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Indian Motorcycle Scout / Scout Sixty Design

  • Inspired by the original 1920 Scout
  • New two-up seating
  • Lots of bling with premium chrome
  • Integrated USB port

Reintroduced for 2015 after over a decade-long hiatus, the Scout has a long and illustrious heritage dating back to 1920. Bigger than a café racer, but smaller than what I consider a cruiser, the Scout fits into an in-between class that I call a bar-hopper and Indian calls "mid-size." Fair enough. Spec-wise, the 2021 Scout is essentially a carry-over from last year, which isn’t a bad thing.

New-from-2016 was the Scout Sixty. Rolling on the same chassis as the Scout, the Sixty has a smaller engine for "a confidence-inspiring ride," according to the folks at Indian. The Scout and the Scout Sixty have cut-down fenders — unlike much of the Indian lineup with valenced fenders — and lacks the iconic fender-mounted war bonnet. Still, they’re Indian in all the right places. The fat 130-series front tire gives the Scout a great bit dose of American-cruiser styling.

Let’s start with the very cruiser-esque low, low seat height of 26 inches. Shorties take note, but for anyone of medium height or taller, though, you might feel a bit clam-shelled with your feet forward and your butt so low. With a low center of gravity, the Scout handles like a dream. It is nimble and quick, easy to lean into the corners and the lean angle lets you get a little aggressive in the curves, so you will really have to work at it if you want to drag a peg. In keeping with the classic look, the speedometer has a decidedly vintage dial and instrumentation is basic. Warning lights are small and hard to see in the daylight, but that is the norm when the sun is bright.

Make no mistake about the Scout’s intended purpose. This is not a commuter bike, though it could be used as such. You ride this bike because you want to spend time with your fists in the wind and have fun with no particular place to go or be. The solo seat says you don’t want company, so don’t even ask. For 2020, two-up seating comes standard on the Scout.

Indian Motorcycle Scout / Scout Sixty Chassis

  • Balance of straight-line stability and eagerness in the corners
  • ABS
  • Low seat height
  • Positive acceleration
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2020 Indian Scout Guide

2020 Indian Scout

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THE ICON IMPROVED.

2020 Indian Scout:

The iconic Indian Scout features a 69-cubic inch, liquid-cooled V-twin that puts out 100 horsepower. It rides into 2020 with an updated sport seat and passenger pegs, as well as floating rotors, new calipers, and master cylinders for improved braking performance. The Scout receives several new color
options, including White Smoke, Metallic Jade over Thunder Black, and Indian Motorcycle Red over Ivory Cream with Gold Pinstripe. Scout will continue to be offered in Thunder Black and Metallic Jade. All Scout models come standard with ABS. A non-ABS option is available in Thunder Black.

2020 Indian Scout Totalmotorcycle.com Key Features

INDIAN MOTORCYCLE HONORS SCOUT’S 100-YEAR LEGACY IN 2020 WITH SCOUT BOBBER TWENTY & LIMITED EDITION SCOUT 100th ANNIVERSARY MODELS

Indian Motorcycle Also Unveils Three New Exhaust Options for Scout

MINNEAPOLIS (September  3, 2019) – Indian Motorcycle, America’s first motorcycle company, today announced its 2020 Scout lineup, highlighted by two new models that pay homage to the 100-year legacy of the iconic Indian Scout – the Scout Bobber Twenty and the limited edition Scout 100th Anniversary. Also for 2020, Indian Motorcycle is introducing a selection of new Scout touring accessories, including a color-matched quick release fairing with a two-inch windshield and weather resistant semi-rigid quick release saddlebags.  New Indian Motorcycle performance accessories include a stage 1 shorty slip-on muffler kit, and an all-new 2-into-1 full exhaust system, both of which will provide a significant performance upgrade.

“The Indian Scout has stood the test of time as one of the most influential, iconic and recognizable motorcycles in the world,” said Reid Wilson, Vice President for Indian Motorcycle. “100 years is an incredibly special milestone, and it made perfect sense to honor Scout’s history and legacy with these two heritage-inspired 2020 models.

In 1919, Indian Motorcycle announced the world’s first Scout motorcycle with the 1920 model year Scout. In celebration of the Scout’s 100th birthday, Indian Motorcycle has created a premium and collectible Scout 100th Anniversary model, limited to 750 produced globally. The special anniversary edition takes styling cues from the original Scout, highlighted by its striking paint scheme of Indian Motorcycle Red with Anniversary Gold trim.  The bike’s finishing touches include a desert tan genuine leather solo saddle seat, color-matched Scout 100th Anniversary badge, black wire wheels, beach bars, luggage rack and chrome finishes to complete the heritage-inspired throwback styling. The Scout 100th Anniversary is priced at $15,999.

