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World: Duke 890 R With Oliveira Signature - KTM collects for flood victims

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KTM punches for an auction in favor of flood vanes a naked bike signed by MotoGP top pilot Miguel Oliveira.

  Duke 890 R mit Oliveira-Signatur - KTM sammelt für Flutopfer © KTM

from January 20 From January 20, KTM auctions this exclusive 890 Duke R. The Auction starts at 10 o'clock on the online portal of "United Charity" at 10 o'clock on the online portal

starts at 10 o'clock.

upgraded and with signature

The 890 Duke R was built up at KTM in Mattighofen and utilized for auction with the "Power Parts" from the KTM accessory program: Acrapovic-slip-on silencer, brake fluid container lid, oil plug, clutch cover protection, ignition cover, Brake lever and tech pack, which includes as a software package all assistant system functions available for the 890 Duke.

The value of the machine including the right and left on the tank edges with clearcoat sealed autographs of Miguel Oliveira quantifies KTM to 15,000 euros. The starting area is 1,000 euros, in 200 euro steps is offered. The online auction will run until 20 February 2022, 18 o'clock. The proceeds goes according to KTM without deductions to the Alliance of German aid organizations "Action Germany helps" and should benefit the victims of the flood disaster of July 2021. X1

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