2021 KTM 450 SX-F Factory Edition Is Ready For The Track
Born in the Dirt
The KTM 450 SX-F is a beast in its own right. It’s a four-stroke MX bike with more on-track power than most know what to do with. The Factory Edition of this motorcycle is no different, and the 2021 model brings some sweet additions.
The 2021 KTM 450 SX-F Factory Edition will cost you an extra $1100 over the standard 450 SX-F, but comes decked out in a livery/graphics package inspired by KTM Factory rider Cooper Webb’s motorcycle when he crossed the finish line during his 2019 AMA Supercross championship run, as well as his 2020 runner-up position.
Beyond the livery, this special edition also boasts the inclusion of an Akrapovič slip-on exhaust, skid plate, front brake guard, KTM orange painted frame, factory rims as well as a special factory seat. Beyond the frame, the rear sprocket and triple clamps have also been decorated in KTM orange.
This special edition will be sold in limited quantities, although KTM has yet to officially put out a statement regarding the exact number of units being produced. As mentioned previously, this edition will cost you an extra $1100 over the standard 450 SX-F bringing the total cost of the bike to $11,299.
The 2021 year of the SX-F brings some big updates through its new engine composition and integration of KTM’s new myKTM app that allows for full customization of the suspension, and engine settings on the fly.