Indian has given its Scout Sixty the Bobber treatment in an old-school looking new bike.
The Bobber Sixty is a smaller capacity version of its larger Scout Bobber, bringing the more powerful bike’s blacked-out styling and retro detailing.
Reid Wilson, vice president of Indian Motorcycle, said: “Bringing a stripped-down, old-school Bobber at a lower price is something we’re very excited about. We’re proud to provide such a dynamic offering at a price point that makes owning an Indian Motorcycle extremely attainable to an even wider range of riders.”
With stripped-down styling and an accessible price point, the new #ScoutBobberSixty keeps its Bobber roots without any excuses. Shipping to dealers now and starting at $8,999.https://t.co/N5mVvGk3Rc#indianmotorcyclepic.twitter.com/wvYlKIZK8z
— Indian Motorcycle (@indianmotocycle) March 6, 2020
Coming as the second ‘Sixty’ model – owing to its use of a 60 cubic inch engine – it arrives with 78bhp which helps to make this Indian A2-licence-friendly.
In terms of styling, the Bobber Sixty gets the trademark ‘bobbed’ rear mudguard, twin exhaust pipes and a blacked-out engine. The headlight has been slimmed down too, while it uses a newly designed set of 16-inch alloy wheels.
There are also two paint colours to choose from – and they’re both black.
The Bobber Sixty comes in at £9,995, £1,890 cheaper than the larger-capacity bike. Order books are open now, and first deliveries are expected in the spring.