British marque continues limited-run production assault with stunning Flat Tracker.
When British adventure sports specialist ventured into new areas with the Spitfire last February, they were as surprised as anyone by the public reaction. With all 150 proposed units sold out within a week, it was a successful project that exceeded even the boldest of expectations.
Two Café Racer and Scrambler editions of the Spitfire followed and now they’re back with the latest proposal – the FT6 Flat Tracker.
Using the same trellis frame and 600cc motor as in their previous bikes, the FT6 includes the now-expected carbon fibre bodywork, a unique and arresting double, stacked LED headlight and bespoke CNC-machined alloy wheels.
The company say that the FT6 is ‘evocative of the early AMA Flat Trackers’ with the design ‘inspired by CCM’s European Championship winning bike, ridden by Marco Belli’. It’s a timely association too, as this is the 10th year anniversary of that success.
Released at Motorcycle Live at the NEC in Birmingham, the company hope to repeat success on a larger scale with 250 models being intended for manufacture.