Indian Motorcycle released its FTR750 flat-track bike to the general public for the first time. Perhaps “general” is too general of a word. Allow me to be more specific: the bike is available for folks who can afford to pay $50,000 for a non-street legal bike with no front brakes, though bona fide race teams will see a five-grand savings at the till. Providing, of course, that you can meet all of the prerequisites and cough up the $5,000 earnest money required to get the ball rolling. You see, Indian had a dilemma. The American Flat Track rules state that the engines on the race track must be based on “existing production designs,” yet Indian hasn’t use the 750 cc mill on any other bike to date. The solution? Release the thing as-is to the public market. I’m not sure the factory will sell many units with this maneuver, but I’m quite positive that it meets the requirements to compete.