Indian’s been hyping their new FTR 1200 in the media for quite some time. Well, the wait is over, sports fans.
Kuryakyn and the Sturgis Buffalo Chip revealed the third and last installment of the “Rock, Rumble & Rebellion” bike build series at the 78th annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally.
Indian recently decided that bike builders without the professional identity and clout of the “Big Boys” deserve some recognition, so they created a competition they called “The Wrench,” in which they invited a number of home garage builders to submit their designs for others to vote on.
Indian’s Scout FTR750 has dominated in American Flat Track Racing since its introduction in 2017. Fans have been inundating the company’s social media accounts with requests (nay, demands) that the company build the Scout FTR for street use.
The Chieftain has been in production since 2014. The 2018 model is even more distinctive than previous editions.
Indian Motorcycles 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.
Polaris has announced that it will stop production of Victory Motorcycles, starting immediately. RIP to this H-D competitor.