100 Years Since the First Scout
Indian Motorcycle has a milestone to celebrate. This year marks the 100th anniversary of the Scout motorcycle. Obviously it’s not 100 years all in succession, but 100 years nonetheless from the first bike to wear the Scout name. The celebrate that fact, the company has a couple of special versions of the Scout along with the rest of the lineup. Indian announced the full Scout lineup recently, according to RideApart.
The New Scout Models
We reported that there would be two new versions of the Scout. Now they’re here. The first is the Scout 100th Anniversary it has a livery that’s red and gold like the original 1920 Scout. It also gets tan leather, black spoked wheels, and plenty of chrome. The price is set at $15,999, and Indian will make 750 of them.
The second bike is the Scout Bobber Twenty. Twenty in this instance refers to 1920. The bike is a more contemporary style, with black ape hanger handlebars, a brown leather floating seat, spoke wheels, and blacked-out exhaust tips. The motorcycle comes in either black, metallic red, or matte forest green. It starts at $11,999.
The Rest of the Lineup
The rest of the Scout lineup returns for 2020. Indian will still make the Scout Sixty, Scout Bobber, and Scout. Upgrades to these models include floating brake discs, calipers, and master cylinder. The bobber gets Pirelli MT60RS tires.
Pricing hasn’t changed at all for these models from the 2019 model year. That puts the Scout Sixty at $8,999. The Scout Bobber comes with a $10,999 price tag. The 2020 Scout comes with a price tag of $11,499.