Indian Motorcycles celebrates its flat track racing legacy with the launch of the FTR Championship Edition
To celebrate its flat track racing legacy, Indian Motorcycles has launched the limited edition FTR Championship Edition. With only 400 will be available globally, the FTR will allow race fans from around the world to join the Indian Wrecking Crew in celebration of the team’s five-consecutive American Flat Track championships.
Inspired by the company’s highly successful flat track race machine, the FTR750, the FTR Championship Edition touts an authentic race paint scheme and a commemorative Indian Motorcycle Racing bezel with each championship season on display.
The FTR also features premium components, including a titanium Akrapovič Exhaust and fully adjustable front forks and piggyback shock. Carbon fibre parts, including a seat cowl, front fender, airbox covers and headlight nacelle, complete the bike’s overall look.
The FTR features three ride modes, wheelie control with rear lift mitigation, stability control, traction control and cornering ABS. It also gets a 110mm digital touchscreen display and a 1203cc liquid-cooled V-twin engine that produces 123 hp and 120Nm of torque. The limited-edition FTR is equipped with a race-inspired wheel combination of a 19-inch front and 18-inch rear wheel – wrapped in Dunlop street tires with flat track-inspired tread. Radially mounted dual front disc Brembo brakes and ProTaper flat tracker aluminium handlebars complete the race bike look.
Indian has won the last five flat track Manufacturer’s Championships, since it returned to professional flat track racing in 2017. The 2022 Indian Wrecking Crew includes 2021 SuperTwins Champion Jared Mees, two-time champion Briar Bauman and the team’s newest member, the most successful rider in American Flat Track Singles history, Shayna Texter-Bauman.
The FTR Championship Edition will only be available in select markets, so get your order in early.