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The KTM Brand History

1934 Hans Trunkenpolz opens a repair workshop in Mattighofen Austria.

1951 Hans Trunkenpolz built his first motorcycle.

1953 The company is now officially known as KTM “Kronreif, Trunkenpolz, Mattighofen”

after company founders Hans Trunkenpolz and Ernst Kronreif and the Austrian location:

Mattighofen, where Hans Trunkenpolz began and the manufacturing plant was built.

1964 KTM starts bicycle production.


   New Huskies arriving soon ! We will be stocking the entire line. 

Everything about the Ninja® ZX™-14R ABS sportbike is big: Big displacement, big horsepower, big accolades. Life is pretty good at the top of the heap. When you make more power than any other production sportbike on the planet, as the ZX-14R does, the character of the power delivery is as important as the actual number of horses. To that end, the surface-milled combustion chamber shapes and polished intake ports provide the benefits of racing’s black art – porting – straight from the factory. Consequently, all elements of the induction system work in a coordinated manner, maintaining the Ninja tradition of smooth power delivery


Denny and Marilyn Beitler started Ajax Motorcycle Accessories in the fall of 1973. They started out in a 1,000-square-foot building in which they occupied for seven years before moving into their second location, which was 2,500 square feet. Business was booming, they managed to fill the place up fairly quickly, and in no time, they needed more space.

In 1993, Ajax Motorcycle Accessories changed its name to Ajax Kawasaki-KTM. Denny and Marilyn decided they would find some land and build their own shop—finally deciding on their present location at 8417 S. Interstate 35 in beautiful Oklahoma City. They finally found their home in their new 16,000-square-foot building.

Denny's father Floyd Beitler was a motorcycle enthusiast going back to the 1940's.  This picture of Floyd Beitler was taken in 1941 in New York when he was stationed at West Point. Floyd enjoyed motorcycling through the late 1980's. 

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