In terms of power, the motorcycle carries a 1,203cc V-twin pushing out a whopping 120 horsepower and 87 pound-feet of low-end torque through the 19-inch front and 18-inch rear wire-spoke wheels, both equipped with Pirelli Scorpion Rally STR tires. Cruise control now comes standard, with enhanced throttle response for a smoother riding experience, which is made even better with a new set of suspensions front and rear and radially mounted dual 320mm Brembo brakes. Other touches include a leather aviator seat, a low wind deflector, and raised ProTaper handlebars for a more comfortable riding position.
For those interested, Indian Motorcycle’s 2022 update for the FTR Rally will arrive sometime in spring with a price tag of $14,000 USD. Learn more over on the company’s website.
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