Indian Motorcycle is one of the world's oldest motorcycle manufacturers. From 1901 to 2019, the company has seen it all in their 118 years of making amazing motorcycles. Indian Motorcycle's Scout alone has been around for a century as it recently celebrated its 100th birthday. And to celebrate this occasion, Indian Motorcycle has unveiled two new models of the Scout; Scout Bobber Twenty and Scout 100th Anniversary. And being a company that never takes half measures, they have also introduced touring accessories to match the new models.









The new models Indian Scout Bobber Twenty and Scout 100th Anniversary special edition pay homage to the company's original 1920 Scout. The Scout Bobber Twenty is a stripped-back motorcycle and with its low down chassis, floating seat, wire-spoked wheels and ape hanger bars lend a bike a retro look and feel. Nostalgia at its best. Despite the retro feel, the motorcycle continues to be powered by the 1,133cc water-cooled V-twin. The 2020 Scout range has other modern touches too. The new models come equipped with upgraded front callipers, floating discs and a new master cylinder. Also, the wheels are now shod with Pirelli MT60RS tyres.

Talking about the Scout 100th Anniversary Special Edition, this one also comes with all the upgrades mentioned above and rides on the same frame and engine. But in addition to that, it is treated with a classic red livery and gold trim. Also added are a few 100th-anniversary badges just to make it clear that the motorcycle is a special edition. Not that it is needed with the colour scheme in place. The anniversary model also comes equipped with black wire-spoked wheels, a leather saddle, luggage rack and beach bars. Since it is a special edition, Indian Motorcycle will only be producing 750 examples of this motorcycle worldwide. As always, the bikes can be equipped with a vast range of touring accessories to truly make it your own.

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