The “Twenty” in Scout Bobber Twenty also pays homage to the original 1920 Scout, as do several of the bike’s unique features, including wire wheels and a floating saddle. The 2020 Scout Bobber Twenty delivers ‘old school’ bobber style with relaxed ergonomics. Scout Bobber Twenty features an old-school mix of chrome and blacked-out finishes, 10-inch ape hanger handlebars, and comes in three colors: Thunder Black (ABS or non-ABS), Sagebrush Smoke (ABS) and Burnished Metallic (ABS). Pricing starts at $11,999 for non-ABS and $12,899 for ABS.

In addition to the two new heritage-inspired Scout models, the 2020 Scout lineup also includes the return of Scout, Scout Sixty and Scout Bobber. All 2020 Scouts receive key feature upgrades, including new floating rotors, calipers and master cylinders for improved braking performance. All Scout Bobbers will receive new Pirelli MT60RS tires, while the 2020 Scout features a sport seat and passenger pegs.

2020 Scout models with ABS will be available in several new colors.  The Indian Scout Sixty, starting at $8,999, is available in Thunder Black, Burgundy Metallic and Pearl White over Titanium Metallic.  With a starting price of $11,499, the Indian Scout is available in Thunder Black, White Smoke, Deepwater Metallic, Metallic Jade over Thunder Black and Indian Motorcycle Red over Ivory Cream with Gold Pinstripe. The Indian Scout Bobber, with an exciting new starting price of $10,999, is available in Thunder Black, Thunder Black Smoke, Deepwater Metallic, Bronze Smoke and White Smoke. All non-ABS Scout models will be offered exclusively in Thunder Black.

The 2020 lineup of new exhaust and muffler options significantly modify the overall look of the Scout family while increasing horsepower by over 10%. The new options include the stage 1 2-into-1 full exhaust system and the stage 1 shorty slip-on muffler kit – both available in chrome or matte black. The new exhaust options expand on Indian Motorcycle’s existing array of Scout performance accessories and fit with any 2019 and 2020 Scout model.

For riders looking to tour on their Scout, Indian Motorcycle is introducing a handful of new accessories that will help the trip last longer. A brand new, color-matched quick release fairing with a two-inch windshield is available for all model years of Scout and Scout Sixty and comes with the option to change to either a five-inch or seven-inch windshield. To complete the touring package, riders can add the solo luggage rack (available in chrome and now in gloss black) and a solo rack bag. In winter 2019, riders can add the brand new semi-rigid quick release saddlebags. With additional Indian Motorcycle accessories, a rider can customize their Scout Bobber with a rider comfort seat or add more aggressive style to Scout and Scout Sixty with bar end mirrors, smoked turn signal lenses, tinted windshields, and varying handlebars and foot controls to achieve the perfect fit for the rider and passenger.

2020 Indian Scout Totalmotorcycle.com Features and Benefits

PERFORMANCE
The 2020 lineup of new exhaust and muffler options significantly modify the overall look, improve throttle response, offer a deeper exhaust note, and
increase horsepower by over 10%. New options include the stage 1 2-into-1 full exhaust system, the stage 1 shorty slip-on muffler kit – both available in chrome or black. The new exhaust options expand on Indian Motorcycle’s existing array of Scout performance accessories and fit with any 2019 and
2020 Scout model.

TOURING
Riders looking to tour on their Scout, can add Indian Motorcycle’s new, color-matched quick release fairing, which is compatible with all Scout and
Scout Sixty model years. The quick release fairing comes standard with a two-inch windshield, but riders have the option to upgrade to a five-inch or
seven-inch windshield. To complete the touring package, riders can add the solo luggage rack (available in chrome and now in gloss black) and a solo
rack bag. Available in late 2019, riders can add a pair of brand new, semirigid quick release saddlebags.

STYLE & FUNCTION
With additional Indian Motorcycle accessories, a rider can customize their Scout Bobber with a rider comfort seat, or add more aggressive style to
a Scout and Scout Sixty with bar end mirrors, smoke turn signal lenses, tinted windshields, and varying handlebars and foot controls to achieve the
perfect fit for the rider and passenger.

APPAREL
Indian Motorcycle is more than a brand name. It’s a symbol of everything we stand for. A rich heritage that, since 1901, has focused on one thing: the
ride. With Indian Motorcycle apparel, we stand united in that belief. T-shirts, jackets, boots, hats, helmets and more. Whether you’re riding or not, you can wear your heart on your sleeve.

ACCESSORIES

STAGE 1 2-INTO-1 FULL EXHAUST SYSTEM – STREET STYLE, OVER 10% MORE HORSEPOWER
This stage 1 2-into-1 full exhaust system gives your bike custom style and significantly
improved performance. With the Indian Scout 69-cubic-inch engine, you’ll experience
a horsepower gain of over 10% from this exhaust system, when combined with the
performance air intake (required; sold separately). This exhaust system runs from the
headers to the tips, and it produces a rich, throaty exhaust note that complements the
dynamic, lean-and-mean styling.

