Мотоцикл Indian Scout Bobber – цена, фото и характеристики нового мотоцикла Индиан – рассказываем подробно

Indian Motorcycle Scout Bobber Design

  • Stripped down, blacked out, and badass
  • Street-tracker handlebar
  • Bar-end mirrors
  • USB port


Introducing Indian Scout Bobber – Indian Motorcycle
by Indian Motorcycle

I say “new” because the Scout moniker has been used in association with the Indian marque since 1920, and this is the first iteration under the Polaris umbrella. The factory took its popular Scout and beat it with the “custom stick” to give it a flavor not unlike what was coming out of shops and home garages back in the day. To call it “blackout” doesn’t do it justice; aside from the sheet metal, everything that can be black, is black, and of course, the Thunder Black models carry that achromatic finish all over.

All models come with polished elements on the engine that mimic the exposed pushrod tubes of old and a bit of bright badging on the engine as the only bits of bling. Both the front- and rear-fenders on the Scout Bobber are chopped, or “bobbed,” to their minimum effective size to create the bulk of the homejob-custom vibe the factory was going for. Of course, the rear suspension setup that mimics the geometry of the old rigid frames helps with that antique-custom look quite a bit, as do the side-mount tagholder and the bar-end mirrors. A headlight nacelle dresses up the front end with a radiator grille below that, admittedly, is fairly unobtrusive when viewed from the front, and all but disappears when viewed in profile, so I can’t really complain about aesthetics as far as the rad is concerned.

The 3.3-gallon, teardrop fuel tank makes a long, gentle slope down to the two-tone solo saddle that cups and supports your butt at a mere 25.6 inches off the ground and makes its own contribution to the classic-custom panache. Even the exhaust system does its bit with a blackout finish and shotgun-muffler arrangement that fits right in with the other elements. You can take the look even further with a trip through the accessories catalog where the laced wheels, mini-apes, and antique-style seats live. Again, you won’t be able to hit a specific historical model, but you can certainly adopt the spirit of an era.

использованная литература

  • Хэтфилд, Джерри (2001). Индийский разведчик . Motorbooks International. С. 32, 106–108. ISBN 0-7603-0813-6.
  • Гирдлер, Аллан (2002) . Харлей-Дэвидсон и индийские войны . Сент-Пол, Миннесота США: Международное издательство Motorbooks. ISBN 0-7603-1353-9.
  • Джонстон, Гэри (1995) . «Юнион Пасифик встречает Роя Роджерса». Классические мотоциклы . Твикенхем, Великобритания: Tiger Books International. С. 46–47. ISBN 1-85501-731-8.
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  • Уилсон, Хьюго (1993). «Индийский». Лучшая книга о мотоциклах . Лондон: Дорлинг-Киндерсли. п. 37. ISBN 0-7513-0043-8.
  • Уилсон, Хьюго (1995). “АЗ” мотоциклов “. . Лондон: Дорлинг Киндерсли. п.  . ISBN 0-7513-0206-6.

Indian Motorcycle Scout Bobber Specifications

Engine & Drivetrain:
Engine:Liquid Cooled V-Twin
Bore x Stroke:3.898 in x 2.898 in (99 mm x 73.6 mm)
Displacement:69 cu in (1,133 cc)
Compression Ratio:10.7:1
Horsepower:100 HP (74.7 kW)
Peak Torque:72 ft-lbs (97.7 Nm) @ 6,000 rpm
Electronic Fuel Injection System:Closed loop fuel injection / 60 mm bore
Exhaust:Split Dual Exhaust w/ Cross-over
Drive/Driven Clutch:Wet, Multi-Plate
Gear Ratios:(1st) 10.926:1, (2nd) 7.427:1, (3rd) 5.918:1, (4th) 5.022:1, (5th) 4.439:1, (6th) 4.087:1
Transmission/Final Drive:2.357:1
Transmission/Primary Drive:Gear Drive Wet Clutch
Front Suspension/Travel:41 mm Telescopic Fork – Cartridge Type/4.7 in (120 mm)
Rear Suspension/Travel:Dual Shocks/2.0 in (50 mm)
Rake/Trail:29.0° / 4.7 in (120 mm)
Lean Angle:29°
Front Brakes:Single / 298 mm Rotor / 2 Piston Caliper
Rear Brakes:Single / 298 mm Rotor / 1 Piston Caliper
Front Wheel/Tire:Cast 16 in x 3.5 in/ 130/90-16 73H
Rear Wheel/Tire:Cast 16 in x 3.5 in/ 150/80-16 71H
Dimensions & Capacities:
Fuel Capacity:3.3 gal (12.5 L)
Ground Clearance:4.8 in (123 mm)
GVWR:988 lb (449 kg)
Overall Height:45.4 in (1,154 mm)
Overall Length:87.5 in (2222 mm)
Overall Width:36.5 in (926 mm)
Seat Height:25.6 in (649 mm)
Weight (Empty Tank / Full of Fuel):537 lb (244 kg) / 554 lb
(251 kg)
Wheelbase:61.5 in (1,562 mm)
Gauges:Digital tachometer, odometer, trip meter, engine temp, and low fuel lamp
Lights:Headlight, tail/brake light, turn signals, license plate light, speedometer and indicator lights
└ 2018:Thunder Black, Bronze Smoke, Star Silver Smoke, Indian Motorcycle Red, Thunder Black Smoke
└ 2019:Thunder Black, Thunder Black Smoke, White Smoke, Bronze Smoke
└ 2020:Thunder Black, Thunder Black Smoke, Bronze Smoke, White Smoke, Deepwater Metallic, ICON Radar Blue, ICON Ruby Smoke, ICON Deep Brass Smoke
└ 2021:Thunder Black, Thunder Black Smoke, Maroon Metallic Smoke, White Smoke, Alumina Jade Smoke, ICON Indy Red, ICON Burnt Orange Metallic Smoke, ICON Thunder Black Azure Crystal
└ 2018:Thunder Black: $11,499, Colors : $11,999, Thunder Black Smoke w/ABS: $12,499
└ 2019:Thunder Black: $11,999, Thunder Black w/ABS: $12,799, Colors: $13,299
└ 2020:Thunder Black: $10,999, Thunder Black w/ ABS: $11,899, Colors: $12,399, ICON: $12,899
└ 2021:Thunder Black: $10,999, Thunder Black w/ ABS: $11,899, Colors: $12,399 – $12,899, ICON: $13,399

