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Inspired by the championship-winning FTR750, arriving at a dealer near you in Spring 2019.

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Riders around the world have spoken and the response has been overwhelming.

So we listened. The FTR 1200 is here.

The FTR 1200, inspired by the dominance of Indian Motorcycle in flat track racing, will be going into production. While a formal release date has not been set, plans point toward the bike going on sale in 2019. The announcement comes in response to months of speculation and demand for a street version of the wildly successful FTR750 – a purpose-built flat track racer that has dominated the American Flat Track professional racing series since its introduction in 2017.

“We wanted to make sure that the FTR 1200 wasn’t merely a regurgitation of the FTR 1200 Custom, but something uniquely ‘street,’ albeit flat track inspired,” said senior Indian Motorcycle designer, Rich Christoph. “We’re thrilled about the unique character this bike possesses, and its ability to take American V-twin motorcycles into brand new territory."

That speculation was intensified by the development of the FTR1200 Custom, a one-off build that toured global motorcycle shows this past year. The new FTR 1200 will take inspiration, design and performance cues from these two predecessors, but will maintain a look and style all its own.

The full FTR 1200 specification is yet to be announced, but it will embody a flat tracker style, housed in a trellis frame and powered by a new V-twin engine.

The Scout FTR 1200 Custom

The Scout FTR 1200 Custom is a celebration of the Indian® Scout® FTR750's dominant performance in American Flat Track. Inspired by the iconic style of the Scout FTR750, the Scout FTR 1200 Custom is an exploration of what a street-legal tracker could look like.

Brad "The Bullet" Baker

Watch AMA Pro Flat Track Champion, Brad "The Bullet" Baker, prove that fun isn’t limited to the street OR the dirt. He took the FTR 1200 Custom for a rip across a frozen lakebed.

Motocross Icon, Carey Hart

From the ice to the dirt trails, the joyride continues. Watch freestyle Motocross icon, Carey Hart try to tame the FTR 1200 Custom in his very own backyard.

Dimitri Coste, Photographer & Racer

As a photographer, filmmaker and European flat track racer, who better than Dimitri Coste to take the FTR 1200 for a rip around the track? Hailing from France, Coste combines his passion for motorcycles, skateboarding and SoCal American culture with a cool, international perspective.