Meet Harley-Davidson’s first flat-track racer in 44 years

For the first time in 44 years, Harley-Davidson has revealed a motorcycle purpose-built for the flat tracks of America…

In your face

Built in collaboration with Vance & Hines, the Harley-Davidson XG750R Flat Tracker will compete in the AMA Pro Flat Track Series in the US, as part of the illustrious company’s ‘Screamin’ Eagle’ factory team. Strictly for competition purposes only, the Harley is powered by a tuned 749cc water-cooled V-twin engine, similar to that found in the Street 750. Aesthetically, the bike is dominated by the aforementioned monstrous engine, the in-your-face high-mounted twin exhaust pipes and the minimal bicolour bodywork – all attributes that undeniably point to its competition breeding.

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