KTM riders have led the way in both the FIM MXGP and the FIM MX2 Motocross World Championship classes this year, and in the MXGP category it was Herlings and Tony Cairoli battling from the start of the season, with Herlings taking at least a podium finish at every round he has raced so far. It was an incredible story for the Dutch star, as mid-season Herlings defied the odds by returning from a collarbone injury sustained in a practice crash that forced him to miss a round of the series, to truly dominate the second half of the championship earning 14 1-1 moto finishes in total. A warrior in all conditions, 24-year-old Herlings only finished lower than second place in a moto once all season whilst winning 31 of the 36 motos he has raced, and the KTM ace clinched the title after the first moto in Assen. KTM has won all but one of the 38 motos this season.
Both Herlings and Cairoli are regular users of Adria Twin campervans, part of a agreed collaboration between Adria and KTM motorcycles. The Adria Twins were specially commissioned by KTM with the needs of their riders at the forefront. Comfortable of course, but also really practical and flexible space and features as these Twins are used for practice, for competition and in everyday use. They put the miles (kilometers) of hard duty in.
New for Season 2019, Adria has just launched all new Twin Supreme and Twin Plus models, with exclusive new Sky-roof in the Supreme and new interiors, bathroom and kitchen solutions across both models. They come in a range of layouts and exterior colours. The new Twin SGX model will suit any adventurous motorcyclist, with its special layout, electrically operated and liftable rear bed and rear storage, suitable for a motorbike or other large adventure gear.