, the UK distributor, now has stock of £949 hardtail, specced to 'blow the competition out of the water'

KTM celebrates 50th anniversary of cycling with the ‘1964’

KTM has marked its 50th anniversary of cycle manufacture with a cycle to work scheme friendly £949 hardtail, dubbed the 1964.

Now in stock with UK distributor Fli, the limited edition 1964 joins over 200 other bikes now made by the Austrian label. 

Specced to ‘blow the competition out of the water’, the 50th anniversary hardtail is a trendy number, with Deore M615 hubs on Ambrosion Cross 27.5" rims, adorned with Schwalbe Racing Ralph 2.1 folding tyres. Gearing is a mix of XT and Deore, with KTM orange cabling added to match the accents on the frame and custom saddle, as well as the orange hangers and seatclamp.

The frame is a 650b sized KTM Ultra with tapered headtube, carrying a RockShox Reba 100mm travel fork.

Find out more about the bike on KTM’s consumer and B2B websites.

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