Different styles to match different riders.

We’re already excited to see the new Indian FTR 1200 come to the market—a fresh, younger-looking model that has the potential to appeal to a broader audience and that creates a clear cut from the usual Indian cruiser. We’re all over it. Today, Indian took the stage in Milan to show off a brand new collection of accessories that will allow future owners to give their FTR their own personal touch.

We’re not talking about one or two color options and a fancy exhaust tip to match—Indian went all out with no less than four themed collections of accessories.

The Tracker collection draws inspiration straight from the flat-track roots of the FTR. It borrows a few features from the competition-ready FTR 750 and turns the road-legal 1200 into a dust-monster with a set of Akrapovič dual exhaust tips,  a gas tank cover, a shallower seat as well as number plates.

Gallery: Indian Accessories-Tracker

The Rally collection take the FTR off road and into the forest for an experience that takes the rider off the beaten paths. The kit includes a set of spoke wheels, as well as a high-mount Akrapovič dual exhaust, mud guards, tank side covers, a wider rally handlebar, a front cowl, and a matching brown seat.

Gallery: Indian Accessorie-Rally

The Sport collection is a carbon fiber extravaganza that underlines the model’s performance rather than its ruggedness. It’s a more refined package that gives this flat-track inspired model a more suave and sleek appearance. The kit includes a low-mount Akrapovič dual exhaust and carbon fiber gas tank and pillion covers.

Gallery: Indian Accessories-Sport

Last but not least is the Touring collection that gives the FTR a more utilitarian look. The collection includes a swanky set of waterproof tank and saddle bags, a windscreen as well as a brown saddle to match.

Gallery: Indian Accessories-Tour

Those sharp-looking kits will give your new Indian FTR 1200 the flavor you like to tackle the roads—and the dust tracks—in style.


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