Indian Scout Information:
The Indian Scout is one of the most famous models from the Indian Motorcycle Company. Production ran for three decades from 1919 until 1949. It, along with the Indian Chief were the most important models to ever come from the company. Many consider the 101 Scout, a model made from 1928 until 1931 as the best motorcycle Indian ever produced.
In 1932, a second line of Indian Scout motorcycles was introduced with a heavier frame. This, along with the Standard Scout, replaced the 101 Scout. The company also made military versions of the Indian Scout that were used throughout WWII by American and ally armed forces.
The Indian Scout was revived in 2015 after Polaris Industries purchased the Indian Motorcycle company in 2011. The new model is a cruiser style bike featuring 1,133 cc V-twin engine. In 2016, a less expensive model, the Scout Sixty was introduced, featuring a 999-cc engine. A unique feature of the newer line of Indian Scouts is the addition of a USB port so you can charge your devices on the go.
In addition to the Indian Scout and the Scout Sixty, another model called the Scout Bobber is available for sale. The Bobber is similar to the other bikes, but features a darker tone and a stripped-down look compared to other bobbers.