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2015 Indian Scout Photo Gallery
Indian Motorcycle Co once again made waves in Sturgis with the debut of the 2015 Indian Scout.
Indian Motorcycle Co. resurrected a valuable member of its heritage line, the 2015 Indian Scout featuring a 69 cubic-inch liquid-cooled V-Twin and a rigid cast aluminum frame. Read the full review in the
2015 Indian Scout First Ride
The tapered tank has a modern design teamed with heritage-true logos. The fuel tank of the 2015 Indian Scout holds 3.3 gallons.
The 2015 Indian Scout comes in Thunder Black, Indian Motorcycle Red, Silver Smoke (matte finish) and Thunder Black Smoke (matte finish) with an MSRP of $10,999.
American Picker Mike Wolfe and Indian Motorcycle fan, actor Mark Wahlberg, helped unveil the 2015 Indian Chief in Sturgis.
The liquid-cooled 69 cubic-inch V-Twin of the 2015 Indian Scout puts out a claimed 100 hp and 72.2 lb-ft torque at 5900 rpm.
A small, round speedometer sits between the tapered bars of the 2015 Indian Scout.
Charlie Ransom of The American Motor Drome Co put on quite a show within the wooden walls of the Wall of Death.
The Scout is an important model for Indian Motorcycles who said this is the very first truly new Scout in 70 years.
With a 25.3-inch seat height and pullback bars, the 2015 Indian Scout is a viable choice for riders under six-feet-tall.
The 2015 Indian Scout has a rigid, cast aluminum frame. Getting the shock to perform correctly at that angle and connecting point was one of the major challenges of the project.
It was a festive affair in Sturgis Saturday night, August 2 as Indian Motorcycles pulled wraps off its 2015 Chief.
The 2015 Indian Scout felt light as soon as we stood it up of its kickstand, the lightness carrying over to handling and steering.
The 1133cc V-Twin of the 2015 Indian Scout revs higher than most cruisers, peaking out at almost 90 mph in second gear.
After spending a day in the saddle of the 2015 Indian Scout, we'd be very worried if we were its middleweight cruiser competitors.
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