Mission King Of The Baggers veteran rider and road racing icon Jeremy McWilliams will ride a limited-edition Indian Challenger RR at Goodwood. Photo courtesy of Indian Motorcycle.

Indian Motorcycle has announced that one of its limited-edition Indian Challenger RR (Race Replica) customer bikes will make an appearance at the prestigious Goodwood Festival of Speed from July 11 through 14.

Renowned for its celebration of motorsports culture, the Goodwood Festival of Speed attracts enthusiasts from around the globe to the one-of-a-kind event where the past, present, and future of motorsports innovation converge to honor the rich heritage of iconic brands such as Indian Motorcycle.

Sharing the famous hill with some of motorsports’ most-revered marques, the debut of the Indian Challenger RR at Goodwood provides a rare opportunity for fans outside the U.S. to see a full-factory Mission King Of The Baggers racebike in action and hear the thunder of the Indian PowerPlus V-Twin engine. The bike will be piloted by racing legend and Mission King Of The Baggers veteran rider Jeremy McWilliams.

To commemorate their 2022 Mission King Of The Baggers Championship, Indian Motorcycle and S&S Cycle built just 29 of the Challenger RR customer bikes, and each is handcrafted and race-tuned with the same specs and setup as Tyler O’Hara’s #29 Championship-winning racebike. The Challenger RR offers collectors the unique opportunity to own a piece of history.

Racing and winning have long been a core element within Indian Motorcycle’s DNA. Founded by racers who were driven by a desire to go faster and win races, Indian Motorcycle has been racing and winning for 123 years. From Oscar Hedstrom’s endurance racing at the turn of the century to O.C. Godfrey winning at the famed Isle of Man in 1911, from Burt Munro’s land-speed records to the original Wrecking Crew’s dominance in the 1950s, and from Mission Super Hooligan National Championships won on the FTR1200 in 2022 and 2023 to the Challenger taking the Mission King Of The Baggers Championships in 2020 and 2022, Indian Motorcycle’s list of history-making racing milestones is unparalleled.