Shopping & Lifestyle im KTM Motohall Shop


Looking for the perfect gift for the motorsports fan in your life? Then look no further than the KTM Motohall gift card. It can be redeemed in the shop, for the KTM Motohall exhibition, and at the Garage à la carte restaurant.

Buy your KTM Motohall gift card right here!


With a broad and diverse range of products for him, her, and the aspiring young racer of the family, the KTM Motohall Retro and KTM PowerWear Casual collections including KTM Accessories allow all riders to gear up and get READY TO RACE even away from the road, track, or trail.

The range is rounded off by the Red Bull KTM Factory Racing Lifestyle collection and a great selection of fascinating books, including the KTM Motohall brand book, the legendary book “KTM – Motorräder seit 1953” [KTM –Motorcycles Since 1953] by motorsport journalist Leo Keller, the Road Book by Matthias and Eva Walkner – Snapshots from the biographies of two athletes, and the book “Dakar – Die härteste Motorradrallye der Welt” [Dakar – The Toughest Motorcycle Rally in the World] by Werner Jessner, which takes a look at the impressive 40-year history of the Dakar Rally with all its trials, challenges, defeats, and triumphs.


Magnets, metal signs and postcards: The decorative magnets depicting the historic KTM Apfelbeck, the KTM Comet, the legendary KTM Ponny, and Austrian Motocross legend Heinz Kinigadner make great souvenirs for any age group. The metal signs featuring the retro KTM logo and the KTM PONNY are sure to delight all collectors.

Retro Tees: 1988’s state-of-the-art single-cylinder engine opened the door for KTM to enter the performance race in the SOS class. The SOUND OF SINGLES (SOS) shirt reminds us of the ultra-light, ultra-strong and also ultra-vibrating LC4 engine with the Road Race chassis from that era. In 1967, the off-road machine KTM Penton Six Days came onto the market. The PENTON VINTAGE TEE shirt recalls the design of an eight-liter Motocross model by Erich Trunkenpolz, the son of KTM’s company founder, and the American John Penton.



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