Indian Introduces a Legend in Two-Tone

Click Here to Begin Slideshow All images courtesy indianmotorcycles.com Indian Motorcycles are one of the oldest and most-respected brands of American-made motorcycles. Some would say they’re better or more appreciated than Harley-Davidson, while others would put them right behind Harleys in those two categories. Either way, they’ve been motorcycle innovators for as long as they’ve been in business, and they’ve recently introduced a new twist on one of their legendary bikes. The Indian Scout is now available in two-tone, instead of just a single-color paint scheme.

Indian Introduces a Legend in Two-Tone

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All images courtesy indianmotorcycles.com

Indian Motorcycles are one of the oldest and most-respected brands of American-made motorcycles. Some would say they’re better or more appreciated than Harley-Davidson, while others would put them right behind Harleys in those two categories. Either way, they’ve been motorcycle innovators for as long as they’ve been in business, and they’ve recently introduced a new twist on one of their legendary bikes. The Indian Scout is now available in two-tone, instead of just a single-color paint scheme.

About the Indian Scout

The Brilliant Blue over red and white color scheme really pops.

Indian’s Scout has lightweight, modern chassis. The bike has a low center of gravity that gives it excellent balance, whether you’re riding around town or cruising the highway. For power, it’s got a V-Twin engine that produces 100 horsepower and is liquid-cooled. The engine winds quickly and easily and delivers power that won’t quit.

Pick from an Array of Parts and Accessories to Build Your Scout YOUR Way

All Scouts in the bright two-tone color schemes receive a large Indian head logo on both sides of the gas tank. The more subdued color schemes receive the Indian name in flowing script.

Indian Motorcycles gives you a variety of options beyond the color scheme of the bike to completely customize your bike. For example, there are several exhaust tips and exhaust caps you can choose from. If you want to cruise with your significant other, you can choose the two-up touring package that adds a second seat and saddle bags. In fact, Indian lets you choose different handlebars - extended, normal, or reduced reach - different lights, pegs, floorboards and much more.

Available color schemes include flat black (Thunder Black) over grey accents, a light silver-white (Silver Smoke) with light grey accents, Thunder Black Smoke with grey accents and Ivory Cream with dark grey accents. For more standout colors there’s the option of Burgundy Metallic over grey, Brilliant Blue over white and red and Indian Motorcycle Red over Thunder Black. All color options come standard with a tan leather solo seat.

Starting MSRP of the Scout from Indian Motorcycles with the two-tone color package is about $13k. See you on the road!

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Mike's love of cars began in the early 1970's when his father started taking him to his Chevron service station. He's done pretty much everything in the automotive aftermarket from gas station island attendant, parts counter, mechanic, and new and used sales. Mike also has experience in the amateur ranks of many of racing's sanctioning bodies.
  • Drew

    UGH…………..Good Lord “Indian”…………….Do YOURSELF (and almost EVERY OTHER Cruiser-lover) a FAVOR………….and BRING BACK “Victory” Motorcycles!!! PLEASE??? What in the bloody world were You THINKING,axing that model lineup??? Frankly,I’ve NEVER ONCE cared for the “styling” of ANY Indian-bike (despite their original 1933 Indian-4 models) so do us ALL a favor,and LEAVE that hideous 1920’s-30’s styling BACK in the past where it belongs!!! Thank-You.

  • George Polidoro Jr

    Indian hasn’t really been in business all that long (successfully anyway).

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