American iconic motorcycle
manufacturer Indian Motorcycle has launched the newest member of the Scout
family, the Indian Scout Bobber. The Scout Bobber is powered by liquid cooled,
Thunder Stroke 111 V-Twin and is coupled to a 6-speed transmission. The Indian
price of the motorcycle would be announced soon.
Pankaj Dubey, Country Head and
Managing Director, Polaris India Pvt. Ltd said, “The launch of the Scout Bobber
in India will take the biking experience to new peaks and command respect for
Indian Motorcycle on the streets. It has a raw and mechanical look which will
stand out from the crowd. The minimalistic styling that the Bobber has to
offer, along with the low-rise profile will give the rider a more aggressive
riding position to take control over the urban roads with ease. It may be
stripped down, but at the same time it delivers a ton of power and attitude.”
The key features include a
black headlight nacelle, minimal engine covers and vented exhaust shields. The Scout Bobber has a black gauge face on
its instrument panel and black exhaust which adds to its blacked-out styling.
The new block letter logo on the tank compliments the muscular look of the
The handle bars and pegs have
moved 38mm closer to the rider giving an aggressive riding position. The front
and rear Chopped Fenders and a new two-tone genuine leather bobber seat enhance
the raw styling. The all-new knobbly
tyres and blacked-out wheels will keep the rider grounded and help in overall
rider confidence and control.
The touring comfort can be
further enhanced with a full line of accessories including the Scout Bobber
passenger seat with sissy bar, Scout Bobber Solo Rack Bag & Saddlebag. The
new Scout Bobber would be available in five colours, including Thunder Black,
Star Silver Smoke, Bronze Smoke, Indian Motorcycle Red, and Thunder Black
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