First up is the 2020 Indian Scout 100th Anniversary, painted in the brand’s classic Indian Motorcycle Red with Anniversary Gold trims as highlights. The solo seat comes in tan leather, with a luggage rack on the rear fender. Chrome parts adorn the bike, contrasting with the black wire-spoked wheels. Up front, the bike is equipped with a beach-bend handlebar, and a Scout 100th Anniversary badge by the engine.
Second in line is the 2020 Indian Scout Bobber Twenty, sporting a more relaxed ergonomic fit with the help of a 10-inch Ape-Hanger handlebar. The solo leather saddle comes in a darker shade than its red counterpart, but shares similar wire-spoked wheels. This model is available in an array of colors including Thunder Black, Sagebrush Smoke, and Burnished Metal, all three of which are graced with chrome and blacked-out externals.
For those interested, the 2020 Indian Scout 100th Anniversary — limited to 750 units — is going for $16,000 USD whilst the 2020 Indian Scout Bobber Twenty is at a more affordable $12,000 USD. To learn more, head over to Indian Motorcycle’s site now.
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