New CCM Classic Tracker officially unveiled

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Bolton-based CCM have released a new Classic Tracker – a new flattrack inspired addition to their popular single-cylinder Spitfire range that builds on the existing Street Tracker model.

Previously reported by MCN in spyshots, the now finished machine will begin at £10,695 and climb to £11,495 for a chrome finish. Expect OTR charges of £117, too.

But what does that money buy you? Well, starting at the back, there’s a slim new twin exit exhaust system running to the right of the rear wheel, complete with carbon end caps.

CCM Classic Tracker exhaust

These wheels are available in either petrol blue with black, or as a gold finish on the chrome version. Both colour schemes come on spoked 19in rims, which are wrapped in a set of road-legal Mitas flattracking tyres.

To test its sideways ability, CCM took the bike to the Ride and Skid It school, where tutor and five-time British Flat Track champion Aiden Collins said: “This bike feels right – like it was built to race!”

Outside of that, braking power is provided by J Juan, with a four-piston radial caliper up front. You also get scrambler-style mid position bars and a stitched saddle design for one person, said to be semi perforated. There’s a hydraulic clutch from Magura, too.

Aiden Collins rides the CCM Classic Tracker

Elsewhere, CCM have altered the suspension set up and installed a black rear coil spring for good measure. For those wanting to venture onto the flattrack oval, you also get a radiator guard as standard, finished in grey. It’s all topped off with LED lighting to the front and rear.

New CCM Classic Tracker spied

First published on 15 June 2022 by Phil West

CCM Classic Tracker

Fresh spyshots captured by an eagle-eyed snapper have revealed CCM are making the finishing touches to a new flattrack-inspired Spitfire.

The new bike, thought to be called the Classic Tracker looks to blend the current Street Tracker with more classic styling touches including a Monza fuel cap.

It was spotted on two separate occasions – taking part in a photoshoot with CCM ambassador and former world trails champion Dougie Lampkin on the Cat & Fiddle in Cheshire, and on track at Aiden Collins’ Ride & Skid flattrack school in Buxton.

CCM Classic Tracker undergoing testing

In the latter it appears the bike is being ridden by former French supermoto champion and CCM works rider, Stephane Mezard, who took the French flattrack title in 2021 and is contesting it again this year on a CCM FT6 flattracker.

The bike Lampkin is pictured on looks to be production-ready, finished in a classy retro silver livery. Like all Spitfires it’s powered by a BMW-designed, ex-Husqvarna liquid-cooled 600cc single producing around 55bhp and 43lb.ft giving a top speed of around 110mph. This lump is housed in a hand-crafted tubular steel frame.

The new model appears to have 19in spoked rims wearing semi-knobbly tyres, adjustable Marzocchi inverted forks, J-Juan four-piston radial brakes and a racy, flattrack-style solo seat.

Dougie Lampkin spotted on a new CCM model

However, going by these pictures, this version does without the Street Tracker’s side-mounted number boards, has a lower front wheel-hugging mudguard, and retro badging.

Lampkin’s silver bike also has gold not black anodised rims and silver instead of the black forks of the Street Tracker, although the green version spied continues with black wheels and forks.

The closeness to the Street Tracker means we’d expect a similar, if not slightly higher price than that of the £10,995 Street, and its production readiness suggests it will be officially unveiled at this November’s Motorcycle Live show at the NEC – if not before.