The Indian Scout FTR750, the American firm's factory-built flat track racing motorcycle, is now available for customers to buy for $50,000.
Indian returned to flat track racing in 2016 with the purpose-built FTR750 in the hopes of ending the dominance of Harley-Davidson. The bike's debut race was at the Santa Rosa Mile AMA Pro Flat Track on September 25, where it finished seventh in the hands of Joe Kopp.
For 2017, the factory Indian racing team will comprise of 2016 Grand National champion Bryan Smith, 2013 Grand National champion Brad Baker, and three-time Grand National Champion Jared Mees.
The FTR750 is powered by a liquid-cooled 750cc V-twin, housed in an ultra-light steel frame with a large centrally located air-box and carbon bodywork.
Gary Gray, Product Director for Indian Motorcycle, said, "Since its debut, feedback on the Scout FTR750 has been overwhelmingly positive, with unbelievable interest and demand for the bike. The bike's availability to all race teams will help further establish Indian Motorcycle's presence in American flat track racing."
To purchase an FTR750, head to indianmotorcycle.com.
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