1918 Indian Board Track Racer Tribute
Board track racing was a type of motorsport popular in the United States during the 1910s and 1920s. Competition was conducted on circular or oval race courses with surfaces composed of wooden planks. This type of track was first used for motorcycle competition, wherein they were called motordromes, before being adapted for use by various different types of racing cars. The majority of the American national championship races were contested at such venues during the 1920s.
80cc, 3.0 horse, four stroke, single cylinder motor. 100 mpg. 35 mph.
ADJUSTABLE SEAT AND HANDLE BAR
Frame is hand bent on a jig and welded