AMAtv: MotoAmerica KTM RC 390 Cup Update

Open to 14- to 22-year-old riders, the five-race MotoAmerica KTM RC 390 Cup spec class is essentially a carbon copy of Germany’s “ADAC Junior Cup powered by KTM.” Priced at $9,999, the racetrack-prepped, single-cylinder machines produce 38 horsepower, have fully adjustable WP suspension, roll on 17-inch wheels with treaded Dunlop tires, and bear a strong visual resemblance to the Austrian manufacturer’s top-of-the-line RC8 R superbike. KTM’s contingency program pays $500 for a win down to $100 for fifth place. So, what does the winner of the series receive? Watch the video to learn all of the exciting details.

Open to 14- to 22-year-old riders, the five-race MotoAmerica KTM RC 390 Cup spec class is essentially a carbon copy of Germany’s “ADAC Junior Cup powered by KTM.” Priced at $9,999, the racetrack-prepped, single-cylinder machines produce 38 horsepower, have fully adjustable WP suspension, roll on 17-inch wheels with treaded Dunlop tires, and bear a strong visual resemblance to the Austrian manufacturer’s top-of-the-line RC8 R superbike. KTM’s contingency program pays $500 for a win down to $100 for fifth place. So, what does the winner of the series receive? Watch the video to learn all of the exciting details.