Indian Motorcycle has released 29 highly sought-after Indian Challenger RR motorcycles to commemorate the 2022 King of the Baggers championship season.
Each motorcycle was hand-crafted and race-tuned by S&S® Cycle to the exact specifications of Tyler O’Hara’s championship-winning bike. Racing enthusiasts and collectors can now purchase this limited-edition machine for $92,229.
This marks the first time that fans can own a purpose-built race bagger, making it a must-have item for any motorcycle enthusiast.
“Originally, the thought of road racing baggers was perplexing to many, and even downright offensive to some road racing purists. But in just three short years, King of the Baggers has emerged as the hottest thing in motorcycle racing as these bikes have rapidly evolved in their sophistication, and we thought it would be awesome to give people the opportunity to own the bike that holds the crown,” said Gary Gray, Vice President – Racing, Technology and Service for Indian Motorcycle.
“We’re excited to embrace the fandom of bagger racing and celebrate our second title with this highly exclusive, special run of Indian Challenger RR motorcycles. This bike is the real deal, much like when we released the venerable FTR750, the Challenger RR is a true race bike and is not street legal. Put in the right hands, it will reach the podium in MotoAmerica’s Mission® King of the Baggers race series.”
Indian Motorcycle’s DNA is built on racing and winning. With 122 years of history-making racing milestones, the brand has won numerous championships and pushed the limits of what’s possible on two wheels.
From Oscar Hedstrom’s endurance racing dominance to Burt Munro’s land-speed records and the modern Wrecking Crew’s six consecutive American Flat Track Championships, Indian Motorcycle’s racing legacy is unmatched.
With recent wins in the 2022 Super Hooligan® Championship and two King of the Baggers Championships, Indian Motorcycle’s commitment to racing remains as strong as ever.
For those who are passionate about racing and collecting, the chance to own this limited and winning version of the bike is now available. However, it comes with a premium price tag. Nonetheless, the value of owning a piece of racing history is immeasurable for true enthusiasts and collectors.
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