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Founded in 1901, Indian Motorcycle made a great contribution to the development of dirt racing, road racing as well as land speed contests. Throughout the previous century, they retained a reputation of the fierce counterpart of Harley-Davidson.
A typical beginner indian bike comes with valenced fenders, catchy ornate emblems as well as highly recognizable Art Deco features. Indian bikes combine some typical features of the previous century with some modern solutions of the rapidly developing motorcycle industry.

If you are interested in buying an indian beginner bike, we strongly advise you to get familiar with this highly informative guide. Here you will find only the best models from this reputable American producer, suitable for a starter, of course.

Indian FTR 1200
(https://bike.net/Indi…_1200_2019)
That’s perhaps the most ambitious bike from this producer and the company’s attempt to try their hand in a new segment beyond the conventional touring and cruiser models. The bike worth $13,499 actually represents the hard work of the company designers who tried to combine traditional highway solutions and off-road experience.

The beginner indian bike is driven by a V-Twin1203cc 120 hp liquid-cooled motor. As you see, its road performance is more than just sufficient.

The FTR1200 comes with such top-notch components as Bluetooth connectivity, ABS, Brembo brakes, traction control, up to three ride modes, adjustable suspension, LED lighting, not to mention an LCD touchscreen.

Indian Scout
(https://bike.net/Indi…Scout_2001)
Available for $9,499, it drops a hint at what the company’s classic 1928 bike would have evolved into if they had proceeded with their manufacturing. A smaller displacement engine is a distinctive feature of this beginner motorcycle. As follows from this, it’s mainly oriented on novice bikers.

The beginner motorcycle derives power from a V-Twin 69-cubic-inch 100 hp liquid-cooled powerplant. With smooth power delivery, it becomes possible to make your highway trip on this bike a truly unforgettable thing. As for its styling, your eyes will be delighted by its elegant V-Twin composition against the backdrop of the single saddle as well as awesome dual chromed mufflers.

Some riders want more than just the basic package. Here extra features of the beginner bike include a single gauge instrument screen, ABS, extended service intervals as well as a low seat that ensures great control of the motorcycle at low speeds.

Indian Chief Classic
(https://bike.net/Indi…ntage_2013)
If you are crazy about the motorcycle classic design of the 1040s, you will undoubtedly appreciate this combination of old-school visual solutions with up-to-date engineering. That’s all the Indian Chief Classic can give you today.

The beginner indian bike is powered by a 111 V-Twin 119.2 lb-ft motor. The power is transmitted smoothly effortlessly, making this motorcycle very pleasant to handle in the mid- and low ranges. Moreover, a relaxed and very comfortable ride is ensured by convenient forward foot controls and swept-back handlebars. Aside from that, you will also appreciate its low seat height that provides perfect slow-speed maneuverability as well as comfort at high speeds.

In addition to this, the motorcycle may come with the following extra features: a lighted war bonnet, cruise control, valanced fenders, ABS, keyless ignition, analog tach along with speedo with a digital multi-function screen, a sex-speed gearbox, to say nothing of a quick-release touring windshield.

As for its base price without those extra features mentioned above, you can purchase this motorcycle for $18,499.

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