The stripped-down motorcycle shares its frame and engine with the Indian Scout and is priced at ₹12.99 lakh.

At India Bike Week 2017 in Goa, Indian launched its Scout Bobber for ₹12.99 lakh (ex-showroom, pan-India). The bare-bones bike shares its frame and powertrain with the Indian Scout.

The bike features a blacked-out headlamp surround, instrument cluster and exhaust. Compared to the Scout, this bike also has less chrome on the engine and gearbox covers. It’s fitted with a minimalist LED tail-light (with integrated stop and turn signals) and a dual-tone leather seat. The bike is powered by the same 1,133cc, V-twin engine, which makes 94hp and 97Nm, as the Scout. The only mechanical change is the bike’s shorter travel rear suspension. Indian has reduced an inch of rear travel with the use of shorter springs.

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