STAGE 1 SHORTY SLIP-ON MUFFLER KIT – CHOPPED STYLE, OVER 10% MORE HORSEPOWER
This stage 1 shorty slip-on muffler kit adds to your bike’s head-turning style and
significantly boosts your bike’s performance. With the Indian Scout 69-cubic-inch
engine, you’ll experience a horsepower gain of over 10%. These pipes produce a rich,
throaty exhaust note, and they have distinctive, shorter styling that’s clearly not stock.
Along with providing improved style and performance, and a growling exhaust note, they
feature Indian Motorcycle branding. Performance air intake required (sold separately).

QUICK RELEASE FAIRING – INSTANT STYLE, ALL-DAY COMFORT
This quick release fairing adds color-matched custom style along with excellent
wind and weather protection that can keep a rider fresher longer. This fairing can
be installed or removed in seconds – without tools – with integrated quick release
technology. The fairing is styled to complement the bike’s design, and it comes with a
low, 2-inch-tall tinted windshield. Accessory 5-inch and 7-inch tinted windshields are
also available (sold separately). Some models will require the headlight relocation kit
(sold separately) for installation.

QUICK RELEASE SEMI-RIGID SADDLEBAGS (AVAILABLE LATE 2019) – QUICK RELEASE CARGO, MODERN STYLE
These stylish quick release semi-rigid saddlebags install in seconds without tools and
add convenient, water-resistant cargo space to your bike. They have a roto-molded
interior bucket that holds its shape even when empty, and are covered in a durable, black
all-weather vinyl. The lid is hinged in the front and it latches securely in the rear. These
saddlebags deliver outstanding value and have room enough to hold the essentials.
They feature modern styling, contrast stitching, and Indian Motorcycle script logos. They
mount on quick release accessory mounting spools (required, sold separately).

2020 Indian Scout – Totalmotorcycle.com USA Specifications/Technical Details
US MSRP Price: $11,499 – $13,399
USD
Canada MSRP Price: $14,499 – $16,399 CDN
Europe/UK MSRP Price: £ See Dealer for Pricing in GBP (On The Road inc 20% Vat)
Australia MSRP Price: See Dealer for Pricing in AUS

ENGINE: LIQUID-COOLED V-TWIN (60 DEGREES)
Engine DOHC, 4-valves per cylinder, semi-dry sump
Transmission 6-speed, constant mesh / foot shift
Battery 12 volts, 13 amp/hour, 230 CCA
Bore x Stroke 3.898″ x 2.898″ (99 mm x 74 mm)
Charging System 35 amp max output
Clutch Wet, multi-plate
Compression Ratio 10.7:1
Cooling System Liquid
Displacement 69 cu in / 1133 cc
Exhaust Split dual exhaust with cross-over
Final Drive Belt drive, 141 tooth
Fuel & Capacity 91 octane recommended, 3.3 gal (12.5 ltr)
Fuel System Electronic fuel injection, closed loop / 60 mm bore
Oil & Oil Capacity SAE 15W60, 4.5 qts (4.3 ltr)
Primary Drive Gear drive wet clutch
Horsepower 100 hp at 8100 rpm
Peak Torque 72 ft-lbs at 6000rpm (98 Nm @ 5900 RPM)

SUSPENSION
Front Suspension Telescopic fork, 41 mm diameter, 4.7 in (120 mm) travel, Cartridge type
Rear Suspension Dual shocks, 3.0 in (76 mm) travel, adjustable

CHASSIS
Dry Weight 558 lbs (253 kg) – without ABS
Ground Clearance 5.7 in (145 mm)
GVWR 988 lbs (449 kg)
Length 91.5 in (2324 mm)
Rake/Trail 29° / 4.7 in (120 mm)
Seat Height (Laden/Unladen) 25.6 in (650 mm) / 26.6 in (676 mm)
Wheelbase 62 in (1575 mm)

BRAKES
Brake System Type Individual front and rear control
Front Braking System Single 298 mm floating rotor with 2-piston calipers
Rear Braking System Single 298 mm floating rotor with 1-piston caliper

WHEELS & TIRES
Front Tire Pirelli® Night Dragon 130/90B16 67H
Front Wheel Cast 16″ x 3.5″ (406 mm x 89 mm)
Rear Tire Pirelli® Night Dragon 150/80B16 77H
Rear Wheel Cast 16″ x 3.5″ (406 mm x 89 mm)

COLORS & MSRP*
$11,499 US /$14,499 CAN Thunder Black (ABS)
$12,399 US /$15,399 CAN Deepwater Metallic (ABS)
$12,899 US /$15,899 CAN White Smoke (ABS)
$12,899 US /$15,899 CAN Metallic Jade over Thunder Black (ABS)
$13,399 US /$16,399 CAN Ruby Metallic over Pearl White (ABS)
$13,399 US /$16,399 CAN

*Does not include California emissions. Price subject to change.

