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Not this year, but I'll be watching to see if Johnny Lewis can get the RE to do good in a mile track.
I, too. I have a '21 RE 650 with the Breva 750. May be a tad late to renew my 1960s AMA Expert flat track license, tho. I guess I'm relegated to street riding. That's enough excitement for an old guy. Knowing all the variables that must be dealt with to make winning flat track bike, I cannot praise Royal Enfield enough for their incredibly rapid development of Lewis's bike from street bike to winner's circle, beating well established, well-financed teams from Yamaha, Kawasaki and Harley Davidson (all with good riders). I only wish that Indian Twins class was abolished and Production Twins would become the premier class. Plus doing away with NASCAR-like limited entries and 53' transporters with techs and telemetry. Ralph
...doing away with...techs and telemetry.
...I never knew that heavier was better...
It's kinda funny more riders aren't on them, maybe after it's perfected. It'll then have a price tag on it $$.
...Heavy flywheels have been known to be important for years (decades) and it was an area that always gave the XR750 an advantage. Indian had that designed in from the beginning. Now, they're limited to the original weight (which is still a pretty good chunk).
Just to clarify , today's scheduled race , Springfield I will be on Monday , tomorrow's scheduled race , Springfield II will be tomorrow as scheduled , this is a double header weekend . TS
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