On February 24, 2013, KTM organised its second Orange Day in Mumbai. In typical Orange Day fashion, the event kicked off with a race clinic, then went on to group A and B qualifying races, followed by the final race. The event was attended in large numbers by KTM owners and other motorcycle enthusiasts as well.
Added attractions at the event were stunt shows on the KTM 200 Duke, service camps for 200 Duke owners, KTM Powerwear and Powerparts stalls and loud music to set the tempo. Also, at the event, Amit Nandi, KTM India head, revealed the KTM 350 SX-F - a 349.7cc single-cylinder liquid-cooled race spec off-road motorcycle. This race bike will be on display at 25 KTM showrooms across the country to highlight KTM’s brand image of being a leading off-road motorcycle manufacturer. However, this motorcycle will not go on sale in India.
Sachin Kangle was crowned the Duke of Mumbai by winning his group race and went on to take first place again in the final round.