Nationwide 2024 KTM STREET DEMO TOUR

Test ride the naked bikes and adventure range.

The KTM STREET DEMO TOUR is touring the U.S. once again in 2024, offering orange bleeders the ultimate chance to sample the latest models in the KTM STREET range. Commencing March 1-9 during Daytona Bike Week in Florida, U.S. consumers will have the opportunity to take part in the tour to be staged alongside a wide selection of premier motorcycle events across the nation.

Organized by KTM North America, Inc. in association with participating dealers, you’ll be able to get up close and explore the 2024 range, together with knowledgeable KTM experts on location. Following that, it will be your time to take to some of the most enjoyable roads in the country. Each ride will take place on pre-planned routes that will be sure to deliver an exceptional experience at this year’s KTM STREET DEMO TOUR.

With the naked bike range celebrating 30 YEARS OF DUKE in 2024, KTM brings the all-new KTM 1390 SUPER DUKE R EVO, the sniper-like KTM 990 DUKE, as well as the powerful yet rideable KTM 390 DUKE and KTM 250 DUKE. Joining this lineup of all new naked bikes is the the KTM 790 DUKE. Throw a leg over these class-leading machines and discover why the KTM DUKE nameplate has stood the test of time.

In addition, the current adventure range, including the KTM 1290 SUPER ADVENTURE R, KTM 1290 SUPER ADVENTURE S, KTM 890 ADVENTURE R, KTM 790 ADVENTURE, KTM 690 ENDURO R and KTM 390 ADVENTURE, will also be star attractions across as many as 10 events scheduled for 2024. Plus, don’t miss the KTM 500 EXC-F and KTM 350 EXC-F dual-sport models.


  • KTM 990 DUKE
  • KTM 790 DUKE
  • KTM 390 DUKE
  • KTM 250 DUKE
  • KTM 690 ENDURO R
  • KTM 500 EXC-F
  • KTM 350 EXC-F

Please note that the model list is subject to change and may vary by demo location.

Participants at the KTM STREET DEMO TOUR will receive a VIP voucher (valued up to $500 MSRP), redeemable on KTM PowerParts, KTM PowerWear and/or KTM SpareParts at an authorized KTM dealer with the purchase of a new KTM STREET model.

Registrations for each stop of the 2024 KTM STREET DEMO TOUR open at 9 a.m. on the morning of that event, with riding to take place between 10 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. Demos are first come, first served.

The KTM STREET DEMO TOUR is open to riders 21 years and older who hold a valid motorcycle endorsement. Twenty-one- to 24-year-olds can only ride motorcycles 500cc and under. Riders who are 25 years and up may ride any displacement. Experienced riders only (no beginners). No passengers are allowed at any time, and KTM staff can revoke riding privileges at any time for any reason deemed necessary.

All riders must show a government-issued photo ID with motorcycle endorsement and will be required to complete a signed waiver prior to any demo rides. Proper riding apparel is essential, including but not limited to a DOT-approved helmet, eye protection, gloves, long sleeves, pants and sturdy footwear.

For a complete list of 2024 KTM STREET DEMO TOUR locations and to connect with your local participating dealer, visit this link or email [email protected]. Follow KTM USA on all social media platforms for the most up-to-date information on events.

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