2020 Indian Scout – Totalmotorcycle.com Canada Specifications/Technical Details

ENGINE: LIQUID-COOLED V-TWIN (60 DEGREES)
Engine DOHC, 4-valves per cylinder, semi-dry sump
Transmission 5-speed, constant mesh / foot shift
Battery 12 volts, 13 amp/hour, 230 CCA
Bore x Stroke 3.661″ x 2.898″ (93 mm x 73.6 mm)
Charging System 35 amp max output
Clutch Wet, multi-plate
Compression Ratio 11 : 1
Cooling System Liquid
Displacement 60 cu in / 999 cc
Exhaust Split dual exhaust with cross-over
Final Drive Belt drive, 141 tooth
Fuel & Capacity 91 octane recommended, 3.3 gal (12.5 ltr)
Fuel System Electronic fuel injection, closed loop / 54 mm bore
Oil & Oil Capacity SAE 15W60, 4.5 qts (4.3 ltr)
Primary Drive Gear drive wet clutch
Horsepower 78 hp at 7200 rpm
Peak Torque 65 ft-lbs at 5800 rpm (88.8 Nm at 5600 rpm)

SUSPENSION
Front Suspension Telescopic fork, 41 mm diameter, 4.7 in (120 mm) travel
Rear Suspension Dual shocks, 3.0 in (76 mm) travel, adjustable

CHASSIS
Dry Weight 560 lbs (254 kg) – without ABS
Ground Clearance 5.7 in (145 mm)
GVWR 988 lbs (449 kg)
Length 91.4 in (2322 mm)
Rake/Trail 29° / 4.7 in (120 mm)
Seat Height (Laden/Unladen) 25.6 in (650 mm) / 26.6 in (676 mm)
Wheelbase 62 in (1575 mm)

BRAKES
Brake System Type Individual front and rear control
Front Braking System Single 298 mm floating rotor with 2-piston calipers
Rear Braking System Single 298 mm floating rotor with 1-piston caliper

WHEELS & TIRES
Front Tire Kenda® K673F, 130/90-16 72H
Front Wheel Cast 16″ x 3.5″ (406 mm x 89 mm)
Rear Tire Kenda® K673, 150/80-16 71H
Rear Wheel Cast 16″ x 3.5″ (406 mm x 89 mm)

COLORS & MSRP*
$8,999 US /$10,999 CAN Thunder Black (ABS)
$ 9,799 US /$11,799 CAN Burgundy Metallic (ABS)
$10,299 US /$12,299 CAN Pearl White over Titanium Metallic (ABS)
$10,799 US /$12,799 CAN

*Does not include California emissions. Price subject to change.

Manufacturer Specifications and appearance are subject to change without prior notice on Total Motorcycle (TMW).

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Search “millennials and motorcycles” on Google and you find story after story claiming that Gen X’s successors are killing the industry. Deeper research indicates otherwise. A 2019 Progressive International Motorcycle Show survey of 2,008 participants with zero experience on a bike found 81 percent planned on getting their motorcycle endorsement, and 64 percent of those people were less than 35. While those surveyed were participants in the organization’s Discover the Ride initiative—giving unlicensed newbies the opportunity to dink around on an indoor track at 11 mph—the fact remains: All it takes is a cursory experience on a bike to get folks interested. Even millennials.

As a 28-year-old who just spent the past months putting my first miles on a mean machine from Indian, I’m not just an interested millennial, but a fully addicted fiend who can’t stay off the two wheels of high-octane fun stowed in the garage. And neither can my 60-year-old dad. Both of us had the truly once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to learn to ride side-by-side on the Indian Scout Bobber Sixty. The entry-level model debuted in 2020 as a more approachable version of the Scout Bobber that doesn’t skimp on the stripped-down retro look, and it remains the most recent offering in the Polaris-owned marque’s Scout lineup of cruisers for the 2021 model year.

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“The Scout Bobber Sixty is approachable for riders of all skill levels for a variety of reasons,” Indian Motorcycle Vice President Reid Wilson told Autoweek. “The 1000cc motor is powerful but not overpowering, while the bike’s light weight, nimble handling, and low center of gravity create a very rideable machine for everyone.” A 61 cubic-inch (1000cc) V-Twin cranks out 78 horsepower and 65 lb-ft of torque at 5,800 rpm. Compared to the Scout Bobber, the Sixty has eight fewer cubic inches (133cc) of cylinder volume, five gears instead of six, and costs $2,000 less at $8,999. That’s a virtually unbeatable price for any new cruiser with that large of an engine.

Before saddling up, we were advised to start at the Motorcycle Safety Foundation’s Basic RiderCourse, offered locally through ABATE (A Brotherhood Aimed Towards Education) of Iowa, my home state. Between eight hours of classroom instruction and 10 hours of hands-on riding, the course fast-tracks the time it takes to become comfortable with a motorcycle’s basic functionality, from performing a proper mount/dismount to clutch control and executing low-speed U-turns in a 20-foot box. Our instructor highlighted swerving, cornering, and balanced application of the front and rear brakes as the three key maneuvers to master. Most importantly, the core skills and strategies learned here can be potentially lifesaving on the road. (I’m speaking from experience—more on that later.)

