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The KTM Racing Team in Australia was recently announced, featuring Kirk Gibbs alongside Nathan Crawford for their 2022 Motocross Program. Alongside the new line-up is a fresh partnership with Renthal, with bras and grips fitted onto the KTM riders’ bikes for 2022. “Renthal is known for its relentless obsession to detail and quality through our commitment to produce the finest handle bars and grips on the market today” said Renthal Product Manager Lisa Thompson” we are pleased to make this technical partnership KTM for Motocross racing here in Australia. We know their will and passion to win by using the best products they can matches perfectly with Renthal.” Kyle Blunden (KTM Group Australia Motorsport Manager): "We are delighted to announce the KTM Racing Team motocross line-up for 2022 and have a duo of exceptionally talented riders with a wealth of experience under their belts. We are excited to welcome Kirk Gibbs back onboard the KTM 450 SX-F, on which he previously achieved so much success. He’s as driven and focused as ever and has gelled really well with the bike in early tests. Kirk brings a vast amount of knowledge which works hand in hand with our direction as a team in 2022. We are re-introducing an in-house 250 program and welcome Nathan Crawford on board the KTM 250 SX-F.

The team relies on the best products at every level of our racing, so the choice of Renthal handlebars and grips was an easy one for us. We are pumped to be working with them in 2022" The riders will be using Fatbar and Twin Wall bars as part of their options for the season ahead, alongside Renthal grips, with the riders choosing bends and grips available to all riders across Australia via Renthal stockists.

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