2017 KTM Adventure Rider Rally Vendor Bender | Dubya USA

Jesse Ziegler | October 10, 2017

Dubya USA, along with nearly 30 other vendors, showcased their latest adventure-motorcycle gear and services at the 2017 KTM Adventure Rider Rally.

The 2017 KTM Adventure Rider Rally was held in Crested Butte, Colorado for the second time in three years. With nearly 500 attendees including a massive staff of KTM event planners, celebrity riders, world-class racers and helpful technicians, it was a popular destination, to say the least. On top of that, nearly 30 vendors from the Adventure Motorcycling industry showcased their latest adventure-motorcycle gear and services.

We had a quick chat with Dubya USA’s John Anderson inside their booth at the KTM Adventure Rider Rally to see why they made the trip, what kind of cool new stuff they have and what they think the KTM Adventure Rider Rally is all about.

What product is drawing the most interest from the attendees at the KTM Rally?

John Anderson:  This is our second year as a vendor and our Talon billet hubs for the big 1090, 1190 and 1290s are our most popular items. We get a lot of interest in those for the 950s and 990s, too.

Complete wheelsets with Talon Hubs and Excel rims are also very interesting to this group as a way to increase their wheel performance on adventure bikes.

Another cool thing is a service we offer that does Cerakote ceramic coating to the stock hubs.

Why should riders consider attending the KTM Adventure Rider Rally?

John Anderson: Honestly I’d say it’s a big gathering of people who are passionate about adventure bikes in a beautiful area that moves around every year and you get to see a lot of familiar faces. A lot of buddies are hanging out, riding great trails and talking about riding so it’s just a lot of fun.CN

 

To learn more about Dubya USA, visit www.dubyausa.com or call 714-279-0200

 

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