Indian

The short time I spent riding ABATE’s bikes—16-hp, single-cylinder Suzuki TU250s—at 30 mph maximum on a closed course left me absolutely giddy to hop on the comparatively big, bad Indian. Regarding new rider suitability, a couple of strengths were apparent before I even hit the starter switch. The seat sits at an extraordinarily low 26.5 inches above the ground, easily accommodating my dad at six-foot-two-inches tall, me at five-foot-ten-inches tall, as well as significantly shorter riders. Built into the speedometer’s dial is a simple multifunction display with a toggle switch to bring up the odometer, tach, engine coolant temperature, and battery voltage—with no fancy touchscreens or smartphone connectivity to distract a newbie.

Instead, my focus was purely on feeling the bike, beginning with the glug-glug-glug sound when I fired up the V-Twin and its visceral synchronized vibration. I’ve driven a few supercars with massive, far-too-powerful engines, but none delivered anything close to the exhilarating sensory experience I felt sitting with a liter-bike between my legs.

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The hesitance I felt knowing the Scout Bobber Sixty is nearly five times as powerful as the tiny Suzuki faded almost immediately as I took my first long jaunt after obtaining my license. I set off to explore central Iowa’s plentiful low-traffic country roads, giving me my first opportunity to really rip the throttle through fourth gear. While quicker than most cars (including my 2012 Honda Civic SI), it’s not particularly speedy for a motorcycle—even in the cruiser category. But it felt extremely fast because I was used to the comfort of an enclosed cabin. Especially on the Scout Bobber Sixty with no windshield or fairings to redirect airflow around the rider, being pummeled by the atmosphere only heightens the sensation of moving at highway speeds for the first time. Needless to say the performance is plenty for a new rider to handle. By the end of the 50-mile trip, I’d smoothed out my gear shifting and I was feeling settled up to 65 mph.

Next up, with dad along for the ride, we headed to Ledges State Park, a scenic collection of timber, small bluffs, and a winding road descending about 1,000 feet over a mile. We leisurely rode down the path, charging through shallow water features created by flooding from a local river and dirtying our bikes, pants, and jackets in the process. I enjoyed how motorcycles leave you thoroughly exposed to the elements. Sure, you’re more vulnerable, but the trade-off is you’re also more in tune with surroundings.

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Which brings me to the trip back home. A vital piece of safety advice given during the RiderCourse was to “pretend to be invisible” on any public road, meaning you should always assume other drivers don’t see you and actively scan for potentially dangerous scenarios. I was leading on a highway when I spotted a shabby Ford Taurus wagon on a perpendicular frontage road looking like it was about turn into my lane. I backed down from 65 to 50 mph while watching with a keen eye before the vehicle—sure enough—entered my path. I applied strong pressure to both brakes to prevent a collision with only yards to spare. If I hadn’t been instructed with proper braking technique, I could have locked up the rear wheel and skidded into the back of the car or locked the front wheel and gone over the handlebars. And if I hadn’t been actively scanning, I would have certainly been in a nasty high-speed accident that could have left me (and my bike) seriously injured. The driver got a great look at my gloved third digit as we rode by.

As summer turned to fall, my dad and I continued to ride at least 10 miles almost daily. Differences in our riding styles emerged over time—I’m generally more aggressive, while he’s laid back. What’s great is that those differences didn’t prevent any father-son bonding. I was happy to sit back and let him determine the pace, and he would occasionally get a little feisty on the throttle. And when we weren’t together, neither of us were interested in driving our cars. He road into work every day for a month straight, and we even chose to ride solo during rainstorms on separate occasions. “I tried to remember what I learned in the RiderCourse,” he told me after his first experience on a wet road. “Ride in the car track, not the center of the lane. Use care when crossing painted surfaces. Slow down. I did all that and it worked. Riding wet is still more fun than driving dry.”

Winter has brought below-freezing temperatures, but we’re still motoring (Night Ranger reference courtesy of my dad). We’d both been dreading the day Indian Motorcycle contacted us and asked for their loaner bikes back...so we bought them.

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The 2020 Indian Motorcycle Lineup + Our Take On Each Model

Indian’s Lineup Gets Better in 2020

Indian Motorcycle has been putting out very good stuff lately. While not nearly as much of a juggernaut as Harley-Davidson, the company has waded into the American cruiser market and not looked back. It now has a great lineup and continues to expand. 2020 Should be a good year for the company.

Scout

2020 Indian Motorcycle Scout Sixty

2020 Indian Motorcycle Scout Sixty

The Indian Motorcycle Scout Sixty is the bike that starts off the Indian Scout lineup. The Scout name is iconic, and this bike is worthy of that name. Is it the fastest and the most extreme bike out there? Heck no, but it looks good and offers an Indian style unlike any other out there.

At the heart of the Scout Sixty is a modern liquid-cooled V-twin engine the 999cc mill puts out 78 hp and 65 lb-ft of torque. The engine is mated to a five-speed transmission. This bike gets a solo seat as standard equipment, so if you’re hoping to ride two-up, you’ll need to either change the seat or jump to a different model.

