$2000 of accessories on new Indian FTR 1200 S purchases
There’s never been a better time to get your hands on Indian’s new FTR 1200 S, including the highly sought after Race Replica, thanks to a special offer of $2000 worth of genuine accessories to be selected by the lucky new owner, with Indian celebrating another year of AFT Twins domination.
2019 marks Indian Motorcycles third successive victory in the American Flat Track Championship, with Briar Bauman claiming the AFT Twins title this year, while Indian-mounted Jared Mees and Bronson Bauman completed the top three, making for an Indian clean sweep. Briar Bauman took five wins for the season, to Jared Mees’ eight, but proved the victor for his overall consistency.
The Indian FTR 1200 was created to pay homage to the marque’s flat tracking heritage which saw the Indian Wrecking Crew take home the championship in 1951, ‘52 & ‘53, with the FTR 1200 range designed to bring this heritage to the streets.
A motorcycle born on the dirt and built for the street, a winning legacy and progressive technology offer 120hp at your command, and with four levels of customisation the FTR 1200 will suit any riding style.
To show just how serious Indian Motorcycles are, those who had purchased the FTR 1200 in the months since its launch were also sent a $2000 voucher to be used on parts and accessories for their FTR or Indian apparel, rewarding them for their support of the launch of the FTR.
About the Indian FTR 1200
The Indian FTR 1200 features a 1203cc V-Twin delivering 120 horsepower and 115Nm of torque at 6000rpm, liquid-cooling and a slipper clutch. Induction is via 60mm throttle-bodies, and the FTR runs a 12.5:1 compression ratio.
A trellis frame stands out on the FTR 1200, with an alloy sub-frame and offset rear monoshock, while inverted 43mm forks adorn the front end and are fully adjustable on the S model, with the rear shock upgraded to include a piggyback reservoir and is fully adjustable.
Stoppers are a set of Brembo monobloc M4.32 calipers on generous 320mm rotors on the front, with a P34 twin-piston caliper grasping a 260mm item on the rear.
LED lights are also featured on the FTR 1200, with a 4.3-inch colour LCD display on the S-model, with bluetooth functionality. An IMU facilitates traction and wheelie control, alongside lean-sensitive ABS.
The FTR 1200 S weighs in at 222kg dry, with a 13-litre fuel capacity.
Check out the Indian FTR 1200 specs below:
|Indian FTR 1200 Specifications|
|Engine||1203 cc, liquid cooled, 60-degree, V-Twin|
|Bore x Stroke||102 x 73.6 mm|
|Claimed Power||123 hp at 8250 rpm|
|Claimed Torque||120 Nm at 5900 rpm|
|Induction||Closed loop injection with 2 x 60 mm throttle bodies|
|Transmission||Six speed, chain final drive|
|Clutch||Slip-Assist wet multi-plate|
|Forks||Inverted 43 mm cartridge style, 150 mm travel (S is fully adjustable)|
|Shock||Single, 150 mm travel (S is fully adjustable)|
|Front Brakes||320 mm rotors, Brembo four-piston calipers|
|Rear Brake||265 mm rotor, Brembo two-piston caliper|
|ABS||Standard model has regular ABS while S has lean-angle ABS|
|Traction Control||S model gets full IMU driven stability control|
|Rims||19 x 3” (F), 18 x 4.25” (R)|
|Tyres||120/70R-19 (F), 150/80-18 (R)|
|Dry Weight||222 kg|
|Ground Clearance||183 mm|
|Rake / Trail||26.3-degrees / 130 mm|
|Seat Height||840 mm|
|Ride Away Prices||$20,995 for base model, $22,995 for S, and $24,995 for Race Replica|