Cyril Despres and Cedric Gracia enjoy the motorcycle KTM Freeride 350, showing its qualities for the enduro.
The two famous motorcyclists Cyril Despres and Cedric Gracia promote the motorcycle KTM Freeride 350, an entry-level, user-friendly and street-legal enduro. If you follow the Dakar rally you know who Cyril Despres is. For those who are inexperienced, Cyril Despres is a French motorcyclist and rally driver.
He was born in 1974 in Fontainebleau, France. Currently, however, he lives in Andorra, in fact he speaks perfectly Catalan. He is famous for winning numerous editions of the Dakar Rally aboard a KTM.
Despres and Gracia show the KTM Freeride 350
Even when, at a later date, he decided to change partners, he achieved remarkable results. Aboard a Japanese company Yamaha motocycle, he won the Rally dos Sertoes. In that occasion, he preceded the historical rival and ex-teammate in KTM Marc Coma.
Cedric Garcia is a mountain bike rider who has won several MTB championship races and both take to the rocky hills of the Grandvalira in the Andorra mountains with KTM’s Freeride 350. He entered the world of professional mountain biking in 2001.
Gracia founded her own team in 2010, calling her CG Racing Bridage. For a year he was the team’s only small one, until Marcelo Guttierez joined in 2011. Debuted at this year’s EICMA show, the KTM Freeride 350 is an entry-level, user-friendly and street-legal enduro that also comes in a zero emissions version.
It is set to hit the European market in 2012. To advertise the motorbike, the two also participated in a promotional video. The video had as a background the andorran mountains. However, rumors reported that the two motorcyclists could receive a fine for this promotional video. In fact, the two had no authorization to film. They should have obtained it from the Minister of Tourism and the Environment.