2020 Indian Motorcycle Scout Bobber

2020 Indian Motorcycle Scout Bobber

The Indian Scout model has turned out the be a pretty versatile machine. Hence the Scout Bobber. Indian has taken the Scout and used it to craft a bobber-style motorcycle. The machine offers a more badass look with bar-end mirrors and is mostly blacked-out.

The Scout Bobber gets the 1,133 liquid-cooled V-twin engine. This engine makes a little more power than the one in the Scout Sixty. You’re looking at an even 100 hp and 72 lb-ft of torque. The transmission also gains another gear, making it a six-speed.

2020 Indian Motorcycle Scout

2020 Indian Motorcycle Indian Scout

Next up, we have the Indian Scout. This model is designed to carry on the Scout name in all the best ways. It’s a machine that looks a lot like the Scout Sixty but adds to that equation the larger engine while keeping with the more classic cruiser aesthetics.

As I said, the bike has a 1,133cc liquid-cooled engine that makes a very respectable 100 hp and 72 lb-ft of torque. That’s not superbike quality power, but it’s plenty for most jobs. The engine sends power to a six-speed transmission, which then passes it on to the rear wheel.

2020 Indian Motorcycle Scout Bobber Twenty

2020 Indian Motorcycle Indian Scout Bobber Twenty

The Indian Motorcycle Scout Bobber Twenty takes the Indian Scout Bobber to a different level. It’s meant to commemorate the Indian bobbers of old. The motorcycle has lowered suspension, wire wheels, and the larger engine.

The bike has the larger Scout engine. It gets the 1,133cc V-twin engine that’s liquid-cooled that puts out 100 hp and 72 lb-ft of torque. The engine is mated to a six-speed transmission that then sends power to the rear wheel.

FTR

2020 Indian Motorcycle 1200 / 1200 S

2020 Indian Motorcycle 1200 / 1200 S

The FTR 1200 is a different kind of motorcycle for Indian. It’s a flat-track style motorcycle and Indian has been using this bike that way. It adds sportiness to the lineup that would otherwise be lacking. The 1200 S is the same motorcycle but takes the bike to new levels with improved parts and components.

The motorcycle gets a 1,200cc twin engine that makes 123 hp and 87 lb-ft of torque. That engine is mated to a six-speed transmission. Both the FTR 1200 and FTR 1200 S feature Brembo brakes. The FTR 1200 S gets fully adjustable suspension and lean-angle sensitive stability control.

Cruiser

2020 Indian Motorcycle Chief Dark Horse

2020 Indian Motorcycle Chief Dark Horse

Looking for an Indian cruiser the big and comfy and powerful? The Indian Chief Dark Horse is the bike for you. This blacked-out beauty features stunning good looks, surprisingly nimble handling for its size, and a roaring exhaust and modern features that will keep you happy for years to come. The bike takes from Indian Motorcycle’s rich history and brings those ideas to the modern age.

The Chief Dark Horse features the Thunder Stroke 111 V-twin engine with a displacement of 1,819cc. That engine churns out 119 lb-ft of torque. It’s mated to a six-speed manual transmission. There’s also plenty of accessories to make this Dark Horse your own.

2020 Indian Motorcycle Chief Vintage

2020 Indian Motorcycle Chief Vintage

The Indian Chief Vintage is exactly what it sounds like. The model takes the Chief design and takes it down a vintage path. The motorcycle is black and chrome and beautiful. It would look just as good next to some Indians of old as it does today. The bike really harkens back to Indian’s history.

The motorcycle gets a chrome out Thunder Stroke 111 V-twin engine. The motorcycle’s engine makes 119 lb-ft of torque and that engine is also mated to a six-speed manual transmission. This is a bit of a bigger bike and at home out on the open road.

Bagger

2020 Indian Motorcycle Challenger

2020 Indian Motorcycle Indian Challenger

The Indian Challenger is a new bike for the company. It’s a new bagger that will challenge the Harley-Davidson Road Glide directly. It’s a big American cruiser and it has been well-received so far. The bike has a direct challenge to Harley’s machine (so it’s aptly named) and it’s more modern, making it the more attractive option to many.

The bike features a new 1,770cc liquid-cooled V-twin engine. That engine makes a strong 122 hp and 128 lb-ft of torque. Pair that with a modern six-speed transmission and you have a motorcycle that gets up and goes. The bike also has a modern touchscreen interface and advanced features. It’s a heck of a bagger.

2020 Indian Motorcycle Indian Challenger Dark Horse

2020 Indian Motorcycle Indian Challenger Dark Horse

The Indian Challenger Dark Horse takes the regular Challenger to a more sinister level. The bike is blacked out and ready to rock. The motorcycle is also available in a couple of other colors, but the accents are black. It’s more or less the same bike just with different aesthetics.

The engine for the Dark Horse version of the Challenger is once again the Powerplus 108 V-twin. It’s powerful and modern and mated to that six-speed transmission. It’s all you could want and need, and the bike gets some fancy tech to play with inside the touchscreen infotainment system.

