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2018 First Look Indian Motorcycle Scout FTR1200

Unless you’ve been living under a rock or are in denial about your team getting completely owned by Indian Motorcycle’s flat-track racing team, the Wrecking Crew, chances are you’re aware of the recent leap from obscurity to the pinnacle of FT racing prowess under the Polaris umbrella. In honor of this recent success, and in an effort to ride the current wave of popularity and interest in this storied American brand, Indian has put together a street-legal ride fit for the masses; the Scout FTR1200 Custom. As the cleverly-ingenious name suggests, it’s based on the Scout platform, but any resemblance to the actual Scout seems to be solely in name and the general engine layout. In fact, let’s just shine on the whole Scout thing for the moment, and focus on what this bike actually is, shall we?

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KDJR, 8 yo American motorcycle racer, does a lot of motorcycle training via drills in a parking lot. This is one of the many cone drills we use called rows. The rows are so tight that he needs to transition (move) from left to right quickly in order make the next row. Also, he needs to use the all of the space in the row in order to make the turn. These types of drills are very popular in the mini gp world.

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Kristian Daniel Jr is an exciting young Motorcycle Road Racer (born 2009) out of Southern California who will be racing full time in Spain for the 2018 season.

He’s funny, handsome, very smart and has a sincere passion for racing and has come a long way in a very short period of time. After attending a MotoGP race in 2013 (age 4), he made his mind that he wanted to race Motorcycles. 2 months later, he learned to ride a bicycle and 2 weeks after that he had his first BMX race where he finished 2nd. It was obvious that he was a natural competitor.

After a lot of begging, he got his first motorcycle Christmas 2014, and that’s when he first rode. February 2015 he participated in his first Motorcycle Road Race, and pulled in a second place. He just completed the season and finished 4th in Overall Points in the M1-GP Sprint Series.

Following the American tradition, in July 2015 he began racing Flat Track with So Cal Flat Track Association. Again, he was immediately competitive and finished his first race in 3rd place. He has achieved 2 first place finishes and a hand full of 2nds and 3rds… not finishing one race off of the podium.

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Norton Teases Future 650cc Street Bike | 247MT

Norton is getting closer to releasing its next motorcycle, this one being a 650cc twin-cylinder street bike. As you can see above in the photo, courtesy of our friends at MotoFire, the Norton 650 will take a roadster form, with a positively vintage vibe. The bike will serve as a platform though, for several 650cc motorcycles, one of which will be the basis for an Isle of Man TT race bike. Said to make around 100hp, the Norton 650 would be a potent weapon in the Lightweight TT race class. It would also serve as a good counterpoint to Norton’s 1200cc superbike project.Though today we also see drawings of the machine (MotoFire has a couple more concepts that you should check out), we were expecting to see this model in the flesh in the fall…of last year. First teased back in August 2015, it is hard to say why the Norton 650 project is so far behind schedule, but the same was true for the British marque’s superbike project, so we’re not sure why we expected differently. An attractive machine though, we hope that Norton Motorcycles can get it to market before the vintage look has faded from the motorcycle industry. .

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2018 new Indian FTR1200 Flat Track street legal details & action photos

The Scout FTR1200 Custom takes inspiration from the Scout FTR750 flat track race bike that Indian’s “Wrecking Crew” piloted throughout a dominating Championship season in the 2017 American Flat Track Series. Built in partnership with Indian’s race team, this one-off custom houses the Scout’s street-legal 1133cc V-Twin engine.
As well as honouring Indian’s race team of Jared Mees, Bryan Smith and Brad Baker, the Scout FTR1200 Custom serves as an exploration of how Indian could expand brand perception around the world, with exciting new offerings that are relevant to a wider-ranging consumer set.
Out of the 18 flat track races that took place in 2017, the Indian Wrecking Crew took 37 of the 54 podium positions available, including six podium sweeps and 14 race wins, bringing Indian the manufacturer’s title and Mees his fifth AMA Grand National Championship.
Not only that, Mees, Smith and Baker swept the 2017 AFT Championship – placing 1st, 2nd and 3rd, respectively.
Mees tallied 10 wins out of 18 races and set a new single-season record of 17 finishes on the podium, while Smith was on the podium nine times, with four wins, three runner-ups and two third-place finishes. Baker tallied 10 podiums, despite being out with an injury and unable to compete in the final two races. He earned five runner-ups and five third-place finishes.
Indian was thrilled to host the Wrecking Crew at the EICMA show in Milan to unveil the Scout FTR1200 Custom. The President of Motorcycles, Steve Menneto, said: “We built this bike to celebrate the FTR750’s dominant performance in American Flat Track and Indian’s return to racing. To come up with this one-off custom, we worked closely with the Indian Motorcycle Racing team to execute a vision of what a bike could look like if we brought the FTR platform to the street.
“We’ve built a strong foundation in the Cruiser, Bagger, Tourer (CBT) segment over the past five years and we are excited by the positive feedback on the FTR750 and the opportunities to grow the brand globally in the next five years.”
Following EICMA, the Scout FTR1200 Custom will go on a World Tour and exhibited at events throughout 2018 to help the brand to continue to expand its reach.
Indian’s Marketing Director, Reid Wilson, adds: “Indian has a rich racing history of winning and we aim to continue that with the FTR platform and beyond. As was the case with Indian’s original founders, we are using racing to develop, test and showcase the capabilities of our motorcycles. Indian will push boundaries by developing new products that will expand rider perceptions of American motorcycles. We plan to be respectful of Indian’s rich heritage, while expanding the reach of the brand over the long-term horizon.”
Meanwhile Indian’s VP/GM in Europe, Grant Bester, said he is excited to see the reaction to this custom bike in the European market: “While the US has the American Flat Track series, we too have seen a growth in flat track racing right here in Europe. Numerous Indian Scouts have been modified for flat track racing and the sport is becoming increasingly popular across Europe. This custom build will gain some attention as it goes on its World Tour and we will be really interested in the consumer feedback.”

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