Indian Scout FTR750 Race Bike Available For Purchase

Indian Scout FTR750 Flat Track race bike: now for sale for a cool $50k.
Indian Scout FTR750 Flat Track race bike: now for sale for a cool $50k.

As if it wasn’t already clear enough that Indian is serious about its return to AMA American Flat Track racing, it has now announced that its new Scout FTR750 race bike will be made available for purchase to all flat track race teams, as well as to the general public. This is the same bike currently being run by Indian’s new “Wrecking Crew” in the American Flat Track series.

The FTR750 is powered by a purpose-built, 109-horsepower (claimed) 750cc V-twin encased within an ultra-light steel frame, with a large centrally located airbox and carbon fiber body. Its introduction breathes new life into the quintessentially American sport of flat track racing, as well as the age-old Indian-Harley rivalry.

The Scout FTR750 made its official debut during the 2016 season finale, when AMA flat track racing legend Joe Kopp raced it to a 7th place finish at the Santa Rosa Mile. For 2017, Indian Motorcycle Racing’s Allstate-sponsored “Wrecking Crew” team comprises three of the most successful and decorated flat track riders in the sport, including 2016 Grand National Champion Bryan Smith, 2013 Grand National Champion Brad Baker and three-time Grand National Champion Jared Mees. All three will be running the Scout FTR750 this season, and two of them (Baker and Mees) were poached from long-time flat track dominator Harley-Davidson at the end of the 2016 season.

As a true turn-key race bike, the FTR750 carries a price tag of $49,900. You don’t have to be a racer to buy one, either. Simply visit your nearest Indian Motorcycle dealer for more information. To find the nearest dealer, visit And let the racing (and rivalry) begin!


  1. 50K for a turn-key full fledged race bike… Ninja H2R or FTR750…
    Not a hard decision in my book… I’ll be on the one that makes 301+ Hp and 116+ ft-lb torque at the rear wheel.

  2. I’m pretty sure the people that buy the Scout know what they want and will be ready to race. If you want a drag bike or go to the salt flats the Kaw is pretty interesting but not ready to race per se. And for road racing, what class does it qualify in? There’s a lot to be said for less power you can use at the track more often.
    But since 50k is out of reach for me anyway, I’m glad to bench race both at the same time. : )

    • True, I should have said track bike, not race bike… And as you also said, both are out of my “willing to spend” budget on something I can’t ride every day… Heck 50K is WAY out of my willing to spend even if it were street practical.


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