SPOTTED: New KTM-powered sidecar goes testing

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A BRAND new KTM-powered sidecar has been spotted testing on the Isle of Man today.

The new machine, an outfit built and engineered by IOMTT legend Dave Molyneux, is rumoured to be powered by an 890cc twin from a KTM 890 Duke.

In line with changes to this year’s British Supersport regulations, TT organisers have put together a three-wheeled rules package for the 2022 event which allows four-stroke, parallel-twin cylinder engines up to a maximum of 900cc.

And over on the island, it looks like Moly is getting a head-start on the competition.

Check out the video below, shared by TT passenger Dan Sayle, of the new outfit being put through its paces – what a noise…

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