- Motorcycle jointly developed by Royal Enfield and Moto Anatomy
- Lewis took a third-place finish in the semi-final
- Team took a sixth-place finish in the main race
Royal Enfield competed in their first-ever American Flat Track competition in the Production Twins class. Racer Johnny Lewis unveiled the Royal Enfield Twins FT Production Twins racer. The new Royal Enfield Twins FT has been jointly developed by Royal Enfield and Moto Anatomy, the race team owned and operated by Johnny Lewis.
Lewis worked with Royal Enfield, Harris Performance and S&S Cycle to develop the motorcycle. Lewis took a third-place finish in the semi-final and a sixth-place finish in the main race.
While Lewis is looking to be competitive, the overall focus remains on the development of the Twins FT platform. Lewis and team will race the remainder of the American Flat Track calendar to gather more data and feedback on the Royal Enfield FT package. All team members are preparing to make the motorcycle even better for the next race at the Dallas Half-Mile.
Lewis will be joined by the participants of Royal Enfield’s BUILD TRAIN RACE (BTR) program at the Atlanta and Daytona Beach AFT rounds. The participants will compete in an exhibition race aboard custom INT 650 motorcycles.
In other updates, Royal Enfield has revised the prices of its complete portfolio in the Indian market.