News on American Flat Track, Aprilia, Vincent and KTM.
Our visit to the Crawford Auto Museum with a private showing from John Lutsch continues with this 1953 Triumph Trophy. This motorcycle was a staple of flat track racing back in the day, and is still a great example of the makeup of flat track bikes today. It’s our Ride of the Week!
The “Techno Tracker” is an homage to the 1970s’ Yamaha board trackers.
We saw this beautiful Harley-Davidson Sportster 1200 at Flat Out Friday, it was a killer in the Hooligan class. Check it out!
It may look a little beat up on the outside, but it has a lot of heart!
This Harley-Davidson SX175 might look a little beat up on the outside, but it has a lot of heart and more than enough power to perform on the track. Check out the details of this custom flat track racer that only cost $60!
This custom-built Shovelhead Street Tracker heavily resembles Larry Curik’s first-ever Yamaha HT-1 project, which he built 50 years ago. He’s taken his lifelong motorcycling prowess and put it into this latest street tracker build, and you don’t want to miss the details of it!
The Royal Enfield BTR Road Racing program is already looking toward an expanded platform with American Flat Track next season.
For five days in Du Quoin, Ill., the 2021 AMA Flat Track Grand Championship will bring intense competition among the country’s most elite amateur riders from July 15-20.
Progressive AFT will bring back its Rider Autograph session beginning with its fifth and sixth rounds at Remington Park.
For 2021, Royal Enfield has added seven new riders from across the U.S. along with the inclusion of two BTR alumni, Jillian Deschenes and Lana MacNaughton.