What started as a dream in a Fresno CA high school metal shop in 1981 became reality in 1989 when Dave Earll officially formed Trac Dynamics Racing.
In the 80’s and early 90’s, Southern California was a hot bed of motorcycle drag racing and Trac Dynamics was at the fore-front of the sport. Swingarms were always being manufactured, but it was the building of drag bike chassis’ that had taken center stage. Success came early when Rick Gero won the 1989 “AMA Dragbike” Pro/Stock championship aboard a Trac chassis. It wasn't long before pros around the country took notice of the superior performance of the young company’s product.
By 1993 it was time to take on the premier class in motorcycle drag racing. Teaming up with the late Dave Schultz, Trac would claim its first N.H.R.A. Pro/Stock championship that year and set the stage for what would become the winningest chassis manufacturer in the history of the class. In fact, at times, the entire qualified field would be on Trac bikes!
Although the production of frames and chassis may have stopped in 2003, the winning certainly did not. With championships in 2004, 2005, and 2006, Andrew Hines and his Screaming Eagle V-ROD are still putting Trac on the podium!
While Trac Dynamics made a name for itself in the pro ranks of the drag racing world, today the company is totally focused on providing it’s customers with the absolute finest in custom accessories for your sport bike. With the custom market exploding, Trac has positioned itself on the leading edge of custom swingarm, wheel, and suspension product manufacturing. In 2003 they developed the now famous 240 kit for sport bikes and in 2005, the awesome 300 twin drive kit. As the leader in aftermarket swingarm manufacturing, Trac products are now available world-wide through some of the largest and most respected distributors in the motorcycle industry such as Parts Unlimited andTucker Rocky.
Quality, performance, and value are what Trac Dynamics is all about, where do they go from here? Stay tuned...