Bobber: Simple and shoulders its own responsibilities like the Indian Scout Sixty 2021. The cruiser can be understood by hiding information and has no shiny chrome, fenders or edges. The polished steel wire on the fuel tank and the engine is the most useful information and is eye-catching. Despite being one of the smallest scouts in India, the scout Bob was still muscular in the 1960s but at an affordable price.
Opinions are scattered in certain equipment elements of the Scouts in the 1960s. I like the technical appearance of certain engine parts, but others think they look cheaper than they should be. Compared with more expensive bicycles, bicycles are the most obvious change.
From the outside, they are the darkened part of the engine, chain stays, modified headlights, bezel, black bezel and black rim with sharp decoration. The overall impression is consistent with the paint quality, surface treatment and style. They all seem to be a lot more expensive than the starting price of £8,999.
The only float seat is as cool as a lone wolf, but the square top of the saddle has a nice filling, which clearly cuts into my tailbone. Because the appearance of the relief is reduced, it is not a touring machine, and the comfort is very good, but in this relief work, the style is more important than the function.
The only indicator is also clean, although at first glance it may not provide fully useful information due to limited space and small fonts. It displays an analog speed dial with LCD screen, displays gear positions and switchable fields with digital tachometer and odometer. , Odometer, engine temperature and DC voltage level. There is no oil gauge, but the float has low oil. Plan ahead and fill it out regularly.
The bike is mainly based on the existing 1,133cc Indian Scout Sixty. But it has a new 999cc engine. …The new engine runs smoothly, is easy to accelerate and works perfectly with gasoline. It’s a pleasure to use because it is very simple. The displacement of the engine changes due to the narrowing of the holes, resulting in a total displacement of 999 cm³. See the corresponding performance drop to 78 hp. The maximum torque is 65.6 lb-ft. The older Boy Scouts may not be as good, but the Indians think he is still the best in the class.
Kenda K673’s thick tires (130mm at the front and 150mm at the rear) provide excellent traction and drive on the road. The chassis is still sensitive to small steering movements. Braking is one of the areas where Bobber 60 can be improved. The two-piston front callipers and a 298 mm brake disc are not strong enough. Stopping requires firm pressure on the lever. Single-piston callipers and 298mm brake discs are installed at the rear, which requires more power due to weaker power.
The Indian Scout Sixty, priced at $8,999, is one of the most affordable models in the Indian series. This makes it an affordable choice for single riders looking for V-twin with retail at the core. -Cruise manufacturer from traffic light to traffic light.
|Engine:||61ci (1,000cc), liquid-cooled V-twin|
|Bore x Stroke:||93.0 x 73.6mm|
|Cycle World Measured Horsepower:||67.8 hp @ 7,140 rpm|
|Cycle World Measured Torque:||55.8 lb.-ft. @ 5,220 rpm|
|Fuel System:||Closed-loop electronic fuel injection|
|Front Suspension:||41mm telescopic fork; 4.7-in. travel|
|Rear Suspension:||Dual shocks; 3.0-in. travel|
|Front Brake:||2-piston caliper, 298mm disc|
|Rear Brake:||1-piston caliper, 298mm disc|
|Wheels, Front/Rear:||Cast; 16 x 3.5 in. / 16 x 3.5 in.|
|Tires, Front/Rear:||Kenda K673; 130/90-16 / 150/80-16|
|Ground Clearance:||5.1 in.|
|Seat Height:||25.6 in.|
|Fuel Capacity:||3.3 gal.|
|Cycle World Measured Wet Weight:||553 lb.|