In 2017, Indian Motorcycle returned to American Flat Track Racing with its (then) all-new FTR750 factory race bike, which proceeded to utterly dominate the field, sweeping the 2017 series and taking home the 2017 title—a feat Indian’s repeated every year since. And after last year’s release of the works racer-inspired FTR1200, America’s oldest moto marque’s returned with another FTR750-themed offering with its fully-electric eFTR Jr.
Built around a steel chassis and swing-arm, the pint-sized eFTR Jr features a twist-and-go throttle, adjustable tracker-style bars, an adjustable mono-shock, spoked wheels, an inverted fork, lever-controlled disc brakes front and aft, a faux-carbon FTR750 replica tank, and toothed metal foot-pegs. Built for riders ages eight and up—or up to 175lbs—the bike boasts a top speed of 15mph, but comes with multiple ride modes that can limit power to 10mph. Developed by Razor USA, the powertrain sports a 36V rechargeable battery with up to 140-minutes of ride time, comes encased in a faux-V-Twin plastic housing, and is equipped with a chain final drive system. A Wrecking Crew livery, a fake S&S-style exhaust, and AMA number-boards all add to the authentic nature of the mini flat tracker. The Indian Motorcycle eFTR Jr is available now for $750.