Royal Enfield has continued its technical partnership with S&S Cycle into 2021, collaborating on projects including the Build Train Race (BTR) road racing and flat track programs in the US. Royal Enfield and S&S Cycle established a relationship in developing the FT411 and Royal Enfield's American Flat Track program in recent years. S&S Cycle also manufactures multiple aftermarket parts and accessories for Royal Enfield motorcycles. This year, S&S Cycle will create parts to assist with the BTR road racing program, including exhausts, footpegs and triple clamps, and continued support of the BTR flat track program. S&S Cycle will also help to develop a Royal Enfield Continental GT 650 road racing package and consult on future racing opportunities in the Americas.
"S&S Cycle and Royal Enfield continue to grow our relationship through our racing programs," said Breeann Poland, Marketing Lead for the Americas and Global Brand Manager for the Continental GT platform. "S&S Cycle is a renowned manufacturer in the performance aftermarket industry and its teams have supported our BTR flat track over the last year. Royal Enfield is excited to partner with S&S Cycle again for the road race iteration of the program, leveraging the brand's capabilities to design, develop and manufacture some of the best performance parts in the industry."
After the successful debut of the flat track Build Train Race program, Royal Enfield looks to road racing as the program continues to evolve. Seven female motorcyclists were recently announced to build, train and race with road racing prepared Royal Enfield Continental GT 650 motorcycles.S&S Cycle is a motorcycle engine and parts manufacturer founded in 1958. The company started by selling high-performance pushrods for Harley-Davidson motorcycles, and today they still make parts for a variety of v-twin bikes.