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Street 750 is Harley Davidson’s latest race machine on dirt

Snapshot: After a brilliant performance at ESPN’s X Games held at Aspen, the Street 750 now heads to Austin for a flat track exhibition race

Yes it’s true. The India made Street 750 is Harley Davidson’s latest offering to the world of motorsport. You must have seen these races somewhere in your life where bikes drift at speeds most of us fear to do on straight roads.

Harley Davidson has been a front runner in such races since ages. With a racing team that is as old as 100 years, Harley plans to dominate this year too. After a very impressive win at Aspen, the Street 750 now heads to Austin to test its waters on a different kind of track. This is a very significant move from Harley Davidson as the Street 750 will be arriving at the U.S. dealerships in a few weeks time.

“The action-packed environment at X Games Austin fits perfectly with the attitude and identity of the new Street 750 motorcycle,” said Dino Bernacchi, Director U.S. Marketing, Harley-Davidson Motor Company. “And, since we gathered input from more than 3,000 customers, riders and dealers in more than 10 countries around the world to create the Street platform, it seems only fitting to let our fans decide if Flat Track racing should become an X Games medal event.”

“Long before events like X Games, Harley-Davidson motorcycle riders were pushing the limits of their motorcycles up hills, around wooden board tracks, across beaches, on ice and through the mud,” added Bernacchi. “The Street 750 is the perfect motorcycle to help introduce the next generation of passionate riders to the amazing experiences and thrills that await them on two wheels.”

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