KTM's controversial street-thrash video promoting its new SuperDuke may have been officially taken offline - but that hasn't stopped it spreading across the internet.
The firm was hosting the streaming video and WALLPAPERS on its own Austrian site. But what was a direct link to the video now gets redirected to the front of the KTM site where the video is nowhere to be found. The wallpapers are still available - under 'specials'.
But for the video this alternative link:
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If you had any doubts about what the bike is all about, the video answers the questions. It was first shown on the KTM stand at the Munich Bike Show.
The video features a stunt rider thrashing through city streets, cutting through traffic at speed, getting airborne across a zebra crossing and generally having a wild old tyre-ruining time on two wheels. It's not a video anyone expected to be shown at the NEC in November!
It certainly stirs up controversy - as you'll see by following the link below.
Irresponsible or an exciting inspiration to be taken with a pinch of salt? Have Your Say. Click here.
Get the inside line on the making of the video - where it was shot, who was involved, and what got cut out. Only in MCN - October 6.
PLUS: What it's like to ride the bike. Only in MCN - October 6