Indian Motorcycle debuts new blacked-out Scout Bobber Sixty

Indian Motorcycle’s most recent model, unveiled Thursday, is the 2020 Scout Bobber Sixty, a stripped-down, a lot more lightweight and much less high priced version of its common Scout Bobber.

The most important dissimilarities from the Scout Bobber are a lesser engine — 999 cc (60 cubic-inch) in the Sixty vs . 1133 cc (69 cubic-inch) — and its body weight, at 22 kilos lighter, for a complete dry bodyweight of almost 472 lbs. It also receives a blacked-out motor, seat and new 5-spoke wheels, with choice of two paint finishes, gloss or matte black. Other new characteristics are an up to date tank badge, perch mount mirrors, all-new Pirelli road tires and a stripped-down headlight.

The powertrain is the exact same liquid-cooled V-twin that characteristics in the Scout Sixty and would make 78 horsepower and 65 pound-toes of torque, with a 5-pace gearbox. Duration is 2,223 mm, or 87.5 inches, about 2 inches shorter than the Scout Bobber, with a 1,576-mm (62-inch) wheelbase, which is practically the same. Foot pegs are 1.5 inches nearer to the rider, with tracker handlebars that attract the rider’s torso forward. The rear suspension is decreased, with a cartridge fork suspension up front.

Overall cost commences at $8,999, not which include desired destination, when compared to $10,999 and up for the Scout Bobber. Clients can pick from extra than 140 Indian extras to pimp their bike. They’re at this time shipping to U.S. and Canadian dealerships.

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