Looks stunning and promises a grin every time you take it for a spinby Punya Sharma, on LISTEN 02:50
UK-based Clews Competition Motorcycles (CCM) is a name popular for its retro-looking, performance-oriented offerings, and staying true to its nature, the British bikemaker has now unveiled the Classic Tracker. New for 2022, the Classic Tracker takes inspiration from flat track motorcycles and aims to offer the same level of fun (as a flat track bike) but on the public roads. How? Well, read on to know exactly that.
2022 CCM Classic Tracker - How Does It Look?
The Classic Tracker adopts a strictly minimalistic design with barely any bodywork except for the fuel tank and the slim tail section. However, the lack of bodywork plays in favor of the motorcycle and highlights the exceptional attention to detail, such as the high-quality Petrol Blue paint scheme, color-matched headlight nacelle, and the twin exhausts with carbon-fiber end caps.
In case you want even more pizazz, CCM has also introduced a chrome variant of the Classic Tracker that’s replete with a shiny chrome paint scheme, gold spoke wheels, carbon fiber headlight cover, carbon fiber fenders, and a brown seat. As you’d expect from a minimalist retro bike, the feature list is rather short, comprising only a digital instrument cluster, all-LED lights, and bar-end mirrors.
2022 CCM Classic Tracker - What About Performance?
Under its gorgeous skin, the Classic Tracker makes do with a 600cc, single-cylinder mill that makes 42.78 pound-feet (58Nm). This, coupled with the bike’s feathery 319-pound weight, gives it a pretty commendable power-to-weight ratio.
Besides, the engine sits in a Tig-welded chassis accompanied by Marzocchi USD forks and a YSS monoshock, both adjustable. Plus, you also get 19-inch spoke wheels shod with flat track-type tires, in case you wanna flat track right after taking the delivery.
2022 CCM Classic Tracker - What’s The Price?
CCM has priced the Classic Tracker at £10,695 and £11,495 ($11,623 and $12,106) for the base model and chrome variant, respectively. Now, this is a bit pricey considering the performance and features, but considering its super-premium and exotic nature, we’d say it’s worth it.
If money was not a constraint, would you take this home? Or perhaps you’d prefer something else?
|Front suspension||Marzocchi USD forks|
|Rear suspension||YSS monoshock|
|Front brake||320mm disc|
|Rear brake||240mm disc|