Tracker by BAAK

The design for tracker bikes is rooted in the original flat track races, where riders competed around dirt-covered oval courses in short races. Because of the terrain, tracker bikes have front and rear suspension, and rear brakes.

For the non-racer, BAAK has adapted the tracker bike for weekend trips on twisted country roads and the occasional friendly off-road heat. If these are your habits, then you can expect

  • a compact bike with a low center of gravity;
  • chunky tires on 18’’ spoked wheels;
  • and a wide handlebar for control when the bike leans sideways.

Moto Guzzi V7 Tracker

This “baroudeuse” will drive you far away while providing great riding feelings.

Triumph Bonneville T120 Tracker

The new Triumph T120 gets a strong look and a high-class finish in that Tracker version.

Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 Street Tracker

BAAK gives his vision of a classic urban roadster.

Triumph Street Twin Tracker

The retro-look tiny roaster from Triumph isn’t harmless anymore after this “spicy” treatment provided by BAAK’s craftsmen.

Triumph Thruxton 1200 Tracker

The Triumph Thruxton 1200 is turned into an elegant machine, whose comfort and simplicity gets very desirable under BAAK’s driving post.

Triumph Bonneville 865 Tracker

This Triumph Bonneville never hides its off-road sports aspiration.

Royal Enfield Continental GT 535 Tracker

This Royal Enfield Continental GT 535 gives up its Racer look and becomes a real Tracker.