KTM and AYALA – Ready to Race

KTM and AYALA – Ready to Race

Adventure Cycle Philippines, Inc. (a member of the Ayala Group of Companies), the official motorcycle distributor of KTM, housed under Ayala Automotive Holdings Corporation, held a media forum last May 16, 2016 at the Seda Hotel Bonifacio Global City.

During the event, Ayala Automotive President and CEO, JP Orbeta confirmed Ayala’s support and commitment to this endeavor. Mr. Orbeta commented, “Ayala Automotive is excited to expand its portfolio and enhance the group’s offerings to the market. We are excited by our entry into the motorcycle space and are in full support of this business. We remain committed as a group to providing the market the products and after-sales service it deserves.“

Adventure Cycle Philippines, Inc. aims to open dealerships with prospective partners nationwide. The company’s Chief Operating Officer Dino Santos said, “Our goal is to penetrate all major cities in Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao with KTM dealerships. We will ensure that our customers will have access to the full range of KTM motorcycles. At the same time, we will make certain that motorcycle service and maintenance is available in all the KTM dealerships.“



KTM Southeast Asia representatives, Managing Director Julian Legazpi and Country Manager Zigmunds Steinbergs, were also present at the event. Mr. Legazpi commented that “We are excited to paint the Philippines orange with our esteemed partners – Ayala. Without a doubt, the country is now Ready To Race!“

– Contact dealership for dealership applications (canong.cc@ayalaauto.com) – Start of distribution (Q3 of 2016) – Full model range importer to Philippines – Start of production for ckd factory Q1 of 2017
On the production side, this will be subcontracted to Integrated Micro-Electronics, Inc. Initially, the KTM models that will be manufactured locally are the 200 Duke, 390 Duke, RC 200 and RC 390.



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