CCM Motorcycles release the new FT6 Flat Tracker

 

CCM Motorcycles are enjoying a renaissance since the launch of the Spitfire back in February at the London Motorcycle Show leaving all 150 bikes sold out within a week!

The Scrambler and Café Racer editions followed and for this years’ Motorcycle Live show, CCM have announced the latest variant on the Spitfire platform, The FT6 Flat Tracker.

Using the same frame and punchy six speed 600cc motor as its stylish siblings, the FT6 is evocative of the early AMA flat trackers, the design inspired by CCM’s European Championship winning bike ridden by Marco Belli as CCM celebrates the 10 year anniversary of the marque’s success.

 

 

CCM Spitfire 2018 Flatracker FT6

 

The FT6 includes a number of unique components making this latest incarnation the highest specification yet. The frame is adorned with carbon fibre body panels, a unique twin stacked LED headlight configuration and it’s all underpinned by a stunning pair of bespoke forged CNC-machined alloy wheels to complete the look. A limited edition run of 250 FT6 machines will go on sale at the NEC and based on sales of the previous models, CCM expect to sell out at the show.

To further excite potential punters: all Spitfire series customers old and new will have the chance to win a Café Racer simply by placing an order with one lucky winner riding away with a new machine worth over £9000 in the new year.

See all 4 Spitfire variants on display on CCM Motorcycles’ stand in Hall 2 2D10.

 

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