Today we present Harley-Davidson’s flat-track bike made after 44 years. Called XG750R, this model is based on Street 750 platform and its racing debut will be this weekend in Illinois. As the name suggests, XG750R brings the same “V-twin” engine which was designed for the Harley-Davidson Street 750 bike, but has been tuned for track duty.
In addition to the modified engine, the racing frame also suffered changes from Vance & Hines Motorsports, and and as you can see in the photographs, missing a certain street elements, as well as the front brakes. This is not only because it is XG750R racing model, but also because the company does not plan a street version. To our great regret.