The Indian Scout FTR750 flat track race bikes are going to be offered to the public for $50,000 so if you ever wanted to go racing, now is your chance.

If you’ve always wanted to race flat track, and have $50,000 to spare, you’re in luck. Indian Motorcycle has offered for sale the new Scout FTR750, the same factory machine to be ridden in the American Flat Track series by National Champions Bryan Smith, Brad Baker and Jared Mees. A pro racing license is not included, but you could surely impress everyone when you show up at the local fairgrounds. There has been no mention of a street-legal kit for the bike.

A purpose-built, high-performance 750cc V-twin engine powers the Scout FTR750. It features a unique, ultra-light steel frame, large centrally located airbox and sleek lightweight carbon fiber body. Indian’s design and engineering teams approached the bike as the ultimate combination of advanced performance technology and design elements from Indian’s legendary racing models of the past.

“Since its debut, feedback on the Scout FTR750 has been overwhelmingly positive, with unbelievable interest and demand for the bike,” said Gary Gray, Product Director for Indian Motorcycle. “The bike’s availability to all race teams will help further establish Indian Motorcycle’s presence in American flat track racing.”

For purchasing information on the Scout FTR750 race bike, stop by an Indian Motorcycle dealer. To find the nearest location, visit IndianMotorcycle.com.