She Said

My wife and fellow motorcycle writer, Allyn Hinton, says, “I like the black-out look; very slick and sinister. The seat isn’t as comfortable as I would like and I’m kinda glad I don’t have anything down there that would get pinched on a bump ’cause I can see that happening. The center of gravity is low, so maneuvering is very balanced. The seat height is super low; those of us height-challenged folks will flat-foot it, no problem, but taller folks might feel a bit clam-shelled. It’s quite lightweight, of course, since it is a bobber. The engine has plenty of get-up-and-go and you will definitely feel the low-down grunt. I like it. It’s a bare-bones bike, which means when you ride, it’s just you and the machine. That can be a very nice feeling.”

Indian Motorcycle Scout Bobber Chassis

  • Better-than-average tracking at speed
  • Agile handling
  • ABS
  • Lowered rear suspension


The most interesting thing about the Scout Bobber frame is how it seems to mimic the hardtail geometry without going as far to sell the look as Harley-Davidson does with its Softails and their triangular swingarms. A coil-over shock lays over at a rather extreme angle to form the upper line of the Bobber’s open triangle. They work with a fairly standard, yoke-style swingarm to complete the assembly and articulate the rear wheel on two inches (50 mm) of travel.

Standard, 41 mm forks buoy the front end on 4.7 inches (120 mm) of travel, and they push the front wheel for a 61.5-inch wheelbase with a 29-degree rake and 4.7 inches of trail. Those steering figures are indicative of better-than-average tracking at speed with a 29-degree maximum lean angle and enough agility so that it doesn’t turn into a wrestling match in the corners.

Stopping duties fall to 298 mm rotors with a dual-piston anchor up front and single-pot caliper out back, and for the first time, ABS coverage is available on all colors as standard equipment and only the Thunder Black model comes with a non-ABS variant. Gotta’ say, I like that way of doing it better than the way the factory used to mix and match ABS and palette packages. The Bobber rocks some fat rubber with a 130/90 up front, a 150/80 out back and a 16-inch blackout rim all around to finish out the rolling chassis.

Front Suspension/Travel:41 mm Telescopic Fork – Cartridge Type/4.7 in (120 mm)
Rear Suspension/Travel:Dual Shocks/2.0 in (50 mm)
Rake/Trail:29.0° / 4.7 in (120 mm)
Lean Angle:29°
Front Brakes:Single / 298 mm Rotor / 2 Piston Caliper
Rear Brakes:Single / 298 mm Rotor / 1 Piston Caliper
Front Wheel/Tire:Cast 16 in x 3.5 in/ 130/90-16 73H
Rear Wheel/Tire:Cast 16 in x 3.5 in/ 150/80-16 71H

Технические особенности

В течение нескольких лет шла работа над созданием абсолютно нового поколения мотоцикла Indian Scout Bobber. Годы кропотливой работы не прошли зря. Этот мотоцикл способен на очень многое. Двигатель V-Twin выдает 100 лошадиных сил.

Новый двигатель — это настоящее инженерное произведение искусств. Достоинства: высокая мощность на холостых оборотах и удивительная эластичность. V-образный, 2-цилиндровый с жидкостным охлаждением мотор способен стать помощником для новичка, прощая ему неточности. А также продемонстрировать характер и динамику, что понравится истинным ценителям и знатокам мототехники.

Приятные детали:

  • рубленые крылья;
  • шины Knobby;
  • динамичный протектор шины;
  • номерной знак сбоку;
  • опускаемая задняя подвеска;
  • целенаправленное положение штифта;
  • рулевое колесо уличного трекера для низкого профиля.

Уверенности в безопасности во время движения Индиан Скаут Боббер придаёт сильнейший в своём классе момент тяги, который доступен уже с самых «низов». Мотор соединяется с 6-ступенчатой механической коробкой с потрясающим по ощущению и плавности переключением передач.

Технические характеристики

Тип двигателяV-образный двухцилиндровый жидкостного охлаждения, DOHC с 4-мя клапанами на цилиндр
Рабочий объем двигателя1133 см3
Мощность100 Л.С. (75 кВт)
Крутящий момент98 Нм
Впрыск топливаДроссельная заслонка 60 мм, лямбда зонд
Тип трансмиссииШестеренчатый привод, мокрое сцепление
Подвеска: передняя — тип/ходТелескопическая вилка/120 мм
Подвеска: задняя — тип/ходДвойные амортизаторы/76 мм
ТормозаОдинарные / диаметр диска 298 мм
Переднее колесо130/90-16 72Н
Заднее колесо150/80-16 71Н
Длина2311 мм
Ширина880 мм
Клиренс135 мм
Высота по сиденью635 мм
Объем топливного бака12,5 л
Вес (сухой/с полным баком)244 кг / 254 кг

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