Indian Motorcycle has unveiled the Scout Bobber, a “stripped down,” low slung, blacked-out, minimalist motorcycle that looks mean and fast even standing still.
The company says the new “muscular” Indian Scout Bobber motorcycle represents a core passion of motorcyclists – connecting to the road without a need for anything unnecessary.
“The Scout Bobber is our most raw and mean machine to date, and the ultimate in the celebration of what motorcycling is about – a powerful engine, two wheels, and no plans of where to go,” said Indian Motorcycle’s marketing man Reid Wilson.
The Scout Bobber features a black headlight nacelle, minimal engine covers, a black gauge face on its instrument panel, black exhaust, chopped fenders front and rear and a new two-tone leather bobber seat. It’s powered by an American V-Twin engine with 100 horsepower.
The Indian Scout Bobber motorcycle goes on sale at dealers in the US and Canada in September, available in five colours: Thunder Black, Star Silver Smoke, Bronze Smoke, Indian Motorcycle Red and Thunder Black Smoke. Pricing starts at US$11,499.