Over the past several years we have seen the rebirth of flat track racing. Builders such as Roland Sands and manufacturers like Indian Motorcycles have brought it into the spotlight. Indian with the introduction of their Scout FTR750 and Roland Sands pumping out flat trackers, it was only a matter of time before builders started bringing the style to street bikes. Also more and ore events are having Flat Track racing such as See See Motorcycles The 1 Moto Show and The Moto Beach Classic. One such builder who has become the king of the Street Tracker is Rich Pollock of Mule Motorcycles.
Mule Motorcycle has build some of the most stunning trackers using platforms from Triumph, Harley Davidson and Yamaha. All their builds incorporate that classic flat track style from the 70’s when Harley was dominating the seen. These design include the signature tail sections flowing into the smaller capacity gas tanks and an up swept exhaust for ground clearance. Instead of the front number plate, a head light is installed along with a tail light and now you have a streetable tracker to rip up the pavement on instead of dirt.
Trackers can be built on a vary of platforms but a few of them are the most popular. You will mostly see a Harley XR1200 Tracker, Triumph Bonneville Tracker, XS650 Tracker and we have seen more Yamaha Trackers such as the SR500’s. I think you will start seeing more and more builders creating trackers on all different bikes. If you can dream it, you can build it.
All in all, if you just google Tracker, you will see a plethora of builds pop up from builders around the world. The ones you will probably see the most are from Mule Motorcycles. Their builds all have that classic Flat Track design with touches of modern technology here and there. Be sure to head over to their website and social media pages to checkout all their awesome custom trackers. Some of my favorite builds are their Custom Harley Davidson Trackers.
Street Tracker Designs by Mule Motorcycles: