The history behind the Indian Scout is rich with adventure. Burt Monro pursued and achieved a world land speed record on a heavily modified Scout on the Bonneville Salt Flats, and it still stands today. Indian Scout motorcycles were used by the US Army and its Allies in World War II. And, after the Scout returned in 2015, builders around the globe have dug in, making this new, sporty version a piece of art and breathing new life into a classic and beloved ride.
Start your Scout project off right with the same bars that have been used on favorite kustom Scout motorcycles like the “Spirit of Sturgis” and most recently, the “Red Wing.”
Along with other new parts for Scout and Scout 60, Klock Werks offers a vintage touch with the Klassic Handlebars. These bars are a vision into the past, and they are an optimal choice for a more aggressive position. Paired with the Klassic Seat Pan Kit, you already have the best start to a time-honored model!
Your bars can be the difference between an enjoyable ride and an uncomfortable one. Ever had cramped hands, pain in the shoulders and forearms, or strain that seems to run through your entire back? It might be time to change your stance with Klock Werks 1” KlipHangers. These bars adjust to your unique positioning, and the machined klamps are solid details. Put your hands where they want to be instead of craning to meet the bars.
Despite the apprehension some riders have about changing out the handlebars, Klock Werks includes valuable installation information in your package and online at GetKlocked.com. Get into a better position for your Indian Scout today. The Klock Krew is available to help!