Indian Motorcycle has unveiled the new Indian Scout Bobber. Technically, the Scout Bobber achieves minor alterations and they are also purely aesthetic. It obtains knobby tyres, chopped fenders, a molded leather seat and a muscular stripped look.
From September the bike will be accessible in the US and is predictable to be unveiled in India too, with a slight premium at Rs 12.99 lakh (ex-showroom price, New Delhi). Naked down and blacked out, the bike lends a minimalistic advance to hostile street style.
The brooch on the fuel tank is all-new with bold block letters, a little shroud, new engine covers and smaller bar-end mirrors. The bike’s handlebar has been swapped for a new tracker-style handlebar and the footpeg position has been altered to make it tighter for a more sleek riding profile.
The Scout Bobber is accessible in five shades – Bronze Smoke, Indian Motorcycle Red, Star Silver Smoke, Thunder Black, and Thunder Black Smoke.
Other features, the engine, gearing and brakes all stayed the similar but the travelling position and suspension has been altered to give the bike a dissimilar riding feel. The Scout Bobber is motorized by the similar 1131 cc, v-twin engine with peak power of 100 bhp and 97.7 Nm of torque and with a six-speed transmission.