The decision to take the FTR in production, is an answer to the huge buzz around the company's extremely successful FTR750 - a flat track racer which has made a name in the American Flat Track professional racing class, since its introduction in 2017. Alongside Indian presented the FTR 1200, a custom, one copy bike based on the flat tracker. Indian has now decided that this custom bike will be taken into production. It promises to be something fantastic.
The result: the "flat tracker for the street", as Indian calls it. "We are excited about the character that this bike possesses and its ability to take American V-twin engines to new heights. We wanted to be sure that the FTR 1200 was not just a regurgitation of the FTR1200 Custom, but would get a unique 'street-look', albeit that the engine is of course inspired by the performances of Indian in the past." For Dr. Jekill & Mr. Hyde this was the pefect opportunity to start developing the ultimate exhaust for this unique bike. The expected release is Q3 / Q 4. Stay tuned!