Harley-Davidson has lifted the wraps off its XG750R flat tracker for the first time in 44 years — and yes, this racing machine looks stunning.
The motorcycle maker's Screamin' Eagle Factory Team has introduced the all-new racer in a press release on May 26.
The XG750R is powered by what the company calls liquid-cooled and fuel-injected Harley-Davidson Revolution X V-Twin engine.
The company says that the bike will race at the AMA Pro Flat Track Springfield Mile located in Illinois this coming May 29.
Factory Team rider Davis Fisher has been picked to run the motorcycle in the AMA Pro Vance & Hines-sponsored flat track series.
"After decades of flat-track racing success behind the Harley-Davidson XR750 flat track motorcycle, we knew it was time to develop the next-generation Harley-Davidson to compete in one of the best spectator racing sports out there today," said Harley-Davidson racing manager Kris Schoonover.
With regard to why Harley-Davidson has chosen Fisher, Schoonover said that he is perfect to be the very first racer to use the all-new flat-track motorcycle as he "proved himself in the GNC2 class."
The 18-year-old racer, for those who are not aware, was declared winner during the 2015 AMA Pro GNC2 championship. He is a rookie in the GNC1 series, however.
Schoonover went on to say that just like any other racing bikes, there are still a few kinks the company needs to work out to further enhance the motorcycle's capabilities.
Motorcycle enthusiasts out there should not get their hopes up, though, as the bike is only intended for race competition at the moment and won't be offered to public yet.
This race bike will be showed off on June 2 at the Austin, Texas X-Games.
In June 2014, Harley-Davidson unwrapped the firm's very first electric motorcycle named LiveWire, which features a 90 mph maximum speed.
LiveWire is deemed the first full-size electric motorcycle to enter into the United States market.
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