Harley-Davidson XG750R Flat Track

Jun 1, 2016

Category: Rides

With the recent resurgence in popularity of flat track motorcycle racing, Harley-Davidson’s Screamin’ Eagle Factory Team has emerged from the shadows, bringing with them the company’s first production flat track bike in 44 years. Rearing for a chance to tackle the dirt oval, this stunningly styled bike promises to do the team’s boastful name justice, as it tears around the track with all the fury and beauty of a bird of prey.

The XG750R features Harley’s Revolution X V-Twin fuel injected, liquid cooled, 750cc engine–a retuned dirt-ready version of the very same engine housed in their Street 750 bike, courtesy of Harley-Davidson tuning partners Vance & Hines. The XG750R made its official competition debut at the AMA Pro Flat Track Springfield Mile in Illinois on May 29th of this year. While there are not currently any plans to release this bike for public sale, there’s always hope we’ll see this head-turner on the market at some point in the future.

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