Everyone loves ripping around a two-stroke, especially those who own a KTM 150 SX. The KTM 150 SX is pretty much a factory 125cc, as it provides a little extra power to make it over the bigger jumps, all while giving off that classic 125cc feel. We headed out to Glen Helen to hear from KTM’s David O’Connor about the new 150 two-stroke. In 2018, the KTM 150 SX experienced some minor changes such as an orange frame, revised suspension settings, and all-new jetting. There is not much more you could ask for on the bike, as KTM’s all come equipped with Brembo Breaks (front and rear), a hydraulic clutch, ODI lock-on grips, and a great wheel package.
2018 KTM 150 SX | TECHNICAL BRIEFING | Transworld Motocross