Expanding on the Scout platform, Indian has introduced a new model called the Scout Bobber. Featuring the Scout’s 100 hp v-twin engine and frame, the Bobber gets several changes.
Blacked-out details abound, including the wheels, frame, exhaust, handlebars, mirrors, headlight nacelle … and even the gauges.
Perhaps the biggest cosmetic change is the logo on the tank, which features a huge font spelling out Indian. Unique front and rear fenders are shortened, as is suspension travel in back (down from 3″ to 2″).
The ergonomics differ from the Scout with the foot pegs moved back an inch and a half and a unique handlebar an inch and a half closer to the rider. The Bobber also has an unique tail light and license plate holder (pictured), as well as knobby tires.
Four color options are available, and pricing ranges from $11,499 to $12,499. Take a look at Indian’s web site for additional details.
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