After months of teasing, Indian finally announced the FTR 1200 (and the up-spec FTR 1200 S) today at INTERMOT. When I reviewed the Indian Scout and the Scout Bobber, I mentioned that I desperately wanted Indian to make a standard bike with the Scout drivetrain, and many commenters agreed. Well, here it is. What do you think?
Congratulations to “Eff Emm”, who was the first to correctly answer this week’s “Guess That Bike” with the suggestion that Jeff M has just bought a KTM 1290 Super Duke GT to replace his Yamaha FJ-09!
It’s rare that I get a press release that truly captures my interest – most of the time it’s something similar to “here’s a bike that makes 2 more horsepower than the previous generation thanks to a new airbox design” and I’m yawning after the first sentence. But when I hear from the guys from Hugo Moto, I’m inclined to …
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PJ Riley of RCS/Ventura County Motorsports has recently announced that he will be retiring at the end of the year, and that means his shop needs a new owner. He’s letting the shopt and all of its contents go – tools, wheelie machine, dyno, tractor trailer, and a whole lot more. For around a quarter million dollars, it could all …