Test ride the new Scout Bobber and Scout Classic
See the flagship 101 Scout in the metal

Indian Motorcycle has announced that the highly anticipated 2025 Indian Scout models will make their UK debut at the Adventure Bike Rider (ABR) Festival from 27-30 June 2024.

Motorcycle enthusiasts will have the exclusive opportunity to be among the first to test-ride the all-new Scout Bobber and Scout Classic with the stunning 101 Scout showcased on display to allow attendees to admire its design and features up close.

To experience the Scout Bobber and Scout Classic firsthand, ABR Festival visitors can head to the Indian Motorcycle stand to book their test rides and experience the thrill of the new Bobber and Classic models firsthand.

The 2025 Scout Bobber and Scout Classic will be available for test rides during the following times:

Thursday, 27th June: 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM (VIP ticket holders only)
Friday, 28th June: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Saturday, 29th June: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Sunday, 30th June: 9:00 AM – 2:00 PM

Visitors should not miss this unique opportunity to ride and experience the latest in Indian Motorcycle innovation and be part of the excitement surrounding the launch of the 2025 Indian Scout models.

Final tickets are still available for the ABR Festival at www.abrfestival.com.

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Ian Austin
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