Rider Magazine’s keen motorcycle feature writer Greg Drevenstedt has done it again. Bringing you an in-depth review of Indian’s newest Bobber version of the Scout, Rider Mag also links a number of reviews for past and similar models, just in case you’re interested in comparing new updates and features.
“Inspired by motorcycles stripped-down and hot-rodded by young veterans after World War II, the Scout Bobber takes a dark, less-is-more approach to styling,” Drevenstedt explains. “To set it apart from the standard Scout and give it an appropriately urban vibe, the Bobber’s exhaust, frame, handlebars, mirrors, cast aluminum wheels, primary and clutch covers, headlight nacelle and single-gauge instrument are all blacked out, the chunky tires have a semi-knobby tread pattern and the rear end has been cleaned up with a pair of LED stop/turn/tail lights and a side-mount license plate.”
Ready to read the entire review? Click on over to Rider Magazine’s 2018 Indian Scout Bobber review to get the full story behind Indian’s newest spin on one of their legendary models.