Indian Scout FTR750 Flat Tracker

Mar 16, 2017

Category: Rides

Indian is America’s oldest native motorcycle brand, with their history dating back as far as 1901. In fact, in the 1910s, they were the largest motorcycle manufacturer in the world. And that history is tied intrinsically to the racetrack. As a celebration of that racing heritage, Indian has released their Scout FTR750 Flat Track Motorcycle for sale to the general public.

The exact same model bike that’s currently running in the American Flat Track series, this Scout motorcycle features a custom-built, fuel-injected, liquid-cooled, 750cc V-Twin engine. It – along with a centrally located airbox – is mounted to a super light steel frame and the body is finished off with carbon fiber panels – making for an incredibly quick little competition bike. Just keep in mind that, if you’re looking to pick up one of these little vintage-inspired dirt demons yourself, they are not street legal in their current condition. For information regarding price and availability, you can contact a dealer or head over to Indian’s website. [Purchase]

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