Dan Rouit Flat Track Museum gallery
Harley and Indian

Harley Sprint and KR

Digger Helm's Sprint short tracker and 1958 KR.

1977 XR 750 Harley Davidson

The XR 750 was designed in 1970 with cast iron cylinders.
The engine was redesigned with alloy cylinders in 1972 and Mark Brelsford  gave Harley their first win.
This bike has a Mert Lawwell frame and is a tribute to him.
 Owners of this bike are Cousin Joe and his son Chad Noble.

1948 Indian Scout

750cc, 45 cubic inch. This bike has an  experimental engine, hand shift
and ridged frame. Owned by Wayne Sumner.

1928 Indian 101 Scout

For 1934, AMA decided to change to class C rules which dictated  production motorcycles.
Street bikes like this were strip of fenders and lights and raced.

1912 Indian board tracker

Four valve, 500cc single. This bike was raced by
well-known Indian dealer
and racer Herbert Webb of Roanoke, Virginia.