For generations, Indian Motorcycle® dominated the world of motorcycle racing. And now we’re making our triumphant return to the Flat Track. With a revolutionary purpose-built race bike and a new Indian Motorcycle® Wrecking Crew™ featuring three of the world’s best racers, Indian Motorcycle® is back and better than ever.
For generations, Indian Motorcycle® dominated the world of motorcycle racing and continues to do so. The FTR750 is a proven powerhouse bike carrying the world's best racers. The Indian Scout FTR750 was purpose-built to revolutionize Flat Track racing. The 750cc engine pushes the limits of V-Twin technology and our clean sheet design philosophy ensures none of that power is wasted.
The purpose built Indian Scout FTR750 revolutionized Flat Track racing. We combined form and function to push the boundaries of speed, maximize efficiency, and redefine control.
For generations, Indian Motorcycle® went hand-in-hand with racing - and winning. Meet the new Indian Motorcycle® Wrecking Crew, looking to continue the back-to-back championship winning ways.
Four time winner of the AMA Pro Flat Track Grand National title
Technical advisor and Rider coach
The Indian Challenger returns to King of the Baggers for 2022. The team, led by past champion Tyler O’Hara, will look to recapture the crown and continue Indian Motorcycle’s racing dominance.
Indian Motorcyle® has a storied history on the Flat Track. The original Indian Motorcycle® Wrecking Crew of the 1940s and '50s—Ernie Beckman, Bill Tuman and Bobby Hill—are icons of the sport. The famed rivaly between Indian and Harley-Davidson® is the stuff legends are made of. We're back to rekindle the fire that, for years, defined the sport of Flat Track racing. With a revolutionary new bike and a revamped Indian Motorcycle® Wrecking Crew, we're here to challenge the world's top manufacturers and reclaim our place atop the Flat Track racing world.
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