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This Yamaha TZ750 flat track racer is also street legal

When we were talking to Brad Peterson about his XR750 street tracker a month ago, he let slip that he also had a TZ750 in his garage. And it too was street legal. An explosive Yammie two-stroke with classic flat track good looks is too hard to resist, so we just had to show it. But we’re not sure if we want to ride it: Brad may have balls the size of church bells, but we don’t. The TZ750 was one of the most extreme flat track racers of all time: it was banned after one race win in the

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The last Norton to win a Grand National Flat Track event. Meet Jamie Waters' incredible Dell’Orto lightweight.

In the US right now, flat track is smokin’ hot. Indian has joined the fray and is giving Harley-Davidson serious competition. The Super Hooligan series, devised by Roland Sands and open to semi-production bikes, is picking up speed. And custom builders the world over are looking to flat trackers for inspiration. If you’re one of those builders, you’ll find the biggest dose of inspiration right here. It’s the Ron Wood ‘lightweight’ Norton, owned by Jamie Waters, and the archetype of retro…

Vintage Motorcycle Dirt Track Racing | The attached is a collection of photos acquired over the years with ...

1977 DT-250 AMF HARLEY-DAVIDSONThis MX-250 engine was very powerful and became very popular with Flat-Track & Dirt Track short tracks racing (1/4 mile). The horse power of the MX-250 was only overpass by the CAN-AM MX-3 engine. Since that in 1/4 mile race

Honda RS600 replica flat track bike, built for the Stofskop race in South Africa

Flat track racing is all the rage in Europe and the States, but it hasn't really caught on in South Africa yet. There's no official race series there—just the occasional 'run what ya brung' shindig, where the emphasis is on fun rather than hard-nosed competition. That hasn't stopped Johannesburg local Justin Steyn from building his ideal flat track rig though—a replica of Honda's late-80s RS600 race bike. The RS600 was the baby brother to the dominant RS750, purpose-built for short tracks…