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I tested a reduced reach Scout Sixty and loved it! Very well balanced bike, with easy cornering and turning. I had no issues and I'm only 4 feet 11 inches. I ride a Honda Shadow Spirit now, but my next bike will be an ivory cream Scout.



Kate Long
South Bend, IN
Saturday, April 29, 2017
Now that I am moving gracefully into my late 60s, after 49 years of motorcycle riding, I am looking to move to a smaller and lighter and more nimble motorcycle. This article is helpful for me; to consider the Scout Sixty. Previously I had been looking at the new 2017 Triumph motorcycles. (My first brand new motorcycle was a 1970 Triumph 500cc.) Happy to learn the Scout is liquid cooled. My H-D Softtail Deluxe is air cooled and terribly hot to ride in the summer heat. I often burn my leg on the H-D oil cap. Thanks to this well-written article, I am going to check out the Scout Sixty.

Peggy Sue
St. Petersburg, FL
Wednesday, February 15, 2017
I purchased a 2016 indian Scout ABS that I now call Ladybug after learning on a Yamaha Virago 250. I love this bike! It makes riding enjoyable and fun without the constant worry of dropsies that I hear about with the Har;ey-Davidson Sportster or other heavier bikes.

I am 5 feet 2 inches with a 29 inch inseam. I can flat-foot this bike easily. I opted for the reach seat even though I think I could have maneuvered without it, but it gives me a little more confidence with the foot controls. I bought some aftermarket mini floorboards and the bike now truly rides and feels like a very sporty cruiser. I also purchased an aftermarket brake pedal to replace the tiny peg that is stock. I have a ton more confidence as I reach for the rear brake. With 100 hp, I have no problem keeping up with the guys that are riding 1700cc and 1800cc bikes.

Again, I would highly recommend the Indian Scout, as I am truly enjoying myself. I just completed my 500-mile break-in service today after owning the bike about ten weeks.


Cyndi Mobley
Chattanooga, TN
Saturday, February 11, 2017
I have lost faith in Polaris. They closed down their Victory line. No guarantees in life but very disappointed. Makes me shy about buying any bike now that hasn't been in business for years.

Sue
CA
Sunday, February 5, 2017
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