KTM Canada Announces 2019 KTM Cash Motocross & Off-Road Contigency Program

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KTM Canada is proud to announce that the KTM Contingency Program will be back for 2019!

KTM offers one of the largest and most efficient programs in the industry. Through a unique partnership with Hookit, the www.ktmcash.com site uses the latest technology and features to help KTM expand its support and connection between its racers, dealers and promoters.

In 2018 KTM awarded $113,450 to Orange Bleeders nationwide! For the 2019 season KTM will be supporting a total of 18 series and 4 races with an available $400,000 available to be earned.

For the first time, KTM will be supporting two off-road racing series in Canada. In 2019 AMSA (Alberta) and FMSQ (Quebec) riders will be eligible for contingency awards. Off-road riders, make sure you are registered!

KTM CASH CONTINGENCY ELIGIBILITY

Motocross and off-road racers who have purchased and registered a 2018 or newer KTM model and rides in the eligible events, series & classes outlined on www.ktmcash.com.

Your bike must have a Canadian VIN.

RIDERS MUST BE REGISTERED!

1. Go to www.ktmcash.com and register.

2. Line up with a “READY TO RACE” attitude and earn KTM contingency rewards redeemable at KTM dealerships nationwide.

3. If you are having issues registering for KTM Cash please direct all contingency related emails to our contingency team contingency@hookit.com.

HOW DOES IT WORK?

Your KTM credits may be spent on KTM Powerparts, KTM Powerwear or towards the purchase of your next KTM motorcycle. Credits must be redeemed within the calendar year.

All National Pro MX1 & MX2 racers receive cash payouts.

FOR MORE INFORMATION, ELIGIBLE EVENTS AND SERIES, THE FULL LIST OF RULES & FAQ`s VISIT:

www.ktmcash.com

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