I agree with Patty. I bought a Scout after riding a Yamaha 950 for five years. I miss the larger and locking bags and a fuel tank that allows me to ride more than 100 miles. An intermediate bike would be great!

Lynne Weise
Sun City Center, FL
Wednesday, March 27, 2019
I agree with Patty, as I also have a 2017 Springfield which I absolutely
love. There were some adjustments which I needed to make in order to fit the bike to my comfort level which included; driver's backrest (worth every penny for the comfort), the lowering package (allowing my feet to be flat on the ground at a height I prefer), and heated grips (this is a must-have to extend the riding season here on the east coast). I also own a 2016 Scout which I also have the backrest. Indian has a wonderful selection of accessories and most of its dealers are helpful in aiding with your choice.

Kim Moore
Frederick, MD
Saturday, November 25, 2017
I totally agree with this entire list. I like that you included the bag because when I ride the Scout I have a difficult time having to carry a backpack. I really would appreciate the bag!

Sash Walker
Menifee, CA
Monday, September 11, 2017
This was primarily directed towards the Scout, what about the other models? I bought a 2017 Springfield and I am having to make some of these adjustments, like the reduced reach bars. Keep in mind that there are women buying the bigger bikes. On a side note, I think it would be awesome if you made an intermediate Scout or one in between the Scout and the Classic that had a bigger tank and hard bags or a bag option. I think you would bring in more women riders and/or beginner riders looking for a slightly bigger option to start out on but not a huge bike.

Patty Greaser
Bakersfield, CA
Saturday, September 9, 2017