A delivery of 36 new KTM junior motocross motorcycles has been stolen from a lorry in Kent on the evening of Friday December 9.
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Thieves took 35 KTM 50 SXs and one 65 SX. The bikes were still in their individual transportation boxes, still requiring a small amount of assembly from the dealerships they were intended for. The 50 and 65 SX Sport Minicycles are incredibly popular motorcross machines for junior riders taking their first steps into off-road riding.
Each machine has a unique VIN (vehicle identification number) and engine number that can be used to trace its identity. Police and KTM dealers have these details and, together with KTM UK, will be working with motocross clubs and tracks across the country to make sure these stolen machines are returned. Anybody with potential information regarding these bikes can contact KTM UK on 01280 709500.