Indian opens up new race-ready flat tracker to the public
Fans of flat track racing with a spare US$50,000 on their hands now have the opportunity to buy the same race-ready version of the Indian Motorcycle Scout FTR750 that the company will be running later this year in the AMA Flat Track series.
Indian Motorcycle announced that it was getting back into flat track racing after a 60-plus year absence earlier this year. The company followed up that announcement with a maiden run of the purpose-built FTR750 in the last race of the AMA Flat Track circuit at the Santa Rosa Mile.
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Each of the FTR750s aimed at the public will be made to order and Indian is not putting a cap on how many the company will build. Interested buyers can contact their local Indian dealer and place a deposit with delivery of their own race bike expected sometime in Q3 of this year. A list of Indian dealers is on the company website.
Source: Indian Motorcycle