Indian has added a new Scout model to the range, known as Rogue. New features give Scout Rogue an edgy look, including a quarter fairing, mini ape-hanger handlebars, sports style seat, blacked-out fenders and valve covers, and a 19-inch front wheel. The 100hp motor carries over from the regular Scout range.
“For so many motorcyclists, riding carries a rogue spirit – a bold statement of freedom and individuality that brings riders together – and Scout Rogue delivers that in spades,” said Aaron Jax, Indian Motorcycle Vice President. Scout is known for its style, and inspiring rider confidence with a low seat height and manageable weight and wheelbase.
Riders looking to personalise their ride can still do so with Rogue, enhancing performance, lighting, style, and comfort. For example, a smoother, more comfortable ride with increased suspension travel is possible by changing to adjustable piggyback rear shocks. Riders can then dial in their favoured compression and rebound damper settings.
A Pathfinder 5.75-inch Adaptive LED Headlight activates 15 individual beams based on the bike’s lean angle for better night riding visibility. Other items include an auxiliary tachometer with shift light, rider and pillion comfort seat upgrades, and various luggage carrying options.
The Rogue’s quarter faring and solo seat are also available to other Scout and Scout Bobber owners as accessories. They can be colour matched too. And finally there’s a Rogue clothing and gear collection.
The Scout Rogue is available in Black Metallic, Sagebrush Smoke, Black Smoke and Stealth Grey. It should dot down here in June and has a price tag of $23,995, including GST.
For more, check out www.indianmotorcycles.co.nz