IndianxWorkhorse Appaloosa v2.0 Revealed at Baikal Mile

Indian Motorcycle and Workhorse Speed Shop today revealed the new Appaloosa v2.0 on the frozen surface of Lake Baikal where it will make its 2020 racing comeback and its ice racing debut.

It is precisely because of the difficult environmental conditions that the event is a unique result in the history of the car and motor sports. This test and this challenge not only for pilots, but also for a variety of equipment participating in the competition.
The main idea of the event is the establishment of speed records on various types of ice cover equipment for the deepest lake on the planet.

On three specially equipped ice rinks with a length of 1/8 miles and a mile, each team has the opportunity to set the highest score on the speedometers of their racing equipment!
The refereeing committee of Russia and the United States, the participation of world-class athletes and record holders in Bonneville, as well as speed riding, drift, drag racing, flat track, freestyle extreme motorbike - all this happens every year on the same platform! And all of this is the Baikal Mile!

Having travelled thousands of miles to take part in the second running of the Baikal Mile, creator Brice Hennebert said “I can’t believe we are actually here. What an amazing place. I am so pleased to finally reveal the new Appaloosa after weeks of hard work to get here. I can’t wait to see Sebastien blast down the 1-mile strip.”

With Technical Inspections and competitor briefings making up today’s schedule, Appaloosa v2.0 and Sébastien Lorentz get their first chance to race on the ice tomorrow, March 27.

The epic trip to Siberia and the action from Lake Baikal can be followed across Indian Motorcycle social channels with the hashtag #IndianxWorkhorse.

More information on the 2020 Baikal Mile Ice Speed Festival can be found at baikalmile.com




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