Indian introduces the new Scout Bobber Sixty
Indian gave their Scout Sixty the Bobber treatment in a new, old-school bike.
The Bobber Sixty is a smaller capacity version of its larger Scout Bobber, bringing the blacked out styling and retro detailing of the most powerful bike.
Reid Wilson, Vice President of Indian Motorcycle, said, “We’re very excited to offer an old-school Bobber at a lower price. We are proud to offer such a dynamic offering at a price that makes ownership of an Indian Motorcycle extremely accessible to an even wider range of riders.
With a clean style and an accessible price, the new #ScoutBobberSixty keeps its bobber roots without any apologies. Shipping to dealerships now and from $8,999.https://t.co/N5mVvGk3Rc#indianmotorcycle pic.twitter.com/wvYlKIZK8z
— Indian Motorcycle (@indianmotocycle) March 6, 2020
Coming as the second “Sixty” model – due to its use of a 60 cubic inch engine – it arrives with 78 hp, which helps make this Indian A2 license-friendly.
In terms of styling, the Bobber Sixty gets the trademark “bobbed” rear fender, dual exhaust pipes and a blacked out engine. The flagship has also been lightened, while it uses a set of newly designed 16-inch alloy wheels.
There are also two paint colors to choose from – and they’re both black.
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