Impressive Run for Lewis, Royal Enfield at Peoria TT

The 74th Peoria TT, round 11 of the 2021 American Flat Track championship, marked a first for Royal Enfield—the first time the 120-year-old brand has ever fielded a factory racing effort at the historic PMC Race Park in Peoria, Illinois. “This was our first time at the legendary Peoria TT as a team,” commented Breeann Poland,

Royal Enfield’s Lewis Wins Lima Half-Mile

Round seven of the 2021 Progressive American Flat Track Championship proved to be a historic moment for Royal Enfield, as Johnny Lewis and the Moto Anatomy x Royal Enfield Team were the class of the field on Saturday evening at the Allen County Fairgrounds in Lima, Ohio. “This weekend gave us the opportunity to showcase what the

Moto Anatomy x Royal Enfield Rider Johnny Lewis Captures 5th Place at Atlanta

The top five finish showcases the development work the team has done since the opening round in Volusia.

Moto Anatomy Announces 2021 Partnerships

The 2021 Progressive American Flat Track season kicks off on March 12 for the Volusia Half-Mile in Barberville, FL.

Royal Enfield: Innovative Marketing Targets New Riders

Royal Enfields are well positioned to appeal to younger riders. They are inexpensive, an attractive quality for people with little disposable income.

Johnny Lewis Extends Relationship with Royal Enfield

Royal Enfield announced Johnny Lewis’ Moto Anatomy organization will continue to campaign the Twins FT in Progressive American Flat Track through 2021.

Atlanta Short Track BUILD TRAIN RACE Results

Minnesota amateur flat track racer Jillian Deschenes took the checkered flag for both races followed by Melissa Paris, Lana MacNaughton and alternate rider Kerry Sano.

Moto Anatomy: Learning to Slide

Leading the three-and-a-half-hour course was Johnny Lewis, the professional flat track and Supermoto racer and Moto Anatomy founder. Just like the name, Moto Anatomy connects the body and the motorcycle.

Royal Enfield Launches Slide School Presented by Moto Anatomy

Lewis will use a combination of Royal Enfield FT411 and a soon-to-be added FT 650 motorcycles as the primary training tools used in the curriculum.