Indian Scout Bobber Twenty tested in AmV105

Andy H Harley-Davidson, Indian Leave a Comment

High bars and a low seat on a powerful middleweight are the ideal ingredients for a bobber designed to compete on the mean streets, and the Scout Bobber Twenty – named for the Centenary of the original Scout’s launch and the unsprung solo seat liberated the accessory catalogue for the purpose – is no exception.

We put it through its paces in the digital American-V 105 – which will be printed in the omnibus edition edition – and having stood the bars up a bit, come away impressed by the form, function and performance of Indian’s coolest Scout, as it awaits the competition that is coming from both the redesigned street Chiefs and Harley-Davidson’s liquid-cooled DOHC “Performance Custom” family.

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