KTM take over CFMoto distribution for UK and Ireland from 2023

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KTM have agreed a deal to take over the distribution of CFMoto bikes in the UK and Ireland from January 2023.

The relationship between the two brands has been flourishing for some time, having first partnered in 2013 with a deal for CFMoto to produce small capacity KTM badged bikes for the Chinese market.

Since then, many of KTM’s engines have made their way into CFMoto models, including the 790 parallel-twin found in the latest CFMoto 800MT. The Chinese police force also uses a bike called the CF1250J, which is built around a re-engineered version of LC8 V-twin found in the Super Duke.

CF Moto 800MT Touring right hand bend

“Through our dedicated dealers and promotions, as well as our racing department, we have had the pleasure of supporting CFMoto with the growth of its motorcycle division for ten years,” said Paul Miller from Quadzilla who previously distributed the bikes in the UK.

“We have not only raised the profile of the brand in the motorcycle market within the UK, but also had race success at the Isle of Man TT and No Limits twins classes.

“We will continue to support our dealer network, as well as KTM Europe in Austria with the transition and are looking forward to seeing the continued growth of CFMoto motorcycles.”

CF Moto CLX-700 ADV left side

Quadzilla will continue to honour the warranty of registered motorcycles during the transition process and it has been confirmed that any sold machine under warranty will be covered for the remainder of the period with the new distributor. They will also continue to distribute CFMoto quads and ATVs as well as supplying spare parts.