Royal Enfield has just unveiled an all-new factory custom flat tracker at EICMA 2019, which has been built in collaboration with Harris Performance. And it’s called the Flat Track.
The stripped back machine has been built around Royal Enfield’s 650cc twin motor – but to make it even more capable, it’s been kitted out with a big-bore kit and twin under-seat pipes from S&S.
It comes with a brazed steel tube frame – and its steering angle, yokes, pivot height, and the swingarm can all be adjusted (5 mm each way), which would allow riders to fine-tune the chassis for top performance.
Elsewhere, the Flat Track comes with Öhlins/Harris forks up front and a high-end Öhlins TTX36 monoshock at the rear, 19-inch RSD traction rims which are clad in Dunlop DTRs, and a single disc brake at the rear with a Brembo twin-piston setup. The bike’s carbon fibre bodywork was created and manufactured by UK design team at Royal Enfield.
The brainchild of Harris performance and Royal Enfield’s Leicestershire-based technical centre, there’s been no news if we’ll get to see a production version of the bike in the future – but considering it’s a working prototype, we’re feeling optimistic that we could well see a more road-ready version in the not too distant future.
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