Motor sports may still not be back 100% this year, but it's certainly looking good in 2021. KTM announced that it will return next year in support of the International Six Days Enduro (ISDE) competition to be held at the Lombardy and Piedmont regions in Italy.

“Providing valuable backing for the race organizers to overcome a challenging year, all parties will continue working with the goal to be 100% Ready to Race in 2021,” said KTM through a statement.

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Following the postponement of the 2020 edition due to the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, KTM is giving back to the sport of by extending its support towards the passionate people responsible for the ISDE organization. As well as seeing a great number of KTM racers represent their respective countries on the official ISDE entry lists, KTM has also been present annually with the highly successful paddock-based KTM Rental & Race Service packages.

“Alongside the release of our 2021 KTM EXC Six Days models and in full alliance with KTM’s Global Marketing team, the decision to extend the support towards the Enduro community behind the organization of the ISDE is aimed at helping take the 2021 event to a new level. Staying Ready to Race, we are all looking forward to attending a 2021 event that will live up to the highest standards set by Enduro racers coming from every part of the world,” said Paolo Carrubba, Head of Marketing KTM Italy.

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The International Six Days Enduro competition is the oldest off-road event in the FIM race calendar. The ISDE traces its roots back 107 years ago in England and has since been held annually at different locations around the world with the exception of World War 1, World War 2, and 2020.