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Eicma 2018: Indian reveal new FTR1200 accessory range

Published: 07 November 2018

After revealing the all-new flat track-inspired FTR1200 at Intermot in Cologne last month, Indian have now unveiled a comprehensive accessory range for the bike at Eicma in Milan.

Consisting of over 40 bolt-on parts to help riders create their own unique motorcycle, the American firm have also segmented the new range into four collections, known as Tracker, Rally, Sport and Tour – all of which tailor the FTR to differing riding disciplines. 

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Prices for individual components vary quite considerably, with the high-mounted Akrapovi? exhaust in the Tracker collection costing a hefty £1033.79, whereas the smaller ProTaper waffle handlebar grips in the same style will cost just £40.99. All pricing is now available on the Indian website.


Tracker

The Tracker collection reflects the FTR1200’s rich flat track heritage and transforms the bike’s appearance to reflect that of the FTR750 race bike it was heavily based on. A shallow seat is complemented by a re-worked seat cowl and high-mounted Akrapovi? slip-on cans. A side-mounted number plate bracket helps neaten up the rear end, too.


Rally

Rugged aluminum spoked wheels set this kit apart from the other three in the range, with the entire ethos surrounding this collection being exploring off the beaten track. Once again, a high-mounted Akrapovi? exhaust features on the Rally collection alongside rally handlebars by ProTaper and a high-mounted number plate holder.


Sport

The Sport collection is littered with carbon fibre, draped across the front mudguard, tank cover and seat cowl. Once more, there is an Akrapovi? slip-on end can, however this time it is low-slung to remain in-keeping with the rest of the design.


Tour

Kicking things off with a water-resistant, roll-top side messenger bag, the Tour collection is all about usability. Combined with a tank bag, and a screen, it is aimed at remaining comfortable over extended periods.

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