2020 Indian Motorcycle Chieftain Dark Horse

2020 Indian Motorcycle Chieftain Dark Horse

The Indian Chieftain Dark Horse is the fully-faired blacked-out bagger that’s ready to take on any highway or the open road. This motorcycle is designed to gobble up the miles and The Indian Ride Command infotainment system, comfortable saddle, impressive performance make it a great bike.

The motorcycle comes with the Thunder Stroke 116 V-twin engine. The motorcycle’s engine makes a strong 126 lb-ft of torque from a displacement of 1,900cc. That engine is mated to a six-speed transmission.

2020 Indian Motorcycle Springfield Dark Horse

2020 Indian Motorcycle Springfield Dark Horse

Indian’s Springfield Dark Horse is a special motorcycle with some ape hanger handlebars and no windshield or fairing. It’s a fists-in-the-wind kind of experience, but one that still comes with touring ability thanks to the strong engine and saddlebags.

The motorcycle gets the big Thunder Stroke 116 V-twin engine. That engine makes the same amount of power here as it does in the Chieftain. The transmission is the same, too. This bike is a real looker and it offers excellent performance.

2020 Indian Motorcycle Chieftain Elite

2020 Indian Motorcycle Chieftain Elite

Indian puts the Elite trim level of its motorcycles off in their own category, but I’m sticking them with their respective siblings. The bikes are just seriously upgraded versions of the standard machines. The Elite name brings with it upgraded parts and components. Think of it like Indian’s version of Harley’s CVO models.

The Chieftain Elite is a perfect example. It’s gorgeous and it gets more features than any other model out there like it. The bike still has the same Thunder Stroke 116 V-twin engine and the power output and transmission are the same. You’re paying extra for fancy features, and even better-looking paint job, and just more attention to detail all around.

Touring

2020 Indian Motorcycle Roadmaster Dark Horse

2020 Indian Motorcycle Roadmaster Dark Horse

Looking for a real-deal touring machine that has some serious attitude? The 2020 Indian Motorcycle Roadmaster Dark Horse is the right motorcycle for you. It features a large fairing, windshield, and plenty of luggage space.

Powering this touring machine is the Thunder Stroke 116 engine. The big V-twin makes 126 lb-ft of torque. The engine is mated to a six-speed transmission. It’s a good engine for long hauls and provides plenty of power to the bike.

2020 Indian Motorcycle Roadmaster

2020 Indian Motorcycle Roadmaster

Not a fan of the blacked-out aesthetics of the Roadmaster Dark Horse? Take a gander at the regular Roadmaster. This handsome machine brings some chrome and more attractive exterior to the equation as well as all the features and luggage that you’d want.

The motorcycle gets the Thunder Stroke 116 V-twin engine. That engine here makes plenty of power and 126 lb-ft of torque. The engine is mated to a six-speed transmission. The motorcycle is an attractive machine that also has all the content that you’d want.

2020 Indian Motorcycle Roadmaster Elite

2020 Indian Motorcycle Roadmaster Elite

The Roadmaster Elite is aptly named. The motorcycle is the top of the food chain when it comes to touring motorcycles from Indian. The bike features tons of features and amenities. The motorcycle is ready for any long ride you can think of.

The motorcycle features the Thunder Stroke 111. The big V-twin makes 119 lb-ft of torque. The motorcycle is a top-notch machine with beautiful paint, chrome, and more features and luggage space than you’ll know what to do with.

 

Sours: https://www.webbikeworld.com/2020-indian-motorcycle-models/

Indian scout 2020

2020 Indian Scout

There’s no question that the Indian Scout is a cruiser that takes you back with its classically styled headlight, seat, tank, wheels, and fenders giving a nod to the cruisers of yesteryear and in the 100th Anniversary edition’s case it really does—100 years back to be more specific. The 2020 Indian Scout is powered by the 1,133cc liquid-cooled V-twin and that along with its communicative chassis make it an easy-to-ride machine with easy-on-the-eyes styling. When we put the 2018’s rear wheel to the in-house dyno’s roller, we tracked 84.62 hp at 8,260 rpm and 63.85 pound-feet of torque at 3,220 rpm. Intermediate riders will be taking this machine for cruises down Main Street or to the coffee joint enjoying life’s simple pleasures.

2020 Indian Scout Reviews, Comparisons, And Competition

Against Harley-Davidson and Triumph the Indian Scout’s “neutral steering was maybe the most natural in town. It has a lovely motor and refined power delivery, and the chassis offers nice feel. It doesn’t necessarily do much wrong, but it doesn’t make us feel as cool as either of the other two or make up for it in performance.”

When it ran with the retro rides in 2014, our test rider said that “A low center of gravity makes you want to bury the Scout into every corner you approach, but then you're reminded it's a cruiser with a nasty screech from the footpeg feelers at the apex. That said, ridden within the scope of its design intent, it's hard to think of a finer, easier-to-ride new-style cruiser on the market.”

