Limited Edition Scout 100th Anniversary Highlights Indian’s 2020 Scout Lineup

Limited Edition Scout 100th Anniversary Highlights Indian’s 2020 Scout Lineup

© 2019, Roadracing World Publishing, Inc. From a press release issued By Indian Motorcycle:.


Indian Motorcycle Also
Unveils Three New Exhaust Options for Scout

, America’s first motorcycle company, today announced its
2020 Scout lineup, highlighted by two new models that pay homage to the
100-year legacy of the iconic Indian Scout – the Scout Bobber Twenty and the
limited edition Scout 100th Anniversary. Also for 2020, Indian
Motorcycle is introducing a selection of new Scout touring accessories,
including a color-matched quick release fairing with a two-inch windshield and weather
resistant semi-rigid quick release saddlebags.
New Indian Motorcycle performance accessories include a stage 1 shorty slip-on
muffler kit, and an all-new 2-into-1 full exhaust system, both of which will provide
a significant performance upgrade.

“The Indian Scout has stood the test of time
as one of the most influential, iconic and recognizable motorcycles in the
world,” said Reid Wilson, Vice President for Indian Motorcycle. “100 years is
an incredibly special milestone, and it made perfect sense to honor Scout’s
history and legacy with these two heritage-inspired 2020 models.”

In 1919, Indian Motorcycle announced the
world’s first Scout motorcycle with the 1920 model year Scout. In celebration
of the Scout’s 100th birthday, Indian Motorcycle has created a
premium and collectible Scout 100th Anniversary model, limited to 750
produced globally. The special anniversary edition takes styling cues from the
original Scout, highlighted by its striking paint scheme of Indian Motorcycle
Red with Anniversary Gold trim. The
bike’s finishing touches include a desert tan genuine leather solo saddle seat,
color-matched Scout 100th Anniversary badge, black wire wheels, beach
bars, luggage rack and chrome finishes to complete the heritage-inspired
throwback styling. The Scout 100th Anniversary is priced at $15,999.

The “Twenty” in Scout Bobber Twenty also pays
homage to the original 1920 Scout, as do several of the bike’s unique features,
including wire wheels and a floating saddle. The 2020 Scout Bobber Twenty
delivers ‘old school’ bobber style with relaxed ergonomics. Scout Bobber Twenty
features an old-school mix of chrome and blacked-out finishes, 10-inch ape hanger
handlebars, and comes in three colors: Thunder Black (ABS or non-ABS),
Sagebrush Smoke (ABS) and Burnished Metallic (ABS). Pricing starts at $11,999 for
non-ABS and $12,899 for ABS.

In addition to the two new heritage-inspired
Scout models, the 2020 Scout lineup also includes the return of Scout, Scout
Sixty and Scout Bobber. All 2020 Scouts receive key feature upgrades, including
new floating rotors, calipers and master cylinders for improved braking
performance. All Scout Bobbers will receive new Pirelli MT60RS tires, while the
2020 Scout features a sport seat and passenger pegs.

2020 Scout models with ABS will be available
in several new colors. The Indian Scout Sixty, starting at $8,999, is
available in Thunder Black, Burgundy Metallic and Pearl White over Titanium
Metallic. With a starting price of $11,499, the Indian Scout is available
in Thunder Black, White Smoke, Deepwater Metallic, Metallic Jade over Thunder
Black and Indian Motorcycle Red over Ivory Cream with Gold Pinstripe. The
Indian Scout Bobber, with an exciting new starting price of $10,999,
is available in Thunder Black, Thunder Black Smoke, Deepwater Metallic, Bronze
Smoke and White Smoke. All non-ABS Scout models will be offered exclusively in
Thunder Black.

The 2020 lineup of new exhaust and muffler
options significantly modify the overall look of the Scout family while increasing
horsepower by over 10%. The new options include the stage 1 2-into-1 full exhaust
system and the stage 1 shorty slip-on muffler kit – both available in chrome or
matte black. The new exhaust options expand on Indian Motorcycle’s existing
array of Scout performance accessories and fit with any 2019 and 2020 Scout

For riders looking to tour on their Scout,
Indian Motorcycle is introducing a handful of new accessories that will help
the trip last longer. A brand new, color-matched quick release fairing with a two-inch
windshield is available for all model years of Scout and Scout Sixty and comes
with the option to change to either a five-inch or seven-inch windshield. To
complete the touring package, riders can add the solo luggage rack (available
in chrome and now in gloss black) and a solo rack bag. In winter 2019, riders
can add the brand new semi-rigid quick release saddlebags. With additional
Indian Motorcycle accessories, a rider can customize their Scout Bobber with a rider
comfort seat or add more aggressive style to Scout and Scout Sixty with bar end
mirrors, smoked turn signal lenses, tinted windshields, and varying handlebars
and foot controls to achieve the perfect fit for the rider and passenger.

Arriving at dealerships now, riders can learn
more or test ride by visiting a local Indian Motorcycle dealership. For more
information on the 2020 Scout lineup, or to find the nearest dealer, visit and follow
along on Facebook,
Twitter and Instagram.


Motorcycle Company is America’s First Motorcycle Company®. Founded in 1901,
Indian Motorcycle has won the hearts of motorcyclists around the world and
earned distinction as one of America’s most legendary and iconic brands through
unrivaled racing dominance, engineering prowess and countless innovations and
industry firsts. Today that heritage and passion is reignited under new brand
stewardship. To learn more, please visit

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