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Best from the classifieds: KTM RC16 MotoGP bike is on sale!

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  • Best from the classifieds: KTM RC16 MotoGP bike is on sale!

    On the xBhp forums, we have our own classifieds section and there are some good deals around. The same can be said about classifieds all around the world. A little rummaging around might actually help you land something something unique. But how likely are you to stumble on an ad that says 'For Sale: KTM RC16 MotoGP bike'? Highly unlikely.

    While not in your average classifieds section (obviously), KTM has put up an RC16 that was a part of Pol Espargaro's 2019 MotoGP season campaign. While you may find some one-offs and special editions of sale, this is a full fledged MotoGP missile. And not just a test mule or anything of that sort, one actually ridden by Pol Espargaro during the course of the 2019v season.

    As expected from a full fledged race bike, the motorcycle retains the striking 'KTM Orange' livery complete with Red Bull decals. It even leaves the race number on there so with the right gear and the helmet, you can look like Mr Espargaro himself. And KTM has got you covered in that department as well.

    The motorcycle comes with the following add-ons:

    -A full set of Pol Espargaro's racing leathers.

    -A signed Espargaro racing helmet

    -A VIP MotoGP Event Pack for any 2021 event*. The experience includes a behind-the-scenes tour, a meet-and-greet with the MotoGP riders and a full set of Red Bull KTM Factory Racing team wear.

    -Weekend access to the Red Bull Energy Station unit with full catering and refreshment options

    Seems like a sweet deal with all the add-ons and the motorcycle which has quite a few achievements under its belt. Espargaro scored around 100 points on this very motorcycle after all which is no mean feat. But the deal comes at a price that too... rather princely. It is going to set you back by around 2,88,000 Euros and that too, without taxes. A direct conversion means around 2.5 crores. *gulp*

    Interestingly, this deals comes hot in the heels of the two opening rounds of the 2020 MotoGP season and KTM is already showing a competitive pace with the Pol Espargaro, Miguel Oliveira, Brad Binder, and Iker Lecuona. So, this might be your only chance at securing the predecessor of a potential podium contender in the MotoGP! That is... if you have a few crores lying around somewhere.