The Much-Anticipated FTR 1200 and FTR 1200 S

Taking design elements from both the the championship-winning FTR750 race bike that took the flat-track world by storm at the hands of Indian’s Wrecking Crew and the Scout FTR 1200 Custom unveiled last year, the FTR 1200 and FTR 1200 S feature nimble handling with a new 1,203 cc V-twin engine in what Indian hopes will put their mark on the global stage and appeal to new riders.

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Indian Motorcycle FTR 1200 and FTR 1200 S

Indian Unveils Its Flat-Track-Inspired Street Bike At INTERMOT
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The new FTR siblings deliver 120 horsepower and 85 lb-ft of torque.

Our vision from the beginning was to be more than a traditional American V-twin brand. We continually seek to broaden Indian Motorcycle’s reach to a wider range of riders, and FTR 1200 represents a significant step forward in that strategy,” said Steve Menneto, President, Indian Motorcycle. “Indian Motorcycle was founded on performance and innovation, and we remain grounded by our founder’s mindset of constantly pushing forward. In light of that history, the FTR 1200 is a natural extension for the brand that we couldn’t be more excited about.”

Unveiled at INTERMOT today, the new FTR siblings bring 120 horsepower and 85 lb-ft of torque to the table so you can feel like you’re flat-tracking even when you’re just out having fun. MSRP shakes out at $13k for the FTR 1200 and $15k for the FTR 1200 S and should be in dealer showrooms in Spring 2019.

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Further Reading

Indian Motorcycle Scout FTR1200 Custom

2018 First Look: Indian Motorcycle Scout FTR1200 Custom
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See our look at the Indian Motorcycle Scout FTR1200 Custom.

Indian Makes Flat-Track Race Bike Available To The Public

Indian Makes Flat Track Race Bike Available To The Public
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See our article on the Indian Motorcycle Scout FTR750.

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