Indian Comes Heavy in Their Return to Flat Track Racing

21. September 2016 Aaron Cortez News

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It’s been over 60 years since the race track rivalry between America’s two biggest motorcycle manufacturers ended when Indian shut down in 1953. But now an all-new Indian is taking the fight back to the track, with a purpose built engine designed by MotoGP and F1 engineers! Check it out here, and see why Indian will be a force to be reckoned with in their long-awaited return to flat track this year.

 


Funded by parent company Polaris, Indian spared no expense developing the all-new FTR750, purpose-built from the ground up for flat track racing.

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California Legislature Unanimously Approves Lane Splitting Bill

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For decades, California has been the only state that allows lane-splitting, but not because it’s “legal” – it has always existed in a gray area of the law, and exists just as an accepted practice there. Now, lawmakers are finally putting lane-splitting on the books – but could the same happen in other states in the future?

Do a bit of  lane-splitting in Oz – not legal but rarely penalised – MM

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Indian Unveils New AMA Pro Flat Track Racer at Sturgis

Rider Magazine Staff
August 08, 2016
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Indian Scout FTR750 AMA Pro Flat Track Racer. (Photo: Indian Motorcycle)

Indian Motorcycle unleashed its all-new Indian Scout FTR750 at the 76th annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally. The event is the latest milestone in the historic return to professional flat track racing for the brand.

See also: Indian Comes Heavy in Their Return to Flat Track Racing

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Hero Honda Karizma ‘Sliver’

Hero Honda Karizma ‘Sliver’ by Mean Green Customs

Posted on July 9, 2014 by Scott in Café Racer

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Written by Ian Lee.

So you want to build a sweet ride, but you don’t want to take the well travelled route. You want something with that café racer silhouette, but you also crave something fresh. This was the conundrum faced by Aditya Green from Mean Green Customs in India, when he was trying to work out the details for the feature bike seen here today. This bike started as a thought, was turned into a sketch and then became a beautiful reality. Sleek lines, low slung and with a side profile to make you weak at the knees, this futuristic café racer is definitely something you don’t see everyday. And that’s what makes us appreciate it all the more.

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