Royal Enfield Inspires a New Generation of Women Riders

Build. Train. Race. program returns for the 2024 season

2024 BTR is Back

Royal Enfield is proud to announce the return of its signature Build. Train. Race. (BTR) program to both MotoAmerica and Progressive American Flat Track national championships for the 2024 season. Now in its fifth season, BTR is the first of its kind—an all-woman initiative that teaches building and racing motorcycles. Bringing riders together from various backgrounds and riding experience to compete in different track events, the program celebrates women and motorcycle culture in North America.

Royal Enfield Build Train Race
BTR racers are guided through the process of building a race bike from a stock Royal Enfield motorcycle. The INT650 is used in the BTR flat track series and Continental GT 650’s are used in BTR road racing.
Royal Enfield Build. Train. Race flat track

“As the Build. Train. Race. program enters its fifth year, we’re proud to continue to partner with MotoAmerica and American Flat Track to grow this inspiring community of female racers,” says Adrian Sellers, Royal Enfield Head of Custom and Motorsport. “Every year we see more and more love and support from the racing community, and we’re proud to continue developing racers on the track and creating role models in the sport for young motorcyclists.”

2024 BTR Road Racing Series

The 2024 Royal Enfield Build. Train. Race. road racing season will feature four races, kicking off on Sunday, May 19 at Barber Motorsports Park in Birmingham, Alabama. Also on the schedule for 2024 are races on June 2 at Road America (Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin), June 30 at Ridge Motorsports Park (Shelton, Washington), and August 18 at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course (Lexington, Ohio). Motorsports Hall of Famer and three-time Grand Prix world champion “Fast Freddie” Spencer will return to coach the program for 2024.

Royal Enfield BTR
13 racers will face off for the 2024 BTR road racing series, including five returning riders: Emma Betters, Aubrey Credaroli, Lauren Prince, Holly Vary, and Mikayla Moore, last year’s championship winner.
Mikayla Moore BTR champion 2023
Mikayla Moore earned AMA’s Female Racer of the Year award after her 2023 MotoAmerica BTR Championship.

Congratulations to the 2024 BTR road race riders: Emma Betters, Lucy Blondel, Miranda Cain, Camille Conrad, Aubrey Credaroli, Cassie Creer, Kira Knebel, Shea MacGreggor, Mikayla Moore, Lauren Prince, Pearltry Suen, Holly Varey, and Kate West.

2024 BTR Flat Track Series

The 2024 Royal Enfield Build. Train. Race. flat track program will make its 2024 debut March 7–8 at Daytona International Speedway in Daytona Beach, Florida. Additional races will take place on April 27 at Texas Motor Speedway (Fort Worth, Texas), May 11 at Ventura Raceway (Ventura, California), and August 6 at Black Hills Speedway (Rapid City, South Dakota). One additional race will be announced at a later date. Professional flat track and supermoto racer Johnny Lewis will return as the program’s coach for the 2024 season.

The 2024 BTR flat track season will feature ten riders—three returning 2023 riders, including Morgan Piller and Shasta L’Heurex, who earned her first podium finish at the 2023 Black Hills Half Mile race. Returning short track specialist Kenzie Luker will attempt to defend her title at Ventura Raceway after winning last year’s race at the historic track. Rounding out the 2024 roster are seven new riders, including past Hooligan racer Hannah Lange, as well as Taia Little, who has earned several wins in the Flat Track Canada series.

Congratulations to the 2024 BTR Flat Track racers: Hannah Lange, Shasta L’Heurex, Taia Little, Kenzie Luker, Mya Maffei, Mikaela Nichols-Lionetti, Morgan Piller, Hannah Robertson, Madicela Rodriguez, and Kristiana Ross.

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