Royal Enfield's Build Train Race Program Returns for 2024 Season

Royal Enfield's Build Train Race Program Returns for 2024 Season

If you're enthusiastic about seeing more women participate in motorcycle racing, then you've likely been following Royal Enfield's Build Train Race program over the past few years. The 2024 season marks its fifth year, and the organizers are excited to announce the return of both the Road Racing and Flat Track programs.

In the Progressive American Flat Track series, racers construct a Royal Enfield INT650, undergo training, and compete in BTR events held during the regular AFT season. On the road racing side, racers build a Royal Enfield Continental GT 650 and race it at BTR events during the regular MotoAmerica road racing season. Below are the provisional calendars for both series.

2024 BTR Road Racing Participants

With five racers returning from 2023, including championship winner Mikayla Moore, and seven new participants, the upcoming season promises to be thrilling for both racers and fans.

2024 BTR Flat Track Participants

The Flat Track series will feature three returning riders from the 2023 season and seven new riders. It's going to be an exciting season!

Make sure to mark your calendars for the upcoming events.

BTR coaches for 2024 include three-time Grand Prix World Champion Freddie Spencer ("Fast Freddie") for road racing and pro flat track and supermoto racer Johnny Lewis for flat track.

MotoAmerica has an active YouTube channel where races from all series under the MotoAmerica banner are regularly posted. If you couldn't attend the races in person during the 2023 season, this was the best way to stay updated on BTR.

The Progressive American Flat Track racing series has announced a multi-year streaming agreement with the FloSports platform.