Indian Scout Updates For 2020

The Scout receives braking improvements with its new floating rotors, calipers, and master cylinders. The Scout also features an updated sport seat and passenger pegs. The Indian Scout is available as a base model at $11,499 (Thunder Black only) or in a variety of colors with ABS. These include Thunder Black, White Smoke, Deepwater Metallic, Ruby Metallic/Pearl White, Metallic Jade/Thunder Black which bring the price up to $12,899 for solid color and $13,399 for two-tone.

2020 Indian Scout Claimed Specifications

Price$11,499–$13,399
EngineLiquid-cooled DOHC V-twin
Displacement1,133cc
Bore x Stroke99.0 x 73.6mm
Horsepower100.0 hp @ 8,100 rpm
Torque72.0 lb.-ft. @ 6,000 rpm
Transmission6-speed
Final DriveBelt
Seat Height26.6 in.
Rake29.0°
Trail4.7 in.
Front Suspension41mm telescopic fork, nonadjustable; 4.7-in. travel
Rear SuspensionDual shocks; 3.0-in. travel
Front Tire130/90B-16
Rear Tire150/80B-16
Wheelbase62.0 in.
Fuel Capacity3.3 gal.
Claimed Dry Weight558 lb. (w/o ABS)
Sours: https://www.cycleworld.com/story/buyers-guide/2020-indian-scout/
Indian Scout Bobber LONG-TERM Review - 2 years+ and 15k miles Later

2021 INDIAN SCOUT DETAILS AND PRICING REVEALED | MANUFACTURER NEWS

18 September 2020 / Text Size (-)(+) / Print

Indian's 2021 Scout and Scout Bobber get new paint and bolstered accessories range

Indian Motorcycle’s robust Scout lineup offers both classically-styled and modernly-mean designs. Riders looking for more punch can enjoy the 69 cubic-inch (1133 cc), 100 horsepower, engine in the Scout and Scout Bobber.

This year’s 2021 Scout lineup receives a refresh with new paint colors – further enhancing the iconic style and lines of the bike. Colors like Stealth Gray on the Scout Bobber Twenty and Maroon Metallic Smoke on the Scout Bobber add to the aggressive, low profile look that riders love with Scout Bobber models.

Scout Accessories

Already a robust line of genuine Scout accessories, Indian Motorcycle is adding even more in 2021. With all-new Scout touring parts, riders can turn their city cruiser into a capable long-haul touring machine. A Scout Bobber low or mid wind deflector protects riders from the elements, while heated grips for all 2017-2021 Scout models keep your hands warm in cold weather conditions. In addition, a new fairing bag and semi-rigid saddlebags add stylish storage options. Finally, a color-matched quick release fairing with a two-inch windshield is available for all Scout models in new 2021 colorways.

Indian Motorcycle’s Scout performance upgrades can seriously change the overall attitude of any Scout. Exhaust and muffler options change the aesthetic, while increasing horsepower by over 10% when paired with the performance air intake. Options include the stage 1 2-in-1 full exhaust system and the stage 1 shorty slip-on muffler kit – both available in chrome and matte black.

Paint & Pricing

  • • Scout: Starting at $20,995, available in Thunder Black Smoke, Deepwater Metallic, White Smoke, and Maroon Metallic over Crimson Metallic.
  • • Scout Bobber: Starting at $19,995, available in Thunder Black, Thunder Black Smoke, White Smoke, Alumina Jade Smoke, and Maroon Metallic Smoke.
  • • Scout Bobber Twenty: Starting at $21,495, available in Thunder Black, Thunder Black Smoke, Stealth Gray, and Sagebrush Smoke.

For more information on the 2021 lineup, contact your local dealer.

Scout 

Scout Bobber

Scout Bobber Twenty

Sours: https://amcn.com.au/editorial/2021-indian-scout-details-and-pricing-revealed/

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2020 Indian Scout Bobber

\n \n Engine\n Liquid-cooled DOHC V-twin\n \n \n Displacement\n 1,133cc\n \n \n Bore x Stroke\n 99.0 x 73.6mm\n \n \n Horsepower\n 100 hp @ 8,100 rpm\n \n \n Torque\n 72.0 lb.-ft. @ 6,000 rpm\n \n \n Transmission\n 6-speed\n \n \n Final Drive\n Belt\n \n \n Seat Height\n 26.1 in. (Scout Bobber)/27.9 in. (Scout Bobber Twenty)\n \n \n Rake\n 29.0°\n \n \n Trail\n 4.7 in.\n \n \n Front Suspension\n 41mm telescopic fork, nonadjustable; 4.7-in. travel\n \n \n Rear Suspension\n Nonadjustable; 2.0-in. travel\n \n \n Front Tire\n 130/90-16\n \n \n Rear Tire\n 150/80-16\n \n \n Wheelbase\n 62.0 in.\n \n \n Fuel Capacity\n 3.3 gal.\n \n \n Claimed Dry Weight\n 552 lb. (Scout Bobber w/o ABS)/ 561 lb. (Scout Bobber Twenty w/o ABS)\n \n
Sours: https://www.cycleworld.com/story/buyers-guide/2020-indian-scout-bobber/


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