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Old 02-05-2016, 02:40 PM   #1
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Indian Scout Sixty: First Impressions with Leticia Cline

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The Indian Scout Sixty is an exciting new take on a model that we have loved since it's initial release: the Scout. The engine is dropped from 1133cc to 999cc, and the 6-speed gearbox has been replaced with a 5-speed transmission with slightly longer legs per gear. Hitting the market at $8,999, this is a perfect cruiser for those looking for something lighter weight and more approachable than the larger touring bikes offered by Indian.

We hit the road with Leticia Cline on the new bike to see what her initial thoughts and impressions were of this great new addition to Indian's lineup. For more technical info, check out our buyer's guide page on the Indian Scout Sixty here, and stay tuned for more from Cruiser and Leticia Cline!





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