Indian Motorcycle Celebrates 2022 King of the Baggers Championship With Ultra-Limited Indian Challenger RR
An homage to Tyler O’Hara’s No. 29, only 29 Indian Challenger race bikes offer a rare opportunity for riders and collectors to own the undisputed King of the Baggers.
A recap of victories from the Daytona 200, American Flat Track Singles, MotoAmerica Twins Cup and MotoAmerica King of the Baggers races.
Electric, dirt, V-twin and Swedish: we cover all the bikes in this episode.
Michael Barnes finished third on a Daytona H-D/Hoban Brothers Racing Road Glide.
Brothers Travis and Kyle Wyman top the podium with Harley-Davidson Road Glide race bikes.
Jesse Janisch dominated Production Twins on the Harley-Davidson XG750R at Odessa Half-Mile.
Indian Motorcycle Racing Announces Factory Race Team, Privateers and Contingency for 2022 King of the Baggers
Tyler O’Hara and Jeremy McWilliams will Pilot S&S Indian Challengers as the Factory Race Team.
Harley-Davidson Factory Team Ready to Defend MotoAmerica Mission King of the Baggers Championship Title
Defending champ Kyle Wyman and brother Travis Wyman will race Road Glide bikes powered by Screamin’ Eagle Milwaukee-Eight 131 Crate Engines.
The company will field two riders aboard Harley-Davidson Road Glides operating from its Racing Development Center.
Check out this new series where Jacqui Van Ham and Josh Troche discuss all things powersports.
Travis Wyman will race a factory-prepared Harley-Davidson Road Glide Special powered by a modified Screamin’ Eagle Milwaukee-Eight 131 Performance Crate Engine.