OLD SCHOOL BOBBER LOOKS. NEW SCHOOL TECHNOLOGY.
With power and throwback styling all-in-one ride, the Scout Bobber Twenty’s design nods back to the original Scout with its mean, old school bobber looks.
The bobber-style seat puts you in an aggressive riding position without compromising comfort.
The Scout Bobber Twenty features wired wheels for throwback styling. Chrome accessory wheel shown.
100 HORSES. UNLEASHED.
The liquid-cooled, 69-cubic-inch, 100-horsepower V-Twin delivers punchy acceleration and the power to pass anyone, anywhere.
NO DETAIL OVERLOOKED
Made with painstaking attention to detail, the Scout Bobber Twenty is a mean, old-school bobber. Filled with design cues from the original Scout, it’s for riders who want iconic, throwback styling.
GO EXTRA MILES IN COMFORT
As comfortable as it is stylish.
Mini-ape handlebars for a sportier ride.
A MODERN TAKE ON A CLASSIC
Inspired by the original, the Scout Bobber Twenty looks mean for a reason. With a mix of chrome and blacked-out finishes, wire wheels, and floating saddle seat this ride lets the world know you mean business.
ALWAYS LEADING. NEVER FOLLOWING.
With advanced engineering, classic Bobber look, and solo seating the Scout Bobber Twenty dominates the pack.
DETAILS MAKE ALL THE DIFFERENCE
Authentic details like a floating saddle seat, mini-ape handlebars and wire wheels combine to give the Bobber Twenty it's unique look.
Eventually you’ll have to stop. ABS is now available on every color.
The USB port makes it easy to charge your mobile devices on the go.
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