Launch of the KTM Pro-XP smartphone application

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KTM India has launched a new Pro-XP smartphone app for its customers. The app gives runners access to a host of features and experiences which you can read about below.

KTM India has launched its new Pro-XP smartphone app to enhance the ownership experience for its customers. The new app allows runners to record and track the ride and offers information such as distance and saddle time.

The app also allows runners to connect with each other and interact. Cyclists can also share their experience on the app and follow other users. Additionally, the app will also allow riders to reserve their entry to KTM’s Pro-XP events that provide an off-road, hiking and backpacking experience.

Screenshots of the KTM Pro XP app

The KTM Pro-XP application was developed in partnership with KOGO. KOGO is also the official rider login platform for India Bike Week (IBW) 2021. Additionally, KOGO announced the Wild Ride Challenge which will reward the top ten riders who take the longest routes up to IBW 2021. The winner takes home a cash prize of Rs. 15,000, the finalist receives Rs. 12,000 while the runner classified third will receive Rs. 8,000.

Coming back to the KTM Pro-XP app, interested KTM owners can download the app for free from the Apple Play Store or App Store. The app houses two sections – KTM Prp-XP and KTM Service.

Speaking on this occasion, Sumeet Narang, President (Probiking) of Bajaj Auto Ltd. said: “The new KTM PRO-XP app is designed for new age riders who want to amplify their cycling experiences by recording, sharing and engaging with other KTM owners. It is a unique platform where bikers can announce their outings, meet up and record special moments to share. It is the one-stop destination for bikers to engage with each other, document their journeys, create groups or register for specially organized KTM-led